SEA FEVER
by Virginia Kantra

August 2008
ISBN: 978-0-425-22297-3
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World’s End Island, Maine


The wedding was over, and the last eligible man on World’s End (or at least in Regina Barone’s mind) was officially taken. Catering the party for her new friend and employee Margred and her police chief husband, Caleb Hunter, was Regina’s chance to display her culinary talents. Working at her mother’s restaurant, was becoming tiresome to Regina. Regina had left the safety of Antonia’s and headed to the mainland where she studied under one of the biggest Food network stars. But after getting pregnant by her mentor who wanted nothing to do with being a father, Regina had brought her son back to the security of the island and her mother’s kitchen. Saddened at her failures to find success as a chef, and at not having had a man in her life since returning, Regina grabbed a bottle of wine and headed to the beach to drown her sorrows. Then he showed up, Dylan Hunter the estranged older brother of Caleb.


Dylan Hunter’s mother had taken him from his home and family 25 years ago when he went through the “change” for the first time at age 13 and became what he really was a selkie. Dylan had been sent to the island of World’s End several weeks ago when fire demons began attacking Dylan’s people. Reuniting with his brother Caleb and younger sister Lucy, let alone his drunken bitter father, Dylan was not comfortable trying to fit in with this human celebration. When Dylan notices his sister-in-law (and fellow selkie) Maggie’s boss leave the festivities and head out to the cliffs he follows intent on seducing the sex starved human female. After a wild night, a prophesy sung by the creatures of the deep has been fulfilled. The demons must destroy what Dylan and Regina have or it will lead to their own downfall, but no being can stop a Sea Fever once it rages!


Sea Fever by talented romance author Virginia Kantra is a spellbinding sequel to Sea Witch continuing her exhilarating Children of the Sea series. Where Dylan is cold and calculating, Regina is hot so the chemistry combusts in a page turning story that you can't put down. I can’t wait for the next in the series Sea Lord!


Reviewed in July 2008 by Bonnie.

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