SEABORNE
by Katherine Irons

April 2011
ISBN: 978-0-7582-6140-3
Reviewer Graphic Button Brava
Trade Paperback
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The Coast of Maine - July


Once athletic, always active, and a people person, Claire Bishop wallows in her loneliness after the devastating boating accident that left her paralyzed and partially brain-damaged. Fiercely wanting her independence despite her physical limitations, Claire has barricaded herself away from the world and the attentions of her overbearing but well-meaning father, and her unwelcome slimy ex-husband Justin. Both want her to seek treatment elsewhere, each for their own selfish reasons. Claire would much prefer to live out what’s left of her life in the solitude of her home, Seaborne. Claire spends her days at the pavilion down the cliff by the beach staring off at the ocean and dreaming of a place to be unfettered by the limitations of her broken body. It is here where Claire meets the mysterious stranger who is about to change everything for Claire.


Crown Prince Morgan of Atlantis has done much in the last few months to tick off his father, King Poseidon, jeopardizing his place as next in line for the throne. Contact and interference in the world of the humans is strictly forbidden by Atlantean law. Yet, Morgan continues in his compulsive fascination with the frail human woman, Claire, repeatedly visiting her and whisking her away to show her the magical wonders of his world beneath the waves. Evil parties from both their worlds plot separately for their own purposes to harm Morgan and Claire. Can their new love survive?


Newcomer Katherine Irons creates an original and darkly enthralling new paranormal universe to whisk the reader away to Seaborne. Fraught with a multitude of characters both human and fantastical, the story can seem at times chaotic. Rise on the wave above it to get to savor the erotic pleasure of the romance between Prince Morgan and his lady, Claire. Seaborne is a tale that will be long remembered after it's read!


Reviewed in April 2011 by Bonnie.

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