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Saturday, October 22, 2011

Deep Within the Heart by Rie McGaha

Title: Deep Within My Heart
Author: Rie McGaha
Sub-Genre(s): Historical, Adventure, erotic, M/F
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Publication Date: February 20, 2011
ISBN #: 978-1456394714
Format: eBook from Author
Reviewer: Sam
Rating: 5 Cups

When Mary-Michael Murray is orphaned, she travels with her nurse from Ireland to live with her aunt in America. Settling in New Orleans, Aunt Margaret decides it's high time Mary finds a husband but she doesn't count on Mary falling in love with a pirate. Caleb Jordan doesn't believe in marriage, after all a pirate's life is not accommodating to the family life. So why can't he get Mary out of his mind and why does he keep going back to New Orleans to see her?

Deep Within My Heart was a moving, emotional love story. When I started reading I thought it would be similar to pirate stories of the past but I was mistaken. From the moment this story starts it reals you in. Mary-Michael is an adorable character who really moves the story along and when Calen Jordan enters, well anyone would be hooked.

I highly recommend this read. It is far more than your typical erotic romance. Deep Within My heart pulls on the heart strings and takes you on a wonderful love story fit for any day or any time. I loved every page.

Available at:
Amazon (Kindle Edition)
Barnes & Noble (Nook book)


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1 comment:

Rie McGaha said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review.

Rie McGaha