Sunday, November 5, 2017


Title: Welcoming Seas
Series: Rowan Gray #1
Author: Lily Harper Hart
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Rowan Gray is a former photojournalist starting a new life on The Bounding Storm, one of the Atlantic Ocean’s most decadent cruise ships. She’s friendly and excited for her new career … but she’s also hiding a secret. 
Quinn Davenport left a career in the military to become head of security on The Bounding Storm. He expected drinking infractions and the occasional pickpocket, but what he gets is so much more. 
When a young woman goes missing, Quinn is suspicious of Rowan’s interest in the case. For her part, the worried photographer is desperate to find the girl and keep her secret safe from Quinn’s pointed questions. The problem for both of them is that they’re madly attracted to one another – although neither wants to admit it – and they can’t quite manage to stay away from one another. 
Quinn and Rowan find themselves in an unusual situation. They have a missing girl, suspects they can’t pin down and a group of friends that is acting out of sorts. When a second girl appears to be in imminent peril, Quinn isn’t sure how to handle the situation but he’s determined to help … and Rowan refuses to let him do it alone. 
Death is haunting The Bounding Storm. Will Rowan make it off her first cruise alive? Quinn pledges to do just that, but when a killer focuses on Rowan, several lives are destined to collide. 
Set sail for adventure. It’s going to be a turbulent trip.

    

Rowan has had a crazy past filled with tragedy, and she has a strange gift that no one has ever believed her about that involves her pictures. She's great at taking pictures, and she's been able to tell when something bad is going to happen to someone, but she hasn't been able to stop it, yet. 

When she takes a job on a cruise ship, and she gets a bad omen things go bad quickly. Not only does she have to worry about that, but the security specialists on the ship is someone she was prepared to meet, and now these two can't stay away from each other, and they both are working hard to uncover what is going on on the ship. 

This book was very interesting, and very funny at times as well. I loved the honesty and banter between the hero and heroine, that isn't something you "see" in very many books, but this one was awesome. 

The only thing I didn't like was Rowan's ability, and how she never really did more with it, it also doesn't seem like much, but I'm hoping that changes as the series goes on. I look forward to more now. 
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