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The Following Sea (Pirate Wolf series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 1045 KB
  • Print Length: 278 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Marsha Canham; 1 edition (March 28, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 28, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007PVHRA8
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,618 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Writing mostly historical romances set in many of my favorite periods and themes: medieval, pirate, regency, Scottish. My books have won many awards from Romantic Times, including Best Historical of the Year, Best Swashbuckler of the Year, Best Medieval of the Year, Storyteller of the Year, and I have twice received Lifetime Achievement Awards. The Iron Rose won accolades from Publishers Weekly for being one of the seven best fiction books of the year. My novels have consistently appeared on USA Today bestseller lists. Nasty rumors of my retirement have been greatly exaggerated.



Check out my website at www.marshacanhamebooks.com

And my blog, Caesars Through the Fence at www.marshacanham.wordpress.com

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Regan on April 1, 2012
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I love Marsha Canham's high seas, swashbuckling romances and have rated them all 5 stars. This one is no exception. It's the third in her Pirate Wolf trilogy, set in 1623 in the tropical waters of the Spanish Main (think the Caribbean), at a time when pirates and privateers went after the enormous wealth being shipped back to Spain in the form of gold, silver, gems and spices via the Spanish treasure fleets. This is the story of Gabriel Dante, Simon and Isabeau Dante's youngest son, a handsome sea captain who has just captured a Spanish galleon.

On his way back to the Dante family headquarters in Pigeon Cay, Gabriel rescues beautiful young Eva Chandler from a ship of death. Gabriel's interest is roused by the English beauty, both her body and the silver coin she carries in a locket, a Spanish coin her father sent her that may have come from a famous treasure ship lost on the Spanish Main. Eva's father, William Chandler, a shipping magnate, sailed to the Caribbean 4 years ago and Eva hasn't seen him since. Desperate to know if he lives, Eva has come looking for him and wants Gabriel's help.

Gabriel is a handsome rogue like his father, the famous Pirate Wolf; and Eva is her own woman, just like Gabriel's mother. So much so, Eva even taunts Gabriel like Isabeau taunts Simon. In other words, Gabriel and Eva are a well-matched pair! Their adventures will have your head spinning. It's like taking a wild ride without leaving home: pirates, sunken treasure, battle on land, storms at sea, sword fights and shipboard love, oh yes! Who needs a vacation?...Just read this!

The Pirate Wolf trilogy:

ACROSS A MOONLIT SEA (Simon and Isabeau)
THE IRON ROSE (Juliet and Varian)
THE FOLLOWING SEA (Gabriel and Eva)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn Hughes on April 1, 2012
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After an eight year absence, Marsha Canham makes a triumphant return. "The Following Sea" is a swashbuckling, lusty romance that keeps you turning pages with all the clever twists and turns that Ms. Canham is known for. Lost treasure, a feisty heroine in distress, a handsome, notorious pirate - what could be better?

Ms. Canham's words come alive as you can almost smell the ocean and easily envision the majestic ships as they blast each other in their dangerous dance in battle. Just when you are wondering how Gabriel Dante (one of the infamous Hell Twins and son of Simon Dante, the Pirate Wolf) is going to survive his latest predicament, Ms. Canham oh so cleverly and with such panache, works her magic and Gabriel survives to fight another day. Our heroine, gently bred Evangeline Chandler, proves to be tenacious in her quest to locate her lost father, while still maintaining her sweetness despite the many betrayals and trials she faces.

It has been wonderful re-acquainting myself with Ms. Canham's books now that she has gotten her rights back and has published them in e-book form. I'm ecstatic that she is writing again, as I'm sure thousands of her die-hard fans are. And, I'm thrilled to find that her voice, which has been missed these last eight years, still sings strong. That voice and gift has been missed, but never forgotten. Thank goodness Marsha Canham is writing again and we can benefit from her wit, her amazing story telling and her fabulous talent!

Avast ye mateys! This was a bloody good book! :)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Powell on April 5, 2012
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I reread the first two books in the series while sitting on the beach listening to the waves crash and then started on The Following Sea. If there were more time on my vacation I'd have reread The Wind and the Sea and Bound by the Heart. NOBODY does seafaring adventure like Ms. Canham. I thoroughly enjoyed this addition to the Pirate Wolf series. If you haven't read the first two, I highly recommend those be read first.

Gabriel Dante's story did not disappoint, and I am anxiously anticipating Jonas' story as well, even if it takes another 8 years, it will be worth waiting for. There is history, action, a dispicable villain, a dashing hero, a gorgeous heroine, a brave adventurous family, and of course, an intense romance... all wrapped up and delivered on a pirate ship on the high seas.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 29, 2012
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I usually read historical romances dating around the early 1800s, but these were so good, I gladly took a step back in time. Only problems I had were a couple of mix matched story facts. In book one, Lucifer was reported to have had his tongue cut out, but he spoke in both book two and three. Also, in book three it was mentioned that Christiana had twelve children, but she had already had her thirteenth in book two. Watch the details, but otherwise, wonderful stories and highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LyssaWhiteFox on July 4, 2012
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I love these adventures. There is just enough in it to make it interesting and not insult your intelligence.

The only issue I had is with the file itself (I have the Kindle app on my HTC Evo). This is the third time I have purchased this book and the prologue and Chapter 31 are completed jumbled. I am reporting it again, and I hope Amazon gets this fixed soon.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tbascobuzz on April 9, 2013
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After reading the first two installments of the Dante family Across A Moonlit Sea (Pirate Wolf series) and The Iron Rose (The Pirate Wolf series) I pretty much knew what to expect from this final installment. I was looking forward to this story as I enjoyed the first two books....well, the FIRST installment especially. This story was more of a cross between two movies that I've seen...Romancing the Stone (Special Edition) and The Goonies I mean, it's basically about searching for a lost ship full of treasure while beating all the odds.

This story is about Gabriel Dante and Evangeline Chandler. He's a Pirate son of a Pirate family. She's an English Aristocrat searching for her father who's been missing for four years. They're both on a journey to find a lost ship of treasure. There's little to no romance. It's mostly politics and pirates and treasure hunting. So if you like that type of plot, you'll love this story.

The first chapter of this final installment quickly and efficiently recaps events as we left them in The Iron Rose..so the reader is not lost on past drama. However the Prologue of this book (in my Kindle) was so chopped up and missing so many sentences that it was basically useless and unreadable. The rest of the book was fine until the final 3 chapters. Then again words were gone...just....GONE...pages were empty of dialogue and sentences were few. After enjoying the bulk of the story, the climax left me hanging. If it weren't for the epilogue, I'd still wonder what on earth happened with the main characters.
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