Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)
Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)

Between a Rogue and the Deep Blue Sea (Book 2)

The Seaside Society of Spinsters Series
TABETHA WAITE
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In this sweeping Regency romance by multi-award-winning author Tabetha Waite, an adventurous sea captain and a roguish earl clash on the high seas, igniting a tempest of wit and forbidden desire that will steer your heart off course.

An independent sea captain bent on chasing adventure.
A rakish earl hungry for distraction.
Together they navigate the tides of scandal and desire.

Tassandra Devenport cares little for convention. As captain of her ship, she embraces freedom and life on the open water. But when tasked with teaching an arrogant aristocrat to sail, Tas finds her independent spirit tested.

Fraser Castwell, Earl of Stanton, is accustomed to scandal. Yet as he spends time with the unconventional Tas, her fiery nature ignites an unexpected longing in him. As attraction builds during their sailing lessons, the earl fights temptation to maintain his carefree ways.

But when gossip forces them into a fake engagement, deception threatens to sink their burgeoning romance. As Tas confronts painful secrets from Fraser's past, the smitten earl must prove he's ready to chart a new course.

Can two independent hearts find harmony on turbulent seas? Or will the waves of scandal wash away their chance at love? Immerse yourself in this lush historical romance and uncover the desires of an adventurous sea captain and a roguish earl.

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ABOUT Tabetha

Tabetha Waite began her writing journey at a young age. At nine years old, she was crafting stories of all kinds on an old Underwood typewriter. She started reading romance in high school and immediately fell in love with the genre. She gained her first publishing contract with Etopia Press and released her debut novel in July of 2016 – “Why the Earl is After the Girl,” the first book in her Ways of Love historical romance series.

Customer Reviews

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Bec
Cute!

This was such a cute little story. I thoroughly enjoyed it and had a blast as they found their happy ending. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book.

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I. Kohn
The Rogue And His Captain

A wonderful story by a talented author. Very entertaining and definitely a unique storyline. An Earl is fascinated by Tassandra, a sea captain who gives tours around the bay. Even though the Earl has a fear of water he asks Tassy to teach him to sail. The story has passion, scandal, villains and maybe even a little meddling but definitely a HEA.

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Margaret Murray-Evans
THE EARL AND THE CAPTAIN

It's an unlikely match between an earl and the lady captain of a ship called the Miss Mercury.
Fraser Castwell, Earl of Stanton, has a long standing fear of water, but once on the deck of the ship, his attention is more on the captain, Tassandra Devenport, than the water. It's no smooth sailing when this couple is forced into a pretend engagement, but the fire between them only grows stronger the more they face an enemy together. The ladies at The Seaside Boarding House at Burnham-On-Sea congratulate themselves on another merger. Descriptive sex and some scary villains.
I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of this book from the publisher.

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Pamela Barbee
Friction and Fun

This is a well written book that tells the story of two people who have different dreams or plans of what they want in life. That is, until they meet each other. There is mystery, interesting characters, a villian or two and lots of friction and fun in this story along with romance and love.

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Heather Brinkley
Nice twist

I really enjoyed the twist of the woman having such an active and 'male' role as a ship captain and the earl being a more hesitant and fearful person. Despite his behavior on dry land, he has a weakness that she can help, and he can teach her that sometimes being a little weak isn't so terrible.


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