Juliette by Candace Smith

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'Juliette' is an erotic romance with frequent and graphic love scenes.  Anna and Turner are marooned on an island for nine months, but they have no idea of the part their errant yacht, Juliette, is to play in the extraordinary events. Anna had traveled to the Caribbean to surprise her husband at the end of his business trip, and catches him in bed with his business partner.  She demands he gives her their yacht, 'Juliette', but he suspects she has discovered his illegal business dealings and employs local thugs to sabotage the boat so it will go miles off course and sink.Anna hires Turner to captain the boat back to Florida.  Instead of sinking, they get stranded on the island while the yacht goes off on its own.  As they struggle to survive on the island, her husband and his lover find that their illegal activities have already been discovered, but ultimately it is Juliette, the yacht named after Anna’s lost baby, that brings about true justice.

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Published July 29, 2010 by Strict Publishing International. 165 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction