West Wind by Madeline Sloane
(Women of Eaton)

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Fate calls heiress Sabrina Windham to her grandmother’s hospital bed where she hears a confession of betrayal and death. Sabrina learns of another, heartbreaking family legacy: the Zephyr. Designed by Don Windham and Derek West, the classic sailboat is lost to time.

She searches for the original Zephyr and finds it, falling to pieces and forgotten in a pasture. Is Karma answering her call when she also finds Jay West? Will he help restore the Zephyr and, in doing so, restore his family’s honor? Can Sabrina help Jay forget his brutal life, a poor orphan because of Rose Windham’s selfish desires?

Despite their undeniable attraction and Sabrina’s determination, Jay thinks its misfortune knocking on his door.

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About Madeline Sloane

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Madeline Sloane, a full-time writer and part-time college instructor, lives in the highlands of Pennsylvania with her husband, writer Joshua Sloane. Her educational background includes degrees in communication and anthropology, and she is a professional archaeologist.After publishing several history books, she segued into fiction as an independent author. In addition to "Consequence," her booklist includes "Distracted," "East of Eaton" and "West Wind." Her books are available in print and digital format at all major booksellers. Upcoming novels in the "Secrets of Eaton" series are "Incandescent" and "Dead Line."Many of her novels incorporate her passion for travel, sailing, history and archaeology. Most of her characters hail from Eaton, an imaginary locale in Pennsylvania she invented, but not all: some stories feature exciting and exotic cities the heroes (and their lovers) visit during the course of their romantic journey.Sloane and her husband enjoy traveling to the U.K. and Europe, and spend much of their time abroad in ruins, castles, cathedrals and museums. She particularly enjoys exploring old churches (including the crypts with mummies), musty libraries and authentic pubs. In the U.S., the Sloanes bounce along the East Coast, traveling from New York to Florida to visit family and friends. The couple enjoys camping, hiking and kayaking, and always includes a geocache hunt and a trip to the local ice cream parlor.
Published September 12, 2011 by The Omnibus. 177 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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