Georgana’s Secret.

A Regency romance on the high seas. Two hearts yearning to find a safe harbor, and possibly, a lasting love.

Disguised as her father’s cabin boy to escape her cruel grandmother, Georgana Woodall must decide if she can give her love to the dashing Lieutenant Dominic Peyton. Doing so would tie her to the sea and the navy’s world of war and uncertainty forever, but can she give up this ray of sunshine for a predictable life on shore?

My Thoughts:

Oh my goodness, I don’t know if I have the words to tell you how much I loved this book. It was the perfect balance of history, tension, tender emotion, and page-turning action.

I wanted to read the whole book in one sitting while I also wanted to savor it slowly because these characters are wonderful and the storytelling is so rich. I enjoyed every second of it, from the high stakes to the sweet and gentle moments.

I love Dominic and Georgana. I loved the way their feelings slowly came to life and the way their story unfolded. It wasn’t the way I expected, and I truly appreciated that. I was invested from the first page. I also loved Georgana’s relationship with her father. It was unique, but the affection was still very evident.

If you’re a fan of clean Regency romances, I’m sincerely telling you that you don’t want to miss this one. It released on January 12th, so it’s available now!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. My opinions belong to me (but probably others, too, because this book is fantastic.)

Purchase: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Bookshop

Book Boyfriend:

Dominic. Good heavens. He’s what book boyfriends are made of, friends. Kind and compassionate and gentle and charmingly boyish when it comes to his love of the sea, Lieutenant Peyton is dreamy in all of the ways. *swoon*


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