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All at Sea

• An unusual heroine: clever and favouring reason, with an unbridled sexuality
• A very sensual novel, with a male protagonist who is both realistic and charismatic
• The first instalment of a family saga that plays on the conventions of mystery and piracy fiction

Tatiana Dublin
All at Sea
Type
Women's fiction
Word count
145000
All rights available

She believed it was a weakness, but love can be the greatest strength of all

May 1837. Ann Blackson, a rich British heiress, is out of place in high society because of her unconventional behaviour. She nonetheless agreed to a marriage of convenience with a cousin. When he inexplicably flees to the United States shortly before their wedding day, she is determined to find him and hastily boards a departing ship. But far from a luxury vessel, The Mermaid turns out to be a rough ship captained by a man with murky intentions.

Unwillingly caught up in a vile trade she disapproves, the young woman finds help in the gruff second mate. She makes him her lover, thinking he is merely satisfying her physical desires, but he will slowly break down the walls she has so carefully built.

Overwhelmed by what is happening on the ship and what is being awoken within her, the very pragmatic Ann risks seeing her life turned upside down by this dramatic journey.

 

 

• An unusual heroine: clever and favouring reason, with an unbridled sexuality
• A very sensual novel, with a male protagonist who is both realistic and charismatic
• The first instalment of a family saga that plays on the conventions of mystery and piracy fiction

About the author

Tatiana Dublin
Tatiana Dublin’s world consists of a husband, two children, three degus and four cats. She spends her spare time devouring books, TV series and films. She is obsessed with chocolate, and of course, writing