A luxury yacht's voyage from Monte Carlo to Capri is the background for Elizabeth Adler's spellbinding new novel of suspense and romance. Daisy Keane loved working for Sir Robert Hardwick and now he's left her in charge of his last will and testament, in which he also said he suspected someone wanted to kill him. Following his mysterious instructions, she's invited the suspects he named to join her on Blue Boat, a fabulous private yacht. As they embark, Daisy realises the voyage will be anything but plain sailing. The yacht's passengers turn out to be stranger people than Daisy ever realized her employer knew. They include the women from his life: the innocent Spanish girl he loved in his youth, the French wife he left and his scorned Italian mistress. Most enigmatic of all is Harry Montana, the handsome American private investigator. Harry claims he's there to help, but refuses to tell Daisy everything he knows despite their powerful attraction to each other.
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"* 'Like Tuscany's beauty, this book is heaped with delicious words and literary creativity. It's thoroughly engrossing.' - North Wales Chronicle on SUMMER IN TUSCANY * 'Great for the beach.' - Prize Magazine on SUMMER IN TUSCANY * 'The characters are brilliant and full of warmth. A book you can get lost in' - Yorkshire Evening Post on SUMMER IN TUSCANY * 'A heartwarming, romantic adventure... a great one for Francophiles, features real places restaurants and hotels in France.' - Hello! on THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS * 'The popular Adler gets the dynamics of a new relationship pitch-perfect... But it's the detailed, realistic description of the trip to France that makes her latest great vicarious vacation reading.' - Publishers Weekly on THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS"
About Elizabeth Adler
Born in Yorkshire, Elizabeth Adler is married with one daughter and lives in California. Her first novel, PRIVATE DESIRES, launched an enormously successful writing career.
Sailing To Capri by Elizabeth Adler
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Hodder & Stoughton
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