Trade Winds

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Rated 2.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Marriage of convenience – or a love for life?
It’s 1732 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and strong-willed Jess van Sandt knows only too well that it’s a man’s world. She believes she’s being swindled out of her inheritance by her stepfather – and she’s determined to stop it.

Shortlisted for the Romantic Novelists' Association's Pure Passion Award for Best Historical Fiction 2011. More

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Published by Choc Lit
Words: 111,590
Language: English
ISBN: 9781906931339
About Christina Courtenay

Christina Courtenay lives in Herefordshire, England and is married with two children. Although born in England she has a Swedish mother and was brought up in Sweden. In her teens, the family moved to Japan where she had the opportunity to travel extensively in the Far East.
Christina is chairman of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. In 2011, Christina’s first novel Trade Winds was short listed for The Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Award for Best Historical Fiction. Her second novel, The Scarlet Kimono, won the Big Red Reads’ Best Historical Fiction Award. In 2012, Highland Storms won the Best Historical Romantic Novel of the year award. And The Silent Touch of Shadows, Christina’s fourth novel, won the award for Best Historical Read at the Festival of Romance.
Christina's novels include: Trade Winds, The Scarlet Kimono, Highland Storms, The Silent Touch of Shadows, The Gilded Fan, New England Rocks and The Secret Kiss of Darkness (Feb 2014). She also has Regency novellas released as ebooks on Kindle - Marry in Haste, Once Bitten Twice Shy and Desperate Remedies.

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Review by: mslvoe on Feb. 28, 2012 :
I found this novel to be quite predictable.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: cherry coleman on Aug. 28, 2011 :
this was a sorry read...boring, boring. it seem like a comedy drama, the writer didnt know what to do with the herione...
(review of free book)

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