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Falling Off The Wind (edition 2012)

by Richard Meibers

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Title:Falling Off The Wind
Authors:Richard Meibers
Info:Martin and Lawrence Press (2012), Paperback, 364 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:sailing, romance, contemporary, seafaring adventure

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FALLING OFF THE WIND by Richard Meibers is an interesting contemporary romance. With compelling characters,a gripping plot and a seafaring adventure you can not go wrong with this title. If you enjoy a mix of sailing,murder,hurricanes in your romance than "Falling Off The Wind" is the title. Follow Clement Scheutz on a journey with his schooner,which is smashed on rocks in Puerto Rico while he finds healing,and love again. An adventure of life on a Caribbean Island,and its challenges. Received for an honest review from the publisher and The Cadence Group.
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Clement Scheutz, his schooner smashed on the rocks of Puerto Rico by a hurricane, is accused of killing a local islander. The woman he loves has deserted him and he is without money. While putting the boat back together, he helps rebuild a local restaurant and finds new love with the owner. "Few authors can combine both compelling characters and gripping plot. Meibers does so here - his richly-drawn Clem character is both introspective and swashbuckling, both poet and pirate." -David Brody "A modern version of a Joseph Conrad adventure. Meibers has created an engaging tale of life on a Caribbean island where his challenges reflect our own." -Dwight Harshbarger

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