The Captain's Lady

The Captain s Lady Captain Eric Hamilton is a powerful force in the U S Navy having earned himself a reputation of being a hard nosed chauvinist He s commander of the USS Larsen a destroyer currently deployed in the

  • Title: The Captain's Lady
  • Author: Lorhainne Eckhart
  • ISBN: 9781601543837
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Captain Eric Hamilton is a powerful force in the U.S Navy, having earned himself a reputation of being a hard nosed chauvinist He s commander of the USS Larsen, a destroyer, currently deployed in the Persian Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom Abby Carlton has just escaped from the man who held her captive for a year Abducted while traveling in Paris, she was given toCaptain Eric Hamilton is a powerful force in the U.S Navy, having earned himself a reputation of being a hard nosed chauvinist He s commander of the USS Larsen, a destroyer, currently deployed in the Persian Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom Abby Carlton has just escaped from the man who held her captive for a year Abducted while traveling in Paris, she was given to an Arab man as a gift, until one night she makes her desperate escape While on patrol one morning Captain Eric Hamilton discovers a dinghy floating aimlessly Abby is found, battered and in an advanced state of pregnancy, lying in the bottom of the dinghy From the moment she lay on the deck of his ship her honest innocence finds a way to penetrate his hardened heart But time is running out Eric is falsely accused of sexual assault and the CIA wants Abby and the baby for bait to flush out her captor, who is suspected of recent terrorist activity in the gulf.

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    About “Lorhainne Eckhart

    • Lorhainne Eckhart

      With flawed strong characters, characters you can relate to, New York Times USA Today Bestselling Author Lorhainne Eckhart writes the kind of books she wants to read She is frequently a Top 100 bestselling author in multiple genres, and her second book ever published, The Forgotten Child, is no exception With close to 900 reviews on , translated into German and French, this book was such a hit that the long running Friessen Family series was born Now with over sixty titles and multiple series under her belt her big family romance series are loved by fans worldwide A recipient of the 2013, 2015 and 2016 Readers Favorite Award for Suspense and Romance, Lorhainne lives on the sunny west coast Gulf Island of Salt Spring Island, is the mother of three, her oldest has autism and she is an advocate for never giving up on your dreams.

    429 thoughts on “The Captain's Lady

    • Well, that was a nice change from my last book! I did enjoy this quite a bit, but I would not recommend this book if you don't like men with Stone Age era ideas about women. The hero in this book actually believes all women should be at home raising their babies and taking care of their husbands. Yes, really!!!! I had to read the paragraph out loud to my sister in which he laid down the rules with his new wife, our intrepid heroine. He told her that he needs to be in charge and call the shots. T [...]


    • I gave this 3 stars, but it's more like 3.5 really. You really have suspend disbelief for this one: that a survivor picked up wouldn't be airlifted ASAP, that a captain would have quite so much free time etc. However, this is just such a sweet, lovely romance, that neither that nor the rampant caveman tendencies of the hero didn't actually mean I enjoyed it less. Lovely, romantic quick read.


    • 1.5 stars. Boring story using vague communication to create conflict. The kidnapper story had potential but it wasn’t toldVIEWER'S OPINION:Eric describes himself (page 266) “I call the shots, it has to be that way. I’m not a negotiator. It has to be on my terms. I won’t change – can’t. Can you honestly say you’ll be able to live like that? Follow my rules and obey me? No career and be a mother to my children, stay home and raise them? I have cave man ideals and I’ll not change. [...]


    • Eckhart has achieved something special here; her gripping, modern-day fairy tale has made a romance fan out of me. The novel will send you to bed dreaming of your own knight in shining armor . . . if you can put it down to go to bed. Suggesting that your husband read this book with you would probably be futile. But any of your friends who has a romantic bone in her body will fall in love with it. If you’re looking for a sweet escape, The Captain’s Lady is a must-read.(read more here)



    • The first chapter of The Captain’s Lady drops us in the Northern Arabian Gulf in 2004 with Abby Carlton. She’s obviously hot, thirsty, and in pain. But why? And what is it she’s so afraid of? Who’s coming? And just to make things more interesting - she’s pregnant. But how in the world did this pregnant girl end up stranded on a dinghy in the middle of the ocean? You’d be hard pressed not to give into your curiosity and read on to answer these questions and more that are sure to be [...]


    • A Captain's Lady - A Military RomnaceFrom the first few pages, the author captivated me with Abby and Eric's love story. I liked the navy ship's setting and the diverse characters that Ms. Ekehart presented to us. It was romantic, but at the same time the suspense was drawn out and she mixed the sweet with the salty. Her heroine found her perfect hero and for me, it's why I read romance. Mimi Barbour Vancouver Island, Canada


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