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Review ñ Sea Change ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ American privateer Captain David Fletcher needs a surgeon for his wounded brother But when he captures a British merchantman in the Caribbean what he gets is Charley Alcott an apprentice physician barely old enough to shave Needs take priority over skill and Captain FletchAboard his ship with orders to do his best or he'll be walking the plankCharley Alcott's medical skills are being put to the test in a life or death situation Charley's life as well as the patient's Even if Charley can save the captain's brother there will still be hell to pay and maybe a plan. 45; 4 stars; A I can't decide whether to make this a 4 star or a 5 star book I really liked it I want to re read The Iron Rose and The Charm School to see how this compares in my memory Both of those were excellent pirate books I liked the balance between history romance action and angst in this book Charley was the kind of female lead I love to read about She followed her dream even though in the reality of the time no one would even entertain the idea of a female doctor She was faced with some real trials in her life and she made a plan and handled what faced her I enjoyed the many humorous situations that arose due to Charley hiding her gender David Fletcher was a perfect counterpart in the story All in all this was a great read

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American privateer Captain David Fletcher needs a surgeon for his wounded brother But when he captures a British merchantman in the Caribbean what he gets is Charley Alcott an apprentice physician barely old enough to shave Needs take priority over skill and Captain Fletcher whisks the prisoner. Story Rating 5 starsCharacter Rating 5 starsRomance Rating 4 starsHeat Level 3 starsOverall Rating 5 starsI LOVED this story and I had a really hard time putting it downThe heroine made this book for me she was a fantastic character but I have to say that all the characters in this book were very well doneThis story had some really exciting moments and the action of the sea battles were very well done Warning if you do not like reading about the injuries that happen from battles this book would not be for you because there are uite a few gory scenesThe love scenes while not many were done well and I was a bit surprised at the heat level I got out of this book They were very believable and I could feel the love as it grew between the HhThere was also LOL moments and I shed a few tears while reading this bookThis was the second book of Darlene Marshall's that I've read a really enjoyed I look forwards to from this author

Darlene Marshall ß 6 Summary

Sea ChangeK to walk when Captain Fletcher learns Charley is really Charlotte AlcottA war is raging on the world's oceans and two enemies will fight their own battles and their attraction to each other as they undergo a sea change neither of them is expecting but cannot denyGenres Romance Historical Roman. A totally fun frothy pirate privateer romance Charley is such a great heroine She's a smart compassionate woman who discovered her love for medicine as a child at her father's side Posing as a young man in order to practice medicine and earn her fare across Atlatentic she's captured by American privateer Davey Fletcher I love how the woman masuerading as a man was handled here So often no one can figure it out except the hero because he's so Alpha or something she can't hide her womanliness from him That's not how it goes here Many others figure it out before Fletcher Not that he's clueless that there's something different about the young doctor He just doesn't see what he isn't expecting to see I love that much of the crew on the ship doesn't care they've got a ship doctor who isn't a drunk wants to help them and doesn't kill them Marshall does not shy away from early 19th century medical practices so they're happy to ignore the fact that she's a woman It's a fun battle of wits and expectations The overall tone was light and fun but not silly Marshall also does not shy away from the dangers of being at sea particularly while at war But overall it's like being on the Pirate's of the Caribbean ride at Disney You finish it with a big smile on your face