Cruises — Seaside Romance

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Victoria Kahler

“The air was warm and heavy as sprinkles began to fall from the clouds high above. The Triton glided through the waters and the whoosh of the ship combined with the steady beat of the rain to make a concerto, like a pianist fluttering his fingers on the keys at one end and running his fingers up and down the scales at the other. Expectancy hung in the air as the tune moved to a crescendo.”
― Victoria KahlerCapturing the Sunset

Patricia Hagan

“Oh, it was easy to see why people had whirlwind shipboard romances, for it was a temporary journey into fantasy, where dreams could come true–if only for the duration of the cruise.”

― Patricia HaganOcean of Dreams

Susan Wiggs

“She watched the gap between ship and shore grow to a huge gulf. Perhaps this was a little like dying, the departed no longer visible to the others, yet both still existed, only in different worlds.”

― Susan WiggsThe Charm School

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