Winds of Change (Royal Navy, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Winds of Change (Royal Navy, #2)
  • Lee Rowan
  • English
  • 17 March 2017
  • 160202037X

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Winds of Change (Royal Navy, #2) Winds Of Change Royal Navy, 2 Free Author Lee Rowan Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Ruggedly Handsome Lt William Marshall Of His Majesty S Navy Carries A Secret Close To His Heart, One That Is Important Than Either His Loyalty To England Or His Devotion To Duty His Shipmate, Lt David Archer, Is Not Only His Best Friend, He S Been His Lover For Over A Year The Penalty Should Their Relationship Be Discovered Death, By Hanging Both Men Control Their Passions And Exercise Discretion Aboard Ship As Best They Can, But The Ship S Quarters Are Close, Shore Leave Is Infrequent, And In The Military.nothing Is Permanent A Transfer To A New Ship Leads To Danger As Will And David Are Caught In A Web Of Intrigue Ordered To Masquerade As Lovers In Order To Flush Out And Help Capture A Saboteur Who Is Known To Use Blackmail To Achieve His Ends, They Face Possible Discovery Of The Truth Then A Murder Attempt Leaves Davy Near Death While Will Is Sent Off, Without Knowing His Lover S Fate, To Command A Captured French Vessel Will And David Have Always Known The Risks, Known That Death Might Take Either Of Them At Any Time Their Chances Of Staying Together Were Never Highcould It Be That Their Luck Has Finally Run Out

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10 thoughts on “Winds of Change (Royal Navy, #2)

  1. Erastes says:

    Winds of Change is the sequel to Lee Rowan s Ransom and continues the adventures and misadventures of Lts William Marshall and David Archer after their capture and escape in the book of that name And it s a very good read.The two men are transferred to a new ship, together with their captain a Trouble ship where there is unrest and sabotage A method of smoking out the sabateur is proposed but it is not without a great deal of risk for David and William, and for their growing relationshi Winds of Change is the sequel to Lee Rowan s Ransom and continues the adventures and misadventures of Lts William Marshall and David Archer after their capture and escape in the book of that name And it s a very good read.The two men are transferred to a new ship, together with their captain a Trouble ship where there is unrest and sabotage A method of smoking out the sabateur is proposed but it is not without a great deal of risk for David and William, and for their growing relationship.The characters are wonderfully drawn, they would slide into any of the Hornblower novels without even causing the slightest bow wave William is a career man and his duty is every bit as important to him as it is to Nelson himself He puts his heart and soul into everything he does, whether it s managing a 74 gun ship of the line, or loving the love that dare not spe...

  2. Lena Grey says:

    Winds of Change Eye of the Storm by Lee Rowan begins where the first book left off David and Will are firmly established as a couple but fear that their captain s new assignment will separate them While they don t want this to happen, they know that it s a real possibility Instead, they are placed together deliberately because of their loyalty and trustworthiness Something the captain needs in spades, because there s a saboteur on board and the captain is hoping, with Will and David Winds of Change Eye of the Storm by Lee Rowan begins where the first book left off David and Will are firmly established as a couple but fear that their captain s new assignment will separate them While they don t want this to happen, they know that it s a real possibility Instead, they are placed together deliberately because of ...

  3. Charly says:

    Not quite as good as the first, but still enjoyable if you like the main charactersWarning This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS Rating 7 10PROS The plot here is once again different from those of most m m Age of Sail books I ve read Rowan does well at putting her characters in unusual and dangerous, of course situations that involvethan just typical sea battles The formation of David and Will s romance, which occurs in Ransom, is sweet and tentative, and Not quite as good as the first, but still enjoyable if you like the main charactersWarning This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS Rating 7 10PROS The plot here is once again different from those of most m m Age of Sail books I ve read Rowan does well at putting her characters in unusual and dangerous, of course situations that involvethan just typical sea battles The formation of David and Will s romance, which occurs in Ransom, is sweet and tentative, and it s fun to see their romance at the next level in this installment, when they resettled in the relationship andsure of each other I got a better idea of the structure of naval ships as well as naval politics in this volume than I did in its predecessor Discovering that the new ship the men are assigned to has 650 crewmen, for example, was quite surprising to me, as were the revelations of the political entanglements through w...

  4. Emanuela ~plastic duck~ says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I d give 5 stars to the first part of the book and 3 to the second The first part of the book deals with Will and Davy being transferred with their captain to a new ship, where they have to deal with a traitorous spy In order to lure the spy to the open, Will and Davy are ordered by their captain to behave as if they werethan just friends It s too easy for the two of them to comply the orders, but they are also afraid that they re risking too much Their plan is successful and as a resu I d give 5 stars to the first part of the book and 3 to the second The first part of the book deals with Will and Davy being transferred with their captain to a new ship, where they have to deal with a traitorous spy In order to lure the spy to the open, Will and Davy are ordered by their captain to behave as if they werethan just friends It s too easy for the two of them to comply the orders, but they are also afraid that they re risking too much Their plan is successful and as a result, Davy is seriously wounded.This part was my favorite because there were the elements of action and dangerous romance that were in the previous book of the series After Davy is wounded, the two have to spend some time apart Will is particularly worried that his relationship with Davy is not the best thing that could have happened to his lover This second part isfocused on Wil...

  5. Benjamin says:

    Winds of Change follows on directly from Ransom, where Dave and Will along with Captain Smith endured and traumatic kidnap attempt, and where the two young men Dave and Will realised their love for one another.It is now 1801 as we rejoin Lieutenants David Archer and William Marshall and they are about to be advised by Captain Smith of their new commission their captain is being transferred to a larger ship, HMS Valiant, and he is taking the two men with him as his first and second lieutenants Winds of Change follows on directly from Ransom, where Dave and Will along with Captain Smith endured and traumatic kidnap attempt, and where the two young men Dave and Will realised their love for one another.It is now 1801 as we rejoin Lieutenants David Archer and William Marshall and they are about to be advised by Captain Smith of their new commission their captain is being ...

  6. Jennifer says:

    SlashReaders I think that book number two was actually somewhat better than the first one The plot was somewhatcohesive and a little better done Though there were still issues on a whole it came across better than the first one However, it was not well resolved in the end They chase the spy around the ship and then find out who it is But then it s ki...

  7. Vera says:

    Let me tell you about this sweet little corner of the internet called the Age of Sail fandom which everyone should totally join Its authors are ridiculously talented Lee Rowan is one of them Am I allowed to mention the origins of Ransom on here Because knowing where it came from, I loved Ransom and Winds of Change so much First of all, let me profess my undying love for David Archer Seriously Perhaps I m a little biased, but I i love i him Secondly perhaps this should have been the f Let me tell you about this sweet little corner of the internet called the Age of Sail fandom which everyone should totally join Its authors are ridiculously talented Lee Rowan is one of them Am I allowed to mention the origins of Ransom on here Because knowing where it came from, I loved Ransom and Winds of Change so much First of all, let me profess my undying love for David Archer S...

  8. Matimate says:

    When I heard that Rowan produced another book I was quite surprised by it I got it in my hands and my good mood slowly faded away page after page I am huge fan of the books inspired by age of the sails and I am also huge fan of slash This was fatal to that book I recognized several fanfictions in it, those were from different authors trough the years I am wondering if it is just coincidence or author was inspired by them, so much that it little stinks The simple love affair of two young Ki When I heard that Rowan produced another book I was quite surprised by it I got it in my hands and my good mood slowly faded away page after page I am huge fan of the books inspired by age of the sails and I am also huge fan of slash This was fatal to that book I recognized several fanfictions in it, those were from different authors trough the years I am wondering if it is just coincidence or author was inspired ...

  9. Sophia says:

    This is the second book in the Royal Navy series The story begins with the drama of whether their captain s promotion would separate Will and Davy onto different ships then they draw the assignment to help draw out a traitor Locating the traitor exacts a terrible price that leaves one in mourning and the separation caused by the fortunes of war.The book was fairly short and should probably be thought ofas a novella, but it does make good on action, suspense, and drama The historical bac This is the second book in the Royal Navy series The story begins with the drama of whether their captain s promotion would separate Will and Davy onto different ships then they draw the assignment to help draw out a traitor Locating the traitor exacts a terrible price that leaves one in mourning and the separation caused by the fortunes of war.The book was fairly short and should probably be thought ofa...

  10. Plainbrownwrapper says:

    Somehow these books by Lee Rowan hit me just about right I m not a big fan of historical romance, and certainly not of naval romance, but I have found the first two novels in this series to be extremely satisfying Maybe it s that Rowan writes with intelligence Her plots are interesting and detailed, and her characters are rounded and nuanced There are few cardboard cutouts here, and few dull spots to suffer through There is also plenty of angst for folks like me who appreciate that sort of Somehow these books by Lee Rowa...