All at Sea by Cheyenne Blue

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This item will be released on April 15, 2020.

 

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Author: Cheyenne Blue

Description

An enthralling, opposites-attract lesbian romance about what lies beneath.

Stevie Sterling is having a day from hell. Snubbed—yet again—by her unsupportive parents, she runs out on their posh party and takes refuge on a deserted yacht. Waking the next day with the world’s worst hangover, Stevie finds herself far from shore.

As if being trapped on the yacht in only her party dress isn’t bad enough, Stevie’s frantic that she’ll miss the first day of her new job as a nurse. She has so much to prove in her career—to herself and her parents.

The yacht’s cute but unimpressed captain, Kaz Malone—an eco-warrior who hits the seas with Sinbad the cat—is on a mission: There’s a nuclear-waste-dumping tanker to harass.

Kaz is as single-minded as she is stubborn and she’s not about to turn around for some stowaway with a new job. Hell, no. Saving the planet comes first.

But perhaps there’s more than one way to a destination?

Additional information

Publication Date

April 2020

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Length

94,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-96324-352-3 (mobi), 978-3-96324-353-0 (epub), 978-3-96324-354-7 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

2 reviews for All at Sea by Cheyenne Blue

  1. stephasselin

    :

    All at Sea by Cheyenne Blue
    Stephanie Sterling (Stevie) is a newly registered nurse. After a messed-up party, she wakes up lost at sea, on Karin Malone (Kaz)’s yacht, Delilah. What starts like two siblings arguing, finally ends up being one of the greatest representations of amazing ‘’Team Effort’’ and how life can surprise you when you least expect it.
    The novel revolves around Stevie, who keeps trying to mend edges with her unsupportive family, the powerful Sterling of Sterling Save, and around Kaz, the solitary but driven owner of precious Delilah and Sinbad, her lovely cat. Their bickering at the beginning of the book is perfect and helps understand who they are and what they both think is more important, Stevie’s new job, or Kaz’s mission with Ocean Rights.

    I had such a great moment getting to know them and their individual universe. It was a great change in my usual reading habits since I know next to nothing about how to navigate a yacht and any of its components. I have to admit I had to search a few words online, simply to add to my personal knowledge.
    Once again Cheyenne Blue surprises me with an incredibly developed story and characters. I remember again reading Code of conduct a while ago and being impressed by the level of research she had put in her book, and I am not surprised to see the same level of intensity and expertise reflected in All at Sea. The characters are complete, their baggage and background history are clear and consistent with their actions, reactions and beliefs. This book was a delight and I suggest you all grab a copy; the story is totally worth it.
    5/5

    *I received an ARC in exchange of an honest review*

    @RainbowMReviews

  2. Karola

    :

    ***free ARC
    Again I really liked this new book of Cheyenne Blue, like all her other ones. She has a special way of describing things, thoroughly researched that makes you switch to search for some places or things she has written about in her book. The way how Kaz reacts to Stevie, stubborn and nothing gets in her way, let you think of her as a b…, but time will change that. Stevie, now a trained nurse, is still trying to make her parents see the meaning in her job, her not accepting their money, her need to be responsible for herself. Meeting Kaz, although through very complicated circumstances, is the best thing that happens to Stevie since a long time. Getting to know each other better, leaves them with a longing for each other that they both can’t ignore. A beautiful story.

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