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Delighting In Your Company

12 February 2019

Delighting In Your Company is rich with the turbulent history of the sugar trade in the Caribbean including murder, deceit and a slave uprising. Interwoven throughout this intriguing tale is a love story that challenges the boundaries of time, between a dashing plantation owner from the past and a beautiful present day heroine, drawn into a series of events she would never have thought possible.

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When Amalie Ansett visits her elderly cousin on the Caribbean island of St. Clements, the last thing she’s looking for is romance. Just out of a disastrous marriage, she’s ready to swear off romance forever. That is until she meets local plantation owner, Jonathan Evans — tall, good looking, and incredibly sexy. What more could a girl ask for?

Then Amalie discovers the man she loves is a ghost. He was murdered two hundred years ago. Only she can see and hear him.

To save Jonathan, Amalie agrees to return with him to the 1800’s — to a time when the sugar trade reigned supreme, and the slave trade was making fortunes for wealthy planters and ship owners. During a slave uprising their love is put to a test, and when murder and deceit rear their ugly heads, Amalie wonders if taking a journey to the past is worth losing her life.

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