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by Lee Rowan

ISBN: 0982826702
ISBN13: 978-0982826706
Language: English
Publisher: Cheyenne Publishing (August 15, 2010)
Pages: 230
Category: Historical
Subategory: Love and Romance

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Rating: 4.6
Votes: 419
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I thoroughly enjoyed this story.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Lee Rowan did a fabulous job of putting me right there with the characters, and I feel like I experienced everything right along with them. Winds of Change & Eye of the Storm. I enjoyed this story even more than the las. recommend it not only to followers of the series, but to new readers as well.

Davy paused at the top of the slope that led down to the stream, and the pool that formed where the swift-flowing water had scoured out the hollow between half a dozen boulders. But there are rocks, Will pointed out. Easy enough to trip and fall. Oh, get back, will you?. He gave a gentle shove to the liver-and-white spaniel that had accompanied them-Spark, the dog that had been with Davy’s brother on his last ill-fated hunting trip.

The 4th book Home Is the Sailor takes place on land & is a very good detective story. In 'Home is the Sailor' by Lee Rowan, Will and Davy are a well-established, loving couple, but their future is still quite tenuous. I love historical novels & the two brave guys that Lee Rowan has created. Their emotions & desires are depicted well -very good character development -one can easily sympathize with either & admire their abilities, as well as their love & repsect for each other.

Home Is the Sailor book.

It was written by Jorge Amado in 1961, and translated into English by Harriet de Onís in 1964. Home is the Sailor was finished by Jorge Amado in early 1961, the year in which he was elected to the Brazilian Academy of Letters.

Marshall and Archer will do anything for His Majesty's Navy, including risking their lives, but they must conquer fear for the sake of love.

The Royal Navy meets the Stately English Manor Murder Mystery, and Will and Davy are thrust into the role of sleuths. Sail away once again with Will and Davy in this collection of missing moments from their saga, chronicled in the Royal Navy series. Marshall and Archer will do anything for His Majesty's Navy, including risking their lives, but they must conquer fear for the sake of love.

The fourth book in the Royal Navy series, Home Is the Sailor is set immediately following Eye of the Storm. After an unprovoked attack during peacetime-was it revenge for their abduction of one of Bonaparte's top military scientists?-Commander William Marshall and his lover, David Archer, are sent into hiding at David's ancestral home in Devon.

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Sequel to Winds of Change/Eye of the Storm Royal Navy Series: Book Three

Sequel to Winds of Change/Eye of the Storm Royal Navy Series: Book Three The Royal Navy meets the Stately English Manor. Sequel to Winds of Change/Eye of the Storm Royal Navy Series: Book Three. The Royal Navy meets the Stately English Manor Murder Mystery, and if it were only a matter of Colonel Mustard in the library, things would be so much easier. After an ambush by the French while on a routine surveillance mission, Will Marshall and David Archer are advised to retreat to the English countryside to avoid Bonaparte's animosity for a time. Another fabulous book by Lee Rowan, and a good end to the series

The fourth book in the Royal Navy series, Home Is the Sailor is set immediately following Eye of the Storm. After an unprovoked attack during peacetime-was it revenge for their abduction of one of Bonaparte‘s top military scientists?-Commander William Marshall and his lover, David Archer, are sent into hiding at David‘s ancestral home in Devon. Another fabulous book by Lee Rowan, and a good end to the series. Fans of the author and of this series, as well as those who love historicals (just remember to start with Ransom!), should not miss this.

The fourth book in the Royal Navy series, Home Is the Sailor is set immediately following Eye of the Storm. After an unprovoked attack during peacetime-was it revenge for their abduction of one of Bonaparte's top military scientists?-Commander William Marshall and his lover, David Archer, are sent into hiding at David's ancestral home in Devon. But this is no peaceful shore leave. With the best intentions in the world, Will has discovered that his fear of losing Davy is still stronger than his desire to keep Davy beside him on the quarterdeck. And Lieutenant Archer is having problems of his own-the family that seemed so rock-solid, if distant, is staggering under the loss of its eldest son and heir. Was it an accident... or murder? And if the latter, how will he ever prove it to an autocratic father who still sees him as the inept youngest son? Out of their element, Davy and Will are thrust into the role of sleuths while trying to determine what sort of future, if any, they may have together. Fans of The Royal Navy series will be delighted with this latest entry, a truly intriguing mystery/adventure. "From its nautical opening straight through to its startling climax and satisfying conclusion, Home Is The Sailor is a taut, well paced read. Engaged from the first paragraphs, I burned through it in a day. Another excellent book from Lee Rowan!" -Donald Hardy, author of Lovers' Knot
Comments:
Obong
The Royal Navy series by Lee Rowan is a terrific series of 4 books that also each would do well as stand alone novels. Great guys star in all four -the same two, Davy Archer & Will Marshall. These stories take place in the late 18th century-early 19th & with the Royal Navy of Great Britain. The author Lee Rowan is very skillful with nautical details & depiction of life aboard British war ships and a trading/merchant ship. The 4th book Home Is the Sailor takes place on land & is a very good detective story. I love historical novels & the two brave guys that Lee Rowan has created. Their emotions & desires are depicted well -very good character development -one can easily sympathize with either & admire their abilities, as well as their love & repsect for each other. This is a wonderful series where being gay definitely was a danger, yet also an exciting time -a time two heroic young men find each other & a few others who are understanding & supportive. I highly recommend this series ~ Eldon

Gathris
Great read

Hadadel
I became very invested in this couple and was sad to see the last page of this book. The "solution" comes off a little contrived and I wasn't emotionally invested or attached to the girls, Davey's sister is a bit more fleshed out than Cousin Jane who is sadly a very flat stand in character. Although perhaps if Ms. Lee Rowan were to write a book about the girls? I would also happily read that as well.

Opilar
Book three in the Royal Navy Series finds our heroes, Will Marshall and David Archer, on retreat to escape the enmity of Bonaparte. Deciding to go to Davy’s home, they are surprised to find that Davy’s older brother and the heir has died under circumstances that David considers suspicious. The new heir is totally unsuited and will cause only problems for the family. But Davy cannot convince his father much less Will that there is more to the accident than appears. Soon the two are investigating the changes to find the truth. Meanwhile Will still cannot reconcile having Davy by his side an also keeping him out of danger. Changes are coming for both men.

Will and Davy will always have a special place in my heart. These two belong together, but must be careful because their love is not condoned under the law. They are brave, capable and competent young men. They have each other’s backs both professionally and personally. Will is having problems handling Davy in any further danger while Davy is having family problems. Can they resolve these issues? Only in the pages of the book will you find out. Read it and enjoy it. I know I did.

Ranicengi
In 'Home is the Sailor' by Lee Rowan, Will and Davy are a well-established, loving couple, but their future is still quite tenuous. When Davy and Will are ordered to lay low, after a nasty business with a Portuguese ship, Davy decides to make a trip back home and brings Will along with him. Will has listened to the warnings Davy has given him about how cold his father is and how miserable life was before he left home, but Will has taken it with a grain of salt. It's not that Will doesn't believe him, but he thinks that the nightmarish stories of Davy's childhood are most likely somewhat exaggerated. After their arrival, Will has a chance to interact with Davy's family and he soon sees that reality is, if anything, even worse than Davy's descriptions.

Davy didn't expect a lot of fanfare with his unannounced arrival, but he certainly didn't expect to hear that his eldest brother, Mark, has recently been killed in a hunting accident. Davy smells something fishy right away. He keeps his eyes and ears open, hoping to find more clues to solve the mystery. Mark was an excellent hunter who was always very cautious about gun safety. It just didn't make sense that he would be careless enough to shoot himself, but that had been the ruling. The more Davy learns about it, the more suspicious he becomes. When his next eldest brother, who is now heir apparent, arrives, the situation becomes more unbearable for everyone. No one likes Ronald. He is unscrupulous at best. He is arrogant, obnoxious, dishonest, and irresponsible. The last person in the world who should be in charge is Ronald, but it looks like that's precisely what will happen once his father dies; if Ronald has his way, that will be sooner rather than later. Davy hates to think that Ronald could have been involved in Mark's death, but more evidence crops up every day. He relays these fears to Will to whom it is unbelievable, but he is willing to help Davy find the evidence he needs to either exonerate Ronald, or to prove Ronald's guilt.

In their own relationship, again, Davy and Will are at an impasse. Even though they dearly love each other, every discussion comes back to the same argument. They want to be together, but how? Will has lived almost his entire life in the Navy. He knows nothing else; he would be lost without being aboard a ship. This wasn't a problem before. He and Davy served shoulder to shoulder though excitement and danger; but now, Will's fear of losing Davy eliminates that possibility. This doesn't leave them with many options. Will is so set in his conviction that he must serve in the Navy, that even when Davy offers a viable alternative, Will still can't embrace change. With circumstances as they are, Davy must remain at home. Unless Will can make a decision, their future is dim.

Although this addition to the Royal Navy series seems more like a murder mystery than a historical romance, it's still a great story with a few surprises to boot. If you like stories with lots of mystery, suspense, and drama, then you may enjoy this book. Thanks, Lee, for giving Will and Davy their happy for now ending.

Originally reviewed at Rainbow Book Reviews.

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