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Royal Navy Series Book 2.

By Lee Rowan

The ruggedly handsome Lt. William Marshall carries a secret close to his heart, one that is more 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.  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.
 
166 pages, paperback

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Author Lee Rowan
Publishers Cheyenne Publishing
Year of Publication 2008

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WINDS OF CHANGE
Royal Navy Series Book 2
Lee Rowan
 
The ruggedly handsome Lt. William Marshall carries a secret close to his heart, one that is more 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.  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.
 
166 pages, paperback
 
also in the series:
RANSOM: Royal Navy Series Book 1
EYE OF THE STORM: Royal Navy Series Book 3

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WINDS OF CHANGE

WINDS OF CHANGE

Royal Navy Series Book 2.

By Lee Rowan

The ruggedly handsome Lt. William Marshall carries a secret close to his heart, one that is more 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.  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.
 
166 pages, paperback