A Rose by any . . . .

What does an historical romance novel and an upcoming super delegation visit to Cuba have in common?

The title, To Cuba With Love.

Or it did until I changed the book title last year from To Cuba With Love to The Captain’s Temptress in order to more clearly target historical romance readers.

Yesterday, I discovered that the activist group Codepink will be hosting a delegation of 150 people to Cuba in a venture called To Cuba With Love to mark the easing of travel restrictions between the U.S. and the island nation.

TCT WEB PROMO smallThe Captain’s Temptress is a steamy, swashbuckler sea adventure set amid the life and death perils of the approaching Spanish-American War which freed Cuba from Spanish control. Samantha Ethridge, an adventurous lady reporter, talks her way onto a ship of gunrunners bound for Cuba, and proves to be more than a mere opportunistic reporter to Captain Sean Nolan—perhaps even a first mate.

If you’re interested in an historical romance set in this period of Cuban/American history, The Captain’s Temptress, is available at:

Amazon, http://amzn.to/1qGwLMr
Barnes & Noble, http://bit.ly/1sELrkh
iBooks, https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-captains-temptress/id917306884?mt=11
Smashwords, https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/473686
Scribd, https://www.scribd.com/book/239183111/The-Captain-s-Temptress

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