Some Distant Shore
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    Apr-1981
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FROM A CARGO SHIP TO THE DOOMED TITANTIC - SHE WAS MISTRESS OF A MIRACULOUS DESTINY!

Born in the lap of the blue Mediterranean, raven-haired Christina Haworth, daughter of a fiery gypsy dancer and a rugged sea captain, grew up in the exotic ports of the world on the Lucky Star. Then, by a strange twist of fate, she found herself earning her keep in the red plush boudoirs of the Gaiety house - Liverpool's most elegant and notorious brothel.

Her mother's sensual gypsy blood beat strong in Christina's veins, and when she danced beneath the glow of the gas-lit chandeliers, smoke-black hair flowing to her waist and long brown legs bare under her swirling skirts - every man desired her. But no one could satisfy her own burning hungers - until she met handsome, arrogant Captain Devlin O'Connor, whose very touch left her breathless for more.

But the lies of a jealous rival were to send Christina heartbroken back to sea, to the opulent staterooms of a luxury liner on her maiden voyage. Would her destiny end that dark, fateful night on the Titanic? Or would it carry her still to the strong, waiting arms of her captain - and a life that promised riches beyond her wildest imagining on...SOME DISTANT SHORE.
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