Below Deck

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Declan McGillis can't stand rich people. But working as a deckhand on a luxury charter yacht, he also can't escape them. Declan has spent years kissing their ass and doing their bidding...whatever it takes to make his dreams come true, and nothing will get in his way of being the captain of his own yacht one day.

Mackenzie Armstrong knows what people think when they look at her. She knows from the outside looking in, it seems like her family has it all and doesn't have a care in the world. Things aren't always what they seem, and not only does Mackenzie have the weight of her family's struggles on her shoulders, she also needs to prove to Declan that she's not the spoiled princess he believes her to be.

Declan can't ignore the sparks of lust between them, even though Mackenzie is completely off limits and absolutely out of his league.

Mackenzie thinks a vacation fling is just what she needs to forget about the mess her life has become, and Declan is the perfect man for the job.

Will this be a quick romp in the water, or will it turn into something more when Mackenzie finally gets below Deck?

Book Info

  • Original Title:Below Deck
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.7 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published March 7th 2017


Bosun: Also known as a Petty Officer or a qualified member of the deck department, is the senior most member of the deck department and is responsible for the components of a ship’s hull and supervises the other members of the ship’s deck department.

Chief Steward/Chief Stew: The senior unlicensed crew member working in the steward’s department of a ship. The chief steward directs, instructs, and assigns personnel performing such functions as preparing and serving meals. Moreover, the steward oversees cleaning and maintaining officers’ quarters and steward department areas; and receiving, issuing, and inventorying stores.

Port: The left-hand side of or direction from a vessel, facing forward.

Starboard: The side of a ship that is on the right when one is facing forward.

Bridge: The room or platform from which the ship can be commanded.

Wheelhouse: The small enclosed parts of a bridge that historically ...

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