WINNER OF THE 2011 ROYAL PALM LITERARY AWARD
The PIRATE’S LADY - A Historical Novel of Adventure & Romance
A woman alone in the Caribbean? Not in 1692, and not if she’s a gently bred lady! So when Morgan finds herself allied to Daniel Harris, one of the Spanish Main’s most notorious buccaneers, she has to make the best of it. Little did they know the alliance would soon become something much more. But when Daniel is captured and imprisoned in one of the most dreaded fortresses in the Indies, Morgan has to go and free him, no matter what price she has to pay in exchange.
Based – more or less – on historical fact, this tale is a romance in the oldest sense of the word … it is a series of fantastical adventures similar to those of Gablidon’s heroine in her “Outlander” books with a strong love interest. The heroine, Morgan, is a child of her time and culture. She is also a thinking human being rather than a bumbling simpering miss. Go adventuring with Morgan, and experience this wonderful sensual romance as passion grows between her and Daniel. You won’t be disappointed!
Morgan Catherine Santiago Moorhouse was a child of a Spanish noblewoman wed to a British adventurer. Raised on a sun-bathed Caribbean estate, she knows only love and security until her parents are killed in an unfortunate accident. Despite her protests, Morgan is sent to live with relatives in England. The only ship available to take her, however, is the privateer captained by one of her father’s old friends, Daniel Harris. Despite the attraction between them that began years before, Daniel knows he cannot provide the kind of life Morgan deserves, and so turns her over to her cousin, never suspecting the dangers she will face in England.
When Morgan is able to escape, she flees to Daniel’s ship, and, giving in to fate, they finally decide to try to make a life together. That’s when a Spanish vessel attacks, and Daniel is kidnapped. One adventure follows another, until the final confrontation of both Morgan’s and Daniel’s demons amid the horror and devastation of the earthquake and fires that destroyed Port Royal, Jamaica on June 7, 1692. No one can know what the future holds, and neither do we know what happens then to Morgan and Daniel … unless, of course, we read the whole book.
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