Captured Dreams by James McGoldrick

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Second Book in Dream Trilogy Series

May McGoldrick returns with the latest in a trilogy about love-and the birth of a nation...


By day, Pierce Pennington is one of Boston's most
respected and successful merchants. By night, he becomes the infamous Captain
MacHeath, smuggling arms by sea under the pall of darkness--in the name of


Portia Edwards will go to any length to find the
family she's never known. All her life, she thought herself to be an orphan.
Then she finds that her mother is not only alive, but here in Boston, being
held captive by Portia's own grandfather, and she will need more than a little
help spiriting her mother away to England...


But asking for help is something Portia has never
found easy. So even when she steals into her grandfather's masquerade ball and
meets with the perfect opportunity to ask the dashing Pennington for help,
stubborn pride stands in her way. Pennington would like nothing better than to
forget about this proud young woman, yet he finds he cannot stop thinking of
the night he met her in a garden...

About James McGoldrick

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May McGoldrick is the pseudonym for husband-and-wife team Jim and Nikoo McGoldrick. Nikoo McGoldrick is a mechanical engineer, and she has had careers in submarine and robot construction. Jim McGoldrick, with a Ph.D. in sixteenth-century literature, has had careers as an English professor and as a submarine builder. Together, Nikoo and Jim write historical fiction as May McGoldrick and contemporary suspense thrillers as Jan Coffey. They also collaborate on nonfiction, writing under their own names. The McGoldricks live in Connecticut with their two sons and their golden retriever, Max. Nikoo and Jim's adult May McGoldrick books include "The Rebel, The Promise, Flame, The Intended, and the Highland Treasure Trilogy: "The Dreamer, The Enchantress, and "The Firebrand. Their Jan Coffey books include "Trust Me Once and "Twice Burned. Visit their website at
Published December 1, 2003 by Signet. 388 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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