Pirate's Price by Darlene Marshall

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Christine Sanders of St. Augustine in Territorial Florida is a runaway wife who believes the best way to live comfortably on her own is to turn pirate and rob a man with money. And the perfect man to rob is her own husband, Justin Delerue, Lord Smithton, especially since he got rich by marrying her against her will and taking her inheritance!


Pirate’s Price is a rollicking tale of marriage and mayhem, gender confusion and piracy. With the help of her godfather Julius Davies, himself a retired pirate with a fondness for young sailors, Christine puts together a gay, er, jolly crew and takes to the seas as Captain Christopher Daniels. It doesn’t take long for the dread pirate Daniels to become a force to be reckoned with in Florida’s sealanes, especially for ships owned by DelerueSanders Shipping.


But when Smithton himself is taken captive and held hostage by Daniels and the crew of the Tigress, he has a different plan for his runaway pirate bride, and could very well end up stealing something from her—her heart.


Genres: Romance / Historical Romance

 

About Darlene Marshall

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Darlene Marshall writes award winning stories of romance and adventure, featuring pirates, privateers, smugglers and the occasional possum. On sale now--Castaway Dreams in ebook and print. Sea Change was a finalist for the 2012 Golden Quill Award for Regency romances, and placed in the FCRW Beacon competition. Other awards for Marshall's romances include the FCRW Beacon for The Bride and the Buccaneer, the Eppie for Historical Romance for Captain Sinister's Lady and Pirate's Price, and placing in the Lories awards for Smuggler's Bride. Her books are available in print, ebook format, Kindle editions, and also in German and Estonian editions. Marshall lives in North Florida, is a graduate of the University of Florida (Go Gators!), and loves being a writer because her work wardrobe is shorts, sandals and tropical shirts with flamingos. The best days are when she puts the convertible top down and cruises over to the beach to do research.
 
Published January 1, 2005 by LTDBooks. 158 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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