Sea Change by Darlene Marshall

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Finalist, 2012 Golden Quill Award--Regency, 2012 FCRW Beacon Award--Historical. American privateer Captain David Fletcher needs a surgeon for his wounded brother. But when he captures a British merchantman in the Caribbean, what he gets is Charley Alcott, an apprentice physician barely old enough to shave. Needs take priority over skill, and Captain Fletcher whisks the prisoner aboard his ship with orders to do his best or he'll be walking the plank.

Charley Alcott's medical skills are being put to the test in a life-or-death situation--Charley's life as well as the patient's. Even if Charley can save the captain's brother, there will still be hell to pay, and maybe a plank to walk, when Captain Fletcher learns Charley is really Charlotte Alcott.

A war is raging on the world's oceans, and two enemies will fight their own battles and their attraction to each other as they undergo a sea change neither of them is expecting, but cannot deny...

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 June 4, 2011 by Amber Quill Press, LLC. 258 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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