The Sea Maiden by Mary Speer

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"If LOVE was a GAME than she had to play to WIN!"
Read NOW how this spirited heroine fights for her FREEDOM, her LIFE & and the LOVE of the dashingly handsome but roguish captain trying to seduce her.
In 1790 dying English Lord Charles Pembroke with a failing shipping business gives his daughter Karina’s hand in marriage to the much older but wealthy, Lord Gunther Harmon. Upon learning of her forced engagement and revelation of an older half-brother, living in New England, Karina flees aboard a trade ship bound to America with the help of friends, Lynnette, and Peter. Disguised as a cabin boy, Karina leaves behind a life of rich and plenty to endure sea sickness, toiling work and a crude environment in search of her brother, Jonathan. Along the way, Karina encounters obstacles including, highwaymen, pirates, a hurricane and the handsome, but roguish Captain Eric Drake as she tries to outrun his villainous half-brother, Gunther. PG-13, revised 01/2015

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Published February 10, 2013 by M. I. Speer. 306 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help, Action & Adventure. Non-fiction

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