Jane Austen Meets Pirates of the Caribbean

An image of a woman from the neck down in a Regency gown with her gloved hands folded in her lap.

 

 

Pressured to marry for money, Julia Scott flees England and a cruel stepmother to determine if the West Indies is the paradise of her dreams. Attacked by pirates and desired by island natives, the only person she can trust is John Smith -- if that's her rescuer's true name. Reaching her uncle's station in English Harbor, Julia must find a way to face her feelings and deal with her traitorous family, a dashing new suitor, and the guardian angel, John Smith, who has no qualms sporting counterfeit names and less than what is proper attire.

 

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Age of Sail Pirate Historical

An image of a sea captain standing on the bow of his ship looking at the horizon at sunset through an eyeglass.

 

 

The reign of piracy is over in the Caribbean, or so it’s believed, until diamonds are discovered in Brazil. Despite the cover-up, Captain Julius Bertrand begins to hear whispers. Distracted by an avaricious woman he could never love and the beautiful Kate O’Connell who doesn’t need him, he tries to untangle the web of mysterious cargo someone in the New World wants kept secret. When Bertrand’s pirating past returns with the explosive force of a sweeping broadside, he finds he must sacrifice everything his respectable life has brought him, in order to save what matters most.

 

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Jane Austen-Inspired Romance

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This book is no longer under contract and should not be available  at this time. 

 

Check back for the new cover and re-release of Josette in 2017.

 

 

 

A Daniel Defoe Biography

 

 

 

 Learn about the adventurer, scoundrel, and opinionated Daniel Defoe in his own words. This educational and entertaining web page was created as a student project for Brigham Young University-Idaho.

 

Visit Defoe here: http://defoe2016.jimdo.com/