Historical Romance

As Savannah society brings a privileged and pressured young woman and a man desperate for success together, the marsh will reveal their secrets—and their hearts. Christine will do anything to stop a rogue captain from influencing and ruining her brother, but she never expects the crew of Alligator George is watching and waiting…

When Sophie's sent to a

matchmaking party, the pirate from Pembroke arrives and distracts everyone from the summer festivities. Unguarded, her feelings about the mysterious Captain Murdock bloom into a trusted friendship Sophie fears may come to mean more than anyone would ever suspect.

Phoebe Applewaite is a burden on her family. She's almost twenty-six and cannot find a suitable

occupation to support herself from her Charleston home. When her mother insists that she marry, she finds herself dropped at the stoop of their oldest family friends who have problems of their own: a wayward heir. Is an arranged marriage to a liar, gambler, and sea captain her only choice?

A wicked stepmother, a sea of pirates, and a hero in disguise...
Julia Scott flees an arranged marriage and a cruel stepmother to live with her uncle in the West Indies. Attacked by pirates and desired by island natives, the only person she can trust is John Smith-if that's his true name.

Emma Montego feels trapped in her role as a nobleman's daughter.

Pirate Phillip Oakley has slipped unnoticed in and out of Pensacola for years until the alluring American-born daughter of the Spanish don crosses his path.

Can Phillip make a deal with Emma that she'll keep? Or will the little señorita ruin everything with a new proposal that costs him everything—including his heart?

Captain Bertrand must untangle the web of mysterious cargo someone in the New World wants to keep secret. When evidence of his pirating past returns in an explosive attack, he must sacrifice everything his respectable life has brought him, in order to save what matters most.



Can love be found in a country torn by war?

 

Ruth Ann Talley works at the Sweetwater mill that's now a factory. Lieutenant Jonah Baker is tempted to abscond from a new assignment until he crosses paths with Ruth Ann. When she finds herself face to face with an army, Ruth Ann realizes she should have never fought for a cause she didn't understand, while Jonah must decide between what is honorable and what to do about the woman who stole his heart.

Josette's  brother is lost at sea. Learning the park is entailed to an ambitious cousin, she must decide between marrying her fickle childhood sweetheart or helping her sister trap him instead. It seems only the handsome Captain Carter and his delightfully spinsterish relatives can stop the Price girls from making another tragic mistake, but can Josette forgive him for her brother's death and allow her heart to love?

Danielle Thorne writes from south of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the author of  over twenty-five books, including romantic adventures and historicals. She also writes paranormals and non-fiction for young adults. Her growing blog, The Balanced Writer, focuses on writing, life, and the pursuit of peace and happiness. Visit the About Danielle page to learn more.