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ISBN # 1-905393-23-7
October 2005
Linden Bay Romance
303 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Emma was raised on the sea and, after the death of her father, she takes over as Captain of The Lucifer, a notorious privateer. When she kidnaps Nicholas, Emma begins having feelings she thought were suppressed.

When Nicholas trades his freedom for his sister's, he knows there will be no going back to his old life in England. What the pirates do not know is that for Nicholas, giving up his old life is not that big of a hardship. Using skills learned at college and his turns into society, Nicholas has big ideas for the crew, and his desirable captain.  

As the crew slowly begins to accept Nicholas as a member, he develops a plan for a bigger score than anyone thought possible. For Emma though, it all hinges on letting Nicholas get much closer to her than she thinks she can handle. Working together, the privateers are gambling their freedom for a big score. Entering into dangerous waters and facing the British may be more than they can handle. When Nicholas' family gets involved, the stakes for he and Emma become even higher.  

I have always been a fan of the history of privateers, so I was interested in this book from the beginning. Given that The Lucifer has a special hatred for the British made And A Star to Steer Her By a unique and very interesting story. While I enjoyed the outstanding sex in the story, the adventure part of the story is equally outstanding! The
plotlines are deeply and fully developed with excellent backdrops of local gossip and betrayal. All the interactions are wonderful for the setting and make this book a real keeper.

Anya Khan
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