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By Danelle Harmon
"In this enjoyable, fast moving romantic event from the writer of the bestselling, critically-acclaimed de Montforte Brothers sequence, pleasure heralds the arriving of Captain Brendan Jay Merrick, a rushing privateer whose bold sea battles opposed to His Majesty's fleet have made him a legend in colonial New England. Brendan has plans for the Ashton Shipyard to construct his extraordinary new schooner. yet one examine the good-looking Irishman, and Ashton's daughter Mira is planning of her personal ...
Mira Ashton - queen of schemes and mistress of spunk - disguises herself as a staff member and sneaks aboard the newly outfitted Kestrel to turn into the schooner's sharpest gunner ... and the captain's so much outrageous distraction. As passions flare, hope explodes with the turbulence of an indignant sea with Mira competing opposed to Kestrel for Brendan's love. but if tragedy moves, Mira needs to sign up for forces along with her robust rival in a bold event that turns the tide of conflict and brings wonderful victory to the colonists, the captain ... and the girl who has captured his heart.
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