Title: Pirate's Price
Book Condition: Good
Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Light shelf wear and minimal interior marks. Bookseller Inventory # G1553165373I3N10
Synopsis: Christine Sanders of St. Augustine in Territorial Florida is a runaway wife who believes the best way to live comfortably on her own is to turn pirate and rob a man with money. And the perfect man to rob is her own husband, Justin Delerue, Lord Smithton--especially since he got rich by marrying her against her will and taking her inheritance!
Pirate's Price is a rollicking tale of marriage and mayhem, gender confusion, and piracy. With the help of her godfather Julius Davies, himself a retired pirate with a fondness for young sailors, Christine puts together a gay, er, jolly crew and takes to the seas as Captain Christopher Daniels. It doesn't take long for the dread pirate Daniels to become a force to be reckoned with in Florida's sea-lanes, especially for ships owned by Delerue-Sanders Shipping.
But when Smithton himself is taken captive and held hostage by Daniels and the crew of the Tigress he has a different plan for his runaway pirate bride, and could very well end up stealing something from her--her heart.
About the Author:
Aspiring authors are told "write what you know," but Darlene Marshall has to admit, she's never been a pirate. However, Marshall is a semi-native of North Florida and loves Florida history and the area the locals call "the other Florida"--a land of rolling hills, giant cockroaches, fire ants, scorpions, lightning strikes, the occasional hurricane, and frog-drowning rainstorms. Only the strong (and the air-conditioned) survive.
Marshall's books have won the FCRW Beacon Award, the Eppie (electronic publishing), and finaled in the Desert Rose RWA Golden Quill and the Lories. She loves to hear from fans.
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