Reviews - Historical

Robbie Bowlin lives a grand life as a highwayman. He takes what he wants, whether it be drink, woman, or other’s possessions, without thought or regret. The one thing he cannot put aside is how his father died a broken man, cursing the Rees family, Saban Rees in particular. Fate leads him to Wales where he is shipwrecked.

Dorian Lyon, a cold ruthless pirate, captain of the Mawdelyn, doesn’t let things get to him.  Emotions don’t touch Dorian. Not even the death of his beloved mother, whom he grieves for at first, can penetrate his hardened heart. When someone asks for passage on his ship, Dorian is not all that keen to give it, especially since the person asking is his ex-lover Ileana Mactavish.

Logan lost his wife in the Spanish War yet is still overcome with grief ten years later as he searches for any woman who resembles her. By chance he comes across such a woman, and, make no mistake, it is his wife after all, as if she has come back from the dead. He confronts her only to discover she does not remember him at all.

Jacob McNamara, a.k.a. Dead Eye Jake, is a pirate who is soon to meet his match. When he raids a French ship bound for England with a lucrative cargo, his crew discovers a woman among the loot. It is not just any woman but the daughter of a nobleman. Seeing dollars signs flash before his eyes, he plans to ransom her.

A Fierce Wind

GEORGIAN:  "A Fierce Wind" takes place in 1794, during the Reign of Terror in Revolutionary France.  Raised as cousins, Zoe Ariane Donet and Fredrick “Freddie” West have known each other all their lives. Now fully grown, Freddy is an English spy and Zoe has lost her first love to the revolutionaries.