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The Captain's Lady

January 2006 /December 2005 North America/UK Dates and Covers


A story of passion, drama and intrigue on a journey from the rolling Hampshire countryside across the high seas to the Rock of Gibraltar...

"A stirring romantic adventure from a fresh new voice. Vivid and passionate. Hugely enjoyable."

- international bestselling author Nicola Cornick

Hampshire, England - November 1804

Miss Georgiana Raithwaite decides to seek refuge with a female relative to escape imminent marriage to a cruel tyrant of a man. But she has no idea just how her decision to disguise herself as a boy for the journey, a caution undertaken with her own safety in mind, is about to change her life in more ways than she can imagine.

For Georgiana is taken by the naval Press Gang that roams the coastal towns of Southern England and ends up amidst 185 sailors aboard ship.

Dashing Lord Nathaniel Hawke has worked hard to achieve his captaincy of HMS Pallas. Nelson’s navy is everything that is important to him in life.

Re-released more recently together with Mistaken Mistress in Regency Debutantes

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So when he discovers that his new ship’s boy is in truth a girl, and one who is not unknown to him, Nathaniel must conceal her identity from his men at all costs…even if it means keeping her in extremely close proximity!

Forbidden desires taunt them on their stormy voyage to Gibraltar. But with reputations at stake their secret must be kept, as exposure could ruin them both…

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