The Captain's Kidnapped Beauty
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The Captain's Kidnapped Beauty

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Rescue from an unlikely source!

Abducted and taken aboard a merchant ship bound for India, Charlotte Gilpin desperately searches for ways to escape. The heiress certainly doesn't expect rescue from the most unlikely of sources—Captain Alexander Carstairs, a man with whom she has crossed swords in the past.

Alex isn't sure what to make of Charlotte's claim to have been kidnap...more
Published October 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Best-selling author Mary Nichols continues her captivating series about The Piccadilly Gentleman’s Club with The Captain’s Kidnapped Beauty, a beguiling romantic adventure set in Georgian England.

There is absolutely nothing that Miss Charlotte Gilpin does not know about coach-making. The only daughter of one of England’s richest tradesmen, Charlotte has grown up in her father’s yard, surrounded by all the hustle and bustle of his prosperous business. However, Charlotte’s father has got ambitions...more
Harlequin Historical
Miniseries: The Piccadilly Gentlemen's Club
Category: Historical Romance
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Miniseries: The Piccadilly Gentlemen's Club
Category: Historical Romance
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Born in Singapore to a Dutch-South African father and an English mother, Mary Nichols came to England when she was three and considers herself totally English. Her father, like many people who learn English as a second language, would have no sloppiness, either spoken or written, and Mary puts her love of the language down to him. He was also a great reader and there were always books in the house...more
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