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Juliana Wright is on the hunt. Her father discovered an ancient treasure map--and was killed for it. Now she's determined to find the treasure for herself in time for Christmas and escape the brigands pursuing her.

To complete her mission, she needs the help of devilishly handsome Captain Rawden Wood, a notorious pirate revered throughout the high seas. He is the only one c
Published November 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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I have already mowed a path through Highland Scotland and half of Regency England. I figured, what the hell? Why not take to the high seas? This was only 47 pages, so things happen...precipitously. Kinda hilarious.
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