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The American Privateer's Woman

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By 1781, the American Revolutionary War has been raging for six years. Rebecca Stevens, a loyal British Tory living in the colony of South Carolina with her father, is stunned to discover that he is a spy for the American Continental Army. The local British authorities are about to discover his identity, and they execute traitors to the Crown by hanging. Rebecca convinces ...more
Paperback, 348 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Cherish Press (first published July 7th 2011)
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L.A.
Aug 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
The American Privateer's Woman by W.H. Bossert is a 348 page historical romance adventure, written in third person, past tense. There is explicit sex. The story takes place in eighteen seventy-one, mainly on warring ships. I appreciated the research Bossert did to make the ships, weaponry and military of that time period come alive. His descriptions were vivid and I could easily imagine all the fights aboard the ships and even the ships sinking. Hang on tight, his writing is fast paced. At some ...more
Elizabeth (Stuffed Shelves)
The American Privateers is a fast paced book written in the third person, all taking place in the past during 1871 time period. I would categorize this as a historical romance, so there are many love and sex scenes. Bossert writes mainly from the perspective on the battle ships. This must have taken a lot of research in his part, since it seemed so accurate and intense. Everything I read, seemed to jump off th pages into a vivid picture, which made this a quick and fun read.

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