‘Lord of the Privateers’ Is An Unforgettable Swashbuckling Epic [REVIEW]


Years worth of secrets have kept Royd and Isobel apart. But now a shared adventure throws them together on the high seas. Will they be able to conquer all and face their demons? Find out in the thrilling historical, LORD OF THE PRIVATEERS.

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George Hyde Chambers' HMS BRITANNIA One woman faces her past and sails the savage seas to rescue her cousin from harm in Stephanie Lauren’s Lord of the Privateers. (Painting by George Hyde Chambers) A governess has gone missing in the wilds of Africa and now one woman will do whatever it takes to snatch her out of harm’s way. Yet the biggest obstacle isn’t sailing to a distantcolony, but summoning the courage to face a man from her past and the unresolved tension between them. Love and danger lie before her in Stephanie Laurens’ last installment in “The Adventurers Quartet,”Lord of the Privateers.

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