I, John Culpepper
by Lori Crane
John Culpepper was born into a privileged childhood, expected to follow family tradition—attend law school and serve in Parliament. John, however, had different desires. He longed to captain a ship, to hear the snap of the sails, and taste the salt on his lips. He would have to risk being disinherited. He would ultimately be forced to choose between the woman he loved and his mistress—the sea.