The daughter of a most ruthless and notorious pirate has just set sail with the greatest assassin of the day on a voyage to seek out a legendary treasure rumored to be grander than a man could even dream. It’s during this treacherous journey that they begin to discover what they’ve always longed for in each other’s cold, lawless hearts, though neither has ever succumbed to such weakness before.
Isabella, an escaped slave, finds herself the captain of a pirate ship sailing the Caribbean in 1781. Pirate hunters are determined to stop the Pirate of Panther Bay! Isabella’s struggle to come to terms with the changes in her life becomes more difficult when Juan Carlos, a dashing Spanish Army captain, becomes her prisoner, and her unruly crew of male pirates is driven to mutiny.
Unusual circumstances turned Ariel into a pirate years earlier. Now that navy captain Royce has destroyed her ship and crew she must choose between revenge or a second chance at the life she was meant to have.
A young woman is forced to wed the notorious black beard by way of booty on the high seas. She becomes embroiled in his diabolical pirating to survive the harsh reality. Dubloons and jewels become her haven, as the pirating crews were. Violence and lace mixed hand in hand, as did the ladies and whores.
All Hell breaks loose when an American Founding Father goes undercover. Congress declares war on Britain and devastation shrouds the Eastern Seaboard. Hostilities escalate when pirate Captain Flora Burn unleashes her protégé, Michael Wolfe, to brutally retaliate against the British. The Revolution goes beyond the physical when both sides discover the power of supernatural soul-ripping forces.
Captain Greyylene found herself in the custody of Horatio Washburn, on her own flamboyant terms. She pays her “debt to society” in the hole of a dungeon surrounded by other pirates, some of whom were infected with the Cradle Rock Illness. It was a good thing she turned herself in or the empire would have suffered horrible gruesome losses to the Illness.