Giles Courtney may be the captain of his own ship, but he's not yet certain he's the master of his destiny. His reckless privateering days behind him, Giles is determined to make a respectable name for himself, yet where to begin is the question at hand--especially when he must inform his first patron that his convictions forbid him to traffic in slaves. But while wealthy sugar planter Edmund Welbourne is astounded by Giles' refusal, his beautiful daughter Grace is quite obviously intrigued--and Giles is instantly attracted.Her Giles? * Giles washed dishes while Grace made another attempt to get her things to fit neatly into the drawers and wardrobe. ... She opened a drawer to reveal a frothy mass of still more lace and fine, white silk and linen. Giles stared at itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Always A Pirate|
|Publisher||:||NLA Digital LLC - 2013-12-31|