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The Pirate's Jewel

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Jewel Sanderson has relinquished hope that the treasure map her estranged father left with her for safekeeping holds any value. Being the daughter of a notorious pirate was just as useless for a girl raised in a tavern on the docks of Charles Town as the map she couldn't read. She is ready to accept the suit of a man who thinks of her as nothing but cheap labor when a ghost from her past sails through the tavern door demanding she hand over the map. Her rescuer is her father's former protege and she'll gladly give him the map as long as he takes her with him to find the treasure.

Nolan Kenton ran away to be a pirate in his youth, but soon found he was trapped and at the mercy of a cruel mentor. When he was old enough to escape, he returned to his pious father and tried to lead a moral life. Only the lure of joining in the coming revolution can persuade him to return to the sea and the past he left behind. But to finance his venture, he must face the thing he dreads the most: his old mentor's daughter, the only woman who has ever captured his heart. Nolan fears that finding the treasure with Jewel will reveal secrets he wishes to stay buried and will result in his losing his heart, and Jewel, forever.

Genre: Historical Romance

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