Captain Marshall and the Pirates of Cartagena
By: Howard Crow

Captain Marshall and the Pirates of Cartagena <BR>By: Howard Crow
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    ISBN: 978-1-59824-684-1
    Edition: Paperback, 385 Pages
    Publication Date: October 22, 2007
    From lush Caribbean islands, to frantic battles at sea, Captain Peter Marshall pursued his destiny. From the moment Sara Principal daughter of the viceroy of Port Royal, looked into his blue eyes, she knew she had found her heartís desire and her soul mate.

    Nora Woodford, a slender brown eyed black haired wench, was more amused than offended by handsome James Potterís indifference to her passionate advances. Little did she know that within the year he would be her husband. Nora was well versed in the art of foreplay, but a babe in arms where true love was concerned.

    Self-professed adventurer and soldier of fortune Robert Webster had every intention of profiting from the turbulent times. He found himself hopelessly entangled with the captured pirate girl who was known on the Caribbean as Dawn. Her long black hair, dark eyes and light skin captivated his senses and made him her slave. Engulfed in the fury of those times they fell in love.

    These three attractive young women had one thing in common, they all three would fall in love with buccaneers and find themselves prisoners of their own fate.