Cerynise Kendall has been left destitute and in dire need following the death of her doting patron and protectress. A brilliant young artist tossed from her home with only the clothes on her back, Cerynise must now turn to a childhood companion for assistance - the dashing sea captain Beauregard Birmingham - and beg him to provide her with passage to the Carolinas. She seeks a new home and a new life across the waters, but all depends on the kindness of a charming adventurer who was once the object of her youthful infatuation.Beneath Birminghams rugged exterior beats a heart as large and wild as the Atlantic, and Beau readily agrees to aid Cerynise - even offering her his name in marriage, temporarily of course, to protect his friend from scandal. But perilous secrets, determined enemies, and tempests of the sea and soul threaten their future and safe passage - even as bonds of camaraderie are miraculously reforged as bonds of desire - and affection becomes passion and love.
|Author||Kathleen E. Woodiwiss; James Daniels|
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