Monday, March 31, 2014
THE PIRATE AND HIS LADY by Linda Chaikin
This story picks up right where book one left off and you will come to know and appreciate Captain Baret "Foxworth" Buckington and Miss Emerald Harwick much more as they brave the open sea in search of a father, a lost treasure and a love that seems to be falling apart because of vicious lies and trickery. I applaud Miss Emerald as she fights hard against brutality, slavery and cruel gossip and continues to remember she is a "child of the King". She never loses sight of her standing as a child of God, and she will endure a lot in this story. Baret is truly a man who knows what he wants and doesn't let much stand in his way of getting it. He may have let lies affect his judgement, but true love will win out in the end. Be prepared to step back in time and get ready for a true adventure on the high seas and on land. I am off to see how this all ends by readying the third book in this series, "Jamaican Sunset".
Posted by Judy Glidden