Description - The Road To Ruin by Bronwyn Stuart
When the most desperate of times calls for the most scandalous of measures.James Trelissick, Marquis of Lasterton, has but one plan: to get his sister and mother back from the notorious pirate who stole them from their ship bound for the Americas, without creating the scandal of the season. After months of fruitless searching, his family name and his sister's reputation hang dangerously by a single thread. So, taking matters into his own hands, he kidnaps the one woman who must hold some of the answers: the daughter of the pirate captain.Daniella Germaine's only wish is to be reinstated to the decks of her father's pirate ship. She will do whatever it takes to regain his attention after he decides she needs to be a real lady and ships her off to London to find a husband. With disgrace her last option, she tries everything she can think of to scandalise: riding at breakneck speed through the park to win a gentleman's wager and swimming naked in the moonlight. It's during another of these deeds of daring that her plans fall to pieces and her future lands in the hands of a man with not a lot left to lose...Somewhere along the road to ruin, when lives are at stake and hearts are torn, Daniella and James must each decide between what they want, and what they actually need, to really live...A feisty, sexy historical novel of daring, lust, and finding love in the most unlikely places.
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(234mm x 153mm x 22mm)
Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises (Australia) Pty Ltd
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Author Biography - Bronwyn Stuart
Bronwyn's love of reading all things romantic got her into trouble at a very young age. Starting with Mills and Boon 'borrowed' from her mother and then progressing to meaty historicals. It's only fair that romance pays her back with unique ideas for her own novels. She now writes dark and gritty Regency from her treehouse in the Adelaide Hills surrounded by the laughter of her young children and the love of a great man.