Lynna, the sheltered and reclusive daughter of Frances wealthiest man, is sent from her home by the threat of kidnappers and straight into the arms of a lusty sea captain. During the time it takes to travel to America, to live with her aunt on a cotton plantation, Lynna learns more about the facts of life than she did in all her previous seventeen years.
She learns that devilishly handsome sea captains are not to be trusted, best friends can also be your worst enemy, and, the most painful of all, that your own heart will sometimes betray you.
From the red clay of Georgia, to the tropical island paradise of Jamaica, Lynna goes from a life of every extravagance to a life of poverty,abusive men, betrayal and abduction by pirates. Yet, through it all, she maintains hope that her rogue can somehow be tamed and will realize, before it’s too late, that together they share a love that will never die.
Mother of three, grandmother of four who loves to write in all genres, but historical romance will always have her heart.