Excellent read. London 1801
Treasure hunters with a mix of family feuds. Grandchildren solving a crime and uniting families while hunting treasure and love.
Excellent 2nd book in Galen's Misadventures in Matrimony series!! (First in series was No Man's Bride)
Interesting story but the ending is kind of drawn out with a love scene that could have been shorter or left out.
Great, great story. Love the looking for pirate treasure with a lot of romance thrown in.
On the trail of fortune . . .
Adventurous Josephine Hale is determined to live up to her scandalous heritage. With half of a crumbling treasure map that belonged to her grandfather, the legendary pirate, in her possession, the bold and beautiful lady is half-way to a fortune. Unfortunately, the remainder of the map belongs to Stephen Doubleday, Earl of Westman, her family's sworn enemy-and Josie will do anything to get her hands on it . . . even if it means seducing the handsome rogue.
And a passion beyond dreams
Utterly destitute, Stephen never dreamed a fairy tale about pirate's treasure would turn out to be true-bringing him a possible fortune and a passionate lover. But will joining in this wild, impetuous beauty's perilous undertaking be the biggest mistake of his life? Or will it lead Stephen and Josie to a treasure far more precious than pirate gold-a fiery and forever love?