Was she dreaming? Hours before the costumed "Pirate's Ball," Elizabeth Rawley witnessed a strange spectacle in the waters off Key West. She could have sworn she saw the Black Cutter, an 18th-century warship, engaged in combat.The ship's treasure had been her obsession for years, but even more intriguing was the ship's legendary captain, a swashbuckling privateer who commanded the high seas and made women swoon.
Elizabeth knew she and Captain Richard Colter would have loved each other with a passion to rock the heavens. If only they hadn't lived 200 years apart.
Then, on a moonlit beach, she found a man washed ashore. A man whose 18th-century clothes were authentic. A man who truly looked like Richard Colter. A man very much alive.
I loved this book. It was fast-paced, lusty, sensual...everything a pirate story should be!I found the characters to be endearing and their environment compelling.