I am trying to catch up on my backlog of recent reads since I have been hiatus-ing. And it will let me catch up with my reading since I’m not reading as fast these days and it’s taking me longer to get through a book.
Synopsis ~ Never Trust a Pirate
The rules of engagement were never so scandalous. . .
A rumored pirate and the scurrilous black sheep of his well-to- do family, Cade Cavendish relishes his world of rebellion, deception, and seduction. Nothing and no one can hold him to be the duty-bound, honorable man he is expected to be. But when an unexpected run-in at his twin brother’s estate with a ravishing, raven-haired maid leads her to believe he’s actually a viscount, Cade’s renegade life is thrown wildly off-kilter. And even though a case of mistaken identity can be quickly set to rights, matters of the heart are quite different…
Miss Danielle LaCrosse is startled to learn that the handsome gentleman who radiates sin and has the devil in his eyes is not her employer the Viscount, but rather his infamous brother. A former heiress, orphaned and left penniless, Danielle has more than a few secrets of her own. Cade may be skilled at coaxing even the most hidden desires out of Danielle but can he earn her trust–and win her heart–as they embark on an adventure to confront a dangerous enemy from both of their pasts . . . and uncover the identity of the so-called Black Fox along the way?
London Harbor, July 1817
Only three steps. Only three steps separated him from the map. It was there, laying on the rickety wooden table in the captain’s stateroom aboard a ship aptly named Le Secret Francais. The only sound in the cramped space was his own breathing. Sweat beaded on his brow. He’d come this far. Braved the murky, cold water, swam out to the ship moored at the London docks. Climbed aboard silent as a wraith, dressed all in black. Wrung out his clothing to keep it from dripping so there wouldn’t be a trail. Managed to steal into the captain’s quarters as the man slept, and now, now only three steps remained between him and the priceless map.
Of course his brother didn’t know why he’d come. The man had been shocked when Cade had appeared at the Earl of Swifdon’s town house last year, introducing himself as Mr. Daffin Oakleaf, one of his many aliases. Rafe had thought he was dead. Hell, everyone had thought he was dead. [Loc 175]
“Complicated things make the best stories.” [Loc 1166]
Would you keep reading?
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8 thoughts on “Tuesday Teaser & Intro: Never Trust a Pirate”
Ooh nice teasers!! Definitely like that second one! Lol!
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I really like that line, too.
Guess he’s not dead! LOL I used to spend my summers reading books like this. Need to get back to them.
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Nope! This one was interesting with the Black Fox pop ups and Cade and Danielle’s plotlines.
Ooo… he sounds like a real swashbuckler. Yes – I’d want to read more:). Thank you for sharing – and popping over to my site, Charlie:)
He was a fun character! Both of the brothers were.
The teasers do pique my curiosity. Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my blog.
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