Across a Moonlit Sea (The Pirate Wolves Series Book 1)

Across a Moonlit Sea (The Pirate Wolves Series Book 1)

A rip roaring high seas adventure set in Elizabethan England when dashing privateers known as sea hawks banded together to guard their country and their queen against the Invincible Armada being amassed by Spain. Simon Dante, the Pirate Wolf, meets his match in battle and in love when he crosses swords with Isabeau Spence. Together they join forces with Sir Francis Drake on a daring attack on Cadiz.

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A rip roaring high seas adventure set in Elizabethan England when dashing privateers known as sea hawks banded together to guard their country and their queen against the Invincible Armada being amassed by Spain. Simon Dante, the Pirate Wolf, meets his match in battle and in love when he crosses swords with Isabeau Spence. Together they join forces with Sir Francis Drake on a daring attack on Cadiz.
Across A Moonlit Sea is also Book One of a trilogy; Book Two is The Iron Rose. Book Three is The Following Sea.

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Genre: Historical Romance
ASIN: B08Y7C96QF
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Marsha Canham

Award-winning, USA Today bestselling author Marsha Canham lives in a quiet, historic town north of Toronto, Canada. For someone who has always loved and watched the the classic swashbuckling films of the 50’s and 60’s, it is no surprise she chose historical romance as the genre that allows her to live vicariously through her pirates, Medieval knights, Scottish Highlanders, even Western and Regency adventures.

Rogues and renegades might rule the romance, but Marsha’s heroines are known for being just as strong, clever, and capable. No wilting butterflies there. Most are more familiar with swords and pistols than cups of tea.

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