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  • The Winds of Fate

    WORK OF GENIUS…BRILLIANT AND CAPTIVATING!!!! Wickedly witty, lusciously sensual and deliciously satisfying, The Winds of Fate promises and delivers on what I wholeheartedly believe will become an enduring pirate romance masterpiece for all times. The story unfolds when Claire Hamilton weds convicted felon, Devon Blackmon in Newgate Prison to prevent her uncle’s plan to marry her off to a depraved duke. But to acquire her freedom there is a cost. Claire makes a wicked promise to a condemned man to give one night of wedded rights, believing she would never have to fulfill her obligation. To escape the scandal of her marriage, Claire is banished to Jamaica where she must adapt to life, far from her cherished London. Dr. Devon Blackmon innocently swept up in a rebellion against the King is unjustly sentenced and condemned to hang. Because it is more profitable to sell rebel-convicts to the colonies, Devon is transported to Jamaica where his own wife unknowingly buys him as her slave. Proud and revengeful, he despises her because she represents the same aristocracy that has enslaved him. But when called to work side by side during a plague that devastates the island he sees her in a different light, as a captivating angel and he feels uneasy. He realizes she’s neither like other aristocrats nor like any other women of his experience and he has no idea how to deal with his feelings toward her. He taunts her with her promise but a vulnerable secret Claire carries threatens to prevent even a small chance of happiness inherent in an impossible love. To survive, he escapes, believing Claire has betrayed him. He rises as the Black Devil Pirate, an outlaw with no country to call home, ruling the Caribbean, enflaming the crowned heads of Europe while swearing he will keep his beautiful treacherous wife to her promise. Their paths cross again, and he takes her captive. Yet sometime during those endless nights, his hunger for revenge fades growing into an overwhelming desire for the courageous beauty. Caught in a war between France and England, both of them are plunged into a more dangerous game. Claire is kidnapped by a dangerous French pirate. Devon must choose to give up piracy and swear his allegiance to England—to the hated aristocracy from which he has survived repeated injustices. Both must risk their lives−and their hearts. With much humor, amusing dialogue, gripping love scenes, adventure and action, the author, Elizabeth St. Michel has drawn wonderful characters in a fast-paced emotionally rewarding tale of love lost and retribution. The Winds of Fate is electrifying and breathtaking. Read it and judge for yourself!

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  • Historical Romance Review

    I absolutely loved this book ! It is well written with particular attention paid to the detail to the era and scenes of the story line ! It made me laugh in places,cry in places and wait for the next chapter to begin with anticipation . It is suspenseful and full of romance ,even if it is hard fought and even harder to trust for the people involved. I loved the couple involved,Claire and Devon. She asks him to marry her while he is waiting to be hung while in New Gate Prison I hated to put it down and even hated for it to end. It was my privilege to read this book and do a review. I cannot wait to read more from this author !

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    Kathleen Woodiwisz wrote this same asic plot in herbook Shana,

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