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Beneath The Water's Edge
     

Beneath The Water's Edge

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by Jennifer Bray-Weber
 

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Elyssa Calhoun Montgomery had been willing to do anything to keep her father from debt, including following her new husband to the Caribbean-–dressed as a lad. But she never dreamed she’d become widowed so quickly, or that she’d come face to face with a fearsome pirate who expects her to fight like a man. Captured and her identity exposed, she doesn’t know what’s

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Elyssa Calhoun Montgomery had been willing to do anything to keep her father from debt, including following her new husband to the Caribbean-–dressed as a lad. But she never dreamed she’d become widowed so quickly, or that she’d come face to face with a fearsome pirate who expects her to fight like a man. Captured and her identity exposed, she doesn’t know what’s worse, being locked alone in a pirate captain’s quarters or experiencing an unsettling attraction toward him.

Captain Bran Blackthorn has grown weary of the pirating trade and seeks a King’s Pardon for his crew. Unfortunately, the man who could sign a reprieve, his half-brother Governor Flynn, would rather see him dead. When the gods—or the devil—bestows an angel to his spoils, he sees an opportunity to force a pardon with her ransom. Never mind his beautiful pawn has bewitched him, filling him with a desire to press his body against hers, capture her mouth in a searing kiss, and brand her as his own.

But when Bran’s enemies seek vengeance, Elyssa becomes entangled in their deadly game and Bran faces the gallows. Can they cheat death and save each other? Or will they be dragged...

Beneath The Water’s Edge

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014024259
Publisher:
Jennifer Bray-Weber
Publication date:
02/09/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
160
File size:
326 KB

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Meet the Author

Jennifer Bray-Weber has always wished for real life to mimic fantastical tales of adventure, especially those of the high seas. Holding two degrees, one in Music and Video Business, the other in Liberal Arts, she continued her higher education, that is, until a professor challenged her to further express her creative talents and write a novel. Never one to back down from a dare, her passion led to writing stories of pirates, with her debut novel Upon A Moonlit Sea among the 2009 Golden Heart historical finalists.

Though she hopes to one day live out her life as an island goddess somewhere in the Caribbean, Jennifer currently lives in her native state of Texas with her husband and two daughters.

For more information on Jennifer and her upcoming releases, please visit her website at www.jbrayweber.com.

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Beneath The Water's Edge 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
mdohno More than 1 year ago
Wow! What a wonderful romantic adventure filled with exciting action, twists, heart jerking emotions, angst and best of all romance. I didn’t want to put it down! The characters and descriptions were so vivid drawn, the storyline absolutely captivating. This is one I will read again and again. I so hated to see this book end. A Great Read!
lovepirates More than 1 year ago
This book is packed with adventure, sensual tension that had me sweating, conflict, danger, an independent, fiery heroine and a HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT, mega-alpha male, pirate hero. I WANT to be Bran's girl! I found this story to be emotionally engaging and the ending satisfying, my only regret was that I couldn't keep on reading. I fell in love with Elyssa and Bran. A wonderfully written tale that will not dissapoint!!!! Well done!
JeneratedReviews More than 1 year ago
Beneath The Water's Edge is a nice addition to Jennifer Bray-Weber's Romancing the Pirate collection. This was a well-rounded novella. As can be expected with this author background characters, many of whom that have appeared in her other works, were further developed in this continuation of her richly detailed pirate world. There was an excellent rapport between the hero and heroine and the passion, action and lively dialog that readers have come to expect from this author's work were present in full force.
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