More than 200 years ago privateers and spies roamed the Long Island shores As a child, Heather Adams grew up on the East end of the island, daydreaming about these events. The result is her premier novel, On Angels Wings. She now resides in Delaware, where she writes full time. Star crossed lovers, Duke Monroe Enderby who fancies himself an adventurer like his hero Odysseus, and Angela Anderson, an equally adventuresome girl, find themselves on opposite sides of the Atlantic, separated by scorned servant Polly. Monroe begins his own twenty year Odyssey before he can be reunited with his beloved. In 1755 Angela Anderson’s father dies and turns her life upside down. After fi nding that she is a lord’s bastard and then being sold to a brothel, she leaves her home and meets Duke Monroe Enderby. He marries her unbeknownst to all but a blind man of God and after becoming pregnant with Monroe’s child, Angela decides to leave Enderby Hall to protect Monroe’s family name. Helped by scheming servant Polly who covets Monroe for herself, Angela escapes to Gray Corners, a solitary place where all noblemen send their pregnant mistresses. After spending ten heartbroken years there, she and her son Weylin travel to America where the Revolutionary War is getting ready to break out. Her troubles really begin when the British plot to kidnap her in an attempt to stop her son from helping the Sons of Liberty! Actual history is interwoven to give On Angels Wings an adventuresome spirit as well as the romance that three continents, two wars and twenty years cannot kill.