Duty forces him to take on the pirate code, but honor brings him back.
Prudence, Duchess of Blackmoor, has one desire—to be happy again. After struggling to overcome the horrifying death of her husband, she accepts an earl’s offer of marriage, confident she’s taking a step in the right direction. But demons, refuse to die, and Prudence finds herself caught in an intricate web of deceit that threatens the very foundations of all she holds dear.
Tobias, the Duke of Blackmoor, crosses the line when an assassination attempt on him fails. To restore the reputations of friends under attack by the same villain, and ensure his wife’s safety, he stages his own death, becoming The Black Regent, a notorious pirate bent on brandishing justice, never thinking he’d survive. But to his amazement, he has, and now the darkest-kept secrets are not worth losing the duchess his wife has become.
About the Author
Bestselling Historical romance author Katherine Bone has been passionate about history since she had the opportunity to travel to various Army bases, castles, battlegrounds, and cathedrals as an Army brat turned officer's wife. Now she lives in the south where she writes about rogues, rebels and rakes, aka pirates, lords, captains, duty, honor, and country and the happily-ever-afters every alpha male and damsel deserve.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good Always VS. Evil !. True love surpasses all.! Sacrifice is hope and strength!. Enjoy!
I liked the story and characters of the Pirate's Duchess . Just 100 pages novella , but it complete with actions , backgrounds and secrets , love and friendship. G.K.
3.5 stars I enjoyed this short story but wish the author had written a book starting with them meeting or their marriage and ending where this one does. Even though they often mentioned the past, I wanted more details. That being said, for a quick evening read it's good. I plan to read the next one in this series.