A pirate and a high-born maiden, brought together by a legendary sword....
Dashing French pirate Jean-Philippe Beauvisage revels in a life of complete freedom...until the night at a ball in Georgian London, when a Russian beauty quietly steals his heart.
Heartbroken Antonia Varyshkova, who has lost her parents and her home in a St. Petersburg fire, stops in London en route to a new life with her brother in America. When her arrogant ship's captain, Tobias Ormond, insists that she attend a ball with him, Antonia reluctantly agrees.
The instant connection between Jean-Philippe and Antonia is soul-deep, but it seems that there cannot be a future for them. She sails off to America and he returns to his corsair's life at sea...until an ancient Roman sword which may be cursed forces Beauvisage to chase down the very ship carrying the woman he loves.
Take to the high seas with Jean-Philippe Beauvisage as he plots to capture his lady and win her heart of fragile stars.
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Exciting, Romantic, Dramatic.
How to answer this without giving spoilers, hmm? OK well one of the memorable moments was after Antonia was rescued and she discovered who her hero was.
I can't say without giving spoilers, but suffice to say that it was between Antonia and Jean-Phillipe.
Yes a few actually, but again I can't say which without giving spoilers.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable short story full of drama, passion, magic, danger and intrigue. The narration was great, with Tim having to do a variety of accents. His normal narrative voice is smooth and enjoyable to listen to, his cockney accent is fun, his Russian accent good, apart from the occasional moment when I thought he sounded like the Count from Sesame Street lol, but his French was suave and sexy especially when he is speaking to Antonio as the Captain. A wonderful achievement to manage all the voice characterisation and to do it so well.
- DragonRose UK