Captain Judah Gallant always did his country's bidding, no matter what it was. When President Jefferson required Gallant's services to harass Napoleon's ships in the Caribbean under the guise of a privateer, the bitter war hero agreed.
Beautiful Dominique Charbonneau, born on the island of Guadeloupe, was an impoverished member of the French aristocracy. In order to win her beloved brother's freedom from imprisonment she agreed to lure the ruthless pirate Gallant into a trap that would seal his destruction. But when Dominique stowed away aboard his ship, she found herself touched by the gentle, yet tormented, man behind the black heart. Forced to make an impossible decision, Dominique had sworn to save her brother -- even if it meant sacrificing a glorious love she might never know again.
This paperback book is in good condition with several light spine creases and a heavy reader's crease.