The third novel in the captivating Brides Trilogy, in which three unconventional young women vow they will never marry—only to be overtaken by destiny.
One moment Lady Olivia Granville is strolling along a path, her nose buried in a tome of Greek philosophy; the next she is plunging down a rocky cliff. When she regains consciousness, she is naked and unwittingly trapped on a pirate ship. Her captor, though, is no ordinary pirate. Wickedly handsome, disturbingly mysterious, the grey-eyed master of the Wind Dancer is both a physician and an artist, and admits to making his living from the sea.
Most disconcerting of all, when he turns his glittering eyes on her, he sees not the stammering, hopelessly bookish young girl Olivia has always been, but a passionate, beautiful woman who can, if she chooses, embark on the adventure and the love of a lifetime.
Don’t miss the other novels in Jane Feather’s captivating Brides Trilogy: THE HOSTAGE BRIDE | THE ACCIDENTAL BRIDE | THE LEAST LIKELY BRIDE
Jane Feather is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of Almost a Bride, The Wedding Game, The Bride Hunt, The Bachelor List, Kissed by Shadows, To Kiss a Spy, The Widow’s Kiss, The Least Likely Bride, The Accidental Bride,… More about Jane Feather
A Valentine Wedding: "A fast-paced book that will keep the reader entertained." —Rocky Mountain News
The Hostage Bride: "The first in Jane Feather’s ‘Bride’ trilogy is a feather in her cap and one of her best stories ever." —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Silver Rose: "Well-written and fast-moving–entertaining." —Booklist
"Feather’s writing style is spirited and her plot is well-paced." —Publishers Weekly
Vice: "Vice offers everything from sensual romantic scenes to hilarious misadventures to an exposition on the problems facing ladies of the evening in the mid-18th century….Readers will love it." —The Brazosport Facts
Violet: "Great fun–Feather’s well-paced plot generates lots of laughs, steamy sex and high adventure, as well as some wryly perceptive commentary on the gender stereotypes her heroine so flagrantly defies." —Publishers Weekly
Valentine: "Four out of four stars…Valentine…comes much closer to the Austen spirit than any of the pseudo-sequels that have been proliferating lately." —Detroit Free Press
Vixen: "Vixen is worth taking to bed….Feather’s last book, Virtue, was good, but this one is even better." —USA Today
Virtue: "Jane Feather is an accomplished storyteller….The result–a rare and wonderful battle-of-the-sexes story that will delight both historical and Regency readers." —Daily News of Los Angeles