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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0671873164
ISBN-13: 9780671873165
Sku: 30111551
Publish Date: 2/14/2003
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 3.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  309
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Struggling to escape painful memories of her divorce, Phoebe Turlow travels to a Caribbean island, once the home of notorious pirate Duncan Rourke, only to find herself journeying back in time and coming face to face with the dashing and tormented marauder. Reissue. *Author: Miller, Linda Lael *Publication Date: 1996/04/01 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 0.75 *Width: 3.25 *Height: 6.75
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Phoebe needs to forget about her divorce, but she can't foresee what awaits her on Paradise Island. Duncan Rourke is known to historians as "the pirate patriot". He's been dead for two centuries--until Phoebe steps into a run-down island hotel, and into his world. Neither Phoebe nor her pirate can envision the glorious adventure that is about to unfold.
Recently divorced and recently fired, Phoebe Turlow travels to Paradise Island, where she suddenly finds herself in 1780, face-to-face with Duncan Rourke. Rourke, a pirate and patriot, is being hunted by the British pirate Jacques Mornault. Phoebe becomes pregnant, and must help Duncan against Mornault.
Author Bio
Linda Lael Miller
Best known for her romance novels set in the American old west, Linda Lael Miller was raised in the small wilderness town of Northport, Washington. Her first novel, FLETCHER'S WOMAN, was published in 1983, and she is also the author of such popular works as THE LAST CHANCE CAFE, MY OUTLAW, and TWO BROTHERS. Miller maintains a scholarship foundation which offers financial aid to "women who seek to better their lot in life through education."


Romantic Times
In an attempt to forget the pain of her divorce, Phoebe Turlow takes a trip to a Caribbean island that was once the home of "the patriot pirate," Duncan Rourke. Though the island isn't quite the paradise she'd hoped it would be, Duncan's history fascinates Phoebe.| Through a "magical" elevator, Phoebe finds herself face to face with her fantasy pirate. Convinced that this strange woman is a British spy, Duncan watches Phoebe closely. Banished by his family for following the rebel cause and supporting the revolution, Duncan plays many a reckless game.| With her knowledge of the future, Phoebe convinces Duncan that she is not a spy, but the truth is more frightening for her to face. She has fallen in love with a man centuries older than she and whose tormented soul drives him toward his own untimely death. | Defying fate for a chance at love, Phoebe is able to reach across the chasm of time to keep Duncan alive, but what are the chances that they will be able to stay together?| "Pirates" is a heartwarming time-travel tale with that special Linda Lael Miller touch. Love, hope, redemption and belief in magic transcend the pages of this glorious little novel to whisk the readers away on a cloud of joy. June/1996

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0309
Product attributePublisher:   Pocket Books
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