A Buccaneer at Heart (The Adventurers Quartet)

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In this novel of Regency-era passion and intrigue, adventure abounds as Captain Robert Frobisher sets sail to Freetown, West Africa in search of information about a slaver’s camp. Romance blossoms in the jungle heat when he meets Aileen Hopkins, in search of her brother who has disappeared under suspicious circumstances.

A Buccaneer at Heart is the second book of The Adventurers Quartet by Stephanie Laurens, following the Frobisher family as they find love and adventure in unexpected places. This book fits neatly into it’s place in the series, furthering the overarching plot into the next book, as well as telling the story of Robert and Aileen. They are a strong couple, strikingly matched, with the type of thing you’d expect from this type of novel: he’s dark and ruggedly handsome and she’s determined and feisty. Circumstances force them together, but hearts will not be denied.

Romance readers will likely find much to enjoy in this overall satisfying read. Robert and Aileen are a dynamic couple, with plenty of passion and daring-do. A solid addition to the romantic genre.

Chris Hayden

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Author Laurens, Stephanie
Star Count 3.5/5
Format Mass
Page Count 400 pages
Publisher Mira
Publish Date 26-Apr-2016
ISBN 9780778318781
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Issue May 2016
Category Romance


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