The Captain's Lady
By Louise M. Gouge
(Harlequin, Mass Market Paperback, 9780373828326, 288pp.)
Publication Date: March 16, 2010
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Captain James Templeton's orders from General Washington are clear. His target: Lord Bennington, a member of George III's Privy Council. The assignment: find Bennington's war plans. The risks: the future of the East Florida Colony, Jamie's life…and his heart. In spite of the dangers of their hopeless situation, he's fallen in love with Lady Marianne Moberly, Lord Bennington's daughter.
Desperate to protect his country, Jamie carries out his orders with a heavy heart. But Marianne's persistence is a challenge he never expected. With love and faith, they must navigate troubled waters to win their future together.
Louise M. Gouge writes Nineteenth-Century historical romance and women’s fiction. Married to David for 44 years, she is mother of four adult children and grandmother of six remarkable children. With a BA in Creative Writing and a master's degree in Liberal Studies, Louise teaches composition and humanities at Valencia Community College in Kissimmee, Florida, and has her own freelance copyediting business.
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