Abigail Livingston writes clean and short historical Regency fiction stories. Her Christian characters are often confronted with greed, jealousy, and romance similar to conflict in British historical literature.
Sir Rowland Seabrook, a notorious maritime pirate, who takes no sides, turns into a spy for the British when told to spy on an American Duchess disguised as an innkeeper running an American spy ring.
Who can be trusted? Can Seabrook do his job or will he fall for the Duchess and become a traitor?
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