The Making of a Rogue

Shana Galen, Sourcebooks Casablanca, $6.99 mass market (352p) ISBN 978-1-4022-3867-3
Galen's final Sons of the Revolution 19th-century historical (after The Making of a Gentleman) links an admiral's daughter and a privateer in a forbidden romance. Raeven Russell is determined to avenge the death of her fiancé by killing Captain Cutlass, a French privateer sailing under the Spanish flag. After an initial scuffle, she spends a short time aboard his ship and discovers that she and the captain share a mutual attraction. She also learns his true identity: Bastien, marquis de Valere, whose aristocratic family was destroyed during the French Revolution. The highborn swashbuckling hero and the resourceful, fearless admiral's daughter make an unusual, intriguing couple, and steamy romance heats up the pages as she helps him search for a traitor. (Apr.)
Reviewed on: 02/07/2011
Release date: 04/01/2011
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