From the moment she met Captain Jean Bouclaire on the banks of the mighty Mississippi, Gabrielle Gallant felt her imagination - and her innocent heart - stirred by the sun-bronzed and dangerously handsome seafarer. And when he swept her into his arms, it hardly seemed to matter that he was a smuggler by trade . . . until the day he drew his sword in a duel that went tragically awry. Suddenly the bold privateer Gabrielle desired beyond all reason was a man on the run with a price on his head. Now it will take a miracle to bring them together . . . or the courage of a woman who will risk everything to be with the man she loves.
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