The Captain's Mermaid
Forced to leave Jamaica, where she could do as she pleased, and enter into London society, Lavinia Stewart finds an ally in Captain William Braedon Charwell who, unbeknowst to her, is embarking on his most dangerous adventure yet - winning her heart. Original.
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