New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood takes breathless sensuality to thrilling heights in this unforgettable adventure of passion and intrigue. The Emerald flew across the seas, carrying the pirate Pagan -- despised by the ton, whose riches he plundered, and beloved by the poor, whose... show more
New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood takes breathless sensuality to thrilling heights in this unforgettable adventure of passion and intrigue. The Emerald flew across the seas, carrying the pirate Pagan -- despised by the ton, whose riches he plundered, and beloved by the poor, whose plight was eased by his gifts. The Marquess of Cainewood vows to hunt down the pirate wretch in revenge for his brother's death. But when Jade, an enchanting vision of rippling red hair and eyes of jewel-green, appears at his door to beg desperately for his protection, the Marquess agrees to keep her safe from the villains who want her dead. Jade is infuriating, exasperating, and gorgeous; Caine is noble, strong-willed, and powerful. No woman has ever befuddled him so, nor so deeply aroused his desire. But as Jade answers his knowing caresses with an innocent, wild abandon, they are drawn into a web of treachery that will test the very heart of their love!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 1990
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Romantic Suspense
, Regency Romance
Series: Crown's Spies (#2)
Guardian Angel started out really well. It moved very fast and intrigued me. The love, the relationship development, and the back story were all good. But, around the mid-point, things went downhill. The book should have ended by page 150 because beyond the mid-point, the book dragged pointlessly. I...
I realize it was published originally in 1990 - almost 25 years ago - but I believe the problems with this novel are not due to the era in which the text was written but actually are problems of structure. It's out of balance in its characterization and plotting. At the beginning of the book, the ...
I don't think everyone will, but I figured out the bad guy and the "secret" almost right away.
I am listening to the audiobook and I also have the paperback. This is my first time reading/listening to this book.At first Jade is fake ditsy but she really is odd and couldn't seem to remember if she was acting or not. I loved Christine in the Lyon's book, but this woman was irritating. She co...
Jade is taking Caine on a merry chase. Her motives are unclear as well as her end game. She's fed him lie after lie interspersed with some truth and he fell for it hook, line and sinker. Now Lyon and Christina (from The Lion's Lady are involved. Of course, Christina is convinced that Jade is Cai...