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The Pearl Diver’s Song

What could be worse than discovering your soul-mate during an identity crisis?

Miss Persephone Dortmund’s short life veered in an unexpected direction, due to the actions of a disagreeable neighbor. She found refuge as a nurse and companion to her distant cousin, Lady Isobelle Harrington. Soon after, she discovered fate made a terrible match maker. An alliance with Lady Isobelle’s intimidating cousin seemed both imprudent and impossible.

Viscount Edward Harrington felt as if his soul had been electrified by desire, but the timing was not ideal. Clandestinely serving king and country in the midst of a war, he was not free to pursue his one true love; until another family tragedy brought him home for good. Having one’s destined mate under the same roof should provide a distinct advantage. Only Percy’s previous experience, with the Marquess of Ellsworth, complicated Edward’s courtship.

(91,590 Words) Book Two   Ebook ISBN 978-1-7348274-3-9  Reflowable & Fixed EPUBs – Choose reflowable for small screens & e-readers (not Kindle compatible)   All sales are final

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The Sons of the Griffin Clan are the guardians of rare treasures. But what is their definition of treasure?

treasure according to Merriam-Webster

 (Entry 1 of 2)

1a(1)wealth (such as money, jewels, or precious metals) stored up or hoarded/buried treasure

(2)wealth of any kind or in any form RICHES

ba store of money in reserve

2something of great worth or value also a person esteemed as rare or precious

3a collection of precious things

treasure

verb

treasuredtreasuring\ ˈtre-​zh(ə-​)riŋ  , ˈtrā-​ \

Definition of treasure (Entry 2 of 2)

transitive verb

1to hold or keep as precious CHERISHPRIZE she treasured those memories

2to collect and store up (something of value) for future use HOARD

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