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The Pirate's Redemption

    The Pirate’s Redemption – Dragonblade – October 2021

    He couldn’t change the direction of the wind, instead he adjusted the sail to reach his destiny.

    After her beloved father dies, Moira MacDougall becomes chieftain of their small clan. She is tested on every level, not only by her councilors who question her every move, but also by an exiled Englishman who raids her village under the guise of a notorious pirate, Gareth Talbot.

    He wants the secret weapon Moira possesses, and will do anything to get his hands on it—including committing murder so he can give it to King Henry to prove his worthiness and be welcomed home.

    Moira will follow her destiny and do whatever is necessary to protect her clan.

    The real Gareth Talbot is through with love. His last romance did not end well. He suffered a broken heart and doesn’t trust women.

    Humiliated, Gareth goes to sea and becomes a captain for MacAlpin, the pirate king. When raids along the Scottish coast are blamed on him, he seeks revenge. Nothing less than death will do.

    Moira and Gareth are on different missions, but seek the same goal. Can they work together and eliminate their greatest enemy, and in the process, find the one thing they didn’t know they were searching for, true love?

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“Ruth A. Casie’s enjoyable tale about love, traitors, and redemption makes for a gratifying read for anyone to relish!”
~ InD’tale Review

Barbara M –Goodreads Review Ruth A Casie has provided us with another wonderful pirate adventure where eliminating their enemy might lead to more that justice for the clan.

Maggie W – Goodreads Review A great story full of action from the first page, very addictive and enjoyable.

The plot moves at a steady pace consistently through the story and never feels as if the reader is being rushed towards the end. The realistic dialogue really adds another level to this novel and transports the reader from the open sea to the land of Scotland. The only negative one would have to acknowledge about this wonderful story is that it has to end! – JG InD’tale