About the Book
Beth Tremayne has always been drawn to adventure. During her childhood, she fed that desire by exploring every inch of the Isles of Scilly. Now, after stumbling across an old collection of letters and a map buried on her family’s property, she’s found more adventure than she ever anticipated in the hunt for pirate treasure. But in order to discover where the clues lead, she must search alongside Lord Sheridan, a man she finds insufferable.
Sheridan has spent years pursuing whatever archaeological interests pique his imagination. And when he discovers that Beth’s search connects with one of his far-removed pirate ancestors, he can’t help getting involved. Plus, he finds her irresistible, even though she insists he stole a prized possession of hers.
As they work together following different clues and drawing closer to danger, they start to piece together a story of tragic love and piratical adventure. But which treasure will bring the greatest surprise–the one they find in each other or the one just out of their reach?
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In My Opinion
Roseanna M. White follows up her first book in The Treasures of the Isles series with a delightful tale of pirates, treasure, family, and love. To Treasure an Heiress had me hooked from the opening pages (well, really from the first book since we meet Beth and Sheridan there).
What fun it was to watch Beth’s disdain for Lord Sheridan change to like then to love. Even more fun was how Sheridan bumbled over himself around Beth. If he wasn’t saying something outright to Beth that brought a smile to my face, he was thinking it. And Beth’s quick wit keeps him on his toes.
There’s a secondary story happening which just solidifies this story overall. The twists and turns keep it interesting until the last page. White once again proves why she’s an auto-buy author for me.
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Both of these books sound so interesting to be able to read. Love the idea of treasure and also trying to get along with Lord Sheidan. Sounds like they are both amazing stories. Thanks for a chance. firstname.lastname@example.org