Captured Dreams

Captured Dreams May McGoldrick returns with the latest in a trilogy about love and the birth of a nation Portia Edwards will go to any length to find the family she s never known And when she meets merchant Pierce Pe

  • Title: Captured Dreams
  • Author: May McGoldrick
  • ISBN: 9780451210777
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • May McGoldrick returns with the latest in a trilogy about love and the birth of a nation Portia Edwards will go to any length to find the family she s never known And when she meets merchant Pierce Pennington, a staunch but secretive Son of Liberty, Portia has the perfect chance to ask for his help But her stubborn pride keeps her silent That is, until she recognizeMay McGoldrick returns with the latest in a trilogy about love and the birth of a nation Portia Edwards will go to any length to find the family she s never known And when she meets merchant Pierce Pennington, a staunch but secretive Son of Liberty, Portia has the perfect chance to ask for his help But her stubborn pride keeps her silent That is, until she recognizes her strong attraction to the brave man who, by night, is known as the infamous Captain MacHeath, smuggling arms by sea under the pall of darkness all in the name of liberty

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    1. Good Read! This story starts in Boston, prior to the start of the Revolution, yet the insurrections, had begun. I love Pierce, who is from Scotland, the reason, I deducted one star, is, he should be addressed as Lord Pierce, his father was an Earl, he is still in line to inhereit, unless his older brother has a son. Then we have Portia, strong minded, acts before she thinks it through. She finds her Mother, that she never knew, in a British Admiral's home, his daughter, who he keeps drugged, for [...]

    2. OkayI am a huge fan of the authors and normally I love their work. This installment falls flat, especially after the promising first installment. Portia is a headstrong spoiled young woman who seldom thinks of others in her likeminded selfish pursuit of her aim to 'reclaim a mother who is drugged out of her mind and then miraculous recovers her senses and sight. The hero is a little better but it is tough to see a smart man fall for such a stupid chit unless he is blinded by lust. This one you c [...]

    3. This book was not as good as book one, although it was a good book. Once again, I think May did an excellent job on the characters. I really liked Pierce and Portia. My problem with the book was that is was quite dull and would drag on in some parts. The book really began to get even more interesting when they reached Scotland, but that is where less took place. The ending felt rushed. I would recommend this book and book one to others. I believe this book could be a stand alone, but I recommend [...]

    4. Portia discovers that the mother she never knew is in Boston and she is determined to meet her. But she scares her mother when she climbs a balcony to her to her. Pierce helps her to get away without being seen. But then he uses her to escape a British army officer searching for a smuggler. Many misunderstandings and stubbornness leads to a very interesting book.

    5. Romance, Mystery, & a Reluctant HeroI loved this story, following the challenges and secrets in the times before the Boston Tea Party in Boston. A hidden daughter, whose illegitimate daughter has a very strong mind, a reluctant loyal Captain - all these threads are woven together with history in a very satisfying story. Whew!! Highly recommended.

    6. My first book by the author and I absolutely loved it. From the time Millicent and Lyon came face to face you could tell this was going to be an awesome read!! Lyon who is an invalid trying to recoup from an accident that left both his legs and right arm useless. Millicent who had an abusive first marriage agreed to marry Lyon knowing that she would not have a real marriage. There is so much that transpires during this novel, I just wished I knew what happened to Violet, Millicent's Lady's maid? [...]

    7. Not as sweet as the first book and it lacked the ensemble cast, but did spend more time on the hero and heroine's relationship. It was still a cute story and gave me the nice happy feeling I hope to get from a romance novel. The e-book version also has way too many typos that they were distracting since the authors do try to make the dialogue and sentences suit the time period more closely than other novels might. Another point off for the rushed ending, but overall I enjoyed it and am looking f [...]

    8. Long drawn out rom book, nice to include a lot of history, but kind of on the long side of things and then 10 pages left, he asks her to marry him she says yes and bam end of story. don't like those endingsdraw out the relationship more after marriage!

    9. Loved itCan't wait to find out who pushed Emma, I'm loving this family. Great stories about 3 brothers, and the women they love.

    10. Loved it but was looking for finishing the loose ends of the first one luckily they said will be in the third book. Will read it soon.

    11. Portia is looking for her family, Meets Pierce a merchant who resembles Captain MacHeath who smuggles arms in the name of Liberty.

    12. I definitely liked the first book better but I enjoyed this one as well. Portia is a total spitfire. I can't wait to see who David, the youngest brother, is matched with.

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