Santiago's Command Santiago Silva is prepared to do whatever it takes to protect the Silva fortune from infamous femme fatale Lucy Fitzgerald. The safest place for a woman with so devastating a beauty is clear - with him! After all, without a heart to break, he's the only man who can take her on without losing himself...Breaking All His Rules Libby Marchant's first meeting with her boss goes off with a bang - into Rafael Alejandro's top-of-the-range sports car! Unpredictable and alluring Libby throws Rafael completely off kilter, and soon his 'no office relationships' policy is in imminent danger of being broken - by the boss himself! Stranded, Seduced...Pregnant The tabloids delight in branding Neve Macleod a scarlet widow, but her marriage was purely for convenience. She's still a virgin, yet no one wants to hear the truth...Until she's stranded with Italian tycoon Severo Constanza, who knows nothing of her salacious past - just that she's pure at present!
What does a shipwreck gold doubloon have to do with the murder of a seemingly ordinary insurance salesman? Famous treasure hunter, Captain Finn, with his sidekick, Phillida Jane Trent, find themselves in danger as they search for answers. It's not unexpected that a gold doubloon would be found in the waters off the east coast of Florida. After all, a whole fleet of Spanish galleons wrecked there in 1715, with cargoes of gold, silver and jewels. What is surprising, is the way in which the coin is found. The local police turn to Finn for his expertise and, before you know it, he and Finn are in the thick of the investigation, and in danger. This is the third in the Captain Finn Treasure series. Each book is a complete story.
In the course of a revised edition of my works I have come to a biographical sketch of Goldsmith, published several years since. It was written hastily, as introductory to a selection from his writings; and, though the facts contained in it were collected from various sources, I was chiefly indebted for them to the voluminous work of Mr. James Prior, who had collected and collated the most minute particulars of the poet's history with unwearied research and scrupulous fidelity; but had rendered them, as I thought, in a form too cumbrous and overlaid with details and disquisitions, and matters uninteresting to the general reader.
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