About “On the Wings of Lir”:
In the time of Queen Victoria, the invention of airships has brought about a resurgence in piracy. Of all the buccaneers who sail the skies, pillaging merchant airships, the worst is Patrick Kelly, captain of the Wings of Lir. When fate lands Captain Kelly in Hugh Edwards’s path, the young lieutenant can’t believe his luck. He’s determined to capture the pirate…but finds himself caught instead.
About Cross Bones:
Ahoy, me proud beauty, shiver me timbers! I ask ye to sail me jollyboat on the high seas, lubber, but will ye dare to accept? On offer be a pirate’s life full of danger and risk, and not just to yer neck, but to yer very virgin heart! There’s many a bodice to be ripped–or perhaps I should say many a codpiece to be snapped–and should ye be graced enough to cross bones with a corsair, don’t be an addlepate! Heave ho, lad, handsomely, and show him how ye bury yer treasure!
Pirates didn’t only sail the high seas in historical times. Modern-day renegades and futuristic rebels are just as ripe for adventure and plunder. No matter the time, place, or circumstances, bad boys steal affection as often as they salvage treasure, and in these stories of romance, a rogue’s black heart always conceals a center of gold.
Captain Merric by Rebecca Cohen
Rough Trade by Cooper West
Touched by the West Wind by Ellen Holiday
The Winds of Change by Maggie Lee
My Hand in Yours by Emily Moreton
Ghost of Jupiter by Jana Denardo
The Golden Galleon by K.R. Foster
Objectivity by K.J. Johnson
Worth the Price by Cornelia Grey
Peter and the Lost Boys by Juan Kenobi
Officer and a Gentleman Pirate by E.S. Douglas
On the Wings of Lir by Riley Shane
From a Simmer to a Burn by B. Snow
Irish Red by MJ O’Shea
Black John by Piper Vaughn