New Release: Muir Bhreatan

Aedan O’ Loinsigh’s only love beyond the sea is his Kaitlin. Captured, he uses his knowledge of the seas to get back to his love.

Boy I’ve been waiting for this day. I mean … PIRATES! When I first started writing this, the most important thing was to research when piracy was at his infancy. The golden age of piracy was in the 18th century and more ruckus happened in the 15th century. So, as a whole, the 17th century was a bit calm but the tolerance of piracy was wearing thin. The Royal Navy certainly didn’t tolerate it but they were a bit outnumbered. Barbary Corsairs ran amuck during this time period. Slavery was their chief means of income. They raided Europe for slaves and auctioned them off in North Africa.

So using this bit of research, I formulated the idea of two brothers whose family lineage is pirating. One is a bed hopper and the other has one woman he loves. I sprinkled in a man with ties to the Barbary Corsairs and a vendetta. The whole plot took twists and turns even I didn’t expect. The love stories within, though, were an emotionally charged rollercoaster. I hope you enjoy reading it as I did writing it.

muirbhreatan_600x900Liberators of gold from the British on the high seas, Aedan O’ Loinsigh and his brother have never shied away from a challenge on the open waters. Aedan’s only tie to solid ground is the lovely Kaitlin who possesses him like no other. When the brothers are captured and awaiting execution, a mysterious man offers to free them if they pay off their debt aboard his ship. The brothers waste no time in agreeing to the proposal only to find their new lives are not much better than those of slaves. Desperate to reach Kaitlin again, Aedan must figure out a way to save not only the other indentured servants aboard the ship but get back to his true love. Salvation could come at a price. One that Aedan will have to live with for the rest of his life.


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