By Elizabeth Reyes
After one heartache too many, Valerie Zuniga vows to by no means enable Alex Moreno harm her back. A 12 months later, she is compelled to reunite with him at a celebration the place one unforeseen scorching kiss tells her she’s faraway from over him. No method will she let herself to get sucked again into that torment. She’ll withstand him no matter if that implies utilizing the only factor that’ll cease Alex useless in his tracks: one other guy. Alex is coming off one of many worst years of his existence. He spent lots time wallowing in self-pity, he by no means learned how a lot he’d neglected Valerie. that's, until eventually that kiss. Now, he’s made up our minds to get her again a technique or one other, and no different guy will stand in his means. specifically after learning that Valerie can be at risk, a threat he blames himself for.
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Introduction This is a work of fiction, not history. Fully aware of the irritation it may cause some historians of the period, I have made appear simultaneous events in the lives of Captain William Bligh and the man who led the mutiny against him on the Bounty, Lieutenant Fletcher Christian, which did, in fact, occur some years apart. I have done this – consciously – for several reasons. For the fictional book it is intended to be, it makes for ease of narrative. I hope, too, that it enables me to highlight the conflicting characters of the two men.
Quintal moved swiftly, the key already in his hand. Now the positive commitment to crime, realised Christian, as Quintal swung the lid up off the chest. Fletcher Christian, proud son of an even prouder family, second-in-command of a ship engaged upon an expedition that had the interest of King George III himself, assured before he was fifty of an admiral’s flag, had become a mutineer. For the briefest moment, his resolve wavered. A mutineer, he thought again. And made so because of a man who slept not fifty feet away and had driven him to the point of despair.
Not that anything was likely to arise on this stifling night that could cause any trouble. Stewart had been right; the ship was scarcely making headway. Matthew Quintal and Isaac Martin came towards him, expectantly. They were tattooed, too, Christian knew. Quintal had his ass covered in pictures, copying the idea when he knew that Christian had had it done. It had taken them both a week before they could sit down again. ‘Coil the loose lines,’ instructed Christian, brusquely. ’ Both Quintal and Martin had suffered from Bligh, Christian remembered.