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By Year of Publication, Malory-Anderson Family Series, Regency England

1990 (December), Gentle Rogue

Her heart trampled and torn, innocent Georgina Anderson was desperate to return home to America. Leaving her sorrows on England’s shores, she defiantly boarded the “gentleman’s ship” Maiden Anne” disguised as a cabin boy- never dreaming she’d be forced into intimate servitude to the irrepressible rake Captain James Malory.

A handsome ex-pirate, the black sheep of a proud and tempestuous family, Malory swore no woman alive would entice him to matrimony.

But on the high seas, he would be bested by a high-spirited beauty whose love of freedom and adventure rivaled his own . . . and by an inescapable tidal wave of passion that threatened to engulf them both.

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7 thoughts on “1990 (December), Gentle Rogue

  1. Awards:
    1998 AAR Top 100 Romances #56
    1998 AAR Top 100 Romances #83

    Posted by erumelmo | August 12, 2008, 1:32 am
  2. Here’s a little Q and A I thought everyone might enjoy with JL
    Q. Who is your favorite fictional hero?
    A. James Malory

    http://authors.simonandschuster.com/Johanna-Lindsey/18227659/author_revealed

    Posted by Viking Princess | June 20, 2010, 8:05 pm
    • He’s my favorite too. It’s that totally masculine, strength, arrogance, dangerous side blending with that sweet, tender, loving side. It is a thrill in the book and in real life. I had to find a man like James even down to the name. Thanks JL, you spoiled me for any other man at 16. LOL!!

      Posted by Stacy Hanson | October 16, 2011, 8:05 am
  3. hi there, do you have the link for me to be able to read this on-line?

    thanks !!

    Posted by shuffle168 | May 13, 2011, 10:13 pm
  4. does anyone know how many children they ended up with? she was expecting in the present but never mentioned what she had in the newer books, or the family tree.

    Posted by janie smith | April 21, 2012, 5:12 am

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