The Pirate Hunter’s Lady (Regency Pirates #2) by Jennifer Ashley
Synopsis: James Ardmore is hunting the pirate who killed his brother’s family, and nothing will stand in his way. Not the English who want him dead, and definitely not Diana Worthing, a beautiful woman he takes the opportunity to abduct while he’s busy rescuing an American spy. Diana knows the secrets of an island called Haven, which James is determined to find. But both James and Diana are unprepared for the sparks that fly between them.
The Pirate Hunter’s Lady is the second, revised edition of the original print title: The Pirate Hunter. New in this edition: New first four chapters detailing Diana and James’s first meeting. Revised, edited body of the book. New epilogue.
Review: After book 1 in the Regency Pirates series, I was very much interested to read James’ story. I looked forward to watching his downfall to love and to find out what kind of lady would win him. I was very pleased with his story and with his lady love, Diana. Beautiful story, great chemistry between the characters, loved the plot, and Diana was an awesome heroine. The story was light and an easy read to get into. The conflict wasn’t too complicated or complex, making it a light, enjoyable read. I loved the island of Haven and getting to see where James grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. Jennifer Ashley’s re-release of this story with her additions made for a great story. I look forward to Honoria’s story next.