In national bestselling author Beverly Jenkins' Destiny series, the Yates men play hard and live hard. And when they find that special woman, they fall hard ...Noah Yates fully believes in the joys of a happy family and a good wife. But that's not the life for him. No, he would much rather sail the wild seas in search of adventure, not tied down. But then the unthinkable happens ...he finds himself literally tied down. To a bed. By a woman. And Pilar isn't just an ordinary woman. She's descended from pirates. And after giving him one of the worst nights of his life, she steals his ship! Now Noah is on the hunt, and he'll stop at nothing to find this extraordinary woman ...and make her his.
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 104.14 x 167.64 x 30.48mm | 90.72g
- 28 Oct 2014
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- AVON BOOKS
- New York, United States
"Each book by Jenkins is better than the last." -- Romantic Times BOOKclub "Jenkins is a gifted storyteller who knows how to bring special spark and sass to romance." -- Romantic Times BOOKclub Material in the genre of African-American historical romance is not plentiful, but Jenkins is the pre-eminent voice. She delivers another gem with this first in her new Destiny series. -- Romantic Times BOOKclub praise for DESTINY'S EMBRACE "A story like non other, and done in a way that only Beverly Jenkins can do. Simply superb!" -- Brenda Jackson, New York Times bestselling author "Appealing, well-depicted characters, zippy dialog, intriguing snippets of California history, and a quickly paced plot make this refreshing multicultural Western a rewarding read." -- Library Journal
About Beverly Jenkins
Beverly Jenkins has received numerous awards, including five Waldenbooks/Borders Group Best Sellers Awards, two Career Achievement Awards from Romantic Times Magazine, and a Golden Pen Award from the Black Writer's Guild. Ms. Jenkins was named one of the Top Fifty Favorite African-American writers of the 20th century by AABLC, the nation's largest on-line African-American book club. She was recently nominated for the NAACP Image Award in Literature.