The Devil's Heart: A Time Travel Fantasy Romance with Pirates and Sirens

· Dark Tides Book 1 · Guardian Publishing
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Time traveling pirates and an epic romance for fans of Tricia Levenseller and Outlander!

Find the witch. Return to the future. Don’t fall in love with the devil…

When Dianna Cobham accidentally breaks an enchanted ship-in-a-bottle she’s washed away to 1707 Newfoundland and taken prisoner aboard a pirate ship captained by the infamous Devil Eyed Barrett. Dianna fights to survive by proving herself indispensable to the crew, all the while forging a secret plan to get back home.

But when Dianna learns of the Devil’s vengeful mission to seek and kill her ancestors, her hopes for returning to the future transform into an elaborate plot to save her lineage. Can she charm the Devil’s heart and change his mind before it’s too late? Or will she sacrifice herself to save the man hidden underneath it all?

Fans of OUTLANDER and PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN give praise for The Devil’s Heart! If you love time travel romance, sexy pirates, strong female leads, and addicting books, then grab this page-turner of a series today!

Other books in the Dark Tides series:

The Devil's Heart

The Pirate Queen

The Blackened Soul

The Siren's Call

The Gilded Stone

The Cursed Sea

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About the author

Candace Osmond is a #1 International and USA TODAY Bestselling Author of Fantasy Romance. She's also an Award-Winning Screenwriter and blogger. Candace resides on the rocky East Coast of Canada with her husband, two kids, and slobbery bulldog.

Corey at Majeau Designs is a Rone Award Nominated Illustrator and Book Cover Designer from Canada.

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