A New Historical Romance Novel: Love Captured

Posted: January 15, 2021 in Announcements, Recommended Reading, Showcase

A mother tells her daughter, Emmeline, where her destiny lies.  She sets her sights towards Liverpool, England.  She is kind and innocent.  However, not everyone she encounters is.   Can she trust the duke with her secret?

It is the 18th century. Emmeline’s mother dies after leaving her a clue about her possible future based on her biracial heritage. Emmeline abandons the wealthy estate in North Carolina. She stows away on a cargo brig set for England. A seaman, William escorts her to the shantytown of 18th century Liverpool. A rebellious aristocrat ventures to the unsavory neighborhood. He attempts to befriend her. She initially refuses. Emmeline seeks assistance from a benevolent society. After initial reluctance, Emmeline courts the marquis who eventually announces their engagement. His mother plots with Lady Edna to be rid of Emmeline. Emmeline still attempts to reveal the secret of her heritage while the marquis still seeks her hand in marriage. 

Book Details:

Book Title:  Love Captured
Genre:  Romance
Release date:   September 27, 2020

About the Author

Patricia M. Muhammad is an American fiction author of crossover contemporary romance/science fiction, science fiction/fantasy, mystery/detective and historical romance genres. She has currently written 19 novels.

Before penning fiction, Patricia emerged as an international legal history scholar and academic author, focusing on human rights, international law and restorative justice. She has currently written and published a combination of 21 research papers and academic book reviews in these subject areas. Her work has appeared in the American University International Law Review, Columbia Journal of Race and Law, the Willamette Journal of International Law and Public Policy as well as the New York History Journal. Her non-fiction writing has been cited dozens of times in various respectable academic journals.

Her poem, ‘Uncertainty’ appeared in the April 2020 issue of WritersTalk.

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