Another snippet from Bound by Decency, my debut historical that I am over-the-moon delighted to share with all of you!


Cain shrugged off Drake’s hand. “What is the purpose of a watch if the crew’s eyes are closed?”

Drake flung his arm to the rail and the sea beyond. “Look around you! We haven’t seen a ship in weeks. Do you fear The Flying Dutchman?”



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7 Responses so far.

  1. Great six, Claire. I sense a bit of humor in this character! Well done. :)

  2. I'm intrigued. Great six to pull the reader in to want to know more. The Flying Dutchman-- hmm...

  3. Hahaha, love the sarcasm, Claire. Fun six. :)

  4. Love the six!

  5. Very nice light humorous touch. Great six.

  6. so, curious if they do see the ghost ship soon!!

  7. Thanks all! I'm so glad you enjoyed this one! Yes, there's quite a bit of humor in Bound by Decency. I had a LOT of fun writing this one.

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