Blackheart Ch 10 – the one where Ana gets horny and makes plans to find Blackheart


Moving quickly through the room, her hands were shaking as she fingered the locket. She had taken it upon herself to try to elicit the whereabouts of Blackheart from the villagers and although no one had been entirely forthcoming, there were snippets of information that Ana was currently turning over in her head. She had dropped into the inn to see Madame Fleur and the innkeeper had shared her knowledge of the trouble spots on the coast road with regards to recent smuggling activities. Ana had asked under the guise of keeping herself safe on her rides. Now crossing to the to the large map table, Ana studied the map Christian had in the library of the local area. Having considered Madame Fleur’s advice she had determined the two most likely places to find Captain Blackheart.

Ana traced the line of the coast road with her finger, committing it to memory. Her back ached from leaning over the map table and she straightened up looking about the room as she did so. The memory of the bookshelf came back to her as she glanced to the corner. Had she imagined that it had opened? She knew that there were often secret passageways in old houses, the remnants of Tudor times when priest holes and escape routes were a necessary part of the architecture. Could that really be what she had seen?

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4 thoughts on “Blackheart Ch 10 – the one where Ana gets horny and makes plans to find Blackheart

  1. Janis Carter says:

    I loved this chapter. I am a little confused. You have 16 chps posted, why repost? When will you post chp 17. I don’t understand the posting. Thanks.

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    • Hi Janis, thanks for reading. I’m very behind with writing, posting written chapters and promotional posts so right at this moment, in the chaos that is my real life, there is absolutely no rhyme nor reason except to remind people I’m still alive! 🙂

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  2. chris Doncom says:

    For me the names of Ana and Christian will now forever be linked to Blackheart. I enjoy your style of writing but have never been able to appreciate the work of the original FSOG author. Your writing is in a different class altogether. It has been years since I read a historic romance – I used to devour Kathleen Woodiwiss during my teenage years – but I am now in love with your Ana and Christian. Thank you

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