Elyssa Calhoun Montgomery had been willing to do anything to keep her father from debt, including following her new husband to the Caribbean--dressed as a lad. But she never dreamed she'd become widowed so quickly, or that she'd come face to face with a fearsome pirate who expects her to fight like a man. Captured and her identity exposed, she doesn't know what's worse, being locked alone in a pirate captain's quarters or experiencing an unsettling attraction toward him. Captain Bran Blackthorn has grown weary of the pirating trade and seeks a King's Pardon for his crew. Unfortunately, the man who could sign a reprieve, his half-brother Governor Flynn, would rather see him dead. When the gods-or the devil-bestows an angel to his spoils, he sees an opportunity to force a pardon with her ransom. Never mind his beautiful pawn has bewitched him, filling him with a desire to press his body against hers, capture her mouth in a searing kiss, and brand her as his own. But when Bran's enemies seek vengeance, Elyssa becomes entangled in their deadly game and Bran faces the gallows. Can they cheat death and save each other? Or will they be dragged... Beneath The Water's Edge
Water Governance in OECD Countries: A Multilevel Approach addresses multilevel governance challenges in water policy implementation and identifies good practices for coordinating water policy across ministries, between levels of government, and across local actors at subnational level. Based on a methodological framework, it assesses the main "coordination gaps" in terms of policy-making, financing, information, accountability, objectives and capacity building, and provides a platform of existing governance mechanisms to bridge them.
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