The House Lost at Sea
Cursed by the lover of her former captain, Catalina de la Corona, the Pirate Princess of the Seven Seas, has lived an unnaturally long life and longs for the day she can find eternal peace. Hiding in plain sight as an investment banker, she waits for the end of eternity and the death she has rightfully earned.
When a rich client's fascination with her captain and her lover threatens to exhume the watery grave of Catalina's past, she must take up arms against friends and enemies alike to protect her captain's legacy. Should the Calico's sunken ruins be discovered, Catalina's one true treasure, the House Lost at Sea will be plundered, exposing the secret of Catalina's immortality, and guaranteeing she'll lose the only thing she has left: her freedom.
While a different path then other RJ Blain books, this, like the others, is well written with an her unusual way of looking at things, and her very appealing humor that makes her characters stand out from the pages. It will be interesting to see how she expands on the foundation she has created here, and what mysterious treasures she will take us to in the future