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Available in paperback, hardcover, and ebook!

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After years of success online, Missing in the Pages is finally be available for purchase on Amazon!

Ashley Tropea's novels have reached over 1.5 million reads worldwide, which started with this first installment in the Pirates Trilogy, an exciting and heartfelt story full of swashbuckling pirates, dangerous romance, and one girl's quest to find her home.

After eighteen-year-old Elizabeth Burrough's father went missing six years ago, all Elizabeth has ever felt is alone. Ostracized at school and ignored at home by her perpetually grieving mother, Elizabeth’s only solace lies within the pages of her favorite book, filled with daring sword fights and adventurous heroines. But when she awakes one morning to discover she's somehow inside the novel, it seems the glamorous world of eighteenth-century England may be more perilous than she'd ever expected. And when the striking but harsh Captain Carter McLeod decides he can use Elizabeth for his own gain, she is suddenly thrust into a treacherous life of deceit, envy, and revenge.

But as Elizabeth finds herself inexplicably drawn to the merciless captain, she begins to realize that Carter’s past is filled with darker secrets than she ever realized. And when Carter determines Elizabeth's help is imperative in recovering a treasure that had been stolen from him long ago, the dangers that lurk beneath the surface of the polished English nobility start to rise up around them. In a place where it seems no one is completely trustworthy and where darkness hides around every corner, Elizabeth must decide whether there is actually anything awaiting her back home or if this dangerously exhilarating world is where she truly belongs.


It reads like a breath of fresh air. Missing in the Pages is able to grab you by the collar. The plot has everything you’d want. A strong female protagonist, complex characters, an intriguing turn of events, and so much more. The novel is able to take you on a trip, one you’d never want to end.

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