-drumroll- To all me previous reviewers, here it is the long awaited sequal. I apologize for the delay. I have been busy with camp and my new dog. I will have camp this week too. Anywya. Here it is and enjoy. And thanks to all those who reviewed my last chapters.


The baby's cries were louder than the howling wind and creaking ship. The infamous Black Pearl fought through the storm and tried to outrun the equally infamous Flying Dutchman. Jack Sparrow stood at the helm, his wife Mari, beside him clutching their year old daughter, Rhiannon, Rhia for short.

"Jack, why is the Dutchman after us in the first place?" Mari shouted over the wind, while trying to quiet Rhia.

"I made a deal a long time ago, but it wasn't exactly completed, so I honestly don't know." Jack shouted back.

"Apparently to Davy Jones standards it is complete." Mari shouted back, grateful that her brother and his wife with their son weren't aboard the ship, but privately wished Rhia was with them as well, far away from this peril. There was an almighty lurch as the ship ran aground. Jack caught Mari and Rhia in his arms.

"Quickly, go below deck, you'll be safe there." Jack ordered. Mari looked worried but rushed down there.

Once she was there she found some dry blankets. She wrapped her screaming daughter in them and rocked her slowly back and forth. Then quietly began to sing,

Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me

We pillage, plunder, we rifle and loot

Drink up me hearties, yo ho

We kidnap and ravage and don't give a hoot

Drink up me hearties, yo ho

Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me

We extort, we pilfer, we filch and sack

Drink up me hearties, yo ho

Maraud and embezzle, and even high-jack

Drink up me hearties, yo ho

Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me

We kindle and char, inflame an ignite

Drink up me hearties yo ho,

We burn up the city, we're really a fright

Drink up me hearties. Yo ho

We're rascals, scoundrels, villains, and knaves.

Drink up me hearties, yo ho

We're devils and black sheep, really bad eggs

Drink up me hearties yo ho

Yo ho, yo ho, a pirates life for me

We're beggars and blighters and ne're do well cads

Drink up me hearties, yo ho.

Aye, but we're loved by our mommies and dads

Drink up me hearties yo ho.

Rhia had stopped crying and was asleep. Mari gently laid her daughter behind barrels of rum.

"Be safe, my little one. Be safe Rhia." She whispered, as she kissed her daughter. Then she returned to the upper deck, to find the crew, Jack included, frozen, many had knives or other weapons at their throats. Jack was just caught by the other side of the railing. Then Mari realized another person had her cornered. She hated being cornered.

"Payment is due, Jack Sparrow; you have a choice, something dear to your heart, unlikely, or your soul, one hundred years of serving before the mast of my ship. What'll be?" Davy Jones asked, raising a claw to Jack's face. Jack saw Mari out of the corner of his eye and gulped. He had not wanted them involved at all.

"What do you say to giving us the long boats and then taking the Black Pearl, savvy?" Jack asked, trying to discreetly find a way to get Mari and, wherever she may have been hidden, Rhia. To safety.

"Oh, but me thinks there is something far closer to your heart than this ship Jack. Rumors have it that you are in fact, married. And the woman on board proves it." Davy Jones said.

"Ah, about that, she's just my sister really. We don't get along all too well." Jack said. Mari's stomach flipped, she knew what he was doing, and if he wasn't careful he'd get himself in trouble that he couldn't get out of.

"Oh, well then you wouldn't mind if we took her with us then." Davy said. Before Jack could stop himself he shouted.


Davy Jones paused.

"Ah so she is important to you. Ok, well I'll consider you having paid a little of your debt. And you can stay the same for a few more years. Let's make it, fifteen. Enjoy your freedom while it lasts Jack Sparrow." Davy said and with a flash of lightening he and his crew vanished, taking Mari along with them. Jack stood in stunned horrified shock. Then remembered Rhiannon. He raced below deck and heard her crying. He breathed a sigh of relief. She was safe. He found her and held her, rocking slightly. She fell silent but seemed to know something was wrong.

"M-m- momma." She gurgled. Jack smiled, it was ironic, they had been trying to get her to say that for a while, and then the same night they lose her momma, she says the word. He held Rhia closer.

"I promise, I'll never let any harm come to you, Rhia. And we'll find and rescue your mother."