The Pirate's Lady
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by Shari Dare
Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance/Historical Fiction
Description: Samantha Howard is appalled when her father tells her of her impending marriage to Britmore MacDonald, especially since she must travel from England to the Carolinas for it to happen. How can she possibly give up her lover, Tommy, the stable boy? Brittmore MacDonald, known as Capt'n B while he is at sea, is horrified when his mother tells him of the arrangements that have been made for his marriage to Samantha Howard. When his pirate ship raids the Spanish ship she is sailing on, Samantha becomes his to take. Once he has tasted the honey of her lips, he must find a way to get her to his parents' plantation so that she can become his wife, without letting his parents know what he does once the Merry Lady is out of sight of land.
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2004 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: April 2005
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [163 KB]
Reading time: 118-165 min.
"If you like your sex hot and often, Shari Dare's newest erotic morsel, The Pirate's Lady, will titillate the reader from beginning to end. And for the romantics among you? Take one very virile pirate captain add one less than virginal young lady and combine in a ship's cabin for a long, steamy sea crossing and you'll get love of the steamiest kind."--Barbara Raffin, author of Wolfsong
"You will be sailing from South Hampton for the New World in a fortnight, on the first ship available."
Samantha Howard looked at her father in disbelief. "The New World? But why?"
"Of my twelve children you are my sixth daughter. To be frank, I cannot afford a dowry for you, to say nothing of the fact that you have had no suitors. I have always told you a gentleman does not want a wife who is more familiar with the stables than the kitchen."
Sami hung her head. She knew how often her father had threatened that she'd remain a spinster for her entire life if she didn't act more ladylike. As a child, his threats fell on deaf ears. As a rebellious teenager she had proven her womanly talents with more than one of the stable boys. Although her attributes in that department remained a closed and guarded secret from her father, she enjoyed not on__ ... Ð__X_&GET app.subscribermail.com/htmltting caught.
To appease the old man, she had learned to cook and to sew, but only to the extent that she satisfied her mother and governess.