The Lady's Pirate

The Lady s Pirate It suited half Cherokee half Scot pirate Hal Merritt to abduct and murder the wife of his enemy for her part in her husband s crimes But instead of a knowing accomplice he finds an innocent young co

It suited half Cherokee, half Scot pirate Hal Merritt to abduct and murder the wife of his enemy for her part in her husband s crimes But instead of a knowing accomplice, he finds an innocent young countess, not yet awakened to her sensuality Elspeth, Countess Greymere, had hoped her arranged marriage would be a comfortable one, but experienced only brutality at her husbIt suited half Cherokee, half Scot pirate Hal Merritt to abduct and murder the wife of his enemy for her part in her husband s crimes But instead of a knowing accomplice, he finds an innocent young countess, not yet awakened to her sensuality Elspeth, Countess Greymere, had hoped her arranged marriage would be a comfortable one, but experienced only brutality at her husband s hands She finds an unlikely protector in the man sent to kill her Aboard his pirate ship, Hal shows Elspeth the adventure of the sea and the greater adventure of love, but they are pursued by Elspeth s slave trading husband who will stop at nothing to get her and her fortune back Rating Contains graphic sexual content and violence.

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  1. Anne ManningAnne Manning believes she was a Texan in a previous life Most of her books are set in her beloved Texas, where she has lived with her perfect husband, wonderful daughter, three persnickety cats, and the cutest thing that ever lived, Ozzy, a Lhasa Apso.Her books are a mix of times, places, and people, from post Civil War Texas to modern day Washington, D.C from hard working ranchers to the President of the United States But always, her stories are filled with the hope of happily ever after Romance has to be the best possible world for an optimist There s always trouble, but there s always a happy ending And hope for happiness is the greatest gift a writer can bring a reader, Anne says.

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