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Pirate's Passionate Slave

3.8  ·  Rating Details ·  15 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
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Lauren Masters was both terrified and furious when a gang of white-slave traders seized her ship. The Virginia vixen swore to fight the cruel rake who carried her off to his cabin...until she saw that Derek York was no ordinary privateer. In his silk shirt and elegant waistcoat, York claimed to be an aristocrat on a secret mission. But when he shed his exp
Paperback, 384 pages
Published July 1st 1991 by Zebra
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The heroine, Lauren, who’s got black hair and brown eyes, in on a ship in the Carribean, on her way to settle some family business stuff for her parents, who are in Virginia, USA. The ship she’s on, Miss Malaki, is taken over by another ship, The Unholy One. The hero, Derek, is captain. He’s not really a pirate but is pretending to be one so that he can find his sister, who was abducted a month before when her ship was attacked by pirates.

Derek forces Lauren to stay in his cabin, to keep her awa
Jun 22, 2007 Carrie rated it it was amazing
This is the most insane trashy romance novel I've ever read. This rich woman is captured by pirates. One of the pirates makes her his slave and rapes her. She kind of likes it. Then, it turns out that he's not a pirate after all. He's a rich heir to a soap company's fortune, and he's infiltrated the pirates to try to find his sister, who was captured by them. The woman eventually learns his identity, and they fall happily in love and get married.

Five stars! My eighth grade, romance-reading self
Sep 19, 2011 Terri rated it did not like it
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This is possibly one of the worst novels I've ever read. The story is a literal bodice ripper and that difference between the "hero" who rips her bodice and the "villian" who rips her bodice is not so clear. Supposedly a romance, the heroine spends most of the novel hating the "hero" who pretty much molests her in their first scene together. This novel is completely disgusting and lacks entertainment value.
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Before turning her creativity toward e-publishing, Robin Gideon was the author of a dozen highly-acclaimed historical romances published in New York. Her novel, Cheyenne Desire, was given five stars and named Third Best All-Time Sexy Historical Romance by In 2006, Robin was a featured author/artist on the nationally syndicated television show, CBS Sunday Morning, where she discussed he ...more
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