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Sarah Morgan is the daughter of a Royal Navy admiral who is kidnapped by pirates and forced to satisfy the twisted desires of the pirate captain, John Taylor. On board, she meets Joshua Samuels, a beautiful American being held as the captain's pleasure slave.


The pirate captain, in an effort to secure a business deal with Marcus Lawson, a wealthy plantation owner who fled E...more
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Published October 27th 2010
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Anders
Okay, so I don't usually read hetero romance, but I loved the author's other books so I thought I'd give it a chance. It didn't hurt that there was some M/M stuff in addition to the M/F and M/F/M menage to top things off. And I love pirates!

First off, this is definitely a hot book. The sex is very explicit, but it's written more like a classic romance story (reminds me of the romances I used to read as a kid, although those didn't have any sex!), using more flowery language rather than the coars...more
Janel
Not what I expected... Cover looks horrible, but the writing was several steps up from what I was expecting: never judge a book by it's cover.

SPOILER ALERT!!!!


That being said, this started out with a capture of the Heroine, a forced seduction/rape by the hero who is also a captive, then a real rape by the nasty captain of the ship... Then the story begins, turns into the h and H being taken to an island hideaway by the captain where both are seduced and then a semi-love triangle ensues. H love...more
Shira Anthony
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My first published novella. M-F with M-F-M menage, written in the style of a classic romance novel. Sex on the high seas erotica with non-con/dub-con elements. Think X-rated Harlequin romance...
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Shira Anthony is a complete sucker for a happily-ever-after, and rarely reads or writes a story without one. Never a fan of instalove, Shira likes to write stories about real men with real issues making real relationships work.

In her last incarnation, Shira was a professional opera singer, performing roles in such operas as “Tosca,” “Pagliacci,” and “La Traviata,” among others. Her Blue Notes Ser...more
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“He is so beautiful," she thought, aching from the sadness that she saw in his eyes. In the late-afternoon sunlight, those eyes were almost green. She took his face in her hands and pulled him to her, claiming the kiss she had so desperately wanted the day before but had forgotten in the heat of the moment. She closed her eyes and felt him respond to her mouth, his tongue seeking hers.” 12 likes
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