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Angel's Master by Sandra Sookoo
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Apr 19, 11

bookshelves: het-stories
Read from January 01 to April 19, 2011 — I own a copy

Jacqueline Massey did not imagine herself surrounded by kids and married to a naval officer gone more then at home. Instead she craved adventure, excitement, uncommon for a woman in the 1822’s. Well she gets more then adventure when a pirate enters the tavern she works in. After a skirmish that leaves a naval officer wounded, Jacqueline easily allows the buccaneer to tote her off.

Ethan Williams was looking forward too a decent cup of tea, and food warm and fresh from the kitchen. In the local tavern he found something more… a feisty independent woman who could stand on her won against any threat. No this woman would never give in to simpering and coquettish behavior.

A delightful, greatly engaging story situated in the early 1800’s Florida coastline. Enticing and unadulterated characters who propel the story’s energetic and passionate plot.

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