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Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31
Chapter 32
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Plundered Passion

Plundered Passion

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This book has the ability to port you into another time and world. It contains rich character that will fascinate your imagination and has cover to cover appeal with a fast moving storyline. Although rugged pirates, these sailors are men one would love spending hours dreaming about a pulse-pounding romance. The story contains steamy love scenes, a villain one loves to hate and laugh out loud moments that will titillate your reading pleasure. Although a new series it has already formed a faithful following and is the precursor to our US Navy and the first of many books that will soon follow.
In the late 1700’s a new generation of American pirates different than any others had emerged. They were a group of southern gentlemen known as “The Brethren.” Cole Lairèt a notorious pirate The Raven had been persuaded to attend The Masquerade ball by a fellow pirate, Jock Clavinet, in his hometown of New Orleans.
On the day of the event the Remineuel household is in a tizzy preparing their fair-haired Julianne to accept a queen’s crown of the festival. She is considered the most stunning sauté after Miss in the City. On the other hand the second daughter Monique has yet to experience a suitor of her own. Her daily existence is filled caring for a sickly mother and the rearing of her twin brothers but what pains her life the most, is the spiteful hatred of her sister Julianne.
At the ball the chestnut-haired Monique meets Raven a dashing stranger and they are instantly drawn to one another. Using his title “The Marquis Cole Lairèt” to hide his true livelihood they dance and later kiss under an oak. Unknowingly, the embrace binds them against sound judgment. Upon discovery of the attraction Julianne flies into a rage and gleefully plots their misery. To maintain her social standing the spiteful Julianne is determined to keep Monique in the shadows to live a spinster’s existence.
Raven is then compelled to flee back to sea and free himself from the unwanted entanglement. Crossing paths on the high seas Monique is devastated to discover that her prince charming is non-other than a pirate. Even so, the flames of passion still thrive compelling their two worlds to become one. Will love survive on the treacheries waves of the warm Caribbean? Come and read for yourself.
This book has the ability to port you into another time and world. It contains rich character that will fascinate your imagination and has cover to cover appeal with a fast moving storyline. Although rugged pirates, these sailors are men one would love spending hours dreaming about a pulse-pounding romance. The story contains steamy love scenes, a villain one loves to hate and laugh out loud moments that will titillate your reading pleasure. Although a new series it has already formed a faithful following and is the precursor to our US Navy and the first of many books that will soon follow.
In the late 1700’s a new generation of American pirates different than any others had emerged. They were a group of southern gentlemen known as “The Brethren.” Cole Lairèt a notorious pirate The Raven had been persuaded to attend The Masquerade ball by a fellow pirate, Jock Clavinet, in his hometown of New Orleans.
On the day of the event the Remineuel household is in a tizzy preparing their fair-haired Julianne to accept a queen’s crown of the festival. She is considered the most stunning sauté after Miss in the City. On the other hand the second daughter Monique has yet to experience a suitor of her own. Her daily existence is filled caring for a sickly mother and the rearing of her twin brothers but what pains her life the most, is the spiteful hatred of her sister Julianne.
At the ball the chestnut-haired Monique meets Raven a dashing stranger and they are instantly drawn to one another. Using his title “The Marquis Cole Lairèt” to hide his true livelihood they dance and later kiss under an oak. Unknowingly, the embrace binds them against sound judgment. Upon discovery of the attraction Julianne flies into a rage and gleefully plots their misery. To maintain her social standing the spiteful Julianne is determined to keep Monique in the shadows to live a spinster’s existence.
Raven is then compelled to flee back to sea and free himself from the unwanted entanglement. Crossing paths on the high seas Monique is devastated to discover that her prince charming is non-other than a pirate. Even so, the flames of passion still thrive compelling their two worlds to become one. Will love survive on the treacheries waves of the warm Caribbean? Come and read for yourself.

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