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  • Title: Pirate's Price
  • Author: Darlene Marshall
  • ISBN: 9781592797417
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • Christine Sanders of St Augustine in Territorial Florida is a runaway wife who believes the best way to live comfortably on her own is to turn pirate and rob a man with money And the perfect man to rob is her own husband, Justin Delerue, Lord Smithton, especially since he got rich by marrying her against her will and taking her inheritance Pirate s Price is a rollickingChristine Sanders of St Augustine in Territorial Florida is a runaway wife who believes the best way to live comfortably on her own is to turn pirate and rob a man with money And the perfect man to rob is her own husband, Justin Delerue, Lord Smithton, especially since he got rich by marrying her against her will and taking her inheritance Pirate s Price is a rollicking tale of marriage and mayhem, gender confusion and piracy With the help of her godfather Julius Davies, himself a retired pirate with a fondness for young sailors, Christine puts together a gay, er, jolly crew and takes to the seas as Captain Christopher Daniels It doesn t take long for the dread pirate Daniels to become a force to be reckoned with in Florida s sealanes, especially for ships owned by DelerueSanders Shipping But when Smithton himself is taken captive and held hostage by Daniels and the crew of the Tigress, he has a different plan for his runaway pirate bride, and could very well end up stealing something from her her heart.
    Pirate s Price Christine Sanders of St Augustine in Territorial Florida is a runaway wife who believes the best way to live comfortably on her own is to turn pirate and rob a man with money And the perfect man to ro

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    1. This book came highly recommended by the awesome Sarah Wendell of smartbitchestrashybooks and I couldn t resist hunting down a copy I couldn t put it down It is hot but not graphic, well written and at times hilarious The historical details are or less believable and didn t make me groan or roll my eyes Don t you all hate when a 19th century character acts like she just read a 21st century self help book Rest easy, because that does not happen here.Most importantly, it has a unique twist on the [...]

    2. I always liked the whole woman pretends to be a man to get what she wants trope and this story was no exception Cute, quick read Not quite as good as the Bride and the Buccaneer.

    3. I originally bought this book for K s care package, but I decided not to send it to her It s been sitting on my shelf for a couple of months, and I read it on a whim this weekend It was extremely silly and saturated with cliches and stereotypes, but I guess that was sort of the point I was hoping it would transcend romance novel cliches and be satirical, but it had no pretensions of being anything other than cheesy good times It was a quick, diverting read, but mostly it reminded me why I steer [...]

    4. I picked up this book on a whim because I saw an advertisement for the author at my library she s a local author Since I like pirates and romance and it looked like a quick read, I figured it couldn t hurt, so I checked it out I really enjoyed it The romance was sweet, the dialogue well written and believable It is a short novel, only about 160 pages, and I finished it in just a few hours Overall a delightful little jaunt, and I ll be sure to check out the rest of her novels as well.

    5. This is a fun playful story It s light and it makes the reader smile This story reminded me of Woodiwiss books with a strong minded heroine who is not willing to accept the 19th century vision of a woman and a wife.

    6. I liked the role switch in terms of plot and I enjoyed it, but it didn t immerse me into the world or the characters themselves I definitely don t regret reading it, but I wouldn t read it again.

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