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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed The Care and Feeding of Pirates (Regency Pirates, Bk 3) on
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Four years ago an infatuated Honoria visited Christopher in his Charleston prison cell, where she spent the night and secretly married the notorious pirate before he was led away to be hung. Certain that Christopher is dead, Honoria has become engaged to another man.
Christopher reappears one misty London night to reclaim his crew, his treasure, and his wife. Wanting nothing to do with her roguish "husband," Honoria agrees to accompany him on his latest voyage across the Atlantic. If by the time they arrive she has successfully resisted his charms, Christopher will agree to end their marriage. But Honoria is one prize this pirate isn't about to let slip through his fingers.
THE WOMAN: Honoria Ardmore was as prim and proper as they came. Her sole moment of indiscretion was four years ago, when she fell for the sinful smile of a roguish pirate. But he had died, and their secret marriage went to the grave with him. At least, that's what she assumed--until the night he showed up in her bedroom, eager to pick up where they had left off...
THE MAN: Christopher Raine had managed to cheat death, and he believed life owed him his just rewards. So he set out to reclaim the woman of his dreams. With her apple-green eyes and luscious figure, Honoria looked good enough to eat. And this insatiable pirate was not one to let a trivial detail like her fiance get in the way of dessert.
THE DEAL: Despite her undeniable desire, Honoria claimed she could not be with a man she did not truly love. And so they struck a deal: she would allow Christopher to seduce her every night of their voyage across the Atlantic. If by the end of their journey he had failed to navigate his way into her heart, she was free to leave. In the cozy confines of their cabin, Honoria was about to learn that a woman should never doubt the cunning wayns of a pirate with a plan.