Book Reviews of Lady Vixen

Lady Vixen
Lady Vixen
Author: Shirlee Busbee
ISBN-13: 9780380753826
ISBN-10: 0380753820
Publication Date: 3/1980
Pages: 538
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A golden heires living a lie...in a stormtide of rapture and romance.
Used wear on binding.
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"Swept from innocence into a whirlwind of treachery, captivity, and romance..."
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Beautiful, headstrong Nicole Ashford was yet untouched by passion, but destined for adventure and pleasure beyond anything a woa of her tie had ever known.

Outwitting a ruthless plot against her, she fled her aristocratic English home on a privateers ship bound ofr the luxurious pirate havens of New Orleans and exquisite abandon in Bermudas hidden coves. Yet the very daring of her escape plunged her into even gravel peril, as cative mistress to notorious high seas outlaw, Captain Saber, whose savage passions made her a woman, but whose tender kisses plundered her soul.

And nothing now could stop what was begun between them nothing could still the urgent fires of the love they were born to share.
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Beautiful, headstrong Nicole Ashford was yet untouched by passion, but destined for adventure - and pleasure - beyond anything a woman of her time had ever known.

Outwitting a ruthless plot against her, she fled her aristocratic England home on a privateer's ship bound for the luxurious pirate havens of New Orleans â and exquisite abandon in Bermuda's hidden coves. Yet the very daring of her escape plunged her into even graver peril as captive mistress to notorious high seas outlaw, Captain Saber, whose savage passion made her a woman, but whose tender kisses plundered her soul.
And nothing now could stop what was begun between them â nothing could still the urgent fires of the love they were born to share!