Lady Jacinda Sunderland dreamed of a lover with coal black hair and smoldering eyes, a knight astride a midnight charger who would storm into her life and sweep her into his fiery embrace. But Tristan Dancing was no knight - he wasn't even a gentleman - yet his masterful touch brought a whirlwind of passion to her staid existence, and before she could learn his true identity, he had spirited her away on his pirate ship bound for exotic Constantinople. Held captive on the high seas, she was given a soul-destroying choice: either join the piteous women in the hold, destined for the Sultan's harem, or share the captain's cabin. She had already lost her heat to his ravaging kisses, but she swore she would never be a Pirate's Lady..
This is an okay book. The story is good and interesting... but at one point I was just ready for it to be over. I don't normally want to skip chapters but I really reached a point where I did (want to that is, I didn't thought). I would recommend reading the book but just understand that you do reach a point where enough it enough... end happily ever after!
I give the book at 4.0 out of 5 for content/story. For a romance, it is 3.5 out of 5 for heat.
Lady Jacinda Sunderland dreams of a lover with coal-black hair and smoldering eyes, a knight astride a midnight charger who will storm into her life and sweep her into his fiery embrace. But Tristan is no knight; in fact, he's a pirate, yet his masterful touch brings a whirlwind of passion to Jacinda's life.