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Pirate's Promise
Pirate's Promise
Author: Bobbi Smith
ISBN-13: 9780821724484
ISBN-10: 0821724487
Publication Date: 9/1/1988
Pages: 510
Rating:
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Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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"Throwing a young woman out of her home is hardly decent behavior - even for a pirate. But when Adam Trent wins the Ducharme plantation in a card game, he knows it's the perfect base for a covert scheme of revenge in which he sails the bayous as Captain Spectre. Adam agrees to let Lianne Ducharme stay until she comes of age - a decision he soon regrets. For Lianne fascinates him, and Adam cannot afford the distraction...

Too bad that the most virile man Lianne Ducharme has ever met is also the most infuriating. With no choice but to stay at Belle Arbor as his "guest", Lianne gradually yields to her own building desires. But there is far more to Adam than Lianne knows. And succumbing to a pirate's promise of bliss could be the surest path to heartbreak..."

I loved this book...one of the best pirate romances I have read to date. Several storylines to follow, some more predictable than others, but all enjoyable. I couldn't decide if I loved or hated the hero until almost the end!
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Product Description

Tall, broad, and strikingly handsome, Adam Trent could tempt any woman, especially in his secret guise as the swashbuckling Captain Spectre. But when this daring buccaneer wages a seductive campaign against a beauty whose passion matches his own, he's not prepared for what awaits him...Throwing a young woman out of her home is hardly decent behaviour - even for a pirate. But when Adam Trent wins the Ducharme plantation in a card game, he knows it's the perfect base for a covert scheme of revenge in which he sails the bayous as Captain Spectre. Adam agrees to let Lianne Ducharme stay until she comes of age - a decision he soon regrets. For Lianne fascinates him, and Adam cannot afford the distraction...Too bad that the most virile man Lianne Ducharme has ever met is also the most infuriating. With no choice but to stay at Belle Arbor as his "guest," Lianne gradually yields to her own budding desires. But there is far more to Adam than Lianne knows. And succumbing to a pirate's promise of bliss could be the surest path to heartbreak..