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The Pirate O'Keefe by Helen R. Myers
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The Pirate O'Keefe

by Helen R. Myers

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LADY OF THE ISLAND

A multimillionaire and modern-day pirate, Garret O'Keefe found himself shipwrecked on a small Caribbean island. Always in search of adventure to appease his restless spirit, O'Keefe wasn't sure what he was looking for in life--until he awoke in Dr. Laura Connell's bed.

Laura Connell hadn't been isolated at her island clinic for so long that she couldn't recognize a dangerous man. Despite his injuries, he aroused something in her she'd long forgotten--but she hadn't forgotten the reasons behind her sheltered life-style. Laura was all too familiar with powerful men, but when she finally discovered Garret's true identity, it was too late. She'd already fallen in love--with the Pirate O'Keefe.
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