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Captive Passions by Fern Michaels

Captive Passions (1977)

by Fern Michaels (Author)

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Tropical night breezes, fragrant with oleander and cloves, cooled by a gently ebbing sea, filtered through lacy, silk draperies into a softly lit bedroom of deep rose and pale beige.

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The sleek, three-masted frigate seemed to scrape the late afternoon heavens of the South Pacific with her topsail, as she skipped and frolicked before the playful persuasion of the easterly trade winds.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345346831, Mass Market Paperback)

Their passions clashed in a battle for revenge....Their love held captive by desire...
Only Fern Michaels could tell this exotic tale of passion and adventure on the lusty high seas!

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Sirena Cordez is on her way to Java with her betrothed sister when their ship is attacked and her sister raped and killed by pirates. To exact revenge, Sirena takes to the high seas as the pirate Sea Siren--but is she strong enough to resist the passion of the most powerful man in Java?… (more)

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