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My Lady Pirate by Danelle Harmon

My Lady Pirate (edition 1994)

by Danelle Harmon

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Title:My Lady Pirate
Authors:Danelle Harmon
Info:Avon Books (Mm) (1994), Edition: Regular Print/Single Titl, Paperback, 400 pages
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My Lady Pirate by Danelle Harmon



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The above book blurb is quiet sufficient in giving you a glimpse of the story and rather than going into it again, I'd like to tell you why I think this story is worth your time and money.

What is very obvious in every book I've read so far from Ms. Harmon is that she respects her audience and gives them heroines that the said audience, and I suspect the author herself, can be proud of. Yes there are heroes aplenty in her stories, and mostly all Alpha males, yet when she writes her heroines I am all aflutter just reading about them! They are strong, willful and very astute, smart and witty females.
In `My Lady Pirate' she does it again by giving us a woman that is strong and stubborn; loving and passionate; a leader and a warrior.

What I liked and appreciated was Ms. Harmon's talent in creating a character that is NOT perfect and that engages my emotions. Maeve did that for me. She did things that many women do when confronted with men they fall in love with and don't want to admit that love. She tried very hard not to love him, even though the attraction was there. No matter how hard she tried to build obstacles between them and even tried to make herself hate him, in the end ...for the rest of my review, please visit me at Romantic Crush Junkies Reviews eZine...http://rcjrezine.com/?page_id=20&book_id=294


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Award-winning release from the bestselling, critically acclaimed author of the de Montforte Brothers series! PROUD PIRATE QUEEN. With her feisty band of warrior women, Maeve Merrick, the notorious Pirate Queen of the Caribbean, commands the seas in her beautiful schooner Kestrel. Burned by the treachery of men and nursing a painful betrayal from her past, Maeve wants for nothing ... until the sea delivers a handsome castaway to her remote island. HIGH STAKES AND BETRAYAL. Nothing is what it appears. Maeve's prisoner has a dangerous secret -- a secret that could very well change the fate of nations ... but from the moment the fiery she-pirate lays eyes upon her gift from the sea, she finds her most precious possession -- her heart -- in danger of becoming a pirate's plunder in this fast-paced, passionate tale of love set in the summer of 1805.… (more)

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