• The Pirate's Lady

  • By: Julia Knight
  • Narrated by: Emma Taylor
  • Length: 10 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 06-18-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Carina Press
  • 2.5 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

There's a price on privateer Van Gast's head. So high that Van is tempted to turn himself in for the reward, then escape with it. Escaping with full pockets is what he does best. He managed to steal a ship, a bride, a dowry, a diamond the size of a fist - and then disappear without a trace.
But this time, he can't go very far. The woman of his dreams, his Josie, has stolen his ship and is leading him on a merry chase dangerously close to Estovan, the one place Van Gast should steer clear of....
©2012 Julia Knight (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By CAROLYN on 06-22-12

Imaginary fanciful Disney type romance

Firstly, let me say this is a 'fantastical' romance - there are Mages, spells, mythical lands and strange sensations when people are in danger. However, it's a thoroughly enjoyable listen with likeable characters, a good plot that has a few twists but does not contain anything 'hot and heavy' (if you catch my meaning!), it's a harmless easy-listen romp. I could pick a few holes in the story but you have to remember it's pure Disney.

Worth the credit? If you enjoy the above type books then it would be a yes but if you want a more hot historical type of plot (as I thought this was) then it would be a no.

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