By Mia Marlowe
"When Captain Gabriel Drake earns a royal pardon and is derived domestic to Cornwall, he discovers the daddy with whom he was hoping to reconcile has died, with his older brother. Gabriel all at once unearths himself increased to lord of the manor with the additional hassle of being liable for his five orphaned nieces.
He's additionally obliged to wed, mattress and breed an inheritor on a well-born girl once attainable to safe the barony or it is going to be devolved to the Crown. due to the fact that Gabriel's pardon for piracy calls for him by no means to go into the town of London back, he can't pursue a bride in commonplace marriage mart style. And the truth that he in simple terms desires Jacquelyn Wren, the bastard daughter of a courtesan who couldn't in all probability fulfill the King's requisites to develop into his baroness, potential he'll have her any means he can.
To safeguard the orphans in her cost, Jacquelyn has to work out the recent baron certainly wed to a girl of caliber. a number of classes in relationship should still do the trick properly. yet she forgot something.
What a pirate desires, a pirate takes…
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""A pleasant, witty romance. The discussion among Jacquelyn and Gabriel is shrewdpermanent and entire of such sly enjoyable that the pages fairly flew by."" ~ All approximately Romance
""Loved each minute. the youngsters will make you chuckle; Gabe and Jacquelyn's courting will make you sizzle, and Jacquelyn's own limitation will make you cry. an ideal 10! ~ Romance reports this present day
“A feel-good, enjoyable historic romance with lots of sexual sizzle! appears like one other winner!” ~ Romance Reader at middle
""This nice Georgian romance is stuffed with bawdy humor, aware of Fielding's vintage Tom Jones."" ~ Harriet Klausner
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How to Please a Pirate (How to, Book 1) by Mia Marlowe