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The earl of Sutcliffe has a problem – his son, Daniel, prefers men to women. After two years of marriage to Lady Kathryn Sinclair, Daniel hasn’t produced an heir. Desperate to continue his bloodline, Sutcliffe turns to his illegitimate son, Talon Montgomery. Knowing the prosperous American privateer will never do as he wishes, Sutcliffe arranges for his son to be falsely arrested for piracy.


Talon is devastated when he believes his entire crew has been executed. When he discovers Sutcliffe has interceded on their behalf, Talon is willing to do her anything to keep them safe – even seduce his sister-in-law. 


Can her tender heart survive the love of a pirate?


1 review for ONCE A PIRATE

  1. Rosemary HUGHES

    I really enjoyed this story, although I think I would have likely murdered the parent represented in this tale.
    I know the members of British autocracy felt as they were entitled lot, but the behavior duplicated here, is why the Ton are not always loved by us commoners.
    Yes, l know it is a book of fiction, but I am sure there are cases where titled gentry took the law in their own hands, for their own nefarious deeds.
    Why am I up in arms, well you’ll need to read (or listen) to this tale to see if you agree.

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