Pirate Shirt Dot Com

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Something unusual is happening at 57 Grove Street in Bangor, Maine. Within those fine Victorian walls, the ladies of Pirate Shirt Dot Com insist they are not running a dating service-it's a romantic adventure company. Their quirky business comes complete with a male pirate model on all of their publicity materials. In the middle of helping customers tap their greatest romantic fantasies, however, Susana Hammond, her sister, Sophie Hammond, and their friend, Gabby Killeen, soon find themselves ensconced in their ...

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Something unusual is happening at 57 Grove Street in Bangor, Maine. Within those fine Victorian walls, the ladies of Pirate Shirt Dot Com insist they are not running a dating service-it's a romantic adventure company. Their quirky business comes complete with a male pirate model on all of their publicity materials. In the middle of helping customers tap their greatest romantic fantasies, however, Susana Hammond, her sister, Sophie Hammond, and their friend, Gabby Killeen, soon find themselves ensconced in their own passionate adventures. For spunky Susana, a handyman she calls "Yummy Tool Belt Guy" brings new meaning to home decoration. Gabby's fiancĀ©, a soldier, comes home to her amid tragedy. A pilot-not a pirate-woos sophisticated Sophie's heart. Will these women find their own happiness with their modern-day lusty love pirates, or will they be out to sea?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781424153992
  • Publisher: America Star Books
  • Publication date: 12/4/2006
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.26 (d)

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  • Posted August 11, 2009

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    gr8 book for people with disabilities

    I purchased this book due to a review in a magazine that described it as good for people who were insecure with the way they looked or "baggage" that may ruin a relationship. It is a very upbeat book and I was drawn into the story because it related to my life so perfectly. I have owned a business and now have disablities that I have the same feelings as the main character. I will read it over and over -- once my friends have brought it back :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2007

    Pirate Shirt Dot Com

    My take on this book is that it can easily be made into a screenplay. I can see this story on the big screen. The Hammond sisters & their friend, Gabby, run a romantic adventure dating service, with their own love stories unfolding along the way. Toss in a hunky pirate for comic relief. Definitely, the makings of a good date movie. Pirate Shirt Dot Com held my interest from cover to cover.

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