A Pirate's Possession

A Pirate's Possession

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by Michelle Beattie
     
 

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Disguised as a man, Claire Gentry is searching for the treasure her long-lost father never found. But her façade doesn't fool pirate Nate Carter-the man who stole her heart, and the man who can help her find the treasure. But they may realize that what they've really been searching for isn't riches, but each other.

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Disguised as a man, Claire Gentry is searching for the treasure her long-lost father never found. But her façade doesn't fool pirate Nate Carter-the man who stole her heart, and the man who can help her find the treasure. But they may realize that what they've really been searching for isn't riches, but each other.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101445532
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/07/2010
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
237,368
File size:
399 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Pirate's Possession 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1660 Claire Gentry is desperate to escape a marriage with an abusive monster. Thus she masquerades as a man to enter a poker game in Nevis in the Caribbean that includes a treasure map that leads to her father's loot. Also at the table is Nate Carter AKA Sam Steele the notorious pirate. Over eight years ago Nate broke Claire's heart while he believes she betrayed their love. She does not have to see him to know he is here because she will go to her grave recognizing his voice. To her chagrin though she plays well and proves she belonged in the game, Nate wins. Determined Claire follows him hoping to steal the map from him. He knows she follows him so he plots revenge for her duplicity years ago. Instead, the pair places their personal gender war on hold as they are on the run from adversaries who want the map at any cost. To survive the horde in deadly pursuit, they need to trust and depend on one another, but each expects the other to stab them in the back at the first opportunity. Michelle Beattie's third Caribbean seventeenth century pirate romance is an exhilarating action packed high-seas romantic adventure. Similar in tone and characterization to What the Pirate Desires and Romancing the Pirate, nevertheless the fast-paced tale grips the reader from the opening card game when Nate and Claire, vowed enemies for life, know the other is in the room. Fans will enjoy the high sea and on land escapades of the lead pair who to survive need each other as love and hate has no degrees of separation with this dueling duo. Harriet Klausner
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Susan51 More than 1 year ago
This is the first book I've read by Michelle Beattie. I was intrigued by the premise and I found it exciting and romantic! The lure of the treasure, plus characters I came to really care about, made this a fascinating book. I definitely will be reading more of Beattie's books!
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