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Trapped: Captive to a Pirate (BBW Erotic Romance) [NOOK Book]

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Dressed as a boy, innocent Brigid O'Cullane infiltrates a ship full of pirates, seeking a treasure map that belonged to her dead father. What she isn't searching for is Liam Lynch, a gorgeous pirate who was once her dead father's closest--and possibly backstabbing--friend.

Liam catches Brigid in his cabin before she can find the map and he's after more than gold. Torn between desire and suspicion, she can't possibly trust Liam. Yet once he ...
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Trapped: Captive to a Pirate (BBW Erotic Romance)

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Overview

Dressed as a boy, innocent Brigid O'Cullane infiltrates a ship full of pirates, seeking a treasure map that belonged to her dead father. What she isn't searching for is Liam Lynch, a gorgeous pirate who was once her dead father's closest--and possibly backstabbing--friend.

Liam catches Brigid in his cabin before she can find the map and he's after more than gold. Torn between desire and suspicion, she can't possibly trust Liam. Yet once he catches her, Brigid's hand is forced. She may be reluctant, but she still finds herself submitting to his demands, a slave to his desire.

Content: This Caribbean pirate themed erotic romance contains seduction, bondage, explicit sex, a ravished virgin, a mystery of supernatural origins and a dashing rogue of questionable morality.

Trapped: Captive to a Pirate is approximately 7,400 words long.

Excerpt:

"What would I have to gain by giving it to you?"

Brigid narrowed her eyes, trying to ignore the shivers he was currently eliciting. A difficult task when she could feel his hips settled against hers, the hard heat of him prodding her. All she wanted to do was press to him and feel him places no one had ever touched her.

"You'd know you'd done right by someone you claimed as a mate. It's the decent thing to do," Brigid said.

"Mm, funny thing that." Liam's callused hand cupped one of her breasts and she made a soft, involuntary sound as she automatically leaned into the touch. "It assumes I'm a decent man to begin with."

His thumb was now working in agonizingly slow circles. As her eyes fluttered shut, she wondered if using her body to distract him might be to her advantage, but she doubted it. He was far too in control and flustering her too well for that.

"You don't know about the traps. Or how to get there safely," she said.

"Traps, hm?" His lips slid over hers, a soft teasing brush that made her breath freeze in her throat. "Map doesn't mention any traps."

"Of course not. He didn't want anyone but me to find what was there."

She expected him to find some new way to counter her. Instead, he kissed her again, his lips caressing hers in slow, languorous strokes. Brigid was still for a moment, unsure of how to respond. When she felt him catch her bottom lip to suckle at it, she moaned involuntarily and leaned forward to press her lips to his.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016153520
  • Publisher: Selkie Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/2/2013
  • Series: Captive to a Pirate , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 203,002
  • File size: 66 KB

Meet the Author

Lilith T. Bell always dreamed of becoming a writer and in 2012 she finished her first novel. Almost immediately afterward, she became deathly ill. Then her house burned down. As if in some Job-like drama, she lost nearly every word she had ever written.

Undaunted--and perhaps taunting angry gods--she continues to write.

Today, Bell lives in the northwoods of the Midwest with her cat and travels frequently.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2013

    The cross dressing daughter of a dead privateer? The dead man's

    The cross dressing daughter of a dead privateer? The dead man's protegee who never knew his mentor had a daughter? I'll admit it sounded like things I'd seen before, but Bell uses her skill as a storyteller and creator of quickly fleshed out characters to make it all fresh and interesting. Mysterious references to "shifting" and a wickedly placed "To Be Continued" make this story and its sequel very worth the read.

    And, oh yeah. The sex. Bell has a way of weaving so much story into an act that's so hot that I wasn't sure if I was more turned on by Liam or by the treasure. But, if Brigid doesn't have to choose, neither do I.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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