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Romance on the High Seas 2017 Boxed Set

Romance on the High Seas 2017 Boxed Set

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by Chloe Flowers, Danelle Harmon, Barbara Devlin, Katherine Bone, Jennifer Bray-Weber
PREPARE TO BE BOARDED. Regular Retail Price: $8.99 (Retail Value: $22.43)
7 Pirate Romances by best selling pirate romance authors all in one set. a $22.43 Retail Value

The Pirate's Debt by National Best-selling Author Katherine Bone:
An earl-turned pirate is ordered by his benefactor to find an adventurous young runaway and return her home.To do so,


PREPARE TO BE BOARDED. Regular Retail Price: $8.99 (Retail Value: $22.43)
7 Pirate Romances by best selling pirate romance authors all in one set. a $22.43 Retail Value

The Pirate's Debt by National Best-selling Author Katherine Bone:
An earl-turned pirate is ordered by his benefactor to find an adventurous young runaway and return her home.To do so, he must retrieve her without being discovered by the most ruthless pirate hunter on the seas: her brother.

Dead Man's Kiss by Award Winning Author Jennifer Bray-Weber:
Eight weeks. That's all pirate captain Valeryn Barone has to escort a tempting naturalist untouched across the Caribbean or face the gallows. Can he resist the beauty who's fallen for him? Does a dead man walking even have a chance?

The Black Morass by USA Today Bestselling Author Barbara Devlin:
In exchange for a chance at redemption and pardons for his crew, Jean Marc Cavalier accepts a pact that could result in liberty or death, if only he can survive the terms, but at least he will be free.

Pirate Heiress by Award Winning Author Chloe Flowers:
Captain Conal O'Brien has already lost control of his ship to the most unlikely band of pirates sailing the seas. If he's not careful, he's going to lose his heart as well as his ship to a headstrong lady pirate determined to destroy both. 

My Lady Pirate by NYTimes Bestselling Author Danelle Harmon:
He holds the fate of nations in his hands. She's the Pirate Queen of the Caribbean, savage, beautiful and untamed. When danger, secrets and deceit threaten both their love and England herself, can even an admiral named Nelson bring together this man who longs for a lady pirate and a woman who dreams of a gallant knight?

Captivated by the Captain by USA Today Bestselling Author Amanda Mariel:
What happens when an American shipping company heiress crosses paths with a pirate? Can two people whose life paths are at odds find common ground?

Carried Away by Kamery Solomon:
After falling through time and being forced to join a pirate crew, Mark Bell falls in love with his fellow time traveler, Samantha. She's a woman he can't have, though. Will their presence in the past alter the future they know and love?

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These seven pirate wenches have written a total over 75 books! If you love pirates and romance, action and adventure, sea stories with a little history and humor thrown in, then welcome aboard!

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Romance on the High Seas 2017 Boxed Set 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 20 days ago
Wonderful stories.
LeePr 4 months ago
If you like romance mixed with adventure on the high seas, you’ll really enjoy this book bundle. Great romance and lots of action! I was given an advanced copy in exchange for a honest review.
MoniqueD 5 months ago
So far, I have read only THE PIRATE’S DEBT by Katherine Bone, and it is so excellent, that it is worth the whole box set! So imagine all the reading awesomeness, with five more books! THE PIRATE’S DEBT by Katherine Bone Basil Halford, the Earl of Markwick, has been a pirate for barely three months, and although he’s a great strategist, he has not been very successful in his privateering endeavours. Truth to tell, he became a smuggler to avenge his father’s victims, not really by choice; Basil is fundamentally an honest man, and this new occupation does not sit to well with him. The dastardly Marquess of Underwood died in shame, which splattered Markwick, who now has inherited the tainted title, which he does not want. Markwick has friends he doesn’t wish to disappoint, and he treads a fine line: he being a pirate and his friend Walsingham, a revenue man. Just as he was pondering his future, Markwick’s friend, the Duke of Blackmoor, arrives precipitously to inform him that Pierce Walsingham’s sister Chloe is on her way to Penzance to meet with her love: Basil! To say that Markwick is flummoxed is an understatement: he knew that Chloe was infatuated with him, but in love! But what is worse, is that Basil feels partly responsible for Chloe’s latest folly. So, Markwick, the new Black Regent, sets sail for Penzance and to rescue Chloe Walshingham, come hell or high water… Katherine Bone is a very eloquent writer, whose stories are painted in vivid colours, and what struck me at the beginning of THE PIRATE’S DEBT is that the scenes where Markwick is ruminating, seemed to be taking place behind a translucent pale grey veil, which superbly suited the mood, while not taking away any of the finer details of the picture. Ms. Bone’s prose is more refined than ever: she adds more nuances and depth to the narrative and the dialogues, while retaining the flavours of various accents and local colour. There is no better proof of this when reading about the raging storm at sea or the fierce battles. I became completely immersed in the fictional world of Regency pirates, and no one even comes close to Ms. Bone’s impressive knowledge of her subject: pirates. She knows it all, but better yet, she is able to put it all into splendid sentences and bring a bygone world to life before our very eyes. The characters are all equally impressively drawn, down to the most minor ones and despicable ones; the evil Captain Carnage deserves a mention here. The story is compelling and extremely fast-paced, full of action and adventures, and redefines the word unputdownable. The romance progresses as it should, with the era’s proprieties taken into consideration, for once. And his first name is Basil, what’s not to love! Katherine Bone’s THE PIRATE’S DEBT should be a dictionary entry when looking up “swashbuckling”. And just wait for the next one, mateys, because we get a tiny taste of what’s to come! I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.