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Pirate's Pleasure

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Pleasuring A Pirate by Janne Lewis When Jenny Miller's widowed mother becomes engaged to the father of Jenny's ex-lover, Jenny is torn. She knows a renewal of her affair with Robert, her soon-to-be stepbrother, could jeopardize her mother's marriage. But Robert was the sexiest, most commanding lover Jenny has had, and though he has a reputation as a heartbreaker, she yearns to get him back in bed. When Robert plays the role of Pirate Blackwell in a video production, and Jenny plays the pirate's wife, Robert's passionate on-camera kiss sends Jenny's libido into overdrive. Jenny is a dedicated lawyer who has prided herself on her self-control. But resisting the irresistible Robert? That's a whole other case. A Pirate's Piece by Sherri L. King With the help of her Punkazz Magnifiship, Mischa's on course to break the speed record for a solo-sprint around the world - until the storm. The sky burns a sickly gold, the waters churn...and Mischa gets swept up in a wall of white fury, swallowed by the angry ocean. She awakens on the deck of a ship, but not her own. What at first seems to be a pirate-themed cruise manned by the worst actors in the world turns out to be the real deal. A pirate ship - in 1721. Complete with a dashing captain who wastes no time showing Mischa how real pirates plunder their booty... Flash Flood by Berengaria Brown Phoebe is on her way to a business meeting when a landslide causes a wall of water to flood the road, sweeping her car into a river. She's pulled to safety by Connor and Patrick...and a night of extremely satisfying, "thank God I'm alive" sex seems a fitting end to the day. With a week off work to recover, Phoebe is invited to accompany the men on a business-and-pleasure trip. They have a great time and the sex is awesome, but Fi is unsettled by emotional undercurrents that she can't quite grasp. Oddest of all, she finds herself humming "For I am a Pirate King", possibly because of Connor and Patrick's tendency to tell pirate jokes. Or maybe not...

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