A Pirates Kiss (1st Adventure Watty Awards 2011)

It is Dangerous to deal with Pirates. Circe's Father has always told her so. So when a mysterious shadowy figure with gold and silver eyes appears on her balcony and attemptes to steal her away the first thing that she wonders is why? Why does this mysterious stranger seem to know her more than she knows herself with just one look? Why does her Father pity Pirates? And why does she feel a strange pull towards the sea? Two years will go by before she finds the answers she is looking for, by then Circe is certain that the Pirate will have forgotten all about her and the promise he made and sealed, with a stolen kiss. Unfortunatly there is still one other thing she needs to learn. A Pirate never forgets. Join Circe on her journey for truth as she discovers a world of lands and beings that she never believed to exist. Will she find all the answers that she is looking for? Or is something dark and deadly coming her way, determined that she should never for fill her true destiny. (Unedited - I haven't had the chance to edit APK yet so there are misspells etc :) Winner of the Adventure category and Best Hero in the Watty Awards 2011. All Rights Reserved.
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Is this a werewolf story? Or do they mean rouge as in..human..rouge...
Is it bad that I'm imagining his cheekbones being the knife since she said that they were really sharp like the knife??
Whoa, when she said the B word I was like "DANG girl!" But either way, I would've said the same thing. xD
When your 15 and somebody tells you they love you. Your gonna believe them.
My second hand embarrassment kicked in for a second and then it left as soon as she said those words.
Is this set in present day or way back a long time ago cause idk it just seems weird if it was a long time ago.


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