Plunder (Pirate King #1)

Plunder (Pirate King #1)

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R.S. Kovach By rskovach Completed

He just wants her booty, but she'll end up stealing his heart.
    
    After pirates kidnap seventeen-year-old Ana in a case of mistaken identity, the orphaned housemaid prepares for the worst. Instead, playing the wholesome daughter of a Spanish admiral among rag-tag buccaneers becomes the least of her concerns. Battles, a shipwreck, mutiny, and most unexpectedly, love are what really turn her world upside down. 
    
    When the truth threatens to end Ana's adventures, it's the secrets of the dashing Alestair Kincade, Pirate King of the Caribbean, that prove to be the most dangerous. Ana will need to use her wits and charm to not only stay off the gallows, but also to avoid a fate she now considers to be worse than death: being sent home to Panama to a hopeless future.
    
    This book is complete. Reached #1 on both the Historical Fiction and Adventure 'What's Hot' Lists. Book Two is called SCUTTLE (formerly The Reluctant Pirate Queen).
    
    This is a work of fiction. All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously.
    
    PLUNDER (Book One in The Pirate King Series )© 2014 by R.S. Kovach All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced without the author's written permission.

miashcaluke miashcaluke Dec 28, 2016
I cannot tell you how much I love pirates. I love pirate books, pirate movies, I've been on several ships, I've even been to a museum that KILLED me. I enjoy this story so far. Im going to continue to read it.
Gift_From_Virgo Gift_From_Virgo Dec 24, 2016
Is anybody else thinking of the shanties from AC Black Flag?
plzplz101 plzplz101 Dec 30, 2016
I can think of another five letter word that starts with "w" and is synonymous to wrench.
InsanelyTomato InsanelyTomato 6 days ago
I must say, your style of writing is breathtakingly beautiful. I love it.
I think its beautiful how you added the old medicine into the book! An extremely nice touch. And bleeding makes sense because a bruise is just blood trapped under the skin, a blood blister if you will. So if you were to bleed it, it'd go away.
lolflamingos lolflamingos Dec 27, 2016
It's hard to read Spanish when you neglect to use one of the letters and replace it with another. Ns and ñs are different!