The Pirate's Lady (Spies of London #1)

The Pirate's Lady (Spies of London #1)

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shreya07 By shreya07 Completed

James Richardson, Earl of Winchester, has returned home to London, after seven years of sailing as a privateer. His travels have been cut short by the death of his father, making him the new Earl. But in order to keep the title , James must marry within a month . This is the task set by his father, stemming from his dislike for his only child. But after meeting the hordes of simpering debutantes, he believes the task  in front of him to be impossible. But he didn't count on meeting Olivia Wynter.......                                       Olivia , the daughter of the Duke of Ashforth, is no blushing debutante. At the age of twenty-two, she is still unmarried , but not for lack of suitors. The truth is that Olivia is fed up of the dandies and rakehells who are after her , trying to impress her with their titles and wealth, when all she wants is a man who will match her in wits and should even be a bit dangerous. But when she meets James, can she break through his shell to reach the man underneath?                                                                                       Read on to discover how a passionate lady reaches into the unsuspecting heart of a fearless pirate....

innaboo-2 innaboo-2 Nov 27
On some historical books, people with scars are seen as ugly to society, but I don't see it that way.  Every scar is a memory. It can be bad or good, but still a memory
We're human. We all judge a book by its cover secretly, but it takes an awesome person to try reading the book anyway.
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We're human. We all judge a book by its cover secretly, but it takes an awesome person to try reading the book anyway.
Yarialis Yarialis Jun 12
It cant be that bad. But considering how horrid such things were believed to be back then, it can be understood. I personally dont think it can marr the beauty of someone
My feminist side is gonna get hurt here. The things I do to be a bookworm..