Pleasing the Pirate

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Pleasing the Pirate by
Ebook $2.99

Loveswept | Feb 25, 2014 | 256 Pages | ISBN 9780345549723

  • Ebook$2.99

    Loveswept | Feb 25, 2014 | 256 Pages | ISBN 9780345549723

Praise

Praise for Pleasing the Pirate

“A fast-paced, adventure-filled romance . . . with passion, engaging characters and a storyline that will capture the reader throughout. Well done, I loved it!”My Book Addiction Reviews

“A sizzling, smart relationship that evolves beautifully to capture readers’ hearts as well as their imaginations . . . Cullen crafts an engaging romance that is as much a tribute to the past as it is a tale of two unlikely lovers.”RT Book Reviews
 
“The sexual tension between the two characters propelled me through most of the novel.”The Siren’s Mate
 
“When I finished the story, my senses were filled—no emotion spared.”Booktalk with Eileen

Praise for Sharon Cullen’s Loving the Earl
 
Loving the Earl is charming and fast-paced. It’s filled with passion, intrigue, a resourceful heroine you’ll love, and a delicious hero you’ll fall in love with. An absolute delight!”New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jacquie D’Alessandro
 
“Sharon Cullen is a natural-born storyteller. Her twists and turns will keep you turning the pages.”—Margo Maguire, bestselling author of The Highlander’s Desire
 
“With its bad boy hero and spunky heroine, Sharon Cullen’s Loving the Earl is sure to please readers looking for more than the typical Regency come out story. Intrigue and romance fuse seamlessly in this adventurous romp that takes the reader from Dover to Paris to Venice and finally to a sigh-worthy, happily ever after.”—Shana Galen, author of True Spies

“Gripping . . . I stayed up until dawn reading this historical gem.”Romance Junkies
 
“Sharon Cullen writes with a subtle flourish that captures not only the elegant beauty of France and Italy, but the sweet journey of two people finding more than they sought on a grand quest for individuality and metaphysical freedom.”Buried Under Romance

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