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Review: Lord of the Privateers

lord-of-the-privateersAye, mate.  Pack your your skull chest full of ammunition and grab your cutlass. We’ve a lass to save and we’re going on a privateering adventure.  There’ll be plenty o danger and hot spicy romance. and your  Who doesn’t love a romance novel with spies, travel and secret maps.

Who doesn’t love a romance novel with spies, travel and secret maps.  And Stephanie Laurens delivers on spicy hot chemistry amid dangerous adventure in Lord of the Privateers.  In case you were wondering, a privateer is like a pirate who works under a government contract.  Like Jack Sparrow meets Blackwater.

Isobel Carmichael’s cousin has gone missing and she demands that Royd Frobisher takes her to West Africa for a rescue mission.  Royd would rather do the job himself, but Isobel won’t have it.  But there’s sizzle in the room every time that Royd and Isobel lay eyes on one another.  They have an intense chemistry that carries the book through the fast-paced action as they embark on a dangerous mission.  Will they be able to keep their wits, rescue  her cousin, and save England from political disaster?  Check out Lord of the Privateers for a jolly good time, mate.

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