(PDF/EPUB) [The Pirate's Lady] ✓ Kay McMahon


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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Pirate's Lady] ✓ Kay McMahon Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È Kay McMahon review The Pirate's Lady Vulgar obscene and dirty Women should not be encouraged to fantasize such acts 0 stars Ohh click add to list LOL I love these negati

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Pirate's Lady] ✓ Kay McMahon Kay McMahon È 4 Read In general whenever I tell someone I write romance this is apparently the type of book they think of Why people's brains are stuck in the 198

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Pirate's Lady] ✓ Kay McMahon This one was of a 3 12 for me it took me awhile to read it because of a busy schedule and that my have affected my rating Jennifer h had been born in London but moved to the Colonies as a young child a trip that cost her mother her life Before her family moved her father and his best friend had decided that their children would marry when they were of age So when Jennifer's father had passed away she felt strongly that s

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    Kay McMahon È 4 Read (PDF/EPUB) [The Pirate's Lady] ✓ Kay McMahon Feeling slightly sueamishHeroine Jennifer Grey is a typical beautiful blond young woman on her way to England to marry her fiancé The ship gets destroyed in a storm and she ends up as the sole survivor on what appears to be a deserted island in the Atlantic she gets along ok by herself for about a week managing to arrange shelter and get food etcUnfortunately for her it appears that in fact it is inhabited by a large bunch of p

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    Kay McMahon È 4 Read Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È Kay McMahon review The Pirate's Lady Only since goodreads have I realised uite seriously the crap I've read in my life I don't even like the reminders but this has got to rate as

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review The Pirate's Lady Kay McMahon È 4 Read The Pirate's Lady Free download ¼ 4 SAVAGE HUNTER When lovely Jennifer Grey discovered she was shipwrecked on Chad LaShelle's outlaw island the innocent girl wished she'd died at sea with her fellow passengers She'd heard of the notorious pirate's scurrilous reputation and the flawless beauty hadn't a doubt as to what his fate for her would be The jet haired rake would crush her in his steely embrace touch her with his bold caress and force h. Vulgar obscene and dirty Women should not be encouraged to fantasize such acts 0 stars Ohh click add to list LOL I love these negative reviews on some of these books it makes me know which to put on my to read list next lol 3 Thanks peaches

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review The Pirate's Lady Kay McMahon È 4 Read The Pirate's Lady Free download ¼ 4 Er to ease his manly desires Though the odds were against her the terrified blonde fled through the jungle forest scared of the sinewy captainbut fearing her primitive response to him even DELECTABLE PREY The forest rang with Chad LaShelle's arrogant laughter as he watched Jennifer's form disappear between the leaves The chase would only intensify his appetite and heighten the taste of victory once he caugh. In general whenever I tell someone I write romance this is apparently the type of book they think of Why people s brains are stuck in the 1980s I don t know When I say contemporary fiction does anyone still think Hemingway But this image of the romance genre has stuck So I decided to read one of these Old School romancesI really don t know how to rate it The prose was vivid I cared about the characters and I didn t want to put the book downI also wanted the hero to get killed off so our heroine could fall in love with one of the other main male characters This is Not Good for a romance experience by the wayThe hero is a realistic pirate Good on the realism Unfortunately this means he is a rapist Who killed a girl who tried to fight back Well he didn t kill her himself He had his men do it This either makes him eligible hero material or lazy depending on your point of viewWe find this out early on by the way Because he uses it as a threat when he yes rapes the heroineHe rapes the heroine several times Until Stockholm Syndrome takes over and for her own mental survival she convinces herself she enjoys it and she loves himDo you see the problem hereAgain this is a 1980s romance Written at a time when there was still resistance to the idea of a woman enjoying sex outside of marriage Just Because So the idea of being forced to enjoy yourself meant you had the pleasure without the guiltIn that mindset I get how this scenario would have been considered a Good Thing But only if both parties knew they were role playing It breaks down when the hero rapes the heroine as soon as he sees her and the heroine doesn t even know whom he is Not only is there no joint role playing there isn t even a mutual connection let alone affection And violence love No Road closed You cannot get there from here But this doesn t invalidate the book entirely it s a reflection of its place in time As long as you approach it as you would a historical document you won t throw this book against the wallAs it was so well written I m going to try another of this author s booksBut please non romance reading people update your brains This is NOT how we write romance in 2010

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review The Pirate's Lady Kay McMahon È 4 Read The Pirate's Lady Free download ¼ 4 T her His blood warmed thinking of how he'd encircle her tiny waist and explore her silken swells And once he'd threaten to turn her over to his men if she resisted his attentions the blackhearted scoundrel was sure she'd fall into his trap As he set out in hot pursuit Chad vowed that before the sun set in a blaze of tropical splendor he'd transform Jennifer from an inexperienced miss into The Pirate’s La. This one was of a 3 12 for me it took me awhile to read it because of a busy schedule and that my have affected my rating Jennifer h had been born in London but moved to the Colonies as a young child a trip that cost her mother her life Before her family moved her father and his best friend had decided that their children would marry when they were of age So when Jennifer s father had passed away she felt strongly that she should honor her father s wish and marry Charles Wadsworth As she s on her way to England her ship sinks from stormy weather and she s washed ashore a deserted Islandat least she thinks it s deserted Chad H has lived on his Island for years he s made it everything he ever wanted and could never have in London When he was younger he lived with his father a bastard yes but still excepted and loved by him He had been told that one day he would marry Jennifer Grey a child he barley remembered but he knew it was important to his father Years later after a terrible accident he had an argument with his father and he s thrown out of the house and disowned That was when his father had decided that his younger brother would then marry Jennifer He couldn t believe his luck when the woman who washed up on his Island was the one and only Jennifer Grey Now he can use her to get his revenge on his father He will make sure she is well used before he leaves her ruined on his doorstepSPOILERSOne of the main reasons I didn t rate this one higher was because of how easily Jennifer got over Garth being the one to shoot and she thought kill Chad It happened right in front of her and she was suppose to be in love with Chad Her actions just didn t ring true for me

  • Paperback
  • 493
  • The Pirate's Lady
  • Kay McMahon
  • English
  • 02 March 2020
  • 9780821721148