The Pirate Prince

| September 28, 2013

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The Pirate Prince

Virgin Treasure
She was a jewel among women, brighter than the moon and starts. Her hair shone like newly minted gold, and her skin was as smooth and iridescent as an exquisite pearl. Her lips were lush and pink, made for kissing. She was a pirate’s prize, yet he could not so much as touch her.

Virgin Trouble
Destined for the harem of a Turkish potentate, Willow wondered whether she should rejoice or despair when her ship was beset by a sinfully handsome pirate. Now is seemed she was a helpless pawn in a power play between two brothers. Fortunately for Willow, neither Ibrahim nor Dariq realized that a clever woman is never without resources. No matter how much he tempted her, she would teach her captor a thing or two before she gave her heart to … The Pirate Prince.

THE PIRATE PRINCE “Mason’s romances are always a feast for readers seeking passionate, exciting stories peopled with larger-than-life heroes who take your breath away” … Romantic Times

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