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A delightful, sexy read!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Once a Pirate (Timeswept) (Timeswept) (Mass Market Paperback)
Pilot thrown back in time into the arms of a pirate.
Lt. Carly Ann Callahan was a jet fighter pilot and graduate of the Naval Academy at Annapolis. She had seen her share of action and considered herself a cool head. So, when she found herself lost in a horrendous storm, separated from the rest of her squadron, and both engines flamed out, she didn't panic. Instead she calmly ejected from the cockpit into the frigid, inky black water and was promptly rescued by a pirate ship with the best looking pirate captain she had ever been able to imagine in her wildest dreams! When Captain Andrew Spencer blasted the Merryweather out of the water, he was looking for one thing, Lady Amanda Paxton, the fiancee of his most-hated enemy, Richard, Duke of Westridge. Richard had destroyed everything Andrew held dear, and now he had what Richard held dear. He wasn't about to let her go. However, it was a little disconcerting that she wasn't dressed the least bit proper, her accent was funny and she kept referring to strange things like jet fighters and wanting to call somebody named Ray Dio. But Andrew just figured she had hit her head when she had gone into the frigid water.
This delightful, sexy story of two people from totally different worlds is time travel at its best. Susan Grant, a pilot herself, has captured the thrill of high flying in her description of our heroine's desperate struggle to keep her jet airborne in the storm that throws her 150 years into the past. And into the waiting arms of a bonafide pirate.