I Married a Pirate - Samantha David Reviews
Description:ISBN 1905802080 / Genre: Romance / Author: Samantha David / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2007-07-03 by Myrmidon Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... seems as he sends a different picture but she stays to enjoy the Carribean Pirate lifestyle! This is a very amusing book. ... more
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I Married a Pirate When Camilla meets the Pirate surfing the Net, ...
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Overview of the plot - Camilla, a single mum of two boys starts surfing the net to meet new people. She meets and enjoys talking to a pirate from the Carribean and he invites her and her children to go and stay with him on his boat. He isn't quite as he seems as he sends a different picture but she stays to enjoy the Carribean Pirate lifestyle! This is a very amusing book. It is chick-lit but with a twist! It is also an adventure, with some romance and comedy mixed in and is very original. I like it when authors defy the normal expectations of a genre. The Pirate is very funny - you end up hating and loving him. He can be quite awful at times, ... Read the complete review
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