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    For the Love of a Pirate by Edith Layton
    I have been looking for a summary for this book for a while now. And now that I found it... it is soooooooooo not what I thought it would be.

    What cha think? Nice of Avon to be consistent in giving us bad covers...

    For the Love of a Pirate by Edith Layton
    Release Date: December 2006
    He's searching for a proper bride . . .

    Constantine, Lord Wylde, is a gentleman beyond reproach. Now it's time for him to find a suitable gentlewoman to wed-;a well-bred, well-behaved lady, as proper as . . . well, Constantine himself. But his plans are shattered when a fierce, aging pirate invades his home with shocking news: Constantine is already engaged . . . to the brigand's lovely granddaughter, Lisabeth!

    But finds a perfect passion instead

    Wildly independent Lisabeth, however, has no desire for marriage-;certainly not to a straightlaced nobleman bound to her by some long-ago promise . . . even if she's tantalized by his manly form and the sensuality he can't quite disguise. Though shocked by the lady's improprieties, Constantine soon finds himself acting as lustily as any outlaw.

    But how does a staid gentleman win the heart of a bewitching pirate?

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    1. Blech, blech, blech on the story outline and the cover both. "even if she's tantalized by his manly form and the sensuality he can't quite disguise" or "acting as lustily as any outlaw" - Give me a break. Honestly - both the title and cover, to me anyway are insulting to romance readers in general.

      By Blogger Kristie (J), at 10/09/2006 05:13:00 PM  

    2. Will you still love me if I tell you I like the title ;)

      By Blogger sybil, at 10/10/2006 12:26:00 AM  

    3. *g* Yea - It IS a great title!

      By Blogger Kristie (J), at 10/10/2006 04:50:00 PM  

    4. I do love pirates though!

      By Blogger The Book Girl, A.K.A. Jodi, at 10/10/2006 08:56:00 PM  

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