Brazen Temptress

Brazen Temptress She came to betray him No one could have known the truth that the beauty who swept into the elegant ballroom was a pirate queen with a treacherous plan to save herself from execution by identifying an

  • Title: Brazen Temptress
  • Author: Elizabeth Boyle
  • ISBN: 9780440226390
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • She came to betray him No one could have known the truth that the beauty who swept into the elegant ballroom was a pirate queen with a treacherous plan to save herself from execution by identifying an infamous privateer attending the ball in disguise Only Maureen Hawthorne could expose the double life of Julien d Artiers, the toast of the ton After all, she was hisShe came to betray him No one could have known the truth that the beauty who swept into the elegant ballroom was a pirate queen with a treacherous plan to save herself from execution by identifying an infamous privateer attending the ball in disguise Only Maureen Hawthorne could expose the double life of Julien d Artiers, the toast of the ton After all, she was his wife But he caught her heart unawares Julien was stunned when he beheld the love of his life, the wife he d presumed dead But here she was, her turquoise eyes blazing across a crowded ballroom, a woman determined to bring about his complete ruin She blamed him for her father s death, swore to see him hang But he took her into his arms and made her dance instead, tormenting her with memories of the passion they d once shared, determined to make her love him againwilling to do anything to keep from losing her again.

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    1. !!! I have no memory of this book except there were pirates? And oral sex? But !!! I have a great story about it regardless.I'd been reading this on someone's recommendation - someone who preferred her romances spicier than I - and there was something wrong with the kitchen sink in my apartment. So I called for maintenance and they showed up one morning just before I left for work. Seeing my pile of bedside reading topped with a book called Brazen Temptress, and knowing the maintenance guy to be [...]

    2. I wasn't crazy about the trilogy, but this was the best of all the books. These were my first Elizabeth Boyle books. She seems to write a lot about politics in France and that's just my thing. I'm a bigger fan of the 'English' books.

    3. This is a lovely story about a male and a female pirate falling in love and what happens after that.Very exciting, many unexpected twists and turns and lots of amusing parts to it. A real cat-and-mouse story that kept me turning pages until the very end.Very entertaining and I can safely recommend it.

    4. this one was a hard push to finish, because it was just a tad too over the top plotwise for me. but hey, it was totally different that's for certain.

    5. For awhile there, I thought I had discovered another keeper. Unfortunately, the random flash backs started to irritate and the over the top, unreasonableness of the heroine started to annoy me. At the start of the book, she was a free spirited girl, lovable, and wild, but of course this didn't last. When the book opens, its 8 years since she has seen the hero, and she has turned into just another one of those typical TSTL, bitter woman with a secret baby, who feels her baby is hers and no one el [...]

    6. Maureen knew she had a chip to play when she got caught. Not only does she know who the infamous pirate is, but she's the only one who can identify him, her husband. He thoguht she was dead. The love of his life, his wife, and now a pirate queen. Now that she's back he's going to not only keep his own head, but he's going to get his wife back to. No matter how much she hates him.With a great story line, treason, and twists, this novel is a great adventure.

    7. Really loved this book---stayed up late to finish. Married couple, separated by perceived betrayal, meet again. Julian is known as the privateer deReyes, an American. Maureen is Captain Hawthrone, smuggling alonng the English coast. After capture she volunteers to identify him to save her crew, ship and herself. Julian is stunned to find out she is still alive---he though she was dead for 8 years. Together they outwit the villian and find each other.

    8. Definitely the best of the trilogy, IMO. I like how the characters from the other two books showed up and remained true to who they'd been, yet also had matured as well, as one might expect after the years that had passed.

    9. Another great book in this series. Lots of action and intrigue and it was nice to see the lives of the previous characters continue on.

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