Pirates Booty

Author Elizabeth McGill’s idea for staying on Block Island while she works on her next story was both insane and inspiring. Crazy because it was February, and inspiring because her sexy handyman neighbor Lucius was giving her plenty of naughty thoughts to work with. Venturing into to town she run’s into Lucius and after a few drinks they end up kissing attracting too much attention for the other bar patron so they decided to go outside and get some air. Things were going well until she mentioned pirates. Then Lucius got all weird so she called a halt to where ever things between them were going.
 
Lucius Stone found himself attracted to his neighbor until he found out she was interested in pirates. He’d dealt with enough visiting tourists looking to hook up with him do to his piratical looks. Even though he wasn’t happy about her ideas he couldn’t let her freeze to death. So when a storm rolls in he knows she won’t have heat because the powers out brings her over to his cabin.
 
Can they get along for the next few days? Will their attraction overcome their differences?
                     
A quick engaging read. Roberts does a good job keeping this tale from being predictable. Her hero is flawed making him more realistic and desirable.

Book Blurb for Pirates Booty

A pirate knew when to be subtle and when to be fierce, knew when to seize what he wanted and when to work his way into position so delicately that the enemy didn't know what was happening until it was too late.

Block Island , Rhode Island 1712: Matthew, poor and illegitimate, left home to become a sailor but instead turned to piracy. Now rich, rakish, and with an undeniably sexy swagger, he's returned to his New England home in winter to court his childhood sweetheart. But will Abby, now a respectable young widow, recoil from his criminal ways, or will a fierce winter storm and her own fierce needs drive them together?

“You know what happens to a pirate's captive wench, right?”

Block Island Rhode Island 2008: Holed up in a rented cottage to immerse herself in the fictional romantic exploits of her characters Matthew and Abby, Elizabeth is ill-prepared for a blizzard that knocks out power and isolates the island from the mainland. Her gorgeous neighbor Lucius comes to the rescue, even though their earlier sexy close encounter on the winter beach was spoiled by a ridiculous argument about fictional versus real pirates. Trapped in Lucius' house by the storm, though, they discover shared passion for a few subjects other than local history…

Elements: Historical settings and mild bondage


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2008 3.75