Island Flame by Karen Robards

Young and exquisitely beautiful, Lady Catherine Aldley had been raised by England's most proper governesses and sent to the finest schools, but Jonathan Hale made her feel like a common doxy. The lustful pirate had attacked Catherine's ship enroute to Portugal; he had spared her life, but taken her innocence as payment in a night of savage passion.

Carried off to an isolated pirate island, Catherine longed for the chance to slit Hale's throat. But his desire for her was boundless, and Catherine's flesh soon burned for his skillful touch. When the English rescued her and took Hale captive, Catherine found herself shamefully begging for the life of the man she had sworn to kill.
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  • 19th Century
  • 1840's-1850's


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