Only With Your Love ~~ Lisa Kleypas


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Only With Your Love by Lisa Kleypas
The newlywed bride of a Creole aristocrat, Celia Vallerand prays for deliverance from the bloodthirsty brigands who abducted her from a New Orleans-bound schooner. Though she believes her beloved husband slain and despairs for her own life, the shy French beauty fears above all the dashing privateer who pays a king's ransom to claim her ... and boldly risks capture to possess her.

The most notorious pirate of the open seas, he is called "the Griffin"--a rugged and powerful renegade who arouses within Celia desires as dangerous as they are irresistible. But the magnificent adventurer is a man trapped in a perilous deception--and he guards a shocking secret that could deny him the love of the gossamer-haired enchantress who stirs his manly passions and enslaves his heart.
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About the Book
  • Published:
    Oct-1992
  • Formats:
    Print / eBook
  • Pages:
    416
  • Purchase:
    Buy
Series
Time Period
  • Antebellum South

 

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Did not care for this book and here is why. Alpha, arrogant son of Maximillan Justin Vallerand aka The Griffin starts of tough, strong, a born leader with an attitude and a woman turns him into a spineless, brainless, snivvling worm. Then you have Celia who is his brothers wife by the way, who is killed in route home and she is still a virgin, really??? She is a fearful, airhead, who will always do the stupidest thing and always brings him danger aka harm. I got a headache rolling my eyes so much and I could not wait for the book to be over, I kept hoping it would improve. Then the dead brother is found living, from the description of his death, that would not have happened and then they get a divorce so they can wed others, again that would have never happen in that day and time. Never. So read it if you are bored, but be really bored and desperate.
Carla
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