Capture My Heart

Capture My Heart

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Random House, Inc.
Serad is the powerful, handsome pirate whose relentless plundering is the stuff of legend--but only few know that his true identity is Lord Alexander Wakefield. His kidnapping as a child by Barbary pirates changed the course of his life. Now Serad is master of the seas, accustomed to possessing whatever--or whomever--strikes his fancy. . ..

He Stole Her Freedom. . .

When Serad boards the vessel La Mouette to loot for treasure, he discovers a cargo more precious than any trinket: the heiress Victoria Lawrence. A raven-haired, emerald-eyed beauty, Victoria captivates Serad as no woman ever has before. But the fiery young lady doesn't seem to understand that she is now a captive, expected to honor her new master's wishes and desires without question. . .

But He Must Win Her Heart

When Victoria set sail from India, she expected the voyage to deliver her into the arms of her betrothed--not a heartless gang of pirates. Now captured, she refuses to bow to any man, even one as commanding as Serad. Sharing his cabin, Victoria can barely resist her overwhelming attraction for her captor. But if she gives in to her desires, Victoria knows Serad will accept nothing less than her total surrender. . .

Baker & Taylor
Setting sail from India, heiress Victoria Lawrence is captured by dashing pirate Serad and, refusing to bow to any man, must find a way to deny her attraction to this dangerous man who will stop at nothing to make her surrender to him. Original.


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