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Caroline Pembroke is a lovely young woman, attempting a dangerous transatlantic ocean crossing on her own. As she sails away from France, toward the Delecroix plantation in Louisiana, she has no idea how far the journey will take her. When pirates intent on plunder attack the ship, she unwittingly becomes part of the plunder herself. For a brief, dizzying moment she finds herself at the mercy of the swashbuckling captain of the privateer Black Eagle. Although Caroline arrives in Louisiana safe and sound, she realizes that the captain has stolen more than just gold and jewels...he also has her heart! Will she ever be able to drive the image of the man out of her head? Will she ever see him again?

©1978 Patricia Maxwell (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • signe
  • 15-11-12

Sweet, but i were expecting more

What did you love best about Sweet Piracy?

The storyline was grat.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Sweet Piracy?

The beginning and the ending

Which character – as performed by Christine Williams – was your favorite?

I can't say which character was best. I liked the grandaunt and the sisters.
This was the first book narrated Christine Williams i have heard. But i realy think she did a terrific job.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I smiled at the end :)

Any additional comments?

The storyline is god, but is a little tame in the middel. Some times in the book, i thought that now is would be exciting, like when the to sisters were at the maskbal. So i must say, that this is maby the only book by Jennifer Blake i will buy for now.

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  • Marian
  • 28-08-16

very good story

This was a wonderful way to spend the day listening to a well told story.