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The judge agrees and Fosythe takes the secretary and Stevie to his house.Then he takes the secty to dinner and takes her out to the dance floor so that the paparazzi take pictures of them dancing.Fosythe then makes a deal with her, and she has to pretend to be his fiance/mistress, to get rid of all the women who are always chasing him, including a "b*t*h" actress called Dulcie.The secretary overhears dulcie in a high-end boutique talking smack, and she leaves Fosythe.She was courted by at least one other pirate, maybe Jean La Fitte? I think in the 3rd book they retired and settled down on his estate in the Carolinas or Virginia under his real name. Valerie Sherwood I was slicing up potatoes for beef stew and it just popped into my head! The story opens on Elyse overseeing the wedding preparation of her cousin (female).Classic bodice-rippers all three, but I thought they were wonderful at the time and reread them at least once, maybe twice. During the ceremony she slips away to the bridal chambers to make sure every thing is everything where she is kidnapped by Max and his cronies.He can't see well enough now) about 15 years ago that took place in the American colonies and some islands in the Gulf of Mexico that were used by pirates. Katybear, Check out this page, which lists books that touch on the Robin Hood legend and characters. I have posted this message in several threads, so bear with me if I seem tedious, but I'm desperate, Does anyone recognize this story: I need help finding this book that I read in 1998/9.There was a hurricane in one where the heroine lost her memory and was rescued by a Spanish galleon and was on the verge of marrying a Spanish noble when her memory came back and her pirate husband rescued her before they both were executed. The hero: Maximillian and the heroine: Elyse/(Elysa).
This will perform an ajax call to redeem a promotion or gift card and display an informative message upon return.I remember really liking it though and I'd like to re-read it and maybe see if the author has written anything else.I "borrowed" a book trilogy from my Grandpa (who loved to read romance novels!I do remember that there's a bar brawl scene at one point.Sorry so vague, but it's been a long time since I read it.