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My soul mate is a pirate from the eighteenth century!
Ever since she was a young girl, Meredith loved hearing her father’s stories about local pirates. Her fascination with pirates never faded even when she grew up, which is why she’s now a professor and researcher specializing in pirates. She has returned to her hometown for the first time in twenty years to write her thesis, but ends up spending a sleepless night in a small cottage because of a huge hurricane that hit the same night she arrived. The next day she discovers a man collapsed in the garden. This formidable-looking man is wearing clothes that look like they’re straight out of a history book, and he looks just like…a pirate!
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- harlequin in sci-fantasy mode 5
- JAB 08/14/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
This was a good novel to read that brought a smile to my face. It was fun watching the heroine and hero interact with cultural norms of 1700s clash1990's cultural norms. The hero and heroine connect over watching their fathers lose themselves over the loss of their boats. The heroine helping the hero deal with the loss of his wife and child. The comedy of Ben the Parrot, who's always interrupting at the best scenes. Then that separation between the two in order to move on and the reunion. It was fun to read with the whole spin of the historical preference, the science of worm holes, then the whole Pirate themed version of "Outlander". It was a good read and I definitely recommend rent to read.
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