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In the New York Times best-selling tradition of Lynsay Sands, Karen Hawkins, and Monica McCarty comes the second book in Paula Quinn's new sinfully sexy Scottish romance series.

An Innocent Stowaway

As the sheltered niece of a Highland chief, Caitrina Grant longs for adventure beyond the lush hills of Scotland. So when a pirate ship glides into the loch, tempting her with promises of exotic lands and hidden treasures, Trina sneaks aboard. But she is unprepared for the consequences - and the seductive captain who demands the ultimate price for her deception.

A Sinful Pirate

For Alexander Kidd, the sea is no place for a lady. Pursued by deadly enemies from every direction, Alex won't rest until he claims the bounty of riches left to him by his father, the notorious Captain Kidd. A stowaway will not be tolerated - no matter how beautiful. But fighting his desire for Trina soon becomes his toughest battle yet, and he will have to make an agonizing choice: sacrifice his quest or lose the woman who has stolen his heart.

©2014 Paula Quinn (P)2014 Blackstone Audio

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Such a let down

So sad. I love Paula Quinn's books and had such high hopes for a new setting in her novels. Maybe the book is better but this was so cheesy. I was on a 15 hour flight listening to this and was rolling my eyes the whole time. So predictable.

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