The Jezebel by Saskia Walker

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Once ignited, a witch's carnal curiosity knows no bounds

On the run from her powerful benefactor whose unscrupulous interest in her magic has forced her to flee, Margaret Taskill has never needed a hero more. So in order to gain passage from England to her homeland in Scotland, she plans to win over a rugged sea captain with the only currency she has: her virginity.

Maisie submits to Captain Roderick Cameron's raw sexuality in search of protection, their initial attraction growing into unbridled desire and unleashing devastating powers within her. But the journey threatens to take a dangerous turn, forcing Maisie to keep close the secret truth about what she is, and keep the superstitious crew—unhappy at having a woman on board—at bay.

With Maisie's wealthy sponsor giving chase, Roderick must stay one step ahead of the British Navy before Maisie's seductive magic causes a full-scale mutiny. He may believe he has full command of his ship, but he's about to get much more than he bargained for.

 

About Saskia Walker

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Since having her work published for the first time over a decade ago, Saskia Walker's erotic short stories have appeared in more than fifty bestselling anthologies in North America and the U.K., and she is a recipient of the Passionate Plume Award for Best Contemporary Erotic Romance. Her work covers not only romance, but several erotic subgenres such as fantasy, paranormal, historical and contemporary. Now a full-time author, Saskia lives and works in the north of England with the love of her life, Mark. Rampant is her first Spice novel. Visit Saskia at www.SaskiaWalker.co.uk.
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Harlequin. 336 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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