The Pirate's Captive by Rod Harden

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"Extremely intense, not for the faint of heart." Only Rod Harden, bestselling author of the Slave Girl Trilogy could have penned this tale of piracy and women who are enslaved and ravished on the high seas! It is the eighteenth century and ruthless James Skyles is among the villainous yet daring men known as buccaneers who make their living by the sword, robbing merchant vessels of gold, jewels, and other booty.

But Skyles, known as Captain Greenbeard, has a specialty: he targets ships transporting members of the fairer sex. Then he swoops down, puts the crew to the sword and abducts the women to be trained into total submission so that they can be sold as harem slaves.

Pity the unfortunate Ladies Margaret and Catherine, returning to England from a visit to Barbados, for they are about to become captives of the pirate Captain Greenbeard and his crew. On board Skyles' ship, the two women subjected to cruel punishments and humiliations until they learn to serve his every command. But is their captivity truly the evil fate it seems, or is it actually saving them from an even worse fate?

Rod Harden's novels of bondage and domination are "electrifying--extremely intense--an exhilarating journey--erotic--not for the faint of heart," writes Jennifer in Fallen Angel Reviews.


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Published October 5, 2007 by Sizzler Editions. 178 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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