The Pirates and The Amazons by John Savage

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What would a pirate do if he were to capture a tall, beautiful, athletic young woman on a remote Caribbean island?  Take her prisoner, of course; keep her in tight bondage and use and abuse her body until he reached somewhere he could sell her at the slave auctions.But if he and his shipmates were to find thirteen of them, the first women they had seen after many months at sea, then they would indeed have found a rare and valuable treasure.  For the crew of the Sea Witch, however, these man-hating Amazons prove to be more than a handful…

About John Savage

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John Savage, an ordained United Methodist minister, is president of L.E.A.D. consultants in Ohio, a leadership, education, and development training firm with more than 2,400 trainers throughout 13 countries.
Published June 21, 2010 by Strict Publishing International. 206 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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