Roar

Roar The crew had warned my father that it was bad luck to bring a woman on board I didn t believe the superstition but as shouts and noisy clashes of metal against metal filled my ears I was beginning t

  • Title: Roar
  • Author: Skyla Madi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 301
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  • The crew had warned my father that it was bad luck to bring a woman on board I didn t believe the superstition, but as shouts and noisy clashes of metal against metal filled my ears, I was beginning to Jake Sullivan, the captain of the Great Fortune, has come for me A few cities ago, my father lost a bet to him and he has come to collect his prize.Although I was raThe crew had warned my father that it was bad luck to bring a woman on board I didn t believe the superstition, but as shouts and noisy clashes of metal against metal filled my ears, I was beginning to Jake Sullivan, the captain of the Great Fortune, has come for me A few cities ago, my father lost a bet to him and he has come to collect his prize.Although I was raised among Pirates, I ve never seen one as beautiful as him He s deadly He s strong and he knows exaclty what he wants He d be perfect lover material if he wasn t such a greedy, selfish an unashamedly over confident pirate I know treasure when I see it He brings his mouth closer to mine I expect to smell beer and stale bread, but I m overwhelmed by the scent of crisp apple and burned wood How lucky for me that it comes in such a tall, fine and undoubtedly delicious shape Jake Sullivan owns me He controls me, but I never comply to any of his wishes without a fight He grows tired of my games, but he can t hurt me I m the precious treasure he plans to sell to Captain Redbeard for a hefty price I m stuck On a boat With the most arrogant, self riteous and absolutely terrifying man I ve ever mett even God can help me now.

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