The Iron Corsair

The Iron Corsair HER HEART BELONGS TO ANOTHER Betrothed to a title as opposed to a man Lady Florence Beatrice Wilfred reconciles herself to an awkward union with a childhood friend Haunted by tragedy which ripped h

  • Title: The Iron Corsair
  • Author: Barbara Devlin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • HER HEART BELONGS TO ANOTHER Betrothed to a title, as opposed to a man, Lady Florence Beatrice Wilfred reconciles herself to an awkward union with a childhood friend Haunted by tragedy, which ripped her true love from her arms, she is content to honor the agreement negotiated by her father But her world is again turned upside down, when her one time fianc makes a suddenHER HEART BELONGS TO ANOTHER Betrothed to a title, as opposed to a man, Lady Florence Beatrice Wilfred reconciles herself to an awkward union with a childhood friend Haunted by tragedy, which ripped her true love from her arms, she is content to honor the agreement negotiated by her father But her world is again turned upside down, when her one time fianc makes a sudden and stunning return to London society and states, in no uncertain terms, he wants her Given his violent past, can she trust him HE WILL DO ANYTHING TO GET HER BACK Known throughout the seafaring ranks as The Iron Corsair, Lord Barrington Nicholas Peregrine Howe, Marquess of Ravenwood, stands accused of a heinous crime he swears he did not commit After years on the run, sailing the ocean as a ruthless pirate, a chance at redemption and a full pardon offers him the opportunity to clear his name and regain all he lost, including the woman he loves, but an unknown and dangerous enemy lurks in the shadows Can Barrington find the villain before history repeats itself

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    1. OMG! I loved Barrington!With The Iron Corsair, Barbara Devlin has created a world where the chemistry between her hero and heroine is enough to melt an ice cream dessert! This second adventure, in her Pirates of the Coast, is absolutely the best yet! The intimate scenes clearly showed the chemistry between Barrington and Florence, their sex scenes are explosive but well written and filled with emotions and tenderness! I read this story in one shot, I could not put it down!Florence and Barrington [...]

    2. Love for a lifetime!!!Its no secret that I adore the brethren and now I am falling for the pirates just as hard!! Its so nice to see Lord Barrington find a chance at redemption and take a lady!! Lady Florence is hard not to love and deserves a chance at love since she was so haunted by a tragic past that left her without her true love. Will she find love with Lord Barrington and will he get a chance at redemption or will they both be left alone and miserable while history repeats itself?

    3. Eagerly Await each new bookStarted with The Brethren of the Coast and have continued on to this most recent bookn't get enoughI'm not usually one for rereading or keeping books, but these for the bill for both!!

    4. The Iron CorsairFair. But still not her best writing. The story line is ok. Still 3 stars is more than this series deserves. Devin has written much better books and I am disappointed in these books. Only takes a couple of hours to read. She can cross me off her fan club.

    5. A rather tame CorsairThe many characters were a bit confusing and I assume the cause was not reading the first book. Most of the story was a bit obvious.

    6. Great book As always another great story. It has mystery, romance, and pirates. Just a great story. I started reading and didn't put it do w n until I was done.

    7. These books are fine for a quick, easy read. I would describe them as relatively well-written, but clearly not professionally edited. Most are rife with typos and malapropisms. I've almost given up because of Devlin's constant incorrect usage of the phrase "needs must". She uses her version multiple times in each book, and writes "must needs". Must needs? I've searched online for any reference to a reversal of the common idiom--in case it was regional or historical but uncommon--and her writing [...]

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