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My Lady Pirate (A Heroes of the Sea Book 3) Kindle Edition

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"One of my all-time favorite authors!" -- JULIA QUINN, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

K.I.S.S. AWARD and CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE for Historical Love & Laughter
:  "A lively, sexy, humorous, and action-packed adventure that will keep readers rapidly turning the pages. Readers will truly delight in this fast-paced, and uniquely wonderful pirate yarn."                                             -- Romantic Times Magazine

5 STARS! One of the best alpha heroes I've ever read about! You can't go wrong with this read. I highly recommend it!   -- Melanie Friedman, RCJR ezine and reviewer

"Danelle Harmon's style is as bold and sexy as her unforgettable characters!"  
                                            -- Loretta Chase, New York Times Bestselling Author


"A sexy, rollicking, romantic adventure on the high seas! ... An exciting new read from the gifted pen of Danelle Harmon."          -- Susan Wiggs, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author

4.5 STARS!
  "Winner of several writing awards, Harmon's fourth seafaring historical romance may be headed in that same direction... The sea-faring adventures and battles keep the reader enthralled as the author takes us through that period of England's history with the ultimate death of their greatest naval hero of all time, Admiral Horatio Nelson."
                                                                           --  Affaire de Coeur Magazine

"Danelle Harmon has once again taken us on a majestic adventure on the high seas. This time we plunge into uncharted waters with the all-female crew of the Kestrel, captained by the Queen of the Caribbean, Maeve Merrick... You'll love My Lady Pirate!"
                                                        -- GEnie Romance Reviews

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  • File Size: 1116 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Danelle Harmon, Inc. (October 7, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 7, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009NLFKU2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,384 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"One of my all-time favorite authors!" -- Julia Quinn, NYT Bestselling Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Danelle Harmon has written many books, previously published in print and distributed in many languages throughout the world. Though born and raised in Massachusetts, she and her husband, a native of southwest London, were married and lived in England for several years. These days, Ms. Harmon and her husband make their home in New England with their daughter Emma and numerous animals including three dogs, an Egyptian Arabian horse, and numerous pet chickens. Danelle welcomes email from her readers and can be reached at danelle@danelleharmon.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DanelleHarmon

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By bookworm2bookworm on November 16, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
The above book blurb is quiet sufficient in giving you a glimpse of the story and rather than going into it again, I'd like to tell you why I think this story is worth your time and money.

What is very obvious in every book I've read so far from Ms. Harmon is that she respects her audience and gives them heroines that the said audience, and I suspect the author herself, can be proud of. Yes there are heroes aplenty in her stories, and mostly all Alpha males, yet when she writes her heroines I am all aflutter just reading about them! They are strong, willful and very astute, smart and witty females.
In `My Lady Pirate' she does it again by giving us a woman that is strong and stubborn; loving and passionate; a leader and a warrior.

What I liked and appreciated was Ms. Harmon's talent in creating a character that is NOT perfect and that engages my emotions. Maeve did that for me. She did things that many women do when confronted with men they fall in love with and don't want to admit that love. She tried very hard not to love him, even though the attraction was there. No matter how hard she tried to build obstacles between them and even tried to make herself hate him, in the end she'd come up short. That's what made her real to me. I loved her passion and I enjoyed watching her grow into the woman Grey helped her become.

Yes, on occasion I wanted to shake her, but I understood from where she was coming from. She basically grew on her own and once she hardened her heart, it took her forever to come to terms and accept the love that was being offered to her free of charge.

It also took a very special man, someone who saw and accepted her at face value and for what and who she was, to take a chance on her; to crumble that wall she meticulously built.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Reader on October 22, 2012
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Another beautifully written book by Danelle Harmon. For those who have read Captain of My Heart, this story is about Maeve, (the daughter of Capt. Brendan Jay Merrick and Mira Ashton) and Gray (a worthy hero in many ways). I love how Gray never gives up on Mauve (except for one crucial part but of course, he came to his senses). This is a romance story but also an adventure in the high seas. The fact that I actually read the various books in order helped me appreciate the stories more. Mira Ashton first appeared in The Beloved One, then her's & Brendan's story continues in Captain of My Heart, Maeve Merrick & Gray in My Lady Pirate and then she and her brother, Conner appears in Wicked at Heart (though the hero and heroine in this book is Damon deWolfe and Lady Gwyneth Evans Simms. As usual Danelle Harmon does not disappoint.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Booklady1 on May 9, 2013
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I do recommend this series and this book, which links the American Revolution with the Napoleonic Wars to the last. A good read despite my deducting two stars. A charismatic hero, very good character, meets supposedly hard fighting pirate lady, Mira and Brendan's daughter . A woman who can lead others and fight anyone succumbs (too) easily. Repetitive, silly arguments (takes after her mother) and sex bored me even though I really enjoyed the overall story, the hero and the imaginary interactions with Adm. Nelson. I did cry at the wedding. As in all the books in the series, the author awes me with her knowledge of ships of all types, how they are built, how they were and are sailed, all the lingo, the entire British fleet and their signals and their protocol. I don't usually like sequels, but having finished the series a bit out of order, I wish for more about the Merricks, the Lords, the Ashton's, the Falconers and the Black Wolfe and his bride.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Calgaro on June 22, 2010
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I first read this book in 1998, when I was a sprightly lass of 18. That, I am sad to say, is a long long time ago. But for its day, this novel was great. Maeve was fiesty when compared with other heroines of the early 1990's, and although the story is far fetched, it is still a funny book - and although I like Gray and Maeve, the best character of the book by far has to be Admiral Nelson - I've had a soft spot for him ever since.

So it's a great book to read on the whole - provided you keep in mind that it was written 16 years ago!

:)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 31, 2009
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While there were funny moments spread out among the book all in all I really didn't like it. It really felt utterly ridiculous. I know at times one must suspend reality when reading fiction, but this just took things too far. I didn't find any of the characters except maybe Admiral Nelson to be realistic. The heroine and her crew were just the worst!! I would not read it a second time and if I knew what I knew now I wouldn't read the first time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By . on March 2, 2013
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I will read this book again over and over. This author is a very good writer,I will read more books from her.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By marcydaisy on May 24, 2013
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I started reading this book and within about 20 minutes knew I would have a real problem with putting this book down and having to wait to read more! The characters are real,have faults and yet are so interesting you are "in the story" immediately. I was reading this and my husband had to raise his voice to get my attention--he asked me if I had any idea when I'd be 'back" from my trip!!! LOL!!!

I thought at first Maeve was too extreme in her behavior and speech but on thinking about the things that shaped her and what she'd been through I understand why the author did this and I believe this would be true to this character's life. She has built a very strong fort with high walls around her heart.

Maeve has "second sight" that no one believes in (except her family and crew). This makes for interesting plot twists. I felt a little let down when her one vision was proved right--her hero never really acknowledged her "second sight" was a real gift.

This book is also about a man whose life-long dream was to be a pirate but ended up "settling" on being an Admiral in the British Navy in the very early 1800's!
HE is the almost perfect hero that you could dream about. "Gray" was not a man I liked in the first chapter but very soon I realized what he really was and by about two chapters I was also in love with him too!

I read that this author has always been interested in Lord Nelson and in this book his character was drawn with great love and care. By the end of the book you felt you knew and love this historical character because he became a real man with the heroism and faults of a real person.

The only thing I felt was missing in this book (I've already read the other Three "Heroes of the Sea" series.
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