The Gift

The Gift

eBook - 2011
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When the man she had wed as a child returns to claim her, Sara Winchester finds him arrogant yet handsome, but she is unaware of his past as the notorious pirate, Pagan.
Publisher: New York : Penguin Group, 2011.
ISBN: 9781101533154
1101533153
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive

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digitbaxter
Jun 08, 2016

Sara is without a doubt the most unlikeable character I have ever read about. She is naive, needy, condescending, cries for no reason and is just plain stupid. The book places the most emphasis on how attractive she is as though that can make up for everything else. This would have been a good book is Sara was a stronger character.

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escobarm
Feb 13, 2010

England, 1816. A child bride, Lady Sara Winchester had grown into a winsome beauty, joyfully anticipating the day when her husband, Lord Nathanial Clayton, Marquess of St. James, would return to claim her at last. Charmingly innocent, she dismissed the ancient feud that divided her and Nathan's families... and she was totally unaware of his past exploits as the notorious pirate, Pagan. The man who now stood before her was perplexing, arrogant and powerfully handsome... a warrior-gentleman whose gentle touch aroused her to the wildest, deepest pleasures of love...

Nathan had never bared his soul to any woman, but he was soon beguiled and exasperated by Sara's sweet, defiant ways. Aboard his ship, The Seahawk, she was brave, imperious and determined to win his heart completely... yet upon their return to England, her love would be sorely tested as a most desperate conspiracy sundered them from one another. Now as their future trembled in the balance, they would discover the true destiny of their passion... for all time!

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