A Pirate's Wife

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Rosa Lee Almaida lived a sheltered and carefree life growing up until she and her mother experienced a horrific ordeal on the seas and in the middle of Africa when she was four years old. The only joy came after she met her adoptive father, a man honored by all sailors on sea and land for his bravery and unconditional love. More
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About Lynelle Clark

The desire to write was a silent wish I rarely talked about, keeping personal journals year after year. In my late forties, I found myself overwhelmed by life's experiences.

This became a trigger that launched me into a new season. I have discovered much about myself and explore the many facets of writing, finding my peace within the walls of paper.

I am a self-published multi-genre author and write short stories in my native tongue regularly. I collaborate with co-authors in different projects and find the connection fulfilling and of great value.

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A Pirate's Wife
Abducted from her parents’ castle in Portugal, Rosa Lee Almaida became part of a ransom to The Falcon, a brutal Pirate King on the Island of Madagascar in exchange for her younger brother Pedro’s life. She faced The Falcon’s son Roberto de Ville, a man equally fierce but with a hidden agenda.

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Reviews of A Pirate's Wife by Lynelle Clark

Akanksha1612 reviewed on July 20, 2020

good story. but with lot of twist and turns
but you will like the characters and the plot is very engaging.

good book
(review of free book)
dorothymathewson3432 reviewed on Dec. 23, 2017

I found that this story had too many story going on in it.it became confusing and
hard to keep the story straight.and the people in it was to happy go lucky
(review of free book)
Peyton Heart reviewed on March 12, 2013

Monday, 11 March 2013My Review of The Pirates Wife
Posted by Peyton Heart at 17:54
I have just finished reading historical romance The Pirates Wife by Lynelle Clark
although not one for historical romacnes myself there were a few parts I did like

Set in the sixteen hundreds when pirates were plenty and plundered the sea
Rosa-lee and her mother's journey I found was very similiar ...
The way the author uses language of the time and describes this was well done
I was let down somewhat by how she took the same story line as her mother did

I did enjoy how their forbidden passion and love grew from unspoken glances ,
to their nights filled with passion it was very well described so that the reader could almost feel
what she was feeling..
I liked the twist in the end as well it was well done..

But I did feel the story in whole was a bit predictable for me...
People who do enjoy this type of setting and genre will love it
Peyton Heart
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
Liliana Soare reviewed on March 7, 2013

Rosa Lee Almaida has once experienced a terrifying ordeal on the seas as a child. Twenty years later she returns to the seas, abducted from her parents’ castle in Portugal as she becomes part of a ransom to The Falcon, a Pirate King on the island of Madagascar. Fate and unexpected events turn the wheels, and Rosa falls in love with the Falcon’s son Roberto de Ville. Lynelle Clark masterfully developed their story, making me feel glued to each page right to the very end. ‘A Pirate’s Wife’ is an intricate tale that takes the reader through a provocative mix of events. It is seamlessly written, brimming with action and romance. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Definitely a must read that I highly recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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