Gideon's Fall (Harlequin Historical, #67)

Gideon s Fall Harlequin Historical Gideon McNair Was The Devil s Own Angel True Prudence and her brother had mistaken Captain McNair for a pirate but that didn t give him the right to drag them off to his whaling camp and force them

  • Title: Gideon's Fall (Harlequin Historical, #67)
  • Author: Bronwyn Williams
  • ISBN: 9780373286676
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gideon McNair Was The Devil s Own Angel True, Prudence and her brother had mistaken Captain McNair for a pirate, but that didn t give him the right to drag them off to his whaling camp and force them into slave labor If the insufferable Gideon thought Prudence would ever apologize for holding him up at gunpoint, he was dead wrong The handsome brute might strike fear intGideon McNair Was The Devil s Own AngelTrue, Prudence and her brother had mistaken Captain McNair for a pirate, but that didn t give him the right to drag them off to his whaling camp and force them into slave labor If the insufferable Gideon thought Prudence would ever apologize for holding him up at gunpoint, he was dead wrong The handsome brute might strike fear into hearts of the roughest of men, but he had finally met his match and she was a woman.

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