His to Hold

His to Hold Adventure and romance on the High Seas as a daring English Pirates kidnaps a feisty American Heiress Mallory St Martin is a man with revenge in his heart Born the second son his brother was killed at

  • Title: His to Hold
  • Author: Marly Mathews
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Adventure and romance on the High Seas as a daring English Pirates kidnaps a feisty American Heiress Mallory St Martin is a man with revenge in his heart Born the second son, his brother was killed at Trafalgar, and he was forced into a life he d never wanted, and wasn t prepared for As the new Duke of Chichester, he discovers that his father lost everything to GeoffreAdventure and romance on the High Seas as a daring English Pirates kidnaps a feisty American Heiress Mallory St Martin is a man with revenge in his heart Born the second son, his brother was killed at Trafalgar, and he was forced into a life he d never wanted, and wasn t prepared for As the new Duke of Chichester, he discovers that his father lost everything to Geoffrey Woodward, and the disgrace of it all, led to his father s death Vowing revenge, and seeking to win back all his father lost, he decides to strike back at Woodward through the woman he views as Woodward s greatest treasure, his only child, Miss Elizabeth Woodward As their worlds collide, they both discover that the greatest risk of all is taking a chance on love.

    One thought on “His to Hold”

    1. Great read!I have read quite a few of Marly's work and I have to say that this was and is my favorite. The characters were spot on and the action sequences were amazing. I would suggest this book to my friends and family.

    2. Excellent storyI really enjoyed this book. The author keeps you on your toes and the excitement continues from start to end.

    3. His to HoldI loved it! Elizabeth was an awesome heroine! The Duke turned out to be not as big a rogue as he wanted everyone to think! I'm glad Elizabeth helped him get back at her father!! He deserved it. And I'm glad her fake aunt didn't get her way making her marry her son so that they could have all the money! And they kept Charles! All in all a very good story!

    4. juvenileThis is so bad I couldn't even finish it. The love scenes are so poorly written I was laughing. The dialogue feels like an eight-year-old wrote it. How does a supposed rake sound using words like "discombobulated" while seducing his l lady? It is such a silly book I have a hard time believing it was meant for adults over 17. I wouldn't . Recommend unless you wanted comic relief.

    5. Adventures galirePlots of adventures with great pirates everywhere. From being the richest to being on the defensive side to survive the ways of the high seas!

    6. I liked the twist of being at sea for most of the book. I haven't read one like this, but it wasn't my favorite.

    7. My favorite from this author (so far). I liked the twist at the end and always like a book where the heroine saves herself. Enjoyable read & a kindle unlimited book.

    8. Not a very good readThe plot started off well, but then there were too many ridiculous and unrealistic twists and turns. This work of fiction was stretched too thin.

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