- Average 3.0 from 6 ratings
Ordinary, at best. 3 out of 5 (Eljay)
A bellow average narration. The story line is vague. Very poor
dialogs. The book has also quite few misspellings. Does the author
uses spell check? Not worth the money you pay for it. 1 out of 5
A bit slow in the middle, but picks up at the end. 4 out of 5
Lame. A scenario is just getting started and interesting when it falls
flat for want of a proper follow through of the theme. Good concept
but not well executed. 3 out of 5 (Fred)
Captured by Barbary Pirates!
(James Darwin and Barbara Moore)
Lady Barbara, eldest daughter of an English Duke, had led a sheltered life surrounded by servants who waited on her every desire, maintaining her virginity to give to the proper English Lord she would be married off to on her wedding night. When she booked passage on a Grand Tour to Rome with five of her peers, each accompanied by their maids, she couldn’t have imagined what would await her on a fine summer day in 1803. Their ship was attacked by Barbary Coast pirates, looking to capture European slaves for the harems of North Africa and the Levant. Taken prisoner, Lady Barbara and her companions would have to learn to obey their masters and satisfy their every desire without hesitation. Sold in the markets of the Near East, she would enter a life of sexual servitude which nothing in her past had prepared her for and she would have to adapt or face severe punishment. But, with her fate in the hands of powerful men, in a court full of intrigue and plots, Lady Barbara would face perils that she could barely imagine. Read James Darwin and Barbara Moore’s most exciting story yet!
No. words: 43484
Style: Male Dom - M/F
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook / Paperback Book
Published: 11 / 2017
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James Darwin, a scientist by training, writes stories about the harsh judicial punishment of disobedient females.
Barbara Moore is a writer who enjoys setting her stories in real historical contexts in which her characters find themselves in unexpected peril.