As You Wish, Paperback Book
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'Nothing gets me to a bookstore faster than Eloisa James' - Julia QuinnFrom New York Times bestselling author Eloisa James come two stunningly sensual stories in which gentlemen who rule the waves learn that true danger lies not on the high seas, but in the mistakes that can break a heart . . . and ruin a life for ever.As You WishLady Grace Ryburn is in love with a dashing young lieutenant, Colin Barry, but she turns away, thinking that Colin is in love with her sister.Should Colin throw propriety to the winds, imitate his pirate father, and simply take what he most desires?Seduced by a PirateAfter years at sea, Sir Griffin Barry comes home to claim his wife.

But is Phoebe his wife, if their marriage was never consummated?As an infamous pirate, Griffin claimed and kept gold and jewels . . . but this is one treasure that will not be so easy to capture.Includes a teaser of Eloisa James's next book Once Upon A Tower. 'Romance writing does not get better than this' People Magazine

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Historical romance
  • ISBN: 9780749959647

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A tie in to the Ugly Duchess, this books features two stories, one about Sir Griffin Barry, the other noble pirate featured in the book, the other about Lady Grace Ryburn, Jamie and Theo’s daughter, who falls in love with Colin, Sir Griffin’s adoptive son, who follows his father to sea by joining the Royal Navy and possibly falls in love with Grace’s sister. Sir Griffin, having been absent from home since the day after his wedding fourteen years ago has a great deal of work to do to convince his wife Phoebe to take him back, including getting her name right. These are charming stories which work well alongside The Ugly Duchess and passed the time nicely.

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