Velvet Chains

Velvet Chains ECSTASY S TIESThe notorious pirate The Raven despised anything British and that included ravishing Lady Season Chatsworth The black garbed captin had kidnapped the English beauty as ransom for an Am

  • Title: Velvet Chains
  • Author: Constance O'Banyon
  • ISBN: 9780821732922
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • ECSTASY S TIESThe notorious pirate, The Raven, despised anything British and that included ravishing Lady Season Chatsworth The black garbed captin had kidnapped the English beauty as ransom for an American patriot But the longer the Redcoats stalled negotiations, the time the Raven spent with his prisonerd the closer he came to tumbling her to his bed SoonECSTASY S TIESThe notorious pirate, The Raven, despised anything British and that included ravishing Lady Season Chatsworth The black garbed captin had kidnapped the English beauty as ransom for an American patriot But the longer the Redcoats stalled negotiations, the time the Raven spent with his prisonerd the closer he came to tumbling her to his bed Soon all thoughts of freedom for the Colonies fled his mind and the only cause he now embraced was possessing his sumptuous captive LOVE S BONDSEmerald eyed Season Chatsworth had defied her father s plans for her future she certainly wasn t about to obey a stranger s commands Escape was all the spirited young woman could think of until she gazed into her handsome abductor s eyes and lost her will to resist His searing touch and devouring kiss kept her by his side with force than manacles of steel Then the moment came when Season no longer rebelled against the cruel fate that linked her to the Raven now she was forever bound to him by passion s VELVET CHAINS.

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    1. Superb Storytelling in this Privateer Adventure from the American RevolutionSet during the American Revolution, 1779-1781, this tells the story of Lady Season Chatsworth, a young English beauty who fakes a tumble in the hay with the stable boy on their English estate to avoid a dreaded arranged marriage. Her reputation in tatters, her father the duke sends her away to America to marry her cousin, Sir Edmund Kensworthy, captain of His Majesty’s Guards in New York. But her reputation as a loose [...]

    2. This was my first romance novel, mostly because it has been passed down through the women in my family for years!

    3. This was one of my first historical romance when I was a teen, from there on I'm hooked. I love pirates historical romance.

    4. AFTER READING O'BANYON'S STORY I AM BEGINNING TO SEE A PATTERN, AND IT'S NOT ADVISED TO READ HER STORIES CONTINUOUSLY WITHIN DAYS OR YOU WILL BE QUITE VEXED WITH THE ALMOST SIMILAR PLOT. WHILE I AGREE THERE IS ANGST TO THE STORY, I CANNOT APPLAUD THE ROMANCE FOR IT WAS STILTED AND DIDN'T FLOW SMOOTHLY WITH THE CHARACTERS ONLY HURTING EACH OTHER AND NOT CONFESSING THEIR TRUE EMOTIONS. MAY CONTAIN SPOILER! CAUTION BEFORE YOU READ AHEAD.OUR HERO is fighting for his own cause, he lives a double life [...]

    5. This book had some great elements, the beautiful, intelligent, but tainted British young lady, a mysterious pirate,the young lady's father who betrothed her to an much older man, and then her cousin and a kidnapping. (view spoiler)[The thing that ruined it for me was that the heroine, Season, made love with two men, who turned out to be the same man, and she never suspected! Yes,the Raven (the pirate), wore a mask during the day and came to her at night unmasked, in the dark and also spoke in a [...]

    6. descriptionECSTASY'S TIESThe notorious pirate, "The Raven," despised anything British -- and that included ravishing Lady Season Chatsworth. The black-garbed captain had kidnapped the English beauty as ransom for an American patriot. But the longer the Redcoats stalled negotiations, the more time the Raven spent with his prisoner and the closer he came to tumbling her to his bed! Soon all thoughts of freedom for the Colonies fled his mind and the only cause he now embraced was possessing his sum [...]

    7. Mixed feelingsI have so many issues with this book it is hard to review. I basically enjoyed it very muchbut I detested the inferences of the happy slaves and the martyred heroine because she helped out one day doing manual laborheaven forbid! Also, hated the Raven and Lucas 's deception . if you truly love someone why would you lied then to lie repeatedly having the audacity be angry at her when she questioned him. I would have dumped the guy. Why didn't he just tell her who he was? I don't bel [...]

    8. I really enjoyed this book, and could not put it down. Constance O'Banyon is a great story teller, and this book was a real page turner. The characters where very likable and had a lot of depth, which keeps you hanging on for more. The story is about Lady Season Chatsworth who is kidnapped by "The Raven" a notorious pirate. The Raven wants to use Season as Ransom to free a fellow American patriot, but as time passes and deals fall through he does not seem to want to hand her back over to the Bri [...]

    9. One of my first Historical romance novels I read when I was 17 and I was hooked ever sinceI have read this book probably 5 times throughout the years since I've owned it 24 years now. YES, I still have the same book from 24 years ago!!! I read a lot of paranormal such as Larissa Ione or Nora or her Robb but when I come across a romance novel about pirates or ships and suchI get it and devour it. ALL thanks to this book. My FAVORITE romance novel of all time!!!

    10. First Historical Romance I ever read! Near and dear to my heart . . . paved the way for my dream of becoming an author!

    11. No Spoilers :) I absolutely loved this book. I've read it several times and am looking for a digital copy for my tablet.

    12. Started off strong, sagged in the middle, and could have been about 50 pages shorter. Still, I enjoyed it.

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