Stolen at Sea

Stolen at Sea by Summer O'Toole


“He kneeled down and his eyes, the color of the sea caught in a storm, met mine. For some reason, the fact that rabbits' hearts can stop from fear alone popped into my head—literally being scared to death”

My plan to save my family’s business didn’t include getting kidnapped by a crew of mutineers.

Or ending up beaten and chained in the hull of a ship.

The man who “rescues" me is equally evil and full of contradictions.

Fearsome but handsome.

Deadly but respected.

He locks me in a cell but claims it’s for my own good.

His hands are covered in blood... but tender in touch.

If this pirate captain doesn’t stop my heart, he may just steal it.

Author's Note: This book contains adult themes and scenes that may not be suitable for all readers. A full note on the type of content in this book can be found at

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