Forbidden Desire Pirate’s Prize #3







Prize #3


Tina Donahue


Historical Romance


Date: 12/5/17


paradise, the only limits to passion lie in your imagination…

After a life filled

with hardship, landing on a lush tropical isle is heaven on earth

for mariner Heath Garrison. And it comes complete with two angels

who bring out the very devil in him. Identical twins Netta and Aimee

are guileless and seductive, living and loving without jealousy.

Days of longing, nights of carnal bliss make choosing one over the

other seem impossible, but hungering for both sisters is taboo.

Aimee and Netta’s

devotion to each other helped them survive the vicious pirates who

overran their home. Will a virile Englishman come between them now?

When their enemies return, determined to vanquish the islanders for

good, Heath races to save them along with his countrymen. But

survival will bring a choice—between the life Heath has known, and

a love that changes all their destinies…


Donahue is

an Amazon and international bestselling novelist in erotic,

paranormal, contemporary, and historical romance for traditional

publishers and indie. Booklist,

Publishers Weekly, Romantic Times and

numerous online sites have praised her work. Three of her erotic

novels (Freeing

the Beast, Come and Get Your Love,

and Wicked


were Readers’ Choice Award winners. Another three of her erotic

novels (Adored;

Deep, Dark, Delicious; Lush Velvet Nights)

were named finalists in the 2011 EPIC competition. 



her erotic romance, was chosen Book of the Year 2010 (erotic

category) at the French review site, Blue Moon reviews. The Golden

Nib Award at Miz Love Loves Books was created specifically for her

erotic romance Lush

Velvet Nights. Deep, Dark, Delicious received

an Award of Merit in the RWA Holt Medallion competition. Take

Me Away captured

second place in the NEC-RWA contest. And The

Yearning was

honored with an Award of Merit in the RWA Holt Medallion competition.

She’s featured in the 2012 Novel

and Writer’s Market.

Before penning romances, she worked in Story Direction for a

Hollywood production company.


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