Princess Tatiana Octavia Linnet Rocheneau, crown princess of Sedonia, travels all the way to the island of Teleere, Scotland, seeking a marriage alliance with its Laird, Cairn MacTavish. The second she sets foot on Teleere her belongings are stolen and she ends up involved in a case of mistaken identity. To make matters worse, she traveled to Teleere incognito, and her sole companion/bodyguard is nowhere to be found.
As Laird Cairn MacTavish is about to execute his nemesis, Lord Wheaton, a beautiful thief that he has been after for years throws herself into his arms. Lord Wheaton takes advantage of the opportunity and escapes, making MacTavish believe that the thief was used as a decoy to distract him and his men.
As Tatiana runs after the thief who stole her valuables, she finds herself in the arms of a handsome stranger that insists on calling her “Megs”. The situation she sees herself in is not only dangerous but confusing, and she ends up having to use one of the lies she concocted as she planned her trip to Teleere. How did she ever even consider this stubborn, arrogant man as a possible mate?
The Princess and Her Pirate is a charming historical romance. The story has plenty of action and a healthy dose of humor making this book quite an entertaining read. The stubbornness of both main characters was a bit over the top at times, but I must say that their constant tug-of-war was quite amusing. The plot is nicely developed and well paced. The Princess and Her Pirate makes for a delightful romance read.