Ex-pirate Cantor Marlowe is drowning in femininity.
Perfumes assail him morning, noon, and night. And the
voices! High and trilling when calling to attract his
interest. Low and throaty when whispering dark and sexy
promises in his ears. Loud and strident when bringing their
never-ending complaints for him to resolve.
As the governor to a fledgling colony, Cantor and his
fellow pirates have entered into a pact to set down roots,
self-govern without Dominion interference, and raise
families on an uninhabited planet at the edge of the known
galaxy. Who would have thought the ex-cons they liberated
to make their wives would have so much to complain about in
paradise? 'Tis no wonder Cantor itches to go a-pirating.
Martha knows how to pick a lock. What the little thief
can't figure out is how to steal Cantor's heart. When
Cantor's head is turned by the arrival of an innocent harem
girl, Martha fears she's lost her chance at love until the
girl turns to Martha for a little lesson in love.