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Debbie1959
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Looking for a book

the story was about a young woman who was kidnapped by pirates.  She was taken to Barataria, the island of Jean LaFitte.  She was a prisoner, until she fell in love with the pirate.  I cannot remember the title or the author, but it was a very good book.  Any help for my search would be very appreciated.  I believe the book came out in the 70"s or early 80's.