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Teen Book Series!

Please help me try and remember this book series!


The series took place in the future or on another planet(s), and there was a teenage girl who was taken in by a space pirate of sorts and she falls in love with him by the end? I think the girl had a brother and he had his own story, and the two somehow managed to find each other by the time the series ended. (My mind might be merging this with the series Vampirates though; I'm not sure). But the part I do remember was that the book had fantatic illustrations in it, and the book's title was this immensly complicated thing, which is why I'm having a hard time remembering what it was haha.


I believe there were either two or three books in the series? It would really help if someone was able to tell me the title of it so I can reread it and recommend it again without vaguely calling it "a series about pirates" .


Thanks in advance!