Greyson Till never found a weapon he didn’t like. As the immortal Master Gunner of a pirate ship, he’s grown his collection for over two hundred years. So when a legendary cursed blade that can cut through any material goes missing from the government’s paranormal artifact vault, he’s eager to retrieve it. Working with the secret division Department 13 has always come with its set of challenges, but this one is the worst yet.
Along with the mission comes fiery, no-nonsense paranormal weapons expert Aura Henderson, who couldn't be less thrilled about this pairing. The last time they saw each other, Greyson accidentally blew her cover, almost killing them both. Worst of all, to get the sword, she has to pose as Greyson's wife. The last thing she needs is to get involved with a sexy grumbly pirate, whether in reality or just pretend.
When they locate the relic, the gilded blade thirsts for blood and things aren’t what they seem. Greyson isn’t sure who to trust anymore, and he’s not about to let death come between them...
Each book in the Sentinels of Savannah series is STANDALONE:
* Magnolia Mystic
* Pirate's Passion
* Pirate's Pleasure
* Pirate's Persuasion
* Pirate's Promise
Hello pirates! How have I missed this series up until now? Pirate's Promise by Lisa Kessler is a exciting adventure with the perfect blend of great characters, suspense and steamy heat. It made for a hard book to put down.
Greyson and Aura. Trust issues, strong streaks of stubbornness, and their love of weapons. These two were made for each other. The chemistry between them was delicious and I thoroughly enjoyed how it went from ‘Oh no, not Him/Her’ to ‘I can’t live without you’. The story had the perfect blend of heat and suspense, with a dash of levity and great secondary characters. Let us also not forget, PIRATES! I loved how, despite how old they were, these pirates felt very modern. I look forward to backtracking and reading their stories.
I really enjoyed Greyson and Aura’s story and has sparked my interest in wanting to know more about the other coupled up characters. This is most certainly a great series and while Pirate’s Promise worked out very well for me as a standalone, I highly suggested reading the Sentinels of Savannah Series so you don’t miss out on all that yummy goodness.
I received this book from Netgalley. I was not compensated for the book other than the entertain