Bennett Sharp is on the run.
Wanted for piracy, she fears neither God nor death nor man.
Except Priest Farrell.
The unfaithful, stormy-eyed libertine hunts her with terrifying possessiveness. Nothing will stop him from coming for her. Not his unforgivable betrayal. Not when she's captured by the ice-cold pirate hunter, Lord Ashley Cutler.
She must escape Ashley's prison and Priest's deceit. But can she walk away from their twisted desires?
Two gorgeous captains stand on opposite sides of the law. When they collide in a battle to protect her, the lines blur between enemies and lovers.
Passion heats, secrets unravel, and hearts entangle until they break.
Can love prevail in the sea of ruin?
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Yeah, WOW sums it up very well!
I hadn’t ever heard of this author but this was a fantastical tale with a plot twist I never saw coming! NO SPOILER
This was well written, edited and I couldn’t put it down. It’s been years since I read something that kept me this interested for so long.
Yes, there is rape, abuse, torture, etc, etc. but in the context of the story it is not, in my opinion, so overwhelming that it will scar you for life. For some it may be too much though.
An epically good erotic/adventure romance.
I searched out and read a few other books by this author but I have to say that this is the best story of hers by far.
All I can say is WOW! This book surprised me with how good it was. I'm not a huge fan of historical romances and have never read a pirate themed novel. But WOW. I literally could not put this down. It was such a unique storyline with so many twists and turns (I will not spoil anything here, but there is one particular twist that will leave you shocked). This book was dark and gritty, but still had a romantic and mystical backdrop on the sea. One of the best parts of this book is the setting. The author did really well with the historical aspects of the novel and brought a pirate-y feel without being cheesy or gimmicky. Her writing was so fluid and engaging it left me thinking about the novel long after I finished.
A huge positive for this book was the three main characters. Specifically the heroine. Bennett was the perfect mix of strong and vulnerable, which made her so relatable. I usually have the perception of females in historical novels as weak and damsels in distress, but that was NOT the case here. Bennett was tough mentally and physically and a very feminist character. I also loved how different and unique both of the male heros were. Even though we did not get their POVs, I still felt a deep connection to them and their storylines. The sex scenes were a perfect mix of steamy, romantic, and a little violent.
The only minor issue I had was that it's little bit long in parts, but that really did not bother me at all. This was a novel that was even better when reflected upon after I was finished. I highly recommend this book and author! Fingers crossed there are more books within this historical/pirate world.
This is the first book I’ve reviewed and my first book by this author. I hear about this book from Mia Sheridans Facebook page and gave it a try. I can’t begin to explain all of the feelings it brought. Just when you think you know where it’s going it doesn’t. I was wholly satisfied when it was done but wish it would still go on. It was an emotional roller coaster but an astounding ride. This is a book for grownups. The sex was well done and the violence was graphic but fit the story. Give it a try and hang on.