Pirate

Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Perera

Review: The Deepest Ocean (Eden Series, Book 2) by Marian Pereraby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Captain Darok Juell is due to set sail into enemy waters and for once in his life he has to wait for a woman, a woman who with her witchcraft can protect his ship as well as send his enemies back into the sea. The woman is called Yerena Fin […]

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Audio Review: The Ugly Duchess (Fairy Tales, Book 4) by Eloisa James

Audio Review: The Ugly Duchess (Fairy Tales, Book 4) by Eloisa Jamesby Keira G

Heroine: Theodora “Daisy” Saxby (am I the only one that thinks sackbut at that last name?) isn’t ugly, but she’s not the standard of beauty. Her features are very foreign but some haters call her features mannish and dub her the Ugly Duchess. Daisy is determined to catch the eye of some buck on the […]

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Why I Wrote a Historical Romance

Why I Wrote a Historical Romanceby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Claire Ashgrove, author of Bound by Decency (The Flying Gang Legacy) Hi, everyone – thanks for having me here today! One of the things I was asked recently was, “Why did you decide to write a historical romance?” I thought I’d share my answer here with all of you, because granted, it […]

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Review: The Cinderella Blues by Obren Bokich

Review: The Cinderella Blues by Obren Bokichby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes We all daydream in varying degrees, but Kat Young daydreams her life away, remembering the most enchanting story of all, Cinderella. It is the most wonderful story a little girl ever hears, but not everyone dreams to become the heroine of the fairy tale – Kat however, does and she might […]

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Review: Encompassed (Immortal Series, Book 4) by Em Petrova

Review: Encompassed (Immortal Series, Book 4) by Em Petrovaby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes It is interesting the amount of cross genre fiction there is out for readers to have a look at. Encompassed, book 4 is Em Petrova’s chance to show how she can weave a ship’s captain and a Mayan Princess into a loving relationship. There is a reason Dante and Maria are […]

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Review: Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoyt

Review: Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoytby Keira G

Heroine: Widow Silence Hollingbrook is in a dire situation. To reclaim what she loves she must face the man who callously and cruelly used her to make a point that ruined her marriage. Only of course he doesn’t make things simple. Apparently there’s danger (evil Charlie Grady, the Vicar of Whitechapel) and wouldn’t you know, […]

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Pirate Romance: Separating Myth from Truth

Pirate Romance: Separating Myth from Truthby Keira G

What is pirate, privateer, or buccaneer romance? While pirate romance seems pretty self explanatory the truth of the matter is that modern romantic notions of pirates are far from fact. When we think of a pirate, I am sure many of you will conjure up an image of the deliciously sexy and adventurous Jack Sparrow […]

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Review: Beauvallet by Georgette Heyer

Review: Beauvallet by Georgette Heyerby Keira G

Beauvallet is one of my top favorite Georgette Heyer romances. It’s one I would recommend for a guy to read because of how daredevil the hero is and how much action and high jinks take place. Sir Nicholas Beauvallet is a dashing pirate with a rakish charm. He’s the bane of the Spanish empire and […]

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