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The Rogue Pirate's Bride (Sons of the Revolution Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Length: 352 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"Very witty, cute and funny." - The Book Reading Gals

"Galen is a master storyteller." - Nocturne Romance Reads

"There were so many things to love about this book. The characters, the dialogue, the banter and tension between the leads." - Tyra's Book Addiction

"Galen's well-drawn characters come to life as they grow in depth and maturity in this swashbuckling romance. Her details of life at sea in the Age of Sail ring true... Readers will enjoy this rousing adventure laced with humor." - Historical Novels Review

"I laughed, I cheered, I cringed and I cried reading this book. Shana Galen delivered a kick ass, steamy tale." - Forever Book Lover

"Galen does a fantastic job of creating a historical world in vivid Technicolor and characters you come to care about." - Romancing the Book

"Pirates, high-seas adventures and rollicking romance. This one will take readers away from their troubles and give them their own adventure." - Romance Novel News

"A lot of action and everything moves at a quick pace... It was a perfect ending to the series." - The Book Girl

"Shana Galen has such a talent for bringing her characters and settings to life... The romance was hot... the adventure was riveting and this was a spectacular book" - Debbie's Book Bag

"Once I started reading this book I couldn't stop! The action was non-stop and the passion between the two was pretty hot." - Confessions of a Toxic Friend

"Be swept way by a dashing privater. Romance, pirates and a couple from two different worlds." - Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell

"Shana Galen has a superb talent for crafting the perfect characters that are strong, vulnerable yet stunningly unique. This story has a splendid setting enriched with a vivid and captivating description that readers will adore." - The Romance Reviews

"A delicious high seas adventure... a humorous and passionate historical romance." - Romance Junkies

"A book set in early 1800's with high sea adventure, sword fights, reunited brothers, and a very strong female lead who can wield a sword and outsmart (or fight) many men..." - Smexy Books

"A really great pirate story... So much swashbuckling action." - In the Hammock Book Reviews

"Shana Galen certainly has a knack for turning a cliché into something fresh and lively... lovely and unexpected." - USA Today Happy Ever After

"...Perfectly written; there is humor and action. So much action, you will not be able to put this book down." - Reading Between the Wines Book Club

"I enjoyed all the physical and emotional action that made this a fast paced, up beat read." - Reviews by Martha's Bookshelf

"I loved the romance and the action. The battle scenes were amazing..." - Books Like Breathing

"All the ingredients to keep you up until the wee hours of the night. The characters are scrumptiously refreshing... Shana Galen writes a fun, vivid story." - Paperback Dolls

"The story was thrilling full of sea battles, betrayals and excitement, the love story was just the perfect mix of heart-warming and sizzling..." - Ex Libris

"Action, adventure, and a sexy love story. Now I have to go back and read the previous in the series!" - NetGalley Reader Review

"Galen masters the dynamic relationship between Raeven and Sebastien. Their chemistry is off the charts..." - Fall in Love with Books

"A fast-paced action adventure romance..." - My House of Books

About the Author

Shana Galen is the author of numerous fast-paced adventurous Regency historical romances, including the Rita-nominated Blackthorne's Bride. Her books have been sold worldwide, including Japan, Brazil, Russia, Spain, Turkey, and the Netherlands, and have been featured in the Rhapsody and Doubleday Book Clubs. A former English teacher in Houston's inner city, Shana now writes full time. She's a wife, a mother, and an expert multi-tasker. She loves to hear from readers.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1526 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1402265557
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (February 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,101 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Shana Galen is the bestselling author of passionate Regency romps, including the RT Reviewers' Choice The Making of a Gentleman. Kirkus says of her books, "The road to happily-ever-after is intense, conflicted, suspenseful and fun," and RT Bookreviews calls her books " lighthearted yet poignant, humorous yet touching." She taught English at the middle and high school level off and on for eleven years. Most of those years were spent working in Houston's inner city. Now she writes full time. She's happily married and has a daughter who is most definitely a romance heroine in the making. Shana loves to hear from readers, so send her an email or see what she's up to daily on Facebook and Twitter.

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33 of 39 people found the following review helpful By J. Johnson on February 14, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
...and not in a good way. (Spoiler alert-I will be discussing things from the book)

I constantly found myself rolling my eyes while reading this book. I should have downloaded a sample first prior to purchasing, but I have read the other two books in the series and don't remember disliking them...I don't remember really loving them either, but that's another review. From the start, the heroine, RaEven (must have the E so as not to be confused with the bird, although she was named after the bird because she has black hair), is immature and I questioned a lot of her actions. If you are afraid of blood, why are you so bloodthirsty? What end effect are you hoping to achieve when you practice swordsmanship, or throwing your dagger? There will be blood when you use those instruments on other people. If you are the daughter of an English admiral, why are you being raised on a ship? Your father really couldn't afford to keep you with a nanny or relatives? Okay, so maybe Galen wants a spunky, ballsy heroine...nope, this girl was childish and didn't make any sense. She's avenging her fiance, but is hot for her enemy. She hates the hero, but can't keep her hands off of him. She challenges him to a duel, but can't seem to kill him...As you can see, I found her very annoying and questioning her every move, which in turn made the book annoying.

The hero, Captain Cutlass, was the redeeming factor in this book. His only fault is finding RaEven attractive. Maybe he was at sea for a LOOOOONG time before he saw her...Oh, no wait, I'm sorry. He does have some faults. He is a successful pirate, yet when he is in the lurch with an enemy, he turns to...RaEven?? Because she's so bright...and constant...

I am upset because I felt I couldn't put it down.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By bookworm2bookworm on February 8, 2012
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FINALY! I've waited for this book it seems for EVAH! By now y'all know how much I love this author's work and as much as I was looking forward to this story, once I found out they were changing the title (I will ALWAYS refer to this novel as THE MAKING OF A ROGUE) and then the cover (which is not consistent to the series), I was getting anxiety attacks in regards to the content. See, this is what happens to someone like me who takes her ROMANCE reading to a whole new level. And for that, I give Shana Galen full credit. If she didn't write her characters so well, I doubt my feelings would be engaged at all.

Well, I should not have fretted at all, although there is one itty-bitty thing that I would have preferred, and that is the Prologue. The other two books in the series, `The Making of a Duchess' and `The Making of a Gentleman', both start with the Prologue of the faithful night as peasants break in and I hoped this one would be as well because I wanted to find out how Bastien got away. So this is one more thing that `they' changed, and changing these three things in the middle of the series (or in this case at the end of it) aggravated me to no end. However, after reading the story, I'm now past it and let me tell you my thoughts on this wonderful end to this series.

If you've never read The Sons of Revolution and this is your first book in it, S.T.O.P. Do not read it...YET. Please, please find the other two and read them in order. You will be glad you did. This third installment can stand alone, but it shouldn't. This is a series that you'll enjoy so much more once you read Julian and Armand's stories.

Sebastien Harcourt, Marquis of de Valere has survived that night, but scars he carries are not on the outside but rather buried deep inside his heart.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Joan on February 9, 2012
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The mark of a truly talented writer is not seeing their mark at all. Fantastic writing takes years of hard work and perfected skills. A fantastic writer makes it all look effortless. Shana Galen shows that kind of talent in the pages of this fabulous February release, THE ROGUE PIRATE'S BRIDE.

This is the third book in Sons of the Revolution series, but the first that I've read, so let me tell you now, you will thoroughly enjoy this book even if you have not read the first two. In fact, I venture to say you might even enjoy it more.

As a lover and eternal student of writing craft, it's rare to find a book that takes me away. Consciously or unconsciously, I look for style, technique, voice. Within a few pages, I knew Shana Galen's THE ROGUE PIRATE'S BRIDE had it all. But I quickly discovered it had one hell of a lot more, too. I read this book from the first page to the last and couldn't tell you where I stopped noticing all Shana's clever techniques, because I lost myself in Raeven and Bastien's world.

The book begins with a heroine I couldn't help but love--spunky, determined, courageous and foolish in the name of love, which I found completely endearing. Raeven believes Bastian, the hero, has killed her fiancé in a battle at sea and is determined to avenge his death. Bastian is impossibly intriguing. Dark and mysterious, dubbed a pirate, he is definitely in that yummy bad boy class. He's strong and capable, arrogant and cunning. Together the two shoot sparks across the pages.

With chemistry like that, Shana's got a hot start. But Shana amps the sexual tension when Bastien tires of Raeven's diligence and takes her as a prisoner of sorts to play cabin girl for him aboard his ship.
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