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Against Dark Tides: A new adult romantic fantasy adventure (Beneath Black Sails Book 2) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B086Z1B6YK
- Publication date : September 23, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2685 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 412 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08JDTNCCH
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #19,810 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the angst book, and boy do we have some angst, but Sager does angst so well. Nothing about this book feels sad just to be dramatic or sad. The characters have serious issues they have to work through, but also lots of pirating to do. Sager balances these two very difficult things perfectly.
I am excited about the next book in the series.
The sequel is just as good or better than the first in the series. What I really love about her books is her fabulous character building. You relate to every one and you understand why they choose to do what they do. It really makes me root for them.
If read book one grab this one too, you will not be disappointed. On the contrary, you will be begging for book 3.
The 2nd book begins right where the last one ended – with Knigh and Vice on the run after he rescued her. They’re still in danger even miles away and the tension between them doesn’t seem to go down. On their way to Nassau they need to play pretend they’re in love and a couple so no one can suspect they’re actually on the run, but things don’t go so well.
Even tho they’re supposed to stay away from each other, they end up in a very intimate moment – till Vice reminds herself that he betrayed her. You can see her internal struggle and how closed she is towards her own feelings and even if both are hurting she really enjoys turning that knife into his own pain.
This time I wasn’t a big fan of Vice, more than half of the book I felt like she was acting like a brat like no one understood what she’s gone through and how betrayed she’s feeling – which everyone did understand and sympathized with her, but she still acted very brattily which I ended up hating her for it. She was so revengeful toward Knigh even when she saw him conflicted with his own pain and his own regrets she loved twisting that knife just so she doesn’t deal with the fact – that she was as guilty as he was on everything that happened. I wasn’t fond of her, because throughout the story till she ends up in a big mess, she keeps thinking highly of herself and acts like no one can get the job right and she’s the only person she needs to rely on – which is not true, and I loved the life story Perry offered to her!
This time I actually loved Perry, while she’s a little bit the shy character if I can say so, she actually stepped up this time and showed us another side of her and I so loved how mature and how straightforward she was.
I also loved Knigh – he legit gave everything up to save Vice without thinking twice. Indeed, he betrayed her BAD, and almost got her killed, but he did so many things in return so he can redeem himself but he didn’t even want that, he only wanted to fix the wrong he did. I loved that eventually he just exploded and said what he was in his mind – that moment was a really big moment for him because he has endured so many things from Vice and eventually he finally said what he actually felt about the whole situation.
And one of the sweetest things ever is when Barnacle had her babies – apparently, the cat got pregnant and she had some babies. Which brought me so many amazing memories when I was taking care of my cats during their pregnancy times. I so loved that scene – it was like a tiny movie in my mind, Barnacle and her babies snuggling together.
I’m really loving this pirate series, and I can’t wait to see where this story takes us. I can’t say the book contained any triggers – except perhaps for the moments when Vice was a prisoner for Mercia, he did seem horrible and he did treat her horrible, but the scenes weren’t very detailed to trigger anything for me tho. The ending of the serie leaves space for a lot of curiosity on my part and I’m really excited to see what’s next for us from the author.