- File Size: 1725 KB
- Print Length: 394 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing; 2 edition (May 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 17, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DCU75A2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,135 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There was a ton of drama and suspense and action in this story. I really enjoyed the interactions between Aidan and Sarah, as she came to grips with a new reality about her father, and Aidan struggled to remind himself that Sarah wasn't responsible for her father's actions.
This was a wonderful story and I sacrificed sleep to get to the end because I just couldn't wait to see how everything worked out.
This book is fantastic. I can't remember when I've enjoyed a book like I enjoyed this one. I was captivated from the very beginning and didn't want to put it down. It was one of those stories I never wanted to end. But, sadly it had to but the end was beautiful.
Sarah is the daughter of a madman. Roche, her father, is a pirate and keeps her a prisoner in their house and grounds. She has servants, material things that most women envy, the latest gowns...you name it, she had it as long as it was something that could be purchased. But she has no friends, isn't allowed outside the gates that surround the house, and is incredibly sheltered.
She devises a plot to break free and go on an adventure. She wanted to see things and experience life. She wanted to know what it was like to be loved and cherished by a man but her plan is thwarted when Aiden and his band of pirates invade her house to kidnap her.
Aiden has a score to settle with Roche but he's not so consumed by it that he doesn't recognize that Sarah isn't at all like her father. He finds her innocence endearing and realizes by the joys she finds in simple things, like touching the sand for the first time, that she was, indeed,a prisoner of her father. It touched him like nothing ever had before.
Aiden is a pirate in his own right but he's honest with everything with her. That endeared him to me. Not only is he incredibly handsome--and young--he has a good heart, is open-minded, and loves his family. His loyalty is breathtaking.
This story has nonstop action from the beginning tothe end. The plot was tight and the characters were easy to get attached to. I do think a few more commas to separate a few ideas in sentences would have been nice but it wasn't enough to detract from the reading experience.
I have to say I love the cover of this book, too. The couple look exactly as I'd envisioned Aiden and Sarah to look. I have to say that the cover caught my attention and after reading the blurb, I knew I had to have it. Even while I was reading the book, I'd take another look or two at the cover. It's as good as the book.
I probably wont read others in the series just because 1600 piracy is not an interest to me.
My heart bled for Cale, losing both his wife and son to Roache.
I wasn't surprised that Aiden turned out to be Caiden, in fact I suspected he was even though I wasn't sure.
I was thrilled that they were United as father and son but a bit disappointed that you didn't think those let him have his birth last name along with Bradley's. Cale deserved to have his name carried on by his son too.
It was so touching that Aiden chose to call his son Caiden Bradley, I think that too honored his birth father somewhat but he should have had Aiden's birth last name too. Sarah should have had twins, a daughter to name after Aiden and Sarah's mothers. That's just my thoughts.
I loved both stories !
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Colorful characters in the crew as well as the parrot, Carrack. Kept you wanting to know what he said/repeated next and in who's hearing.