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Lianna and Zane both came from troubled pasts. But Lianna, strong and brazen, makes no excuses nor begs understanding. Raised by a single mother who was the humble servant of an elite family, Lianna quickly blossomed into a young woman of privilege, grace, and beauty. But when her home is destroyed and her mother killed, she's forced into a life of harsh servitude where faded dreams give way to a new and dismal promise of hunger, abuse, and lost innocence. Never, she ultimately swears, will she allow that scourge of mankind to ever violate her again - body or soul.
Like Lianna, Zane's life was also shaped by a tragic youth. Abducted from his home as a child and sold into slavery aboard a merchant ship, he suffered his own horrors of starvation and brutal beatings. Barely a man, his mind and body had become hardened by fierce battles aboard war ships, the rewards of which reaped solely by those he was forced to serve. Ultimately feared and respected by friend and enemy alike for his fighting prowess, he'd taken by mutiny, his first command of the Caribbean's most formidable warship - the 'Rissa' - unfortunate for its reigning captain to underestimate Zane's peerless artistry with all weapons of war.
Both Lianna and Zane's lives were forged from life's cruelties, their hearts fortressed against the vulnerabilities of love and trust.Read more ›
A privateer who was betrayed by another woman before he met the heroine of the story who is a self-confident and bold woman. Interesting sub-characters (who unfortunately in some instances nearly overshadowed the main characters).
An interesting plot that kept me and an ending that I didn't completely expect.
According to my opinion in no case a 5* but at the most a 4*.
This is the first read for me by this author but will definitely not be my last. Thank you, Ms. Bray-Weber for the enjoyable trip.
I don't know if I would call her gently bred as the summary does but she is definitely more educated than your typical girl in a tavern. She is stopped one night by a man who hides a medallion on her and tells her to give it to no one. That in the hands of the wrong person it could be very dangerous. So she holds on to it and then man dies that same night. Then you have men in and out of the tavern looking for the medallion and only one figures out that she has it. Of course it's Zane. When she refuses to hand it over (or admit she has it) he decides to just take her as well. Now while it made for a wonderful story, why didn't he just take it from her? But hey we will never know.
On board the ship she agrees to hand it over when they port and he arranges to have her sent home. Things don't go as intended and he ends up with the medallion once and then gives it back to her to make her feel safe. Cue the ex-girlfriend and what you have is a lot of misconceptions about each other and someone else only wanting to make the situation worse.
The ending was unexpected by far and I would recommend this book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the characters and their story. He wasn't just a pirate and she wasn't just a bar wench. She was strong and sweet and he was loyal and generous. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Juliana Howell
So I will admit I grabbed this book solely due to the cover. It screamed classic pirate romance novel and I wanted to read a contemporary story to see how it fairs in comparison to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rae Sontheyon (@Hey, It Was Free!)
I love historical romance novels and this one was fun to read and didn't disappoint me. I love pirate stories, so this one had everything to please me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nicole Laverdure
I finished it, just barely. Borderline whether it was worth 99 cents. What really irked me was the character decisions and thought processes - the heroine has almost no positive... Read morePublished 15 months ago by MrsMachino
This book grips you on page 1 and doesn't slow down. The heroine is not your typical heroine. She is courageous, compassionate, and clumsy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Barbwire58
Blood and Treasure is really fun! It's certainly not the best Historical Romance I've ever read, but I had a good time reading it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Angie
Lianna and her pirate, Zane are interesting characters to say the least.
Both had a troubled past,but I think that everything was a bit of jumble
It was a wild... Read more
Now this is a pirate romance! As a whole the story of Lianna and Zane was everything you could want in a pirate romance and more. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jenerated Reviews