- File Size: 3361 KB
- Print Length: 241 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 197801242X
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 2 edition (November 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0758H9M1J
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,627 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story has pirate battles, humor, lust and romance as well as some pretty
interesting ship lingo and descriptions. It was a rip roaring good romance!
I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy some action and intrigue with their hea. Who knew pirates were such fun?
This is Book 2 in the series and it is Constantine le Brecque's story. He is the leader of his band of pirates. He also has quite a history. He is a former English Knight turned pirate, one who is very handsome, cunning and a rogue among women. Danger is always lurking.
Greggoria de Moyon appears literally on Constantine's doorstep. She has come to seek his assistance. She is a beautiful woman, one that Constantine might not able to resist.
There is action, passion and several laugh out loud moments that I thoroughly enjoyed. All of the secondary characters are great. And we get to know the characters that will be forthcoming with stories of their own.
I can't wait for the next stories in this new Pirate series.
I am not really a pirate gal, but I read the first book "Savage of the Sea" by Eliza Knight and enjoyed it. Ms. Knight wrote about Scottish pirates of the Lords of the Sea saga. Ms. Le Veque picks up with the English pirate side of these entertaining books. Things move along quite quickly in this book, but it was a satisfying story. I am looking forward to future books involved characters that were previously introduced in the first two books. Two talented authors writing about pirates for a change, while maintaining their specialties (Scots and English knights, respectively) was a bold move but a successful one. Very entertaining!
Okay I am impressed by this story by Ms. Kathryn Le Veque. Funny I say that because most of her stories usually astound me but this story is different. How can I say that because it is; they are pirates that are knights but remain pirates. Sure Ms. Le Veque can write a very intriguing medieval page-turner and even a very good contemporary but a pirate story well yes she can write those too. Ms. Le Veque has teamed up with another equally wonderful writer Ms. Eliza Knight to write the pirates of Britannia series so not only do we get English pirates but Scottish as well.
My first impression of Constantine did nothing to make me like him. Sure he definitely had a way with the ladies and pretty women were obviously his downfall. So this wasn’t helping me fall for him. He was way to handsome, arrogant, prideful, over-confident, boastful and brash. I really think he should have listened to his crew especially since no one seemed to trust Gregoria and maybe stop thinking with his man parts. Constantine did seem like a smart guy too I just didn’t trust him. Even when he took Gregoria’s innocence he seemed a little cold that I didn’t really feel the love between the two. I also didn’t like how Constantine treated her at times sure he shaped up in the end which was good but there was always that bit of apprehension will he treat her like a whore. Gregoria on the other hand was an okay heroine despite her willingness to play Constantine. I think in a sense I was happy that she was doing so because of how he was. So what made me like the story well of course the story is good, the brotherhood between not only Constantine his crew but Shaw MacDougall, Gregoria and the side characters just blew me away. I hate to say it but I am looking forward to the next one in the series and have a feeling that Ms. Le Veque does have a promising career as a pirate romance author too!