- File Size: 4210 KB
- Print Length: 329 pages
- Publisher: Flowers & Fullerton; 1 edition (March 22, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 22, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079JY9BKD
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,713 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Redeeming The Pirate: A Women's Action & Adventure Romance (Pirates & Petticoats) Kindle Edition
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Enter Eva, a scarred and vulnerable thief who is a noviatiate nun-healer. Summoned to heal a sick young girl, Jacqueline, Eva meets the pirate.
Clashes between the two lead to love, but is it possible to change a blackguard? To redeem a man whose soul is irredeemable? Can Eva learn to trust him? Is he even trustworthy?
Set during the time of Battle of New Orleans, this romance has intrigue, humor, and swashbuckling moments.
Only real complaint is the over abundance of typos, missing words, wrong words, etc. An extra set of eyes during proofreading might have prevented many of them. It is hoped that the print version has been corrected as the story is otherwise decent and a great addition to the other Pirates and Petticoats series novels.
Love the cover, but it doesn't quite mesh with the description of Eva, who wears a nun's habit and veil throughout. 4.5 stars actually
He steals for the French crown.
She heals for the Catholic church.
He will heal her heart.
She will steal his.
To complete a mission for the French crown, a former pirate must either commit treason or betray the woman he secretly loves. Betraying one sends him to the guillotine, the other straight to hell.
French Privateer, Captain Drago Gamponetti is given one final mission from his employer, the king of France: reclaim religious relics from a New Orleans cathedral and bring them back. Trouble begins when he's forced by a mysterious, veiled, novitiate nun to swear on the Bible to protect the very items he was instructed to steal.
Worse, 60 British warships have amassed in Negril Bay, Jamaica, preparing to attack New Orleans. He must retrieve the relics before the British arrive and seize the city.
How will Drago complete his mission without failing his employer or breaking his vow and betraying the church and the woman who has stolen his heart?
Novitiate nun and healer, Eva Trudeau has secrets, and hides more than her face behind the veil. The convent has been her safe haven since she crawled, beaten and bloody, to its door nine years ago. When an old enemy re-surfaces and threatens to drag her back into the dark underworld from where she’d escaped, both she and her dark pirate captain stand to lose everything they’ve fought so hard to protect...including each other.
This series is about spirited, independent women and rakish bad boy pirates, wrapped up in women's action and adventure sea stories. If you enjoy romantic action and adventure, action and action and adventure romance fiction, historical romance or women's fiction, you'll love the Pirates & Petticoats series.
If you love pirates, history, humor and a bit of romance you will love this newly released book by Chloe Flowers.
The author has a way with historical fiction that enthralls and entertains. This is book #4 of the "Pirates and Petticoats" series, a standalone that follows the Hart Trilogy part of the series.
While attempting to complete his final mission to recover religious relics for the French King Captain Drago Gamponetti runs across an unexpected obstacle. That problem is in the form of a novitiate nun and healer, Eva Trudeau.
Eva has her own issues and secrets. What is this young nun hiding and how will it alter Drago's course?
I gave this intriguing story 4.5 of 5.0 stars for storyline and characterization and a sensual rating of 2 of 5 flames.
This book is more about history and it's retelling than love.
I received a complimentary digital ARC of this book from the publisher/author to read and review. This in no way affected my opinion of this book which I read and reviewed voluntarily.
I thought this was an OK book. I was not dragged into this or even compelled to like Eva. I didn't feel anything for her. I was never invested. I also felt this book dragged on so much. In fact at some points I was down right bored. The love scenes were rushed and almost looked over, an afterthought by the author. I didn't care for this style. I want a romance scene to drag me in and make me feel like I am there with them. I never got there with this book. In fact it seemed like everything but the love scenes were talked to death. This of course was what I was waiting for in the book and it fell pretty flat for me.
The author takes us on a journey with two of the most unlikely lovers - Eva and Drago. Drago is a pirate that is sent on a mission and Eva is a nun in training and needs his help. Yes, they are unlikely lovers but it sorta works for the book. Drago has taken two children under his wing and that made him more lovable to me. Eva was a thief turned Nun which didn't really work for me. The book had some history in it that I really enjoyed. I liked those aspects of the book. I felt like I was taken back in time with them. What I didn't like was how it was so long and drawn out. Just when you think it was the ending something else was thrown in and beat to death thus making it even longer. Overall, I thought the meat of the story was ok just not how lengthy it was.
I do love this cover - it gets much cover love from me!
I give this book 3 of 5 stars!