Tuesday, 27 December 2011

A Pirate's Bounty by Eliza Knight


Blurb: 1764 ~ When Faryn is captured by the mysterious and sensual dread pirate Captain Wraith Noir, who delivers her as a slave to the flesh-hungry court of the pirate queen, she expects her future will be bleak and death imminent. Lucky for Faryn, Wraith offers a different destiny—he wants her for his own.

Duty, desire, passion, revenge and treachery besiege Faryn and Wraith. With the future uncertain, only fate, love and the truth will set them both free.

Reader Advisory: Contains a heroine experiencing the diverse pleasures of a pirate queen’s court, including f/f touching and scorching public sex, as well as mentions of traditional pirating endeavors.

This book was spot-on for the mood I was in when I picked it up. I wanted a woman taken against her will and for her to fall in love with her abductor. I got it and I wasn’t disappointed. Wraith is one of those characters who jumps off the page at you with a big, fat LOOK AT ME! And you’ll look, and you’ll admire, and you’ll wish you were Faryn. He commands your attention right from the start. His presence is so massive that you’ll want nothing but to fall into his arms and be cosseted. Faryn is one hell of a lucky duck!

Verdict: Well written, with such a vivid showing of Wraith—I dare anyone not to see him how I did—A Pirate’s Bounty is one read you DO NOT want to miss. This man will dominate your thoughts long after you’ve finished reading.

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