Monday, October 31, 2016

Balance of October, 2016

During the month of October, 2016, I reviewed the following:

- "Pirate Passion" by Lolita London. Read my review.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Book "Pirate Passion" by Lolita London

About the Book: Pirate Passion is a steamy historical romance adventure novel. June Masters leaves her unpromising life as a future bride in the colony of Barbados in a desperate search for her real father, the legendary Black John. Her search puts her in the path of impulsive, reckless Thomas Irons, a former sailor determined to join Black John's crew. As they misadventure their way across the Caribbean thanks to June's insatiable curiosity and Tom's free spirit, what started as a partnership quickly turns to passion - even in the face of insurmountable odds. BONUS Novella: When you purchase Pirate Passion, you receive a free and unique re-telling of this story by Eloise Snow in addition to the main novel, not available for purchase anywhere else.

About the Author: Lolita London lives with her husband and two children in Austin, Texas. When she's not writing steamy erotic romance she enjoys horseback riding, traveling and trying new things.
ALL of Lolita London's sizzling books are available via the Kindle Unlimited program.

My Review: This is another well written romance from this author and in my opinion the best so far. A young lady (June) decides to escape from an arranged marriage by her father. Her mother, while intoxicated, reveals that her real father is a famous pirate named Black John, not the pastor she had known as father for her whole life. She decides to go searching for Black John. In this task she gets the help of young Thomas Iron. Their adventure begins and the attraction and romance blossom during their travel. 
The book is well written, the story is entertaining. I recommend this book to the library of all readers that appreciate a good romance story. But be aware that there are some colorful description of the intimate relation between the characters. 
I received this book from the author for reviewing. I was not requested to provide a positive review. Opinion expressed here is my own. 

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