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The Pirate Bride

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2008

    This is a superb early eighteenth century romance

    In 1716 one of the most feared Caribbean pirates Red Roberts seeks revenge. The infamous pirate aims to kill Blair Colm, who wants to sell her into marriage Red Roberts is a woman masquerading as a man. She escaped his efforts by turning to the sea becoming the frightening scourge plundering ships while diligently hunting for Blair.----------------- Red takes the ship captained by Laird Logan Hagarty and holds him prisoner until her vessel is shipwrecked. They end up together on a deserted island where they begin to fall in love. Although he understands how difficult his vow will be, he promises her to bring the odious Colm to face criminal charges, but his prime mission is to persuade Red they belong together after they are rescued.-------------- This is a superb early eighteenth century romance starring a wonderful unique female character and the man who admires her grit and courage. The story line is action-packed at sea and on land. However the exciting plot belongs to the intrepid Red Roberts who since her parents died in 1689 off Scotland has lived for one thing only until Logan enters her life confusing her emotions.------------ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2013

    Okay, underdeveloped and simplistic.

    The story idea is great but the characters are too predictable and one dimensional. Wihin the same page your main characters will have the exact same thoughts. All pirates are good people looking to retire. People fall out of and in love simultaneously all in the the last few chapters. All the protagonists have the same main enemy for the same reason even though they come from different countries. And the herione gets knocked out half a dozen times in a day but manages not to show signs of brain trauma.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2009

    Great Historical Read

    Some twists, nice way to tie the hero and heroine together. Good insight and views on pirates.

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