A Pirate's Revenge

A Pirate's Revenge

by M L Guida


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500500887
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/12/2014
Pages: 392
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

M.L. Guida loves the paranormal. Even when she was four years old, she would watch the soap opera, Dark Shadows, and fell in love with vampires! Who wouldn't want a bite on the neck? Currently, she has two series with vampires: the Legends of the Soaring Phoenix and Vampires on Holiday.
Today, she continues to love the preternatural and watches Ghost Adventures, Dead Files and A Haunting. She's ventured into more supernatural beings, specifically demons, but not just any demons, dragon demons. Her new series, the Underworld, is with Kensington/Lyrical Imprint.
M.L. lives in Colorado near the Rocky Mountains. She loves to take her cocker spaniel, Sadie, for walks on the trails behind her house. When she travels, she tries to go on ghost tours. Her favorite so far was the Jack the Ripper tour in London.
She currently writes for Kensington/Lyrical Imprint, Passion in Print, and self-publishes. She is a member of Colorado Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America.

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A Pirate's Revenge (Legends of the Soaring Phoenix, #2) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Marissa Book provided by the author for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book A Pirate’s Revenge is one of those books where it certainly helps to have read the first story in the series (A Pirate’s Curse). I found it hard to follow the relationships and the world-building around the demons, plus I never did figure out why the demon Maketabori wants Hannah and her father so badly. Some of the terminology used also evaded me and I had to figure out what it was from the storyline. Mariah is a witch on the side of good as opposed to a warlock on the side of evil. That alone is confusing to me as I always thought of witches as female and warlocks as male. Mariah is petite and feisty, the typical romance heroine. For me, there just wasn’t anything that grabbed my attention, nothing that made me yell “I like her!”. In a similar vein, William is the typical romance hero – swarthy, stubborn, handsome. His only flaw appears to be that he turns into a dragon. I like my heroes flawed, more-so than the typical stubbornness. I did like the dragon although I was confused as to his good guy/bad guy status. When the dragon was put into William, I thought he was a demon but as the story goes on and he helps William, it appears he’s more of a trapped soul. This book didn’t really grab me but if you like historical paranormal, I think you will like this book – but I do recommend starting the series at the beginning.