The Pirate's Witch

The Pirate's Witch

by Jennifer Blackstream

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156871056
Publisher: Skeleton Key Publishing
Publication date: 10/02/2016
Series: Blood Prince , #45
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 122,491
File size: 359 KB

About the Author

Jennifer Blackstream is a USA Today bestselling author of fantasy/paranormal romance. Urban Fantasy will soon be joining her repertoire, and if she doesn’t get hold of the insidious roving gang of plot bunnies, there’s going to be steampunk sprinkled in there too…

To date, Jennifer has two series:

BLOOD PRINCE SERIES (COMPLETE):

Book 1 - Before Midnight
Book 2 - One Bite
Book 3 - Golden Stair
Book 4 - Divine Scales
Book 5 - Beautiful Salvation

Bonus Adventures in the Blood Prince World:

Book 2.5 - What Big Teeth You Have (free when you sign up for mailing list mentioned below)
Book 4.5 - The Pirate’s Witch
Book 5.5 - Dead to Begin With (available only between Thanksgiving and whenever Jennifer takes her Christmas tree down)

BLOOD REALM SERIES (IN PROGRESS SPIN-OFF OF BLOOD PRINCE SERIES):
Book 1 - All for a Rose
Book 2 - Blue Voodoo
Book 3 – The Archer

For news, new releases, and a free copy of What Big Teeth You Have, sign up for Jennifer’s mailing list here: eepurl.com/zwqkz

Jennifer has unfailing affection for the authors who have influenced her, including Laurell K. Hamilton, Jim Butcher, and the sorely missed Sir Terry Pratchett. Her books include humor, romance, and action, with enough darkness to keep things very interesting.

When Jennifer isn’t writing, she can be found binge watching iZombie, Castle, or Once Upon a Time with her sibling (or Bones if she’s alone). She also spends an inordinate amount of time arguing with herself over whether it’s too late for another cup of coffee. To find out more about Jennifer, visit her website at jenniferblackstream.com

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The Pirate's Witch 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Catherines_Reads More than 1 year ago
Absolutely loved this story! The unknown absolutely killed me. I was on the edge of my seat till the very end. This is a must read!
DVKov More than 1 year ago
Kidnapping. Deceit. Action. Revenge. Longing. Passion. You get all this and more in Jennifer Blackstream’s book The Pirate’s Witch, the next book in her Blood Prince series. This latest retelling of a fairy tale character’s adventures gives us Captain Hook, known as Tyr here, on a quest to catch the firebird. He found a firebird feather and, expecting a handsome reward, took it to the Ogre King. Unfortunately the Ogre King demanded the entire bird, with payment being the sparing of Tyr’s life. Based on direction from Baba Yaga, Tyr sets out to find the earth witch Ingrid to help him locate the firebird. Being an earth witch, Ingrid reasonably refuses to go on Tyr’s pirate ship to accompany him on his quest. Tyr quite unreasonably kidnaps her, cutting her off from her source of power. Thus begins Ingrid’s plan for a very nasty revenge. Tyr is a complicated character. He’s honest in that he tells Ingrid he values no one’s life more than his own, which he proves time and again with his actions. He’s hard to like at first, yet there are glimpses of a kind and caring man in his past and present. He’s grown tired of the life of a pirate and yearns for the simpler life he enjoyed as a boy in his family orchards. Ingrid could give him that life again, if only he hadn’t ruined all chances at happiness with his treatment of the witch. There are threads that tie all of the books in this series together, and as a result Blackstream has created a new and interesting world where the characters are vaguely familiar but oh so much more than you remember from childhood stories. There is always something major standing in the way of a happily ever after that is often resolved in a way I never would have imagined. These books are fun, and I find myself unable to stop reading until I know how it all ends. It’s a wild ride, and definitely worth the time. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.