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The road to vengeance leads to unexpected romance for a bitter, broken captain and an innocent, gentle novice. Their adventure will take them from the warm winds of Algeria to the chilled shores of Denmark. Will they find happiness in the end?
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About the Author
Rosemary O’Malley resides bodily in north Florida with her husband, two children, and four cats. Her genealogy includes Irish Anglican priests, Muscogee-Creek women, Welsh traders, and authentic Florida Crackers. She was reared on Kathleen Woodiwiss and Fern Michaels novels, Errol Flynn and Douglas Fairbanks movies, frequent trips to Walt Disney World and long car rides all over the United States and Canada. Those long car rides, paired with romance novels, adventure films, and Disney fantasy may have had something to do with her becoming a writer.Currently, she is enjoying the works of Rachel Haimowitz and Cat Grant, Kirby Crow, Carole Cummings, and Jill Knowles. She is revisiting the romance and adventure of her childhood favorites, as well, with The Three Musketeers, The Count of Monte Cristo, Captain Blood, and The Scarlet Pimpernel in the mix.
The Red King based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I loved this book. One of the best I've read
I. Love. This. Book! The Red King is a m/m love story set on the high seas. In the 1600s, Rory, also called Ruaidhri (the Red King), escapes from sexual bondage and slavery to create a new life as pirate and captain of the Taibhse ("Ghost"). Although now feared and respected, Rory shuns love, obsessed with taking revenge on the man, Maarten Jan de Wortt, who nearly destroyed him. When Rory's crew captures Andrew, a beautiful young man raised by cloistered holy men, Rory sees Andrew only as a potential weapon in his all-consuming quest for vengeance. But Andrew, although brought up to lead a simple life now lost to him, is no simpleton. What begins as mutual lust and self-interest slowly turns into something deeper, forcing Rory to decide which is more important: his long-awaited vengeance, or Andrew? What else can I say? This book satisfied me on every level. It's well-written, packed with accurate historical details and features a great supporting cast, not to mention a villain so evil, I wanted to kill him, bury him, dig him up and kill him again. But most of all, The Red King delivers two wonderful heroes: Rory, indomitable on the outside but broken on the inside, and Andrew, untutored in the ways of the world, yet emotionally fearless. Together they make an unforgettable couple. The Red King is filled with adventure, humor, angst, sex and most of all, romance. If you adore m/m romance as much as I do, give this book a try.