The Pirate Lord
Publish date: September 28th 2006
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Lord Trilogy (#1)
Silly heroes and a stupid plot line, all happening in 1818. Sara is a young British lady, a sister to an earl. She is also a reformer, concerned about the welfare of women convicts. She is joining a convict ship transporting women prisoners to Australia because she wants to document the indignities ...
The story has such a promising beginning. I was actually looking forward to learn more about Sara. Then Gideon entered. All was well. Kidnapping a shipload of women for a paradise colony, ok, i can work with that.Then Gideon all of a sudden became obsessive about Sara. Of course I have read stories ...
A fun historical romance. I liked the reformist heroin but she was too extreme resisting brides situation. I skimmed some because it was a re-read. Once the relationship got rolling it had a good story flow. Pirate caption captures a ship of convict women and their teacher Sara touts for equal r...
I'm glad I read this as an ebook, because that cover is so hilarious I don't think I could have taken the book seriously if I'd seen it first.
Lessee... where to start? How about the dim bulb of a heroine who went incognito on a ship of female convicts bound for New South Wales? Orrr... the last time I read of a pirate that amiable towards women, it was Pirate by Fabio. Yeaaahhhhh.... Improbability factor quite high with this book.Ir...