TSTL and very annoying heroine X ineffective hero. When a 19th century woman behaves so anachronistically I expect that she has the character to justify this choice because I don't find stupidity cute at all.
Ah, James. I loved how he pretended "George" was a boy, yet he pushed her buttons. And how once he became aroused by her, he realized he couldn't really make a move because she'd think he liked little boys, lol! And how great he was with her when he did finally make his move. But at least in this on...
Character enjoyment-4 starsOverall plot-3 starsThis installment of the Malory collection doesn't have the best of plots, BUT there is ample Captain "Hawk"/James Malory thrown in. Though James, the black sheep, had been introduced in the previous two books as the daring uncle who knows the seedier si...
I have two issues with this book. First, how could a heroine raised on the shipping business whose father and five brothers were all ship captains even consider being snippy to her own captain when she's trying to pass for a (male) cabin boy? Second, there were too many repetive phrases. Only a q...
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