Searching the Seas by Sean Michael
Abraham Sawyer was banished to St-Maryís
where he lives happily enough. When a band of pirates comes
ashore, their captain forces Abraham to serve him on his
ship. Once there, Abraham is surprised to discover that the
captain is no stranger to him and it seems that Abraham has
found what he long thought lost to him forever.
I was surprised and delighted by the
storyline in Searching the Seas. Itís a
romantic and sexy story. Redding and Abraham are wonderful,
The White City by Julia Talbot
Jeremiah Nettles is the first mate of the
Adrianna. He is captured by Hakim Reisí men and brought to
Algiers. Hakim is intrigued by his captive and decides not to
send him to Sharim Reis as he is supposed to. Jem is
beginning to enjoy his captivity with the enigmatic Hakim when
Sharim arrives and now, he may be playing the role of rescuer.
The White City has a great
storyline. There is excitement, romance, and really hot sex.
What more could you ask for?
Foolís Gold by Mychael Black
Ian Bowers is a pirate imprisoned in Port
Royal. Silas Christianson has come to set him free. Silas
wants Ianís help finding his fatherís hidden Spanish gold.
The men find treasure, and itís more valuable than gold, but
is it enough to keep them together?
I fell in lust and then in love with Ian
Bowers as he sauntered his sexy, witty self through the pages
of Foolís Gold. Silasí desires and hidden
talents make him a surprising and perfect match for Ian.
Foolís Gold is a fun story with heat and heart!
Of Boats and Blue Beards by Willa Okati
The love of Christopherís life was lost
at sea leaving Kit to live out his days with his abusive
Uncle. When Kit is sent on an errand down to the docks, he
decides to leave for good but his situation has gone from bad
to worse when Captain Jeremiah stumbles upon him.
Of Boats and Blue Beards is
eerie and even a little scary. This bittersweet tale held me
enthralled from start to finish. The story is ripe with
anguish making the ending very satisfying.
Each of the stories in Galleons and
Gangplanks are fantastic. With the well-written
authors behind these tales, this was not a surprise. Sean
Michael, Julia Talbot, Mychael Black, and Willa Okati have
thoroughly impressed me with their writing talents once again.