Joi did not need too much convincing to
work for two days aboard the Buccaneer, it meant earning
some money and wading off some of her creditors. On a guided
tour to familiarize herself with her new home for the next
two days, Joi locked eyes with non-other than Ari Yngvar, a
co-owner of luxury cruise liner. Ari Yngvar was the alpha
leader of his pack and used to getting what he wanted, both
personally and in business, and he had his eye on Joi.
Like a ‘siren song’, Joi was
inadvertently drawing and calling to Ari to conquer and
claim her as his Norse ancestors did when they roamed the
earth. There was a catch to his pursuit, Ari had two days to
seduce his prey before time ran out for him.
Joi is portrayed as a strong willed
woman who is not swayed by aggression and dominance but
responded with defiance. I loved the interplay and
interaction between the two main characters in The
Buccaneer. If you want a quickie story with pursuit,
defiance and a dash of Halloween mischief, The
Buccaneer is a story for you.