[ePUB] The Pirate Prince Author Connie Mason – 91videos.co

Found this book in a Salvation Army Thrift Store Couldn t believe this was written by a grandmother of six if my grandmother wrote like this, I couldn t look at her the same way. Here s what I learned from this book abduction and rape are erotic, while abortion is an act of evil. Not for me I m sorry I feel bad giving this a low rating on personal preference, but I cannot like a hero who has a harem, who thinks so little of women Be it reality or not,Not my kind of read. The Pirate Prince was just an okay read for me I feel like I ve read this I was forced into a life of crime and now I must get my revenge by taking this hostage, but fall in love with them instead tale several times now, and have read it done better Prince Dariq fled Instabul when his brother, the sultan, ordered all of his male siblings killed Now, he s a pirate but only attacks ships delivering goods to his brother Then one day, the treasure isn t jewels, silks, and spices, but a blonde English woman Dariq plans to use her as leverage, if he can resist her allure.I did like The Pirate Prince in places, but overall it left me kind of bored and annoyed Every single time anyone talks about Willow, it has to be about her hair which looks like spun gold Every time We get it, she s blonde and hot and unlike Turkish women Then there s the romance I liked the latter part of the Dariq and Willow s relationship much better than the development I simply didn t believe that first moment when they realize they have feelings for the other She spent most of the time telling him she doesn t want his wicked attentions, but they have sex anyway, lather, rinse, repeat.The ending of The Pirate Prince also had me rolling my eyes Like I said, I did get into the romance later on, and I enjoyed the plotline of him trying to rescue her from his evil brother s harem I wanted them to be together I really did But I wanted them to say to hell with society s expectations and just go for it Instead, there s a twist A pretty predictable twist, since there s constant mentions of Dariq being half English It just felt like a cop out to me Like, they couldn t be together unless he was acceptable aka seen as a Britishman.The Pirate Prince does have good things going for it I liked that it s set in the 16th century and in Turkey and Greece rather than England or Scottland But I just wish that there wasn t such a strong focus on how white Willow is and how not white Dariq is, at least until it comes time for them to be together in public That rubbed me the wrong way.Readof my reviews at Pinkindle Reads Reviews. This was a disappointing book and on most days I wouldn t have stuck with it and I m not really sure why I did, it was very predictable but then the same can be said of a lot of romance books but this held so many mistakes, like Willow s maid was originally called Kitty but then it changes to Polly When Saliha Sultana speaks to Willow in English Ibrahim says I do not understand your heathenish tongue yet later in the book he s speaking perfect English Also Dariq made the observation about Willow she would satisfy a stone if it had a cock strange quote I thought hard to imagine how it made it into the final draft of this book.It was a shame because although predictable it could have been a much better book. HOT HOT HOT Loved it SPOILERS Mason is really good at naming her characters Things Mason has taught me through her writing No means YesAbortion is WRONG Pulling out is probably an effective form of birth controlThis book blows if you have any regard for yourself, or for decent literature I was offended reading this garbage, and that s hard to do I don t get offended at silly romance novels, but rape sexy Nope, not buying it. An irresistible baseball star and a resistant hometown girl stumble into love in a flirty romance by New York Times bestselling author Lauren Layne.

Pro baseball shortstop Carter Ramsey is about to be Citizen magazine’s Man of the Year, but the only title that matters to him is out of reach: World Series MVP. Benched by a recent injury, Carter retreats to his hometown to recover. His ten-year class reunion and a potential reconciliation with the sweetheart he left behind could be perfect distractions. Until another old acquaintance throws Carter a curveball.

Olive Dunn admits that her former high school science partner is still a handsome charmer. But she wasn’t swayed then, and she won’t be swayed now. Because Olive remembers Carter’s little shortcoming: he tends to bail the moment it suits him, without a backward glance. Best to keep her feelings strictly platonic while he’s in town.

Except the entitled boy she knew is a changed man: solid, reflective, and generous. As they ease back in to their familiar friendship, things take a surprising turn, and Carter and Olive must decide if what they have is a passing flirtation or a real shot at love. I enjoyed this book and though I read it several years ago, I remember it well Nice characters Prince Dariq had a loyal servant, Mustafa, and he was great, too Fun read and the culture change for this author wasrefreshing HOT Not every romance novel derserves a rave The pirate prince took me by surprise I think this is a top ten romance novel The angst and chemistry was cerebral and deeply felt Parts were so upsetting and others so amazing that it kept me on my toes. and the end I was not ready to go on like I sometimes am with romance novels where everything lines up too perfectly I don t care if the heroine is too perfect, in fact I like it I live vicariously through them and why make a heroine subpar or boring or dull just so I can feel better about myself I m Asian and my features didn t look like this heroine at all but that s why I love romance novels Duh If my life was as perfect as that I would not be reading these and so engrossed in them One thing I liked about this book and the speed of progress So many novels make the mistake of trying to build anticipation with filler just to have everything happen in the last few pages very weak this book does not do that Other books the author is almost too politically correct about the heroine or hero even in historical romances and they ruin the characters They never develop I m not holding romance heroinces on a political pedestal here I want romance I want gorgeous heroines and magnetic hero s I am so impressed with this that I ordered all of Connie masons other romance novels onALL of them.