Pirate's Promise

Pirate s Promise When a daring buccaneer wages a seductive campaign against a beauty whose passion matches his own he s not prepared for what awaits him in this swashbuckling romance from bestselling author Bobbi Smi

  • Title: Pirate's Promise
  • Author: Bobbi Smith
  • ISBN: 9781420100396
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a daring buccaneer wages a seductive campaign against a beauty whose passion matches his own, he s not prepared for what awaits him in this swashbuckling romance from bestselling author Bobbi Smith.

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    1. I think this was the first book I've read by this author. It was not what I expected after reading the title and back cover synopsis. As an historical pirate romance, it was very disappointing. The main setting of the book is largely a plantation. There is very little swashbuckling or scenes centering around a pirate's or captain's life at sea. The thrust of the book is revenge against a pirate.So, those of you that enjoy a little more action at sea or around the life of a pirate, privateer or s [...]

    2. This was my first Bobbi Smith novel and I loved it. It was copyrighted in 1988 ( believe it's been reissued since then), and is a little over 500 pages. Adam Trent and his fiance suffer a terrible tragedy. Adam's best friend Beau was also hurt. Adam's sister nursed the men back to health, but Adam's fiance will probably never recover and must be institutionalized. Ridden with guilt and loss, Adam and Beau vow to hunt down the ruthless pirate that attacked their ship. This leads them to New Orlea [...]

    3. The plot at the beginning and end is good but it flounders in the middle. The hero of the story is a jerk throughout. He also rapes the heroine which is not my thing. To top it off, the typos were obnoxiously extensive.

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