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Monday, November 23, 2009

Review - Pleasuring a Pirate by Leila Brown

Title: Pleasuring a Pirate

Author: Leila Brown

Publisher: Loose ID

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Rating: You Could Read

Reviewed by: Shawn Weisser

Seraphina—"Sera"—Jones won the vacation of a lifetime: an all-expenses-paid trip to the Pleasure Planet, a place where her every desire will be fulfilled. No one will give a damn about her curves, her mocha skin, or her crazy sexual fantasies. Sera and her sister are all set to enjoy her good luck until a pair of pirate hotties that look at her like she’s their own personal fantasy hijacks their ship.

Ace and Ryas are space pirates out to do a quick jack and run. Simple. Get in, ransom the cargo, and get out before getting caught. One look at Sera and they know they'll be taking on more booty than they planned. Hers. But now Ace and Ryas will have to prove if they are strong enough to keep the treasure they’ve found.

I did not like this novella. I felt confused from the first paragraph as the characters were barely introduced when new characters came into play and were not distinguished from each other enough to figure out what was going on. The main character and her sister are the two main females and the two pirates were the two main males, seems simple. However, the author switched back and forth so much and uses pronouns too freely to keep track of which he or she was being discussed, thought about, or what each one was doing. The story was all over the place. I really would not recommend this to anyone unless they just want to read about sex and violence toward women. Not a fan myself.

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