Sunday, April 15, 2012

Wrong Kind of Paradise by Suzie Grant

Let me start I really like the adventure romance story that Suzie Grant writes, I mean she really knows how to captive a reader. With that said let me get on with my review.

We start our journey somewhere in Caribbean Sea in 1689. Of course we would start there after all it is a pirate story. We meet Captin De'haviland's daughter (the pirate), Angel De'haviland, who is head over heels in love with her dad's friend. Yeah, we know this is going to go over well dad. Dad's friend is none other than privateer Blac Barclay who happens to be 12 years her senior. Age really doesn't matter when your love, right.

Life takes an unexpected turn, when her father is capture by Lieutenant Charles Worthington. She comes to find out that the man she loves and friend to her father is the one who betrayed them all. Oh no, this cannot be. Angel's course of life is change in a blink of an eye, because of untold secrets that might have saved her from heartache. However, that's just speculation. So, we see her stealing Barclay's ship and set sails to rescue her father.

Now we have a steaming hot mad Barclay who's determine to capture the alluring hellion that stole his ship. Determine to capture and teach her a lesson she would never forget.

A swashbuckling tale of deceit and mystery, which happens to be a fun read for a pirate adventure. Will we find our heroine forgive the man she loves or continue the crash course she set out for? I know the answer, but I think you should find out yourself and read Wrong Kind of Paradise.

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