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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Never Trust a Pirate by Valerie Bowman (Review)

Valerie's books are always a delight to read. They tend to be witty and fun. She tends to have heroes and heroines who can match each with words. Yes, you do find that in Never Trust a Pirate. For the longest time Rafe thought his brother was dead, eventually, he found out that he was Oakleaf. Anyway, Cade always consider himself the black sheep of the family and that totally suited him, and his assignments. However, he gets a little side tracked when an enticing ladies maid stumbles into his lap, Danielle LaCrosse. Yet, there is more that meets the eyes with this ladies maid.

Never Trust a Pirate definitely keeps you on your toes. Between all the spying you have fantastic banter going on between Cade and Danielle. I like these two characters individually. Cade is a wonderful scoundrel. Who doesn't love a scoundrel? I adore Danielle, because she's strong, independent, and she doesn't know the power she yield's on Cade. Yes, Valerie produced another wonderful story in her series. We get to see Delilah again, and that girl; I truly hope she gets a book one day, because dude she needs one. Anyway, if you are in search of adventure, spying, and banter, look no further Never Trust a Pirate has you cover.

Copy provided by author & publisher.

Rating:
4 1/2 Stars

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