Book Love (53) A Pirate’s Wife For Me

Caitlin MacLean of Scotland is proud to announce her graduation from The Distinguished Academy of Governesses. She specializes in the womanly arts of housekeeping, picking locks, and overthrowing ruthless dictators, and looks forward to attaining a position wherein she can utilize these skills. No dashing, dastardly pirates or faithless, former lovers need seek her services.

Ship’s captain (and prince in disguise) Taran Tamson is by coincidence in need of the best lockpick in the land; he wants the reckless auburn-haired beauty to retrieve the papers that will help him leave behind his swashbuckling ways and win back his island kingdom of Cenorina. So he assures said lady that he will honor her demand for a proper, chaste relationship for as long as she desires it, then uses his every sensual wile to make sure she desires only one thing — him…

Why A Pirate’s Wife For Me?

This was such a fun book to read, and like typical Christina Dodd I fell in love with the story pretty quickly. This is a second chance romance, we see flashbacks to get the sense of the previous sense of their relationship and then to see them reconnect again and yeah its not a easy road for them. They are working together to bring down a common enemy, and they have some issues to work out and it was quite an adventure seeing the way this story unravels. And the supporting cast of characters are such fun too, Taran’s crew are hilarious and loved their bantering. A solid pirate themed romance.

11 thoughts on “Book Love (53) A Pirate’s Wife For Me

  1. It’s been forever since I read a good Pirate romance, I really need to give Dodd a try. I love HR and haven;t read her, shameful? I think it is

    1. haha yeah its not my favorite at all, her more classic romance HR are tons better!!! She does have a shifter family series that I think you might like if you are ever curious.

  2. Glad to see you enjoyed this one .This is an author I’ve not tried yet. I haven’t read a pirate romance forever, but I used to read them all the time. I remember loving My Beloved Pirate by Casey Alexander when I was younger, and reading it over and over again. 🙂

  3. I have definitely heard of Christina Dodd! I feel like one of her Avon series just got repackaged a few years ago… I’ve not read any of her books. I want to read a pirate romance! Can you think of any more recent ones that you’ve read (if any)? 😀

    Have a lovely weekend, Renee. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  4. This is totally different that what I’m used to read but I’m curious. I’ve never read pirate romance (hero) before. 😀

    Btw, when I open this web from safari, not from the link on twitter, I still cant see this post. The latest post on this blog is your book review Reid by Kristen Ashley.

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