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  1. says:

    Having just spent the weekend at a pirate event with copious amounts of rum and shenanigans I thought I would prolong the event and read a pirate story view spoiler Unfortunately I picked the wrong one as this pirate wasn t really piratey enough He was rather nice and tame and even cried a few times.He also didn t have a wooden leg, a hook an eyepatch or a parrot He was possibly the worst pirate I have never heard of So why didn t I enjoy this tale It was a teeny bit boring and rather fragmented it was like it couldn t decide if it was a romance about the MC s or the h s parents as the book kept flashing back to her parents meet and subsequent romance told through their journals In fact when I first started reading the book I thought this was their story.The H started off as a meany but within a few pages he had turned all cute and concerned, ran a lovely and respected ship and let the h boss him around He had a little wobble when she ran off and he threatened to flog her but even his shipmates baulked at that treatment for a lady and he soon changed his mind I thought pirates were pretty superstitious about having women onboard but this jolly crew adored her apparently.I also found it slightly jarring that she referred to her biological dad constantly in those terms, its not really language I would associate with a historical story and I would suspect there is a appropriate term out there.There was no real angst, no OM OW everyone was lovely apart form a couple of shady characters but the h saw both of them off with no help from her H shes quite able to plunge a dagger into one of the most feared pirates in the world but her H couldn t beat him in a duel.I feel a bit mean only giving this 2 stars as it wasn t awful I just expect bodice ripping seduction from my pirate H s not cute I love yous lets get marriedand canoodle hide spoiler


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    3.5 Stars for my first ever historical fiction read A very enjoyable story with strong characters, and believable scenes This for me was a tale about bravery, romance, love, and extreme courage.The faith of a pirate s wife is unshakable And that s what I take with me from this journey Faith and love I have to admit I was taken totally by surprise, this book had a few twists I didn t see coming Brilliant ending Pick up a copy and you might find your imagination upon a pirate ship, smelling the crisp salty air.


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    01 March 2013Interview compiled by M.C.V Eagan, author of The Bridge of Deaths about my book A Pirate s Wife.I want too thank her for interviewing me She will also host a promo of my book on her blog on March 6, 2013.1 Can you tell us a little about Your Book s without giving away too many spoilers and what inspired you to write it a A Pirate s Wife is about trust between two people in a relationship Trusting each other enough to know that you are safe facing the most difficult situations Listening to parents advice and using their live as an example of what love is all about The reason I added the diary inscriptions as a subtle reminder b I read a book once about this couple who met and together faced grueling tests over a two year period I loved the intrigue, the multi layered complexions of the book but at the end I felt there were too many unanswered questions and when our life dramatically changed I had the time to start writing It was a continuous flow of words as characters and plot formed and I answered the questions of the book in my head Of course I changed many things but I always had the book as a reference, creating my own plot 2 Which character do you like the most Why a Roberto du Val, the Pirate b He is all that a man should be Tough, taking charge in a no nonsense way Not afraid of any challenges he faced Earning the respect of his peers Doing the right thing even when the odds are against him However he is also in harmony with his own emotions and feelings Willing to admit his love, showing it to Rosa Lee.3 When did you know you wanted to be a writer I always loved books Worked as a librarian assistant at school during lunch hour Had no trouble getting on my bike in the afternoons to spend time in the town s library The other day on Face book I met one of my old primary school friends she reminded me that I used to say that I wanted to write I didn t remember that but I think it was always in the back of my mind Until a trigger went off and I sat down and write 4 What books have most influenced your life most I love a good mystery and the day I pick up a novel of German author Heinz G Konsalik I was hooked He was one of my favorites in school His wonderful descriptions of the Kremlin, the Tundra or life behind the iron curtain were vivid and real and I felt I was part of the story Making the story alive and I read many books two or three times.Books like The Doctor of Stalingrad , Natascha , The Changed Face and many .Ena Murray was another who wrote historical and contemporary romances Becoming part of the characters with intriguing plots that entertained me for hours Her book Martlemars van die Noodlot An Afrikaans Historical Romance was the one who is the foundation of A Pirate s Wife Wille Martin s historical romances Linda L Chaikin series East of the Sun.5 Are there any new authors that currently interest you And which is your favorite author of all time D.A Serra author of Primal captured my attention as Heinz G Konsalik did I loved the book and enjoyed it tremendously.A.L Jackson author of When we Collide had me on the edgeVicky Savage author of the Transcender Trilogy made YA and Sci Fi books real entertaining Stieg Larson and the Series The Millennium Trilogy had me on the edge And no I did not like the remake of the American movie They lost a lot of the intrigue and sharp edginess of the story.Dale Meyer, April Spencer both introduced me to YA and I have great respect for them I can name but will stop here.6 Do you have any little things you do or traditions you follow when you write a Early morning is the best time for me b I make notes, my mind always active c I need silence around me when I write d I first write in a note book before I go to the computer.7 Do you have a dedicated space, a particular office or piece of machinery I used to have an office but now I have a corner in our living room Desk and PC with lost of note books and dictionaries.8 Do you ever write longhand Do you ever use a tape recorder a Yes I write long hand before I start on the Computer b no9 If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your published works I am still new, still learning as I go along but I have learned to ask questions and learn from my peers So the answer at this stage is No I will not change anything.10 What do you love most about writing The creativity and complexity of writing and everything that is involved The interaction with co authors, learning from them.11 What kind of research did you do for this book I went through a lot of information about ships, the island of Madagascar, touring the Internet for days 12 What s a typical working day like for you a As an early riser I write my first 1000 words before seven b Ready myself for the day You know the typical house wife duties c Reading and responding to mails d If that is a day that I have to post a review I do that around ten Visiting the social networks to paste and advertise it for the author I love this part, where I can connect with people on the different sites e The rest of my day is spend on reading the next book for review or do some research.13 What is the hardest part of writing for you The long hours of solitude and the marketing You need to be out there opening yourself to everyone I am a very private person At times I feel overwhelmed with it asking myself why I do this to myself.Family that do not understand the hard work you put in They want to see the dollars rolling in.14 What s the best thing about being an author People talk to you about interesting topics the moment they realize what you do I have no patience with worthless conversations.15 What are you working on now The follow up on A Pirate s Wife A Captain s WifeLife Changes is with an editor, a contemporary romance and Master Of Her Heart a Military Contemporary Romance both with an inspirational message.16 What advice would you give aspiring writers Do not allow circumstances or people stopping you for fulfilling your dream No excuse is worth it Write.17 Anything else you wish to share.At first when I started I had a lot of things against me I had no idea what I was getting into No idea where to start Where to begin Struggling between Self Publishing and Publishers Houses I had no income to pay for anything No nest egg that I could begin with.But as time went on and I put my self out there doors open for me I met people that were willing to help I learned new things the biggest of it all was to market my self I have learned it is not so much about selling my book but being out there and be who I am and people are automatically drawn to what I do.For instance at first when I started my blog I had no idea what to blog about No one knew me I mean I sit in the south of Africa in an obscure town no one has ever heard about claiming I am an author.But I made an effort to connect with authors and read their books Posting it and doing the best I can Now authors contact me after months of hard work Being consistent with the reviews set on the dates I said it would be Because I know how important it is to me.I have learned about blogging, marketing, creating my own book trailer and many things.It is fulfilling than I ever thought Feeling in control of my own life Setting the pace and explore all the possibilities.It is a great journey.


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    I was given a copy of this novel in exchange for a review.I will start with the good things about this book Most notably the romance If you like a good happy ever after romance then this book is for you.There were quite a few things I didn t like about this book, however There were quite a few historical inaccuracies Mostly little things, like hot food being cooked in a storm on a wooden ship, when cooking was usually forbidden in case the fire from the oven set the ship alight, and for some reason there being a dining room and several cabins On the type of merchant ship they d have been on there would have been a smallish captains cabin and bunk like bed with another cabin for the officer types The captain and anyone else he invited to would eat alone in his cabin If another cabin had been fitted to allow the transport of a woman with safety it would have been small with another bunk like bed, definitely not a four poster bed I also didn t like the diary entries Regardless of who wrote them they seemed to have the same style of voice, likewise with the dialogue.Normally I love this sort of book but I was left wanting With research and character depth this book could have been really good.


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    A Pirate s Wife takes place in the 1600 s Forbidden love is the early theme but moves in so many different mysterious directions This is really an ode to love and how it takes shape no matter what period in time and to whom it affects The characters feelings and emotions are very true to life Written like a memoir with diary entries, taken place over many different time periods, reading the private messages made me feel as if I were ease dropping.This story was extremely well written I would call it flawless The words fit perfect with it s content The writer was clear and precise in the way she shared such deep feelings of characters she has never even met She surely has a gift and knows how to entertain her readers with this compelling adventure story I begged him to kiss me and at first he was hesitant I pressed myself against him and turned my face upward, stretching as high as I could He was so tall that even if I stood on my tiptoes I could not reach his face For a long minute he fought it I saw the hesitation, the fight for control, but eventually


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    This is a great read This story begins in the 1600 s and spans a twenty year period The main characters chronicle their hardships aboard a sailing vessel, and the devastation they suffered after a storm claimed the ship Rosa Lee, and her parents are well rounded and believable, as is the mysterious Roberto Rosa Lee finds herself in the middle of an elaborate scheme that she doesn t fully understand, and the romance that unfolds takes her by surprise.I noticed a few small grammar issues, but it doesn t take away from the fact that this is a great story Anyone who enjoys historical romance will love this I highly recommend this book, for ages 17 and up erotic content.A.D Spencer, Author of Enlightened


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    This a very good book taking you back into the early years of sea travel and the dangers that was lurking i really enjoyed it specially Rosa Lee a very strong and courages women on the high seas never backing down ready to face a challenge, the famous Roberto I was under the impression that he is a very bad boy but as the story unfold the good comes through in small portions untill the island then everything was clear he is a good guy i really enjoyed the last part where he had to face the famous Almaida after he has abducted his daughter and is now married to her Awesome read.


  8. says:

    After reading the reviews I thought I was going to love it But sadly I didn t I was bored with it and kept wondering when it was going to end There were quite a few times when I almost stopped reading it but I payed for it so I made myself finish it Obviously others enjoyed it a lot than me so don t take my word for it because this is just my opinion The author has a good writing style but this wasn t the kind of book I like to read or what I was looking for.


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    In A Pirate s Wife, Lynelle Clark has created a wonderful heroine in Rosa Lee Almaida After she was stolen from her parent s castle set during the 1600s , Rosa Lee became part of a ransom to the awful Pirate King, The Falcon, in exchange for her younger brother s life The plot was intricate and the characters were very memorable This is a great sea story as well as a terrific love story Great job, Ms Clark


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    Clark has done a wonderful job in her descriptions of life aboard a ship, dealing with stormy weather and foul sailors as well as creating a sumptuous young love story between two people with very different backgrounds The ending to the story is exactly what the reader wants to see happen, but Clark does an excellent job keeping the reader in concern and anticipation.


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A Pirates Wife download A Pirates Wife , read online A Pirates Wife , kindle ebook A Pirates Wife , A Pirates Wife 5fdf969e67ba Alt Cover ISBN Growing Up Sheltered, Rosa Lee Almaida Lived A Carefree Life After Both She And Her Mother Experienced A Horrific Ordeal On The Seas, And In The Middle Of Africa, When She Was Only Four Years Meeting Her Adoptive Father Was The Only Joyful And Good Experience As A Result Thereof The Man Honored By All Sailors On Land And Sea For His Bravery And Unconditional Love He Was Her Hero, And A Model For Her Future Husband To Be Now, Twenty Years Later, She Is Forced To Return To The Seas That Claimed The Lives Of Many, Including Her Birth FatherAbducted From Her Parents Castle In Portugal, Rosa Lee Became The Falcon S Ransom A Brutal Pirate King On The Island Of Madagascar In Exchange For Her Younger Brother Pedro S Life It Was Here She Met The Falcon S Son, Roberto De Ville, A Man Equally Fierce, Albeit With A Hidden Agenda Reliving Her Past During The Voyage, She Found Herself Admiring The Pirate For His Leadership And Skills, But Would She Be Able To Look Past His Exterior To See The Man For Who He Really Was Through The Inscriptions Her Parents Left In Their Diaries, She Made A Choice To Save Her Life But In An Unexpected Turn Of Events, She Had To Trust Him Unconditionally, Believing That Her Life Would Be Spared When She Gave Herself Over To The Love And Intimacy For The Man She CravedTaking Rosa Lee From Portugal, Roberto Takes Her To The Falcon On The Isle Of St Mary From Stories Recounted By Her Brother, He Came To One Conclusion She Would Be His Throughout Their Time Together, He Came To Admire Rosa Lee For Her Bravery During A Daring Escape, Which Reinforced His Belief That She Was The Woman He D Waited For All His Life Roberto Was Than Willing To Set His Life As A Pirate Aside, But First A Plan Had To Be Set In Motion One That Would Change His Live Forever However, He Could Trust Only One Man, Pierre, His Second In Command, To Assist Him In Seeing His Plan To The EndUltimately, The End Result Shocked Rosa Lee, And An Important Lesson Was Learned Never Judge A Book By Its CoverAuthor S Note A Pirate S Wife Contains Love Scenes And Foul Language, Due To Its Portrayal Of Both Real Events And People Parental Guidance Of Is Advised