The Blood Reaver by Barbara Devlin is the sixth book in the Pirates of the Britannia and it’s fabulous! Get ready for the Pirates of the Coast to crossover into The Pirates of the Britannia. There is a whole lot of goodness packed in this high seas adventure. If you’re looking for a story of acceptance, defiance, and the ability to discover unconditional love one-click.
Rose Armistead is in need of safe travels home and must trust her future in a man she doesn’t know. Will the handsome stranger be of assistance or leave her stranded? The opening scene is genius and provides the reader with a glimpse of how strong Rose is, and how far she’s willing to go in order to keep those she cares for safe.
Turner Reyson is not usually concerned with damsels in distress. Yet, when he meets Rose, he’s compelled to help her. Can he control his feelings and do as promised? If so, all will be well. Ah, but where’s the fun in that ;).
Alas, with Barbara Devlin at the helm, Rose is bound to discover a side of Turner that few have seen. What happens proves why Barbara is a master storyteller and why your reading adventure is worth every penny. I especially loved the playfulness between Rose and Turner, the intimacy, and their encounter at the mess table towards the end of the story is memorable. The chemistry burned slow and hot for a pint sized treat.
If you love the Pirates of Britannia and those sexy Pirates of the Coast, you will not be disappointed. I give this story four flames of heat.
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USA Today bestselling, Amazon All-Star author Barbara Devlin was born a storyteller, but it was a weeklong vacation to Bethany Beach, Delaware that forever changed her life. The little house her parents rented had a collection of books by Kathleen Woodiwiss, which exposed Barbara to the world of romance, and Shanna remains a personal favorite.
Barbara writes heartfelt historical romances that feature not so perfect heroes who may know how to seduce a woman but know nothing of marriage. And she prefers feisty but smart heroines who sometimes save the hero before they find their happily ever after.
Barbara is a disabled-in-the-line-of-duty retired police officer, and she earned an MA in English and continued a course of study for a Doctorate in Literature and Rhetoric. She happily considered herself an exceedingly eccentric English professor, until success in Indie publishing lured her into writing, full-time, featuring her fictional knighthood, the Brethren of the Coast.