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The Devil's Fire Pirate's Bane Book OneUrgeon As Katherine grows accustomed to life among pirates she finds it increasingly difficult to resist her attraction to their wayward lifestyle and the thrill of high seas adventure But the memory of her dead husband weighs heavily on her conscience and her rising guilt may prove to be the ultimate undoing of her kidnappers Pirate lovers will find no shortage of treachery cutlass duels ship battles buried treasure and much muc The cover grabbed me and I'm glad it did This is gritty bloody realistic pirate fiction Katherine Lindsay is a very memorable character who evolves throughout the story Entertaining combination of Robert E Howard pulp and George RR Martin's deep characterizations It doesn't wear out its welcome and leaves you craving a seuel

ebook The Devil's Fire

kindle ↠ The Devil's Fire Ò Pirate's Bane â eyltransferservices Å [Read] ➳ The Devil's Fire (Pirate's Bane, Book One) Author Matt Tomerlin – Eyltransferservices.co.uk From debut author Matt Tomerlin comes a brutal tale of revenge set during the Golden Age of PiracyKatherine LindsayFrom debut author Matt Tomerlin comes a brutal tale of revenge set during the Golden Age of PiracyKatherine Lindsay the pampered young wife of a wealthy ship captain has left her leisurely life in London to accompany her husband to America So far their journey has been uneventful even boring But when ruthless pirates suddenly storm the ship to plunder her husband's riches Katherine is one of the treasures they steal sparking a bl To be fair I'd give the book 35 stars but that's not possible so 3 it is All in all I think it is a good book because I've uickly read through it not being able to put it downSome characters became very predictable others were not even worth my interest I didn't expect the way it ended or how it ended That was surprising but also surprisingly unsatisfying as I felt the novel had built up very good as pages progressed but the end felt completely rushed And while I did enjoy it I mean the woman kinda is a badass which speaks to me on so many levels condemning a whole crew and leaving the ship aflame while safely returning to land is actually than badass the ending kinda put me off Now I understand that it's a trilogy and it's probably intended as a cliffhanger but it's also not really a cliffhanger in my opinion So yes the ending left me unsatisfiedI have no problem with the violence and gore depicted throughout the book at least the author refrained from writing out a rape scene for which I'm grateful because that would've been the point where I would put the book down and never pick it up again but there was a thing that was not okay and it almost made me put down the book killing the kitten in the way Livingston did Or killing an animal like that at all it was not killed to act as food source after all I'm not a fan of such things especially not if they're meant to get back at another character Call me stupid for that opinion but I don't like cruelty against animals and I stand for thatBUT I liked the book nonetheless because it doesn't romanticise piracy but depicts it as cruel as it probably wasis I will most certainly buy the second and third book because it's really hard to find a good story about pirates out there

Matt Tomerlin Í epub

Oody chain of events that will alter the course of piracy in the Caribbean forever Whisked aboard a fearsome brigantine named Harbinger she must contend with an ambitious pirate captain who wants her for his own a sadistic uartermaster who firmly believes that women bring bad luck upon a ship and a crew full of lustful miscreants With no means of escape on the horizon she uickly befriends a dashing young deckhand and a cowardly s Reading 'The Devil's Fire' is not unlike sailing the high seas You are pitched from the dizzying torrents of murder gore and battles one moment then dragged into the roiling undercurrents of the pirates' discontent and uarrels the next Katherine Lindsay a timid young woman from London must contend with an ambitious pirate captain who has murdered her husband and taken her hostage aboard his fearsome ship Harbinger As Lindsay grows accustomed to life among pirates she finds it increasingly difficult to resist her attraction to their wayward lifestyle and the thrill of high seas adventure But the memory of her dead husband weighs heavily on her conscience and her swelling guilt may prove to be the ultimate undoing of her kidnappers Tomerlin tempers the guilty thoughts of our heroine if one can call her actions heroic with moments of pleasure with newfound friends and her personal growth And make no mistake; Katherine goes through an extreme journey of developmentOriginally I gave this book three stars because of how I felt about the conclusion However this soon changed to four This book stuck with me hours after I had closed the pages or rather Katherine did What was it about her actions that bothered me so? I had certainly read a lot of horror before and although some readers may need a sick bucket at hand while reading this I resisted despite making a rather unwise choice of tomato soup for lunch It soon struck me that the idea of a women indulging in extreme acts of vengeance in what appeared to me to be uite detached manner discomforted me I read uite a bit of urban fantasy with strong female characters but few act as coldly as the heroine of ‘The Devil’s Fire’ While I’ve always considered myself to be somewhat of a feminist it is apparent I’ve fallen into the trap of accommodating social norms of acceptable and unacceptable forms of female insanity and violence The author has certainly challenged my views of gender