February is a month for romance novel reading. I have read and enjoyed romance novels by Stephanie Laurens in the past and thought it would be good to read her latest.
Isobel Carmichael and Royd Frobisher were childhood sweethearts and companions. After hand fasting, Royd sailed away promising to return in a month, only to be gone over a year. Isobel swore they were finished at that point. Now nine years later, Isobel has a mission she needs Royd to take her on as a privateer to rescue her young cousin. Will Isobel and Royd be able to put aside personal differences to complete their mission? Will they be able to resolve the problems that tore them apart in the first place?
I enjoyed Lord of the Privateers, but I think I would have enjoyed it more if I would have read the other books in the series (this is the fourth book). I constantly felt like I was missing something while I read the book. I liked the two strong main characters, although their stubbornness made me angry at times!
I enjoyed the setting being during the Regency area with a stop in London. Having most of the action on a privateer ship off on a rescue adventure made it very unique compared to other regency romance novels I have enjoyed.
My favorite quote: “Fate moves in decidedly cynical ways.”
Overall, Lord of the Privateers is a good passionate adventure to satisfy your February romantic reading desires. I would recommend reading the rest of the series first before enjoying this novel.
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