Monday, August 11, 2014

Review: Falling for the Pirate by Amber Lin

London, 1820

After the deaths of his parents and a dark, troubled childhood, Captain Nate Bowen vowed he would have his revenge. But he never expected to have the tool of his revenge dropped so neatly into his lap. Juliana Hargate is not only the daughter of his enemy, but is destitute, very much alone - and exquisitely desirable. And now that Nate has saved her life, she's at his complete mercy...

Captive. All Juliana wanted was to clear her father's name. Instead, she's been struck with amnesia - unable to recall even her name - and imprisoned by a tall, imposing, and entirely unscrupulous pirate. A pirate whose eyes seem to look past her skirts and many petticoats, and whose touch sends delicious ripples of desire through her. With every passing day, she finds herself tempted to give him the very thing he's determined to take...

My Thoughts:
Juliana is left with nothing and has to find a way to get by on her own after her father leaves and she's thrown out of her house. Trying to clear her father's name she comes across Nate. He has been looking to get revenge against Juliana's father and now he has the perfect opportunity. Juliana was a very strong character, and Nate was surprisingly tender. Juliana helps him find emotions he didn't realize he had. An enjoyable read. I finished it in a day because I needed to know how it would turn out.

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!!

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