Reading ➻ The Privateer Author Danielle Thorne – Tanitiyor.us

Reading ➻ The Privateer  Author Danielle Thorne – Tanitiyor.us
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  • The Privateer
  • Danielle Thorne
  • 10 October 2018
  • 9781612520148

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Danielle Thorne is the author of classic romance and adventure in several genres She loves Jane Austen, pirates, beaches, cookies, antiques, cats, dogs, and long naps She does not like phone calls or sushi A graduate of BYU Idaho, Danielle saw early work published by Every Day Fiction, Arts and Prose Magazine, Mississippi Crow, The Nantahala Review, StorySouth, and you get the idea Besides wr

10 thoughts on “The Privateer

  1. says:

    3.5 5.0 Clean read First off, let me say, it takes a very talented gifted author to sink me into the emotions of a book so thoroughly that it produces a passionate enough response to rant That being said All out, screaming meemie, pulling hair out, red and steamy rant forthcoming This book almost seems to be two completely different stories beautifully running side by side to create a whole There is the story of Julius Bertrand, the pirate privateer whose job it is to keep the trade lanes off of San Madrid Island safe and who must discover and capture a very evil and old nemesis to do so Then, there is the story of Katherine Spencer a pretty young lady who has come to the island to get away from scandal and help her Doctor father assist the islanders Both stories are very interesting and wonderfully well written Neither story crosses paths, however, with any regularity In fact the only conversation these two characters have with each other is relegated to passing pleasantries, one short, heated conversation about a child and one, again short, social conversation the day before Julius asks another woman to marry him We then foll...

  2. says:

    Captain Julius Bertrand was once a pirate but gained a pardon from the governor of the Bahamas Later with his Letters of Marque, he teams up with Lt Shane Adair and begins his career as a privateer The two are commissioned by the British Crown and are trying to find the French pirate, who sails under no certain flag Bertrand suspects it is a man from his past with a personal vendetta against him They also are investigating why the Spanish guardcostas are dumping the logbooks Bertrand has sacrifice much to become a respected man in society and the bounty on his head threatens to destroy it all.Kate O Connell helps her father, who is a doctor retired from the Royal Navy She s traveled all over the world with her father and is very independent for the standards of the time and has no trouble voicing her political views They ve settled in San Madrid where her father is now the resident physician She may claim she has no interest in marriage, but finds she s drawn to Bertrand Though the feeling is mutual neither pursue the relationship further due to the social standards and personal beliefs Bertrand is forced to look elsewhere for a wife Lt Adair tries to court Kate and a man from Kate s past arrives in San Madrid to complicate matters.The Privateer starts out slow and I wasn t sure where the tale was going, but it all becomes clear as the story unfolds All questions are answ...

  3. says:

    THE PRIVATEER should no longer be available from Awestruck Publishing Watch for the re release of the uncut, detailed and adventurous edition in January 2011 with Desert Breeze Publishing.

  4. says:

    This is such an engrossing story I don t want to give anything away, or reveal too much I d just like to say how much the characters surprised me, things happened with them that I didn t expect at all In the latter part of the book after the hurricane practically destroys the small island where the setting takes place, you re then swept away because almost immediately pirates attack the survivors You should be made aware that the author doesn t angelize these brutal men She s graphic when describing their actions The last few chapters are nail biting, and I felt tensed all the way through, like I sat atop a mile high roller coaster without knowing if I d ever make it to the safety of the ground.Descriptions are fantastic, historical facts related with accurat...

  5. says:

    Thorne pens an intriguing tale of pirates, privateers, and Caribbean secrets with The Privateer Kate O Connell is looking to start a new life for herself on the island of San Madrid, but her new life is full of challenges, including the handsome Captain Adair and Captain Bertrand Who will win her heart Set in the early 1700 s in the West Indies, Captain Adair is in charge of the British Navy sailing ship, The Indemnity Captain Julius Bertrand is a privateer in charge of The Specter It s their job to protect the island from pirates Bertrand soon discovers there s a plot to acquire great wealth spearheaded by the pirate Moreaux.Kate O Connell, a young woman, arrives on San Madrid along with her father who has been commissioned as the island s doctor At a welcoming party, Kate makes a poor impression by speaking her mind and being honest The island s society women frown upon her Adair and Bertrand find themselves intrigued with Kate.Captain Adair makes an effort to court Kate, but it s Bertrand who has caught Kate s interest, despite the fact he gives his cabin boy a lashing that Kate doesn t approve of Bertrand shows Kate he cares with little gestures, by sending her a parrot and saving her during a shark attack, but he never vocalizes his feelings.Both men realize they have to marry, but who will be the one to capture Kate s heart The plot does revolve around Kate and Bertrand, but rarely do their paths cross until the ...

  6. says:

    If you like brave, intelligent, independent women who speak their mind, Kate O Connell is that ideal girl Even though The Privateer wasn t for me, Danielle does a great job in creating her different characters on her island and ending the book with a great pirate ending I did find the book a bit slow and left my mind wanting from the various relationships with the characters in the novel but for someone else, it might be the perfect combination I have to admit I wanted between Kate and Bertrand While I enjoy a good passionate scene, it s not required I ve read many inspirational romance novels that don t have the erotic scenes but were still wonderful love stories But then again, I did come into this story thinking I was going to be reading of a historical romance than anything For a first novel though, the story was still rather good Makes me wonder if there are any future plans for continuing the story perhaps of Captain Adair and Miriam it would be nice to finally get them together.This is my second fiction e book I have ever read and unfortunately I found...

  7. says:

    I didn t like this one as much as her first book There were quite a few lengthy passages that I just didn t fully understand and were hard to follow There was a lot of maritime warfare strategy that I thought was too much And it really en...

  8. says:

    Okay Tammy, I m done reading this and have come to the conclusion that I enjoyed only half of this book The storyline involving Bertrand was not too exciting for me The Kate storyline was much engaging I felt the whole thing a...

  9. says:

    Fun and clean love story

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