Friday 5 July 2024

Review of Savage Seas by Monica Boothe

An attack by a mythical sea monster leaves a young woman and a brooding pirate stranded on a lonely island and fighting for their survival.

Prim, Puritan-raised Eleanor set out on this voyage to reunite with the love of her life. What she got instead was a pirate attack followed by near devouring by an enormous kraken. Now, stranded with Julien, a surly French pirate boy—one of the very ruffians who, just hours before, threatened her life—Eleanor must learn to overcome her prejudices. But Julien has secrets of his own, and Eleanor comes to suspect that it may not be coincidence that led the two of them to this island together.

Can Eleanor and Julien work together to not only survive the wilds of the Caribbean but to find their way home?


My Review: 5 STARS

I read the first book in this series and so when this one came up on my radar I had to dig in. I ended up reading it all in one sitting and was caught up in Eleanor and Julien’s story. I adored the characters, the backstory, the twists and turns throughout and of course the way the two of them came together. It was beautifully written, some twists you won’t see coming and beautiful imagery that just makes you feel like you’re right there with the characters watching it all play out. This is a series to continue and I very much recommend it.

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