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Pirates Justin Alexander Taylor had always dreamed of a life at sea Living on the tip of England s coastline, Justin escaped one night from his abusive father and stowed away on a ship What Justin didn t realize was the sloop, His Revenge, was a pirate ship, out for a broadside and gold. Captain Richard Jones escaped his own life of hell with the British Royal Navy Leading the group of ragged men to their next adventure, Captain Jones never expected a stowaway to emerge from the bowels of the ship while they were asea. As the captain sought to protect Justin from the violent crew, a friendship blooms between he and his young charge Soon immersed in bloody battles with Spanish galleons, the two men form a close bond which is about to be tested. Justin knew he would be in for an adventure when he left England, he just didn t know he would find the love of his life in the process. New Download [ Pirates ] Author [ G.A. Hauser ] – grisedalelodge.co.uk

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  1. Suffice it to say that at one point in this book the young heroes name is misprinted from Justin to Justine and I think that tells me something I would not be surprised to find that this was originally a m f book and the heroes name was changed to make it m m and barely anything else I have not seen a twinky hero cry this much in a m m book ever The Captain, Richard, was nothing if not a total hypocrite He has sex with his cabin boy, Justin, who acted about 14 but was 18 every chance he ge Suffice it to say that at one point in this book the young heroes name is misprinted from Justin to Justine and I think that tells me something I would not be surprised to find that this was originally a m f book and the heroes name was changed to make it m m and barely anything else I have not seen a twinky hero cry this much in a m m book ever The Captain, Richard, was nothing if not a total hypocrite He has sex with his cabin boy, Justin, who acted about 14 but was 18 every chance he gets for 4 months He returns to his fianc and freaks out completely when he finds out that she was tricked into an affair with someone else while he is at sea The tirade was a rant to behold and a lesson in unmitigated self righteousness The pirates on the ship at one point are molesting Justin and he is going to let them rape him out of guilt I can t even begin to expla...

  2. Spoiler Ahead This was a pretty good book that I read for two challenges that I am doing Justin Alexander Taylor had always dreamed of a life at sea Living on the tip of England s coastline, Justin escaped one night from his abusive father and stowed away on a ship What Justin didn t realize was the sloop, His Revenge, was a pirate ship, out for a broadside and gold Captain Richard Jones escaped his own life of hell with the British Royal Navy Leading the group of ragged men to their next a Spoiler Ahe...

  3. Oh, God This was the biggest waste of time ever What a crappy story, crappy plot, crappy characters, crappy mentalityit was just plain crap, and I LIKE G A Hauser I m hoping this level crappiness was a fluke, because I don t intend to stop reading her books.I mean, come ON The older hero prefers women, and yet takes Justin s innocence quickly enough Bah Poor Will Poor, foolish Will, dying like that And worse, that poor pilot I hated that part most of all God Oh, and in the end, t Oh, God This was the biggest waste of time ever What a crappy story, crappy plot, crappy characters, crappy mentalityit was just plain crap, and I LIKE G A Hauser I m hoping...

  4. I have mixed feelings about this book On the one hand I loved reading about Justin and his adventures on board His Revenge The crew was filled with characters and I didn t care much for a lot of them most of the time, occasionally one would step up but they were almost all a littlethan questionable, including the captain.As a matter of fact, I don t think I really cared for Captain Jones at all, especially after his confrontation with the woman he left back home in England He was hypocr I have mixed feelings about this book On the ...

  5. SlashReaders Alright so here is my opinion Read this book if you like the following view spoiler Men who act like little boys Young men who are 18 because it has explicit sexual content but who act like they are twelve Most of the older men aren t any better either Historical fiction that just really doesn t work historically Plot and story lines that just really don t lead into each other The build up...

  6. Hilariously bad SO bad, it s good I did have to abandon it when, about 2 3rds into the book, a whole other plot was introduced, and I could no longer take such ridiculously behaving characters Everyone was just so theatrical and emotional, in a flowery, purple prose way Their behaviors changed quickly and unbelievably, and everyone was so one dimensional Good golly, it was funny There were a few turns of phrase that had me highlighting my ereader For example, one character moved as elega Hilariously bad SO bad, it s good I did have to abandon it when, about 2 3rds into the book, a whole other plot was introduced, and I could no longer take such ridiculously behaving characters Everyone was just so theatrical and emotional, in a flowery, purple prose way Their behaviors changed quickly and unbelievably, and everyone was so one dimensional Good golly, it was funny There were a few turns of phrase that had me highlighting my ereader For example, one character moved as elegantly as a cloud carries water from the sea to the valley, but most of it was repeated cries of Oh Captain, my Captain or chuckles in a very Junior High writing way , Oh what a lad, what a lad Pfffft Too funny Such over dramatization puts hand to forehead, throws back head and turns dramatically But it gets tiring When Katherine the only character with a literal vagina finally arrives on scene about 75% of the way in, I just couldn t take the Captains ridiculous behavior any longer and had to...

  7. Young Justin Taylor stowaways on the pirate ship His Revenge, eager to have the seas between him and his abusive father On board a ship of 60 lonely men, Justin s pretty face and youthful body place him in danger Captain Richard Jones makes it his duty to protect the teen, and takes him to stay in his cabin Fr...

  8. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I started reading this book as part of a reading challenge because historicals aren t really my cup of tea I love most of G.A Hauser s books, but this one was so so for a couple of reasons other than the historical aspect of it there was dialogue and thought processes t...

  9. Good grief Not only was Justin basically a woman, he was a particularly weak damsel in distress type woman, and frankly I ve read female protagonists withballs than he s got I seriously struggled to get through this book Not because it was poorly written, but because some scenarios and the character of Justin really irritated me Case in point the crying, the groping, the way people call him pretty , the daddy issues And I wasn t too big a fan of the captain eitherAdmittedly if Good grief Not only was Justin basically a woman, he was a particularly weak damsel in distress type woman, and frankly I ve read female protagonists withballs than he s got I seriously struggled to get through this book Not because it was poorly written, but because some scenarios and the character of Justin really irritated me Case in point the c...

  10. Okay so I did like the characters, time period, and theme The only thing that made this book bad was the conflict dragging out I hated kath because she didn t really fit in the book I also hated the end...