Friday, June 25, 2010

Review: Sarah's Pirate by Rachel Clark

Sarah’s Pirate by Rachel Clark

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Futuristic Romance

Heat Rating: 2



How hard can it be to deliver medicine to sick children on the other side of the universe? Sarah is about to find out it's a whole lot harder than it sounds. Captured by pirates, she meets Captain Jordan Bowman, and the man's reputation precedes him. He's supposed to be cunning and ruthless, so why are Sarah's instincts telling her to trust him?

Jordan has a big problem. Stealing the medicine from Sarah's ship is the only way to get it to the children without government interference, but now he's not sure what to do with the pretty courier with a fiery temper. A pirate ship is a dangerous place for a woman, and he has no idea how he's going to protect her from his crew.
Under the threat of mutiny, and in the middle of an intergalactic conspiracy, can Jordan and Sarah find a solution and each other?

Note: This book contains anal sex.

Ashira Datya’s Review

Sarah's Pirate was an exciting short story full of twists and turns. Sarah was delivering vaccines and medications to poor children who had no other means to get health care when her ship was captured by pirates. Jordan, the captain of the pirate ship, keeps Sarah safe from the rest of his crew and tells her some astonishing and unexpected information.  Sarah and Jordan go undercover to find the contact to get the medication to the children and find themselves flooded with passion.

Sarah's Pirate was a very good read, and I give it three Tea Cups. It was well written and the characters were easy to understand. I give it a heat rating of a two; it wasn't overly graphic but there were some very detailed descriptions that made the sex scenes very yummy to read. I highly recommend Sarah's Pirate to anyone who wants to read something that isn't too long, and is nice and juicy.

3 Tea Cups!


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