Her Pirate Master by Trista Ann Michaels

Her Pirate Master by Trista Ann Michaels
Publisher: Loose Id LLC
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (156 pages)
Other: BDSM, M/F, Anal Play, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

Jacquelyn Marcone is taken hostage by infamous space pirate, Haydrian Victis. He plans to use her as bait to lure Captain Jack Marcone. Unfortunately, or possibly fortunately for Jacquelyn, Haydrian has no idea that Jacquelyn is the ‘Jack’ he’s hoping to bait.

Haydrian’s intent was never to actually take her, but just make the man he was looking for think he did. But the pretty blonde who constantly fights him at every turn becomes too much of a temptation to ignore. ‘Jack’ will make a few discoveries of her own, such as her desire to sexually submit, her shocking reaction to flogging, and the fact that her Pirate captor isn’t at all who she initially thought.

Desperate circumstances can make people do things they normally wouldn’t and for this Pirate/King that rings all too true when he finds he must become a thief in order to save his people. He’s survived many battles, but the one thing he may not survive is the hurt he’ll feel when he finds out the delectable blonde submissive he’s falling in love with is the infamous Captain ‘Jack’ Marcone he’s been determined to get revenge against.

A swashbuckling romance with a space twist, and a heavy dose of erotic spice; Her Pirate Master is part of a larger series by Trista Ann Michaels but stands alone beautifully.

Captain Jacquelyn “Jack” Marcone is taken hostage by Haydrian Victis, who’s known throughout the solar system as an infamous pirate. Haydrian has no idea that the woman he’s kidnapped is Captain Jack Marcone, but he does think he can trade her for Jack. The chemistry between Jack and Haydrian is off the charts, they push and pull and she surrenders to him beautifully. Haydrian is a pirate and a Dom and Jack wants to submit badly even when she can’t help but defy the man who kidnapped her. This story reminds me of the books I started romance on, stories of strong heroines who fight against love and life with arrogant heroes that are so hot and dominant they seduce the heroines into their beds.

The world building is well done, I could easily see this as a movie or miniseries, it played like that in my head. I could see the images, the ship, the bleak darkness of space and then Haydrian’s home world ravaged by war.

The sex is off the charts and very inventive. I loved the way that Jack gave in to him and just let herself enjoy and Haydrian’s softer gentler side made me sigh happily. I recommend this space romance for lovers of dominant gentle pirates and the heroines strong enough to love them.

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