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A Kiss in the Wind (Romancing the Pirate #2)

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Marisol Castellan is in trouble-again. Against her pirate father's orders, she snuck off their ship to intercept a message meant for a rival captain, one that offers a clue to the whereabouts of her estranged brother Monte.

Pirate captain Blade Tyburn is not pleased to find the letter he's been waiting for is missing. He's even less pleased when he discovers the thief is a
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Published March 26th 2012 by Carina Press
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Ruth
Sometimes you just feel like you need a really specific type of story to lose yourself in whilst entertaining you, but in a comforting and familiar way. You know, you want a treat, and fancy a twist, but nothing too scarily different, so you try milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate.

Well, I have that kind of thing for pirate/naval historical romances. I really love the mental image of the wild open seas (preferably in the Caribbean, because, let's face it, the weather's better, and it gives t
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Regan Walker
Feb 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
Well Written Saga of a Dysfunctional Pirate Family and the Brethren in the Caribbean

This one is action-packed and reflects considerable research--a gritty tale of a dysfunctional pirate family. And, yes, it held my interest.

Set in 1726, beginning in Puerto Plata, Hispaniola, this is the story of Marisol Castellan, independent and unafraid, who sneaks off her pirate father's ship to intercept a message meant for a rival pirate captain, hoping to locate her younger brother Monte. In the process, s
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♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
Mar 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
Marisol intercepts a message for another pirate Blade. She sees there is a meeting place for a ship carrying silver. In order to bargain her way to see if her lost brother is on that ship, Marisol has stolen a broache from Blade. He wants it back so he takes her with him. Actually she's forced. You know how it is.

She is taken by his dimples and his backside & her loves her body.

This one is full of adventure & it is near the end when you hear the secrets Marisol keeps about her home ship
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Dabney
Apr 08, 2012 rated it liked it
Dear Ms. Bray-Weber,

I can honestly say I’ve never read a book like your pirate romance A Kiss on the Wind. Not only is it the only pirate romance I’ve read, it’s the only historical romance I’ve read where the heroine isn’t a virgin and no reason is given for that. I’ve read plenty of historical romances with non-virginal heroines but, in all of them, the authors have offered explanations for why their heroines are sexually experienced—she’s a widow, she was raped, she’s a seductress using sex t
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Amanda Sheila
Well, a wee bit let down after the first book. ><

Blake's story's far more simple and lack of.. I don't know, complications? I mean, sure there are few dramas in there, but the build up between Blake and Marisol is not as thorough as Zane's story that's why I don't really feel involved and engaged. I cried for Marisol especially after losing so many family members just in one book and I adore how Blake turn into such a different man when he met the one. Good story with enchanting plot, but
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Nessa
Jan 30, 2018 rated it liked it
A SOLID 3.5 STARS.

AFTER READING A FEW IN THIS SERIES, AND NOT IN THE CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER, I SENSE A PATTERN IN THIS AUTHOR'S STORIES. CAN'T SAY THAT I AM CAPTIVATED BY THE SAME PLOT OVER AND OVER AGAIN.

OUR HERO was skillfully mugged by our heroine one night at bar, and while he found her alluring, he never pegged her for a thief. Incensed that his prized possession was gone, he makes it a deal to apprehend her - ALIVE. When one of his men manages to capture her, he finds his life thrown into a d
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Rea
Mar 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
Full review can be found here.

Ever since their father, a pirate captain, left her younger brother, Monte, behind to die in one of their failed excursions, Marisol has been on a mission to find him again. She’s convinced that he’s still out there somewhere and she’s determined to get to him no matter what obstacles are put in her way. So when she overhears whispers that her brother is a crew member on a merchant vessel, she tries to convince her father to go after him. He doesn’t seem all that in
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Nita
Mar 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Marisol is on a mission to find her brother. She has spent many years sailing with her two brothers on their father's pirate ship. Her brother, Monte, was abandoned by their father when they were caught in a tough spot. Marisol now believes Monte to be on the ship Gloria. At the beginning of this book Marisol is able to intercept a message being delivered to pirate captain Blade Tyburn. That message has information on where the ship Gloria will be. Tyburn has been given the job of transferring s ...more
Katie Michaels
Mar 03, 2012 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars
All Marisol wants is to find and rescue her missing brother Monte. Her father, the pirate captain Alain, believes he is dead. So does her other brother Luc. But Marisol knows Monte is alive. And now she believes he is on the merchant ship Gloria.

When Marisol learns that a messenger travels with word of the Gloria's location, she heads him off and gets ahold of the missive. Her escape throws her directly in the path of Captain Blade Tyburn, a pirate as well known for his mastery of women
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Amy
Mar 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
Pirates! Lusty wenches! Pillaged silver! Oh, my!

A Kiss in the Wind, by Jennifer Bray-Weber, is a fine example of an enjoyable Hot Romance Novel. Marisol Castellan belongs to a sort of band of thieves, and after one auspicious theft, she runs into Blade Tyburn (now, if that name doesn't scream Hot Romance Novel Hero, what on earth would). Sparks fly. Tempers flare. Pulses race. Skirts are lifted. Shirts removed. Headboards rocked.

There is, however, a plot that keeps the passion rolling. Marisol a
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Gaby
Feb 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Posted at Oh My Books!

First book I read about pirates, and I want more!

Marisol Castellan is looking for her brother Monte. Everyone says he's dead, but she doesn't believe it. So she intercept a message for another pirate, captain Blade Tyburn, to possible locate her brother's ship.

Pirate captain Blade Tyburn is not happy when his messenger is found dead, or when he discovers the beautiful lady he was protecting from other men is a thief. She stole one of his most precious treasures, and he expe
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Ailsa
Mar 17, 2012 rated it really liked it
My thoughts: Pirates! Mystery! Swash-buckling adventure! What's not to like?
Jennifer Bray-Weber pulls us in to Marisol's world straight away, as we meet her struggling with someone in a back alley. Seconds later, a man is dead, and around her panic and horror of what she's done, Marisol knows she has to run away if she wants to escape more trouble. Unfortunately she almost literally runs in to Captain Blade Tyburn. Blade is on the trail of a ship carrying a lot of money, one he was supposed to b
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Rhonda
Apr 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
A Kiss in the Wind by Jennifer Bray-Weber
4 STARS
It was a different take on pirates story. I stayed up till I had finshed it.
Thier are some love scenes, violence in the content. The story had some twists I did not expect.
Marisol Castellan snuck off the pirate ship to intercept a message that might lead to her missing brother. While she was picking the message their was a fight and gone went off killing the owner. Escaping from soldiers she snuck in tavern back room and exchanged her dress. Tryin
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Sarah
Mar 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I have one thing to say about Captain Blade Tyburn: YUMMY! Bedroom, emerald eyes, blond hair, sexy masculinity (VERY SEXY). Our unusually named Blade should make you want to dig into this novel, if nothing else does.

One of my most favorite things about this novel is of course the pirates! Ever since Johnny Depp played hottie (crazy too) Captain Jack Sparrow, I eat up any pirate romance novel I can get my hands on! Blade is no disappointment either in the hotness factor. He is definitely the icin
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Lynsey   (A Bookish Life)
This was my first pirate novel and I enjoyed parts of it immensely. Particularly the heroine, with her reckless nature, her habitual thievery of weapons (for self defense, naturally) and the fact that she knew her way about a pirate ship and impressed the hardened Sea Dogs with her grit and tenacity.

What I didn't care for as much, was the hero. It was aggravating because some of his inner thoughts made him seem really sweet and appealing, then he'd go and think something that just made me want t
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Claudine
Feb 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-netgalley
The Pirate Brotherhood Creed – take all that they may including the women who taunt them. Fearless Pirates, Spirited Women wicked fun of tempestuous tales.

A Kiss in the Wind by Jennifer Bray-Weber is part of her Romancing the Pirate Series.

Marisol Castellan is in trouble—again. Against her pirate father's orders, she snuck off their ship to intercept a message meant for a rival captain, one that offers a clue to the whereabouts of her missing brother Monte. Marisol is desperate to find her young
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Bookish Michelle
Mar 02, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
**Thanks to NetGalley & Carina Press for providing the ARC for review**

An interesting start where Marisol Castellan literally falls at the feel of Captain Blade Tyburn and from there the story starts.

Marisol is on a quest to search for her missing brother Monte and she's got the clue to his whereabouts when she intercepts a message meant for Blade. And she's stolen his cameo and Blade sets off to reclaim what is his and found themselves drawn to each other. Through the treachery and deceit,
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LutaWolf
There was so much that I liked about this book. For starters how about the fact that it is actually a book, it wasn‘t a story that I was just calling a book. There is well over three hundred pages, I might have actually thrown a hand pump in the air and done a little jig. It was amazingly refreshing to finally read something with substance again.

The plot was unique! Okay so maybe we’ve all read a pirate historical romance before but this read like Lynsay Sand’s pirate series which most of you r
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Samamtha clark
Feb 15, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Marisol a strong willed woman in the seventeen hundreds. Marisol joined her brothers in the pirate life.

Blade the captain of the Rissa, is a no nonsense man who expects very thing to be done his way or no way.

Marisol and Blade ended up being thrown together when riots strike Puerto Plata, Hispaniola. They struck up an unlikely friendship that leads them into falling in love with one another.
Their romance is rocky and full of strife. Which makes this book very interesting. The sex scenes are hot
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♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
This author has 2 pages. There was a misspelling in her name if you get an advanced copy ebook. This is the correct one.

Marisol intercepts a message for another pirate Blade. She sees there is a meeting place for a ship carrying silver. In order to bargain her way to see if her lost brother is on that ship, Marisol has stolen a broache from Blade. He wants it back so he takes her with him. Actually she's forced. You know how it is.

She is taken by his dimples and his backside & her loves her
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Cleffairy
Mar 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Reviewed at: mLibrary of Lights
Review date: 24th March 2012
Review link:http://mykindaland.com/?p=419

Dear readers. Please be forewarned. Please prepare a pail of cold water beside you when you read this book. It’s flamable. Okay, perhaps that’s a bit exaggerating, but what I really want to convey is that is book is hot, and sensational. I love the escapism that the book have to offer and it made me feel as if I am the one who was whisked away by the oh so wicked pirate himself. A wonderful book t
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Secretly Reading
Feb 17, 2013 rated it liked it
This is the rare romance novel where I liked the heroine more than the hero. Marisol is a great heroine who remains true to her character development even when the romance develops with Blade. Blade is a little less developed with readers really only knowing how he became a pirate. Still this was enough for me to like both leads.

Their romance is a sexually appropriate for the characters and I liked how sexually self-determined Marisol is. The emotional intimacy isn't incredible but it was enoug
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The TBR Pile *Book review site*
Full Review: http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/2...

I was able to completely lose myself into the story line just as I would with a big screen movie and with the all the detail, that’s what it felt like. I truly felt as though I was watching a movie play before my eyes rather than just reading something, I was lost into this other world and taken away for a bit.

A Kiss in the Wind is truly a high energy book that I had a blast reading, can’t wait to read the next in series!
Cindy Woods
Nov 26, 2015 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Really bad

This has to be the worst pirate book I have ever read! It is so poorly written it is hard to tell what is going on most of the time. I read on and on attempting to allow this author a chance at redemption...to no avail. The characters are unlikable and just plain silly. There was no sensuality, romance, adventure....It was boring! From beginning to end I tried to discover the point of the story. Drama is all there is....an unending angst that meads to nowhere. I wouldn't bother recomme
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Melissa
Mar 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Loved this one! Exciting storyline! I don’t usually read pirate books or historical romances, but this one hooked me from the first page and I couldn’t put it down. Fell in love with the characters all the way down to the funny little pirate hand named Henry with his love of rum and bows in his beard. Great descriptions and action scenes. Blade Tyburn will forever have a special place in my heart. Looking forward to reading more by this author!
Jennifer
Mar 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Fantastic pirate story! A delightful cast of reoccurring characters from her previous work, Blood and Treasure, make for a wonderful next chapter in Jennifer Bray-Weber's Romancing the Pirate series. Introduced in the first novel of this series, this is the story of Blade Tyburn. Well matched Marisol and Blade draw the reader in with their journey. This novel is full of sexual tension, personal angst, history and adventure. A page turner, be prepared to devote an afternoon to this book!
Shannon
Apr 11, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: net-galley, kindle
The way the book begins seemed very familiar to me. The hero, Blade, was sexy, strong and cunning. I admired the heroine's ability to protect herself and use her weapons. Her sense of adventure and courage were so strong that they were almost to the point of stupidity. The author included many flowery description of sex scenes that bothered me a bit.

All the elements for a good book were there for me, but for some reason I couldn't get into the book as much as I wanted to.
Cheryl Whitty
Apr 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: historial romance
Recommended to Cheryl by: book club for April
A swashbuckling tale of betrayal and romance on the high seas.A long colourful tale off a daughter of a pirate who has no real idea of what he is capable of.Events are set in motion because her youngest brother
who she whats to find at all costs, this is her motivation for all the events that follow.

I don't usually read historial romances,but who can resist a pirate with a code of conduct.
InD'tale Magazine
After a bit of a slow start, this was a hugely entertaining romp of a pirate adventure!

Full review in February 2013 issue of InD'tale Magazine.
Bonny Tunnell
Jun 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I really loved this great adventure. There was just enough of everything you want. I enjoy a book where the characters are smart and don't tangle themselves up in ridiculous shenanigans. The characters are savvy and authentic! Great read! Now on to the next Bray-Weber book!
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Award-winning author Jennifer Bray-Weber is a proud native Texan. She is a married domestic goddess and a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful daughters. Never one to back away from a dare, she has been able to express her creative thinking through countless questionable, often hilarious, life experiences.

Her interests include writing, reading, traveling (what she likes to call "research"), horseback
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Romancing the Pirate (6 books)
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