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Angel's Master

3.02  ·  Rating details ·  49 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
The year is 1822 and life on the high seas just became more complicated for Ethan Williams. He’s a pirate with a conscience, and even though killing and plundering are his way of life, he’s searching for much more—and he’s tired of being alone.

Jacqueline Massey is connected with the American Navy. It’s her job to trick men into revealing they are indeed pirates. The guilt
ebook, 68 pages
Published January 11th 2010 by Liquid Silver Books (first published 2010)
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Dec 14, 2010 rated it it was ok
Recommended to Dina by: Freebie from All Romance Ebooks
I must be a glutton for punishment, because I keep reading freebies from unknown-to-me authors in the distant hope of finding a hidden winner. I'm sad to say Angel's Master wasn't one.

Ethan Williams is a pirate - a romance book pirate, that is. He bathes and shaves regularly, his teeth are perfect, his sweat smells wonderful and, if that isn't enough, he's an anonymous philanthropist. Of course, his men are another story altogether, but who cares about smelly, toothless secondary pirates, right?
Rebecca Rose
Feb 10, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Rebecca by:
Ethan Williams is a pirate with a conscience. He's tired of being alone and his ways of plundering and killing have left him empty.

Jacqueline Massey was born into the American Navy. Her father has placed her in danger by making it her job to trick men into admitting they're are pirates, which sends them to their death. Her guilt over this is only equaled by her father's dismissal of her need to be loved.

Together, Ethan and Jacqueline must fight for their blooming love in hopes that Davy Jone
So, here I have another pirate book. Once again the pirate in question has all his teeth and reasonably good hygiene and I'm totally cool with that because I like men with all their teeth. Who bathe fairly regularly. I kinda thought that Jacqueline was a bit forward for a woman of her time but seeing as she was in her mid 20s and not married, I could handwave that. Because, you know, to be unmarried at that age in that time was like the kiss of death. So, she's looking for some action. I'm cool ...more
Dec 26, 2010 rated it liked it
Well, that was a disappointing read. It started out so interesting and promising and ended very oddly.

Firstly, and I was willing to forgive this, which isn't like me, the characters' dialog was very stiff, as though scripted acting by a bunch of bad actors. At first it wasn't so bad, but later it really bugged me. ("He explored her skin like a charted map" was the most innocent of phrases.)

And then there is the whole case of pirates celebrating Christmas. Perhaps an interesting theory in and of
Jan 11, 2011 rated it liked it
I've decided that I'm going to take up reading books like this one when I'm feeling down; just because I don't have to put so much thought into them.

The story wasn't bad; but it had moments where Ethan just becomes this cheesy stereotype.
I actually really liked Jacqueline in the beginning there was something about her attitude and her pretty much refusing to be the "damsel in distress."
May 30, 2011 rated it it was ok
For the most part I enjoyed this story. Then the very ending ruined it. It just didn't make any sense given what we knew of the characters and felt like it didn't fit in with the entire rest of the story.
Jun 08, 2011 rated it liked it
I really enjoyed it up until the very end. The swerve just didn't work for me. Otherwise up until the very end, I really liked this book, especially Jacqueline.
Dec 16, 2010 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2010, dnf
The storyline just wasn't doing it for me. DNF.
Jess Schira
Mar 09, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013-challenge
The ending of this book was completed unexpected, cleverly handled, and enjoyable. SooKoo did a great job with this book. It's a good choices for anyone looking for a good, steamy, pirate story.
Dec 14, 2010 marked it as e-books-computer
This is a 2nd Day of Christmas Freebie (12/14/10) from All Romance. Find it here
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