Review of Bring It Close

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Bring It Close

Bring It Close is a pirate tale and a very good one. There are all the necessary ingredients, battles, love and sex, exotic backgrounds, highs and lows, suspense and a hint of what will come in the next book in the series. The reader’s attention is held to the end of the story. The author has carried out thorough research that places this as an historical novel that is credible. As with most good series of stories, the author is clearly getting into a swing with this third tale. It is always difficult to know whether the author is getting into character, or the characters are developing depth and complexity as each story peals off another layer of the character’s onion. Each new story provides fresh space to write what would not have fitted into the earlier stories, and the new story provides scope, and need, to reveal more of the characters and particularly of the hero Captain Acorne.

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1 comment:

  1. I have to say, this is my favorite of all the Sea Witch novels. I love the blending of the history of Edward Teach (Blackbeard) and of course the sexiness of Jesamiah!

    Of course, there is a more personal reason for me to love this book, it was given to me by the author as part of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to London and lovely afternoon of coffee and conversation with Helen. Thank you so much!!



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