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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Reread Week: To Catch A Pirate

This week I've decided to reread some of my favorite books of all time, something I've wanted to do for awhile. I will be blogging about each book and to make it more interactive for readers I am inviting others to join me. If you want to take part in Reread Week all you have to do is reread some of your favorites, review them on your site (if you have one) and post what you read here, as well as a link to the reviews.
Check back everyday to find out about some great books.

Today I decided to reread To Catch A Pirate by Jade Parker (a.k.a. Rachel Hawthorne). Here is a short summary and review:

When Annalisa Townstead was sixteen her ship was attacked by pirates. One of the pirates, James Sterling, discovered her in the hold, pinning her against the wall and demanding that she stay quiet. Scared for her life Annalisa complied to his orders, but when he moved to take her late mother's necklace she defied him, begging that he show mercy. James let her keep the necklace, instead stealing a kiss.

One year later Annalisa's father sits in jail, paying for the actions of the pirates. Determined to free him, Annalisa sets out to find James and the pirates that ruined her life. However there is more than treasure to loose on the high seas. This time James is stealing something far more valuable than a kiss, her heart.

To Catch A Pirate is absolutely spell binding. The story is filled with so much adventure and suspense that you'll be sitting on the edge of your seat from cover to cover. However, while suspenseful, the books also evokes a great deal of emotion. You immediately fall for both characters and because of this experience their love, yearning, heartbreak, jealousy, pain and joy as if it were your own. Before you know it the pages will be flying faster than the Phantom Mist.

If you've yet to read To Catch A Pirate I suggest you head out and buy a copy today, you'll be glad you did.

5 Stars!

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