Angel's Master by Sandra Sookoo
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Action/Adventure, Historical, Holiday
Length: Short (68 pages)
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Mistletoe
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 she feels about sending them to their doom is equaled only by her longing to be loved. But Jacqueline has a secret—one that has intertwined her fate with Ethan’s for longer than he’s known.
Can destiny bring together a pirate and an angel during the season of miracles, or will a watery death by Davy Jones locker drown their love?
Jacqueline Massey is a daughter of the Navy and Ethan Williams is a dreaded pirate. No two people could be more different. Yet Ethan is tired of his rough life and Jacqueline has grown tired and guilty for the things she has done. Both yearn for love and once fate throws them together it is up to Ethan and Jacqueline to fight and stay together. Or will the lies and deception break them apart?
Although I do not generally read historical or pirate romances I did enjoy this book. I was drawn into the world of Jacqueline and Ethan from the very first page. Jacqueline is a strong woman who is willing to fight for her love and Ethan is a brave man who believes in honor and trust. Both Jacqueline and Ethan live their lives making others happy, watching the bond that grows between them as they find their own joy was a beautiful read. Watching Jacqueline grow into her own person and away from being controlled was very nice. The love and hurt that Ethan shows was an interesting aspect, as well as taking the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride through out this book. This author pulls the readers into an exciting and action-filled world without skipping a beat. With a wondrous and unexpected ending this story had me smiling and cheering the characters on.
Sandra Sookoo is a great writer and has never disappointed this reader. If you enjoy a quick read with characters full of depth and emotion you should pick this book up.