she's just a girl who loves books.
| 3.75 Hearts--A Sean Michael readable story that didn't make my brain seep through my ear.
This is actually a higher rated Sean Michael from me. Guess why...there was a plot. Not a strong one but it was there!
"You have such passion hidden beneath that very thin layer of civilization."
Now Sean Michael or SM and I, we have like this love-hate relationship see. It's a long standing one where I feel he just has a barrel of prompts and another for names and he picks whatever is on top and goes for it. Not knocking him, the formula works right because we're buying it.
I had to take a hiatus from him. It's been nine months since I read my last SM. I broke my abstinence for pirates. I'm weak for swashbucklers. The thing is, I did not regret my choice.
Don't expect real pirating in this book. This is Sean Michael we're talking about here.
[THERE'S A PANTSLESS PIRATE IMAGE AT THIS POINT. NOT GR FRIENDLY...BUT IT IS ON THE BLOG]
Plot schmlot when there's needing and aching to be done. This is a about pirate captain jizz wizard named John aka "Beast"that comes buckets for his virgin, straight doctor who he affectionately nicknames, "Butcher".
I'm telling you Sean Michael was playing the role of Beast to my Butcher. He was such a horny son of a gun. He wore the feisty Butcher down until he just gave in to "needing" and "aching" and sexing. The novella isn't pure sex. I repeat the sexing doesn't start until after 70% mark.
I thought I was getting punked at first when I didn't read nothing but kisses by the 60%.
A Sean Michael where the lusty one held out from filling that needy hole with his massive monster dong until 3/4 of the book?!
And the virgin one...had actual thoughts and spoke in coherent sentences?!!
AND DIDN'T GIVE IN TO BUTTSEX ON THE FIRST DAY?! THE PIRATE WANTED TO WAIT UNTIL THE VIRGIN BEGGED HIM?!!!
And get this... there was humor. Good humor. I wasn't laughing at the characters but with them.
I nearly forgot this was a SM book for a second.
Then SM remembered his normal script a la:
And it was good. I liked the characters. There wasn't much world building (go figure), this really didn't read "historical" though it was set in I guess Earth. A manly bodice ripper...wait, a breeches ripper.
I liked it...a lot. Oh dear, I've returned to the Sean Michael Warped Zone.
But the return wasn't bad at all.
A copy provided for an honest review.