Title: Rescued by the Buccaneer (Pirates of the Jolie Rouge Trilogy #1)
Author: Normandie Alleman
Published Date: March 4th 2014
Genre: Historical Erotic Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
When Frederica Beauchamp boards a ship for the Americas, she dreams of a life filled with adventure, but she gets more than she bargained for when her passenger ship is attacked by pirates. The heartless men kidnap her and force her to serve their captain—a fate that might be worse than death, since though he does not have his way with her, the captain delights in baring her, shaming her, and thrashing her bare bottom as punishment for every imagined disobedience.
After the pirates bring aboard an injured man found floating in the sea, Frederica tends to his wounds and learns that he is Gaston Galette, a survivor of a shipwrecked vessel. Gaston seeks her help to overthrow the vile captain, but when their plan goes awry he is forced to use all of his wiles to save them. As the naïve girl and the seasoned sailor navigate one perilous situation after another, he informs Frederica that the only way they can survive is if he is in command, and that if she thinks things can be otherwise, she will be taken over his knee for a bare bottom spanking.
As he watches the proud, willful Frederica bow to his authority, however, Gaston worries that her growing hold on his heart will be his downfall. He knows he cannot take a woman with him when he returns to his ship and crew, but when Frederica accepts his lustful dominance completely, submitting to him with grace and beauty no other woman could match, Gaston realizes that he may never be able to let her go.
** Publisher’s Note: Rescued by the Buccaneer is the first book of the Pirates of the Jolie Rouge trilogy. It is an adventure and erotic romance novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes including elements of BDSM and humiliation, and more**
We all know that Pirates are the bad guys which makes them so thrilling to read about. What makes a story like this tricky is that they have to be the bad guys and the good guys all at the same time. Normandie Alleman does this part of the book really well, just when you start to forget that Gaston the main character isn’t the good guy he goes and does something bad guy like to remind you. He totally reminded me of Damon from Vampire Dairies the T.V. Show the ultimate bad boy and sexy as hell and a complete ass…lol
The book defiantly had the whole “Master” “Slave” thing going on as well and considering it was 1660 of course all the men were in charge and hey Pirates. The author not only used it in a sexual way but in the historical way in that woman had to bow down to men of the time especially when one was a captive. This irked me as I kept wanting to tell her not to bow down to no man…lol…but of course we all know that because of the times things like this are accurate and me ranting and raving at her in my modern way of thinking is kind of pointless and stupid.
All in all I really enjoyed the book and I will definitely have to read more of Normandie’s books! so for all you historical romance fans out there this is a book you will want to add to your reading list!
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