After ten years of graduate school and too many degrees, Anne Marsh escaped to become a technical writer. When not planted firmly in front of the laptop translating Engineering into English, Anne enjoys gardening, running (even if it’s just to the 7-11 for Slurpees), and reading books curled up with her kids. The best part of writing romance, however, is finally being able to answer the question: “So… what do you do with a PhD in Slavic languages and literatures?” She lives in Northern California with her husband, two kids and five cats.
Sadie S. Forsythe
on Jan. 31, 2014 :
This is not a book to be taken seriously, not at all. I mean really, a female pirate who likes to get caught...because being caught apparently equals sex. I guess it never occurred to anyone to just shoot thieves. Go figure. It's ridiculous. Having said that, it's supposed to be and when taken with the appropriate truck load of salt it's a lot of fun. I noticed a few typos and at 38 pages it's not very long, but it was an enjoyable quickie.
On an unrelated side note, except for the fact that this short was apparently later expanded into a longer piece involving cats, I have no clue what the lion on the cover is about. There's not a single cat in the book.
(review of free book)