Rum: Brothers - Book One

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Waking up married to the man he’s been lusting after isn’t what has Rum worried, it’s the folks trying to kill them that’s the problem. Captain Suede Boots is intrigued by the man in bed with him, even if he doesn’t recall marrying him. Learning his new husband’s family desires to kill them, awakens a strong desire to protect what is his. More

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Words: 102,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458164841
About A. Jane

When I'm not roasting coffee for my family's coffee roasting business (Papalatte) I'm writing my heart out.

I love writing the stories that rattle around in my head, to give voice to the characters I create (both straight and gay) and bring life to the worlds they live in. Each day (and night -- I'm a bit of an insomniac) is a new adventure. I'm always curious to see how the characters will react to the situations they're placed in, to the other characters as they are introduced.

I love the Romance Genre. I love reading it and writing it. Even before I bought my very first romance novel, I would read books that had romantic elements and relationships. There's just something about Happily Ever After that warms my little soul.

I write fantasy romance. One of the things I love about both the Fantasy and Paranormal subgenre of Romance is the freedom to create the most amazing worlds, characters, to allow the imagination complete control -- Anything and everything is possible.

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Review by: avis h on Feb. 09, 2013 :
Quite the adventruous saga. Books 1-3. Man, all the sub plots; those freebooter names! hilarious!. If for nothing else, this writer must be complimented for keeping track of all those different characters, keeping focused and true to the finish.
I'm giving it only 3 stars 'cause I find a lot of the plots with the brothers' revenge quite infruriating. I bought Boots as well but won't be reading it for a while yet.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Rigby Taylor on Feb. 27, 2011 :
Rum Brothers.
A well written book, lots of fine adventure, although I found myself skipping over some of the ‘domestic’, family stuff. Each title in a series should be able to be read as a complete and separate book, and subsequent books will contain more adventures building on the foundations of book one. This is not that case here. Just when everything seems to be ready for the brothers to revenge themselves, the story stops. All that build up, a best friend is in danger, forces are being arraigned against them, and that’s it. The end. This turns out to be a serial; buy the next instalment if you want to know what happens next. Mmmm… perhaps.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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