Revenge of the Siren Song

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Danger and adventure await in this saucy tale born in the Golden Age of Piracy. Captain Grace O'Malley, the bane of Spanish treasure ships and the British Royal Navy alike, prowls the warm waters of the Caribbean in search of prizes. As deadly as she is beautiful, Grace is not the only threat on the high seas. More

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Words: 20,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452414997
About Michelle Stinson Ross

Michelle Stinson Ross has been scribbling and making up wild tales most of her life. She never really outgrew her childhood penchant for building castles and lands of legend from the everyday world around her. She has always been a voracious reader as well, rarely picking up a book she didn’t like. For several years she worked at being a respectable adult, earning a Bachelors Degree in Business Communication, raising 3 daughters, and building a career in marketing. But as the children grew up and the career progressed, the drive to create those wild tales never left her. An active blogger and social media addict, Michelle has been feverishly working on several story ideas, a podcast, and a new blog to serialize the work of dreams.

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Review by: James Garcia Jr. on Dec. 26, 2010 :
Many might be asking the same questions I was before buying this book: Pirates? Really? Other than seeing the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films and enjoying the ride at Disneyland, I'm not actually the biggest pirate fan in the world. However, mixing the intrigue of double and triple-crosses, historical accuracy that you won't believe, as well as rich, multi-layered characters, makes this a quick and entertaining piece of work.
Though I didn't know much about the history of the subject, Stinson does an excellent job of getting it right. You can just tell. From the detailed locales, to the dress, to the customs of the day, the reader is transported to a time and place as if he or she had just stepped from a time-machine.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: J. Alexander Greenwood on Dec. 15, 2010 :
If you think Captain Jack Sparrow had all the pirate fun left in the world, then you need to read "Revenge of the Siren Song." Engaging action and battle scenes, saucy, sexy fun below decks and a weather eye towards historical detail earn this novella a tip of the captain's hat. Great read for the romance and pirate enthusiast. Set sail with the Siren Song today, matey!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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