Lynna's Rogue (Curse of the Conjure Woman, Book One)

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Lynna’s life is filled with the stuff that dreams are mad of. Until a pirate captain, rumored to be the most vicious swashbuckler to ever plunder and pillage the seven seas (and with an ax to grind against the man she loves) kidnaps her in hopes of destroying their happily ever after, and keeping the exquisite beauty for himself. More
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About Kitty Margo

Kitty Margo was a former hairstylist, secretary, seamstress and phlebotomist before venturing into the ranks of the self employed with a commercial cleaning company. This allowed her the free time to pursue writing. She has fifteen books available now and is always working on her next book.
She is a Twilight fanatic who frequently dreams of being bitten by Edward Cullen. Hey, he's a vampire! So the 30 year age difference doesn't even matter!
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Review by: Patty Beaty on Nov. 14, 2013 :
The first in the series of Tropical Island books by Kitty Margo.. this one book has me so hooked on Miss Margo's books that I know own all her books. As for the taglines, It's the first in the series of books with voodoo. Let the author set the story up before you condemn the tags. Magick- that's voodoo right? So whats the problems with the tags? I see nothing wrong with the tags or the story. I love Lynna and Beau. What a perfectly adventurous romantic love! We could all only wish for the same. I'd give this more stars if I could!!
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Review by: Lionrhod on Nov. 10, 2013 : (no rating)
Okay I just have to be ticked at the tags too.

There's zero Voodoo in this book except for the fact that the word may be mentioned once or twice. Zero occult and/or magick either.

Don't try to sell a crappy book based on tags that aren't even appropriate.
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Review by: Lionrhod on Nov. 4, 2013 :
Oh dear. Every cliche possible. I won't bother to list them all. This is part of a series featuring the same characters. I'm not sure what tropes are left for the author to put into further novels.

My biggest problems with the book:

Several threads that weren't relevant and obviously thrown in to make it look as if the characters were unique. 1) a potential kidnapping used only to set the story up, and never really important to the plot again. 2) A hero who can't keep his parts in his pants and by chapter 2 has had his way with a cloistered virgin who he's sworn to protect - not my idea of an honorable hero. (And which also leads to a supreme lack of romantic tension.) 3) The hero allegedly overeats when nervous (but never gains an ounce) but this is forgotten as soon as he gets laid. 4) A heroine allegedly afraid of thunderstorms, but not one single frightening thunderstorm manifests - just several unimpressive ones, which she waltzes through without a problem.

And most annoying trope of all, the heroine who is "the most beautiful woman alive." The only men who don't try to bed (read rape in most cases) her are eunuchs, the elderly and men of different color. (it takes place in pre-Civil war America.).

On the good side, the writing itself was competent and the spelling/grammar was mostly good.

Sadly, it doesn't make up for the stark flatness of the characters.

Take it for what it is - an amusing romp with plenty of torrid love scenes.

It's obvious that the author is capable of writing a good book, but she desperately needs to work on plotting and find an editor who will curb her desire to throw too many ingredients into an already overflowing pot.

Despite everything, I hope the author will grow and look forward to her next (and hopefully better developed) series.
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Review by: Martine Celestin on Sep. 27, 2013 :
She went from sheltered bunny to a vixen. It was good
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Review by: Linda Winey on Sep. 11, 2013 :
I loved it, loved it, LOVED IT! Has just the right balance of suspense, intrigue ad romance. Am anxious to read the sequel, "Lynna's Beau"!
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Review by: hrhsophia on Aug. 12, 2013 :
A very good read, loved these two together. A lot of adventure and intrigue with the perfect villainess. These two developed into a good match.
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