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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Pirate's Conquest falls into the historical, romance, and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is best suited to a mature adult audience owing to the presence of graphic violence, scenes of a sexual nature throughout, and references to adult topics such as rape, prostitution, and miscarriage. Penned by Charlene Centracchio, this intense and enjoyable drama occurs during piracy on the high seas, where we meet Captain Timothy Lockwood. A respected shipbuilder, Timothy lives a double life as the ruthless captain of the Moonlight, a ship on which our heroine Jennifer Weatherly intends to escape an arranged marriage that she doesn’t want.
Charlene Centracchio has created a fantastic historical drama, romance, and action tale. The dramatic focus is always on our central pairing as they weather the sometimes literal storms of life together. I was thrilled by the twists and turns of the plot, which takes us through some of the rawest, darkest, and gritty historical facts of the period. I enjoyed how the glamour of a pirate's life is taken away to reveal the truth, and both central characters feel the strain of the paths they’ve chosen in life. Their connection is electric, with highly engaging dialogue tailored to their unique way of speaking, bridging the gap nicely between modern humor and historical flavor and parlance. Overall, The Pirate's Conquest is a very enjoyable historical romance for fans of the genre, and it’s sure to give you everything you could ask for in a high-seas romance.