Daughter of the pirate king review

“Lass, you’ve the face of an angel but the tongue of a snake.”

Pirate captain, Alosa (think lady Jack Sparrow), is the daughter of the notoriously brutal pirate king. He controls the ocean and sends his only daughter on a mission. The princess of thieves and murderers finds herself aboard the Night Farer as their prisoner. The enemy ship. Don’t be fooled. Her capture was deliberate- the perfect opportunity to search their ship for a hidden ancient map. The bearer will be able to find the legendary Isla de Canta. Alosa is caught in a game of predator and prey with her captor: the clever and unfairly attractive first mate, Riden. But these men don’t know who they are dealing with. Alosa is power and strength. Death and destruction. Not someone to be trifled with.

DotPK had me hooked from the second Riden ordered Alosa and her crew to surrender. So chapter one. 😂👏🏼#TrashforTrish. I will read every story Levenseller creates. Tricia and her stories are the GOAT! 🐐 that means, the greatest of all time, readers! I just learned that phrase. Get this phenomenal duology shipped to you ASAP.

-enemies 2 lovers
-forbidden romance
-dagger hidden in book trick
-swashbuckling pirates
-fiesty and fiery heroine
-fearless, protective, strong, and courageous hero. All the heart eyes for Riden and his arms 🥰
-OTPs spats & toying with each other
-#isthisakissingbook 😘 giddy about it.

🎶 song: It Pulls Me Under by Butterfly Boucher 🎶

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