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The Butcher and the Beast [Download] ➵ The Butcher and the Beast ➾ Sean Michael – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Butcher and The Beast by Sean Michael Can a pirate and a doctor find love on the seas Stephen is a doctor a practical man who wishes his sister wouldn’t worry so about the pirates that plague th and the MOBI ï The Butcher and the Beast by Sean Michael Can a pirate and a doctor find love The Butcher PDF/EPUB ² on the seas Stephen is a doctor a practical man who wishes his sister wouldn’t worry so Butcher and the Epub á about the pirates that plague their island home So it’s ironic that Stephen himself is set upon by just those pirates who carry him off to heal their wounded captainJohn is a pirate captain master of his fate and used to getting what he wants And he decides he wants Stephen even when the good doctor wants nothing than to run away from himCan the beast convince the doctor who the sailors call the butcher to stay with him About Sean Michael Often referred to as Space Cowboy and Gangsta of Love while still striving for the moniker of Maurice Sean Michael spends his days surfing smutting organising his immense gourd collection and fantasizing about one day retiring on a small secluded island peopled entirely by horseshoe crabs While collecting vast amounts of vintage gay pulp novels and mood rings Sean whiles away the hours between dropping the f bomb and pursuing the kama sutra by channelling the long lost spirit of John Wayne and singing along with the soundtrack to ChicagoA long time writer of complicated haiku currently Sean is attempting to learn the advanced arts of plate spinning and soap carving sex toysBarring any of that He'll stick with writing his stories thanks and rubbing pretty bodies together to see if they spark.


10 thoughts on “The Butcher and the Beast

  1. SheReadsALot SheReadsALot says:

    375 Hearts A Sean Michael readable story that didn't make my brain seep through my earThis is actually a higher rated Sean Michael from me Guess whythere was a plot Not a strong one but it was there You have such passion hidden beneath that very thin layer of civilizationYou know nothing of me NothingAnd I have all the time in the world to prove to you that I do indeed know you Now Sean Michael or SM and I we have like this love hate relationship see It's a long standing one where I feel he just has a barrel of prompts and another for names and he picks whatever is on top and goes for it Not knocking him the formula works right because we're buying itI had to take a hiatus from him It's been nine months since I read my last SM I broke my abstinence for pirates I'm weak for swashbucklers The thing is I did not regret my choice Don't expect real pirating in this book This is Sean Michael we're talking about hereTHERE'S A PANTSLESS PIRATE IMAGE AT THIS POINT NOT GR FRIENDLYBUT IT IS ON THE BLOGPlot schmlot when there's needing and aching to be done This is a about pirate captain jizz wizard named John aka Beastthat comes buckets for his virgin straight doctor who he affectionately nicknames Butcher I'm telling you Sean Michael was playing the role of Beast to my Butcher He was such a horny son of a gun He wore the feisty Butcher down until he just gave in to needing and aching and sexing The novella isn't pure sex I repeat the sexing doesn't start until after 70% mark


  2. Erastes Erastes says:

    First off – the cover I don’t get the cover I don’t know what that triangular shape is in the middle of the shot it looks like a nose– I’ve seen this pose on a couple of books now and I still don’t get it Perhaps it’s sort of like one of those pictures where there’s an old woman and a young woman in the same picture and one day I’ll see what it’s supposed to represent But it’s creepyI admit that I nearly gave up reading within the first six pages due to some extremely clunky prose and then I wanted to give up when it went downhill from thereVery hard to ascertain when this was set by the clues set therein Ether wasn’t used until the 1840s “roustabout” wasn’t used until 20 years later “hooligans” not even in the 19th century and yet pirates were in their heyday a lot earlier than thisThe main character Stephen was so obviously a girl that I couldn’t help but think that this book had been converted from a hetero romance to a gay romance without any care for re characterisation He stamps his dear little feet he shouts “Demon You beast” at every available opportunity along with “Unhand me ruffian” and my eyes were rolling madly As for the Pirate Captain I think he’s a cat as the only thing he ever seems to do is purrThe story is predictable eroticised rape lots of “unhand me you imprecator of penisy goodness” which gradually turns to desire and love–it might hit someone’s buttons but not mine There’s no plot It’s just sex “Do you do nothing but rut?” asks Stephen at one point No He doesn’tThe editingwell there’s no word for it but appalling Unforgivable homonyms such as passed instead of past Missing apostrophes plurals where there shouldn’t be plurals Standard Toruere output Some people have said that it’s not fair to mention editing in a review but I disagree hugely The author and the publisher are jointly responsible for bringing a book to the public eye and the book–any book–deserves better than thisuite aside from all that endless repetitive conversations 90% sex and the blatant rip off of the Pirates of the Caribbean themes of kidnapping due to a misworded promise and phrases like “so we have an accord” this is simply a book that will make you laugh but for all the wrong reasons The only research that went on for this book seems to have been watching cliched pirate movies and is nothing better than a bad wallpaper historicalI can’t recommend it in the slightest


  3. Sans Sans says:

    Advice Make a drinking game out of how often Grey's eyes are rolling You'll be drunk by the end of the first chapterThis was a bodice trouser ripper set on the high seas with two blokes Take it at face value and it's a decent romp Expect anything else out of it and you'll be sorely disappointed


  4. ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme says:

    Pirate fantasies are fulfilled with this growly Sean Michaels book Stephen is a proper gentleman who is a doctor He scoffs at his fearful sister's worries about pirates circling their new island home So to his chagrin when he's captured by pirates and forced to heal the captain of the pirates he realizes he should have heeded her warnings John the pirate Captain is gleeful in his capture of a doctor who is both young and attractive A devotee of manlove John delights in the corruption of virginal StephenThe sex in here is as expected from a Mr Michaels book It's deliciously raw and filled with primal grunting There is no pussy footing around here There is only stalk and prey Stephen's debauchery into taboo carnal pleasure is fun to witness He protests as much as he likes but it makes no difference because he loves the hard anal thrusting orgasms His newly initiated hole cannot get enough of the pirate's punishing plunderingThe dialogue between the two characters are a bit wince worthy The world building is light The character building is almost nonexistent The chemistry between the two main characters is what makes this story fun to read The constant denials and then lusty mating make for a good emotional tug of war The ending is predictable with a happily ever after Recommended for mm readers who have pirate ravaging fantasies


  5. Kari Gregg Kari Gregg says:

    I'm torn about rating this book On the one hand I think parts of the story are poorly written Sorry but I thought some of the dialogue particalarly was comically bad Stilted and trying too hard to sound historical JMO Then there's the matter of dubious consent As in there isn't any consent verbal or otherwise for a good bit of the book Now I can get into the mouth saying no when the body says yes I love the old bodice rippers LOL but very little of the body saying yes comes through in the earliest scenes of this book Maintaining an erection IMO does not suggest consent But I kept reading because the book was rated highly and hey I love the author's other booksI'm giving this 4 stars because Sean Michael pulled it off in the end Why I started liking the pirate John the Beast halfway through this novella I'll never know since I thought he was such a total jerk prior to but I did Maybe because I adored the premise and I wanted to like John in spite of my sincere desire to stomp him into the ground When he started falling for Stephen the Butcher though I started falling for him and by the final 23 of the book I even forgave the forcedstitled dialogueRegardless of my 4 star rating plow through the rest of Sean Michael's backlist before you pick up this one If The Butcher and the Beast had been one of the first of his books I'd picked up I would've seriously hesitated before buying from Sean Michael A wonderful premise that I think was fumbled though salvaged in the end does not a fan base build


  6. Fadia Pierre Fadia Pierre says:

    Pure perversion smutty humorous and most of all so hot I could not put it down Stephen a doctor is kidnapped by pirates to tend the Captain wounds Stephen is straight laced bethroved and virtuous with his future laid out for him John pirate Captain has his sights on Stephen and his crew kidnaps him onto his ship and well Stephen's plans for his furture goes overboard Over the course of weeks in small increments John manages breaks down Stephen's barries to accept him and all of his perversed proclivities Stephen's words not mine The banter between John and Stephen is extremely entertaining One has to wonder while reading and watching the relationship manifest if John was correct and Stephen needed guidance to find himself from his stringent enviroment I always love a good Pirate story and really hope to see these characters in the future


  7. Eli Easton Eli Easton says:

    As other reviewers have pointed out this is definitely a bodice ripper I read it in one sitting and enjoyed it I liked the idea of the doctor character who starts out so prim and proper he can't even conceive of a man wanting another man or having sex outside marriage and he's slowly seduced It would have been powerful though if we'd seen a lot of that through his eyes and 'heard' the pull of the seduction As it was from the pirate's POV it was of a 'no no no maybe yes' But anyway if you want a little dub con story of seduction with pirates this is it


  8. nisie draws nisie draws says:

    DID NOT FINISH too rape y for my tastes What happened to the good ol' days of two dudes having a good time and everyone enjoys themselves?


  9. Susan65 Susan65 says:

    Now this was purely entertainment When I was challenged to read a pirate book I knew I was going to get hung up on the whole historical thing of which I really am not a fan However this was freaking hilariousonce you got past the vast amount of sex Sex on top of sex on top of sex But the dialogue was pure brilliance I laughed even during the abduction and non consensual scenes because the Butcher had a way with words that just tickled me pink And the Beast while always naked was an irresistible rakeStephen AKA the Butcher is a doctor that is abducted to treat the injuries of a pirate captain John AKA the Beast Throughout the entire story they refer to each other by these not so nice monikers but by the end they are said with love and affection This was such a strange story but one that for some reason just worked for meNot a lot of plot not at all realistic but so completely entertaining I am still giggling over parts of it and I may just go out and find either another Sean Michael book or a pirate story not sure yet but one of the two will be on my list soonNow I know you may be wondering where the links are to buy this book and I hate to be the bearer of bad news but it is currently not available for sale I would definitely hit up the author to re release this story because it is highly entertaining even if the subject matter is not supposed to beThe Blogger Girls


  10. Lorraine Lesar Lorraine Lesar says:

    How can you love a book that is so silly that it becomes silliness personified? Well I did It reminded me so much of the old fashioned Mills and Boon bodice rippers where the heroine is being thoroughly debauched and keeps saying you beast over and over again the author certainly had a liking for that word you will read it a lot All that is different is that that heroine is called Stephen complete with the Mills and Boon obligatory golden curls a gentleman of the finest uarter a doctor and pretty nifty with his sword now I could be completely crass here with that word but I will refrain oh and let's not forget the eye rolling yes we are back to Mills and Boon again sorry but I just can't help it Anyway I love pirates and particularly Stephen's pirate his banter and innuendos were smutty and so much fun to read I loved it I'm sure that the author had great fun writing this tongue in cheek sexy pirate's tale as I had in reading it It finished pretty abruptly with no declaration of love but it's there it's really there and I would love to read of their high sea capers


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10 thoughts on “The Butcher and the Beast

  1. SheReadsALot SheReadsALot says:

    375 Hearts A Sean Michael readable story that didn't make my brain seep through my earThis is actually a higher rated Sean Michael from me Guess whythere was a plot Not a strong one but it was there You have such passion hidden beneath that very thin layer of civilizationYou know nothing of me NothingAnd I have all the time in the world to prove to you that I do indeed know you Now Sean Michael or SM and I we have like this love hate relationship see It's a long standing one where I feel he just has a barrel of prompts and another for names and he picks whatever is on top and goes for it Not knocking him the formula works right because we're buying itI had to take a hiatus from him It's been nine months since I read my last SM I broke my abstinence for pirates I'm weak for swashbucklers The thing is I did not regret my choice Don't expect real pirating in this book This is Sean Michael we're talking about hereTHERE'S A PANTSLESS PIRATE IMAGE AT THIS POINT NOT GR FRIENDLYBUT IT IS ON THE BLOGPlot schmlot when there's needing and aching to be done This is a about pirate captain jizz wizard named John aka Beastthat comes buckets for his virgin straight doctor who he affectionately nicknames Butcher I'm telling you Sean Michael was playing the role of Beast to my Butcher He was such a horny son of a gun He wore the feisty Butcher down until he just gave in to needing and aching and sexing The novella isn't pure sex I repeat the sexing doesn't start until after 70% mark

  2. Erastes Erastes says:

    First off – the cover I don’t get the cover I don’t know what that triangular shape is in the middle of the shot it looks like a nose– I’ve seen this pose on a couple of books now and I still don’t get it Perhaps it’s sort of like one of those pictures where there’s an old woman and a young woman in the same picture and one day I’ll see what it’s supposed to represent But it’s creepyI admit that I nearly gave up reading within the first six pages due to some extremely clunky prose and then I wanted to give up when it went downhill from thereVery hard to ascertain when this was set by the clues set therein Ether wasn’t used until the 1840s “roustabout” wasn’t used until 20 years later “hooligans” not even in the 19th century and yet pirates were in their heyday a lot earlier than thisThe main character Stephen was so obviously a girl that I couldn’t help but think that this book had been converted from a hetero romance to a gay romance without any care for re characterisation He stamps his dear little feet he shouts “Demon You beast” at every available opportunity along with “Unhand me ruffian” and my eyes were rolling madly As for the Pirate Captain I think he’s a cat as the only thing he ever seems to do is purrThe story is predictable eroticised rape lots of “unhand me you imprecator of penisy goodness” which gradually turns to desire and love–it might hit someone’s buttons but not mine There’s no plot It’s just sex “Do you do nothing but rut?” asks Stephen at one point No He doesn’tThe editingwell there’s no word for it but appalling Unforgivable homonyms such as passed instead of past Missing apostrophes plurals where there shouldn’t be plurals Standard Toruere output Some people have said that it’s not fair to mention editing in a review but I disagree hugely The author and the publisher are jointly responsible for bringing a book to the public eye and the book–any book–deserves better than thisuite aside from all that endless repetitive conversations 90% sex and the blatant rip off of the Pirates of the Caribbean themes of kidnapping due to a misworded promise and phrases like “so we have an accord” this is simply a book that will make you laugh but for all the wrong reasons The only research that went on for this book seems to have been watching cliched pirate movies and is nothing better than a bad wallpaper historicalI can’t recommend it in the slightest

  3. Sans Sans says:

    Advice Make a drinking game out of how often Grey's eyes are rolling You'll be drunk by the end of the first chapterThis was a bodice trouser ripper set on the high seas with two blokes Take it at face value and it's a decent romp Expect anything else out of it and you'll be sorely disappointed

  4. ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme ♆ BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme says:

    Pirate fantasies are fulfilled with this growly Sean Michaels book Stephen is a proper gentleman who is a doctor He scoffs at his fearful sister's worries about pirates circling their new island home So to his chagrin when he's captured by pirates and forced to heal the captain of the pirates he realizes he should have heeded her warnings John the pirate Captain is gleeful in his capture of a doctor who is both young and attractive A devotee of manlove John delights in the corruption of virginal StephenThe sex in here is as expected from a Mr Michaels book It's deliciously raw and filled with primal grunting There is no pussy footing around here There is only stalk and prey Stephen's debauchery into taboo carnal pleasure is fun to witness He protests as much as he likes but it makes no difference because he loves the hard anal thrusting orgasms His newly initiated hole cannot get enough of the pirate's punishing plunderingThe dialogue between the two characters are a bit wince worthy The world building is light The character building is almost nonexistent The chemistry between the two main characters is what makes this story fun to read The constant denials and then lusty mating make for a good emotional tug of war The ending is predictable with a happily ever after Recommended for mm readers who have pirate ravaging fantasies

  5. Kari Gregg Kari Gregg says:

    I'm torn about rating this book On the one hand I think parts of the story are poorly written Sorry but I thought some of the dialogue particalarly was comically bad Stilted and trying too hard to sound historical JMO Then there's the matter of dubious consent As in there isn't any consent verbal or otherwise for a good bit of the book Now I can get into the mouth saying no when the body says yes I love the old bodice rippers LOL but very little of the body saying yes comes through in the earliest scenes of this book Maintaining an erection IMO does not suggest consent But I kept reading because the book was rated highly and hey I love the author's other booksI'm giving this 4 stars because Sean Michael pulled it off in the end Why I started liking the pirate John the Beast halfway through this novella I'll never know since I thought he was such a total jerk prior to but I did Maybe because I adored the premise and I wanted to like John in spite of my sincere desire to stomp him into the ground When he started falling for Stephen the Butcher though I started falling for him and by the final 23 of the book I even forgave the forcedstitled dialogueRegardless of my 4 star rating plow through the rest of Sean Michael's backlist before you pick up this one If The Butcher and the Beast had been one of the first of his books I'd picked up I would've seriously hesitated before buying from Sean Michael A wonderful premise that I think was fumbled though salvaged in the end does not a fan base build

  6. Fadia Pierre Fadia Pierre says:

    Pure perversion smutty humorous and most of all so hot I could not put it down Stephen a doctor is kidnapped by pirates to tend the Captain wounds Stephen is straight laced bethroved and virtuous with his future laid out for him John pirate Captain has his sights on Stephen and his crew kidnaps him onto his ship and well Stephen's plans for his furture goes overboard Over the course of weeks in small increments John manages breaks down Stephen's barries to accept him and all of his perversed proclivities Stephen's words not mine The banter between John and Stephen is extremely entertaining One has to wonder while reading and watching the relationship manifest if John was correct and Stephen needed guidance to find himself from his stringent enviroment I always love a good Pirate story and really hope to see these characters in the future

  7. Eli Easton Eli Easton says:

    As other reviewers have pointed out this is definitely a bodice ripper I read it in one sitting and enjoyed it I liked the idea of the doctor character who starts out so prim and proper he can't even conceive of a man wanting another man or having sex outside marriage and he's slowly seduced It would have been powerful though if we'd seen a lot of that through his eyes and 'heard' the pull of the seduction As it was from the pirate's POV it was of a 'no no no maybe yes' But anyway if you want a little dub con story of seduction with pirates this is it

  8. nisie draws nisie draws says:

    DID NOT FINISH too rape y for my tastes What happened to the good ol' days of two dudes having a good time and everyone enjoys themselves?

  9. Susan65 Susan65 says:

    Now this was purely entertainment When I was challenged to read a pirate book I knew I was going to get hung up on the whole historical thing of which I really am not a fan However this was freaking hilariousonce you got past the vast amount of sex Sex on top of sex on top of sex But the dialogue was pure brilliance I laughed even during the abduction and non consensual scenes because the Butcher had a way with words that just tickled me pink And the Beast while always naked was an irresistible rakeStephen AKA the Butcher is a doctor that is abducted to treat the injuries of a pirate captain John AKA the Beast Throughout the entire story they refer to each other by these not so nice monikers but by the end they are said with love and affection This was such a strange story but one that for some reason just worked for meNot a lot of plot not at all realistic but so completely entertaining I am still giggling over parts of it and I may just go out and find either another Sean Michael book or a pirate story not sure yet but one of the two will be on my list soonNow I know you may be wondering where the links are to buy this book and I hate to be the bearer of bad news but it is currently not available for sale I would definitely hit up the author to re release this story because it is highly entertaining even if the subject matter is not supposed to beThe Blogger Girls

  10. Lorraine Lesar Lorraine Lesar says:

    How can you love a book that is so silly that it becomes silliness personified? Well I did It reminded me so much of the old fashioned Mills and Boon bodice rippers where the heroine is being thoroughly debauched and keeps saying you beast over and over again the author certainly had a liking for that word you will read it a lot All that is different is that that heroine is called Stephen complete with the Mills and Boon obligatory golden curls a gentleman of the finest uarter a doctor and pretty nifty with his sword now I could be completely crass here with that word but I will refrain oh and let's not forget the eye rolling yes we are back to Mills and Boon again sorry but I just can't help it Anyway I love pirates and particularly Stephen's pirate his banter and innuendos were smutty and so much fun to read I loved it I'm sure that the author had great fun writing this tongue in cheek sexy pirate's tale as I had in reading it It finished pretty abruptly with no declaration of love but it's there it's really there and I would love to read of their high sea capers

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