A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1 PDF Ì A

A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1 PDF Ì A

A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1 [Reading] ➷ A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1 Author Jules Radcliffe – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Caribbean 1664Press ganged as a boy Job Wright has spent years as a captive on a merchant ship plying the Atlantic trade routes until one day musketeer Garrett Dubh a crewman of the buccaneer ship The Caribbean Press ganged as a Promise Pirates Epub Ú boy Job Wright has spent years as a captive on a merchant ship plying the Atlantic trade routes until one day musketeer Garrett Dubh a crewman of the buccaneer ship Audacious rescues himGarrett takes Job under his wing and they become firm friends It's the first real friendship Job can recall having He is fascinated by the handsome pirate however and he longs for than just kindness between A Pirates PDF \ themDetermined to prove his worth to Garrett Job goes to lengths that might just cause serious trouble in the French pirate haven of Tortuga He fears he’s bitten off than he can chew and this time Garrett isn’t there to save him from danger.


10 thoughts on “A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1

  1. K.S. Marsden K.S. Marsden says:

    When Job's ship is attacked by pirates he sees an end to the years of abuse even if that end is deathGarrett stops his shipmate from killing the boy and he can't deny the attraction between themI received a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewJob has had no luck in his young life He was pressed into service on his first ship little better than a slave; then captured by the Spanish Between them both he suffered years of abuse used so much by sailors that he thought that was all everyone would want from himWhen pirates attack his ship he takes the opportunity to kill one of his Spanish abusers; before he is swept up by the crew of the Audacious and has to learn how to interact with honourable menGarrett is drawn to the handsome young man but knowing his history he knows that it would be wrong to take advantage of him He's convinced himself that any affection Job shows him is merely gratitude for saving his lifeI really enjoyed this little book For such a short story it creates strong characters a vibrant world of pirates and ports It is incredibly steamy but that doesn't overwhelm the budding romance between Garrett and Job For murderous pirates it was kinda sweetIt also feels historically accurate and respectful of the timesOverall this was a fast fun read; and I'm looking forward to the rest of the series


  2. Stephanie Lake Stephanie Lake says:

    Jules Radcliffe's crowning achievement A must readI have read and reread all of Jules' pirate books and I have to say this one is the ultimateJob's past shaped his harsh world view but did not make him a coward With gentle guidance from Garrett Job becomes his own man


  3. M& M& says:

    45 really but at this point it's all pure semantics because I am leaning very strongly toward 5 The book is very well written I loved every single character in it even the two females a pirate and a prostitute Plenty of gay couples to continue the series so I am looking forward to books 1 and 2 The only 'smells fishy' moment was that 18 year old Job aka Shrimp seemed to have recovered all too fast after 4 years of sexual abuse What was it a month? two?Lei thank you thousand times for gifting me this series I truly enjoyed this first installment


  4. Joe Cosentino Joe Cosentino says:

    Jules Radcliffe combines historical research a romantic spirit and a creative mind to begin this series set in Tortuga 1664 Like Job in the Bible Radcliffe's main character is plagued with problems until he meets Garrett the handsome pirate Here's where this short story gets steamy Will Job and Garrett have a future? There's to come Radcliffe's stellar writing and imaginative descriptions keep us wanting


  5. Lisa The Novel Approach Lisa The Novel Approach says:

    We go back in time with this installment in the series and it’s interesting to see of our favorite characters from the first two books but from before they were couplesIt’s the Caribbean in 1664 Life hasn’t been easy for Job Wright Press ganged onto a merchant ship and then captured by the Spanish he’s been passed around and had to do whatever was necessary to stay alive When the Audacious defeats the Spanish ship he is on Job is rescued by crewman Garrett Dubh People often underestimate Job; he’s short and slim often mistaken for being years younger than the eighteen he has matured to Coping with the PTSD of being continually abused and raped by the Spanish Job has a hard time coping with the brethren on the Audacious His viewpoint is if it seems too good to be true he must be already deadGarrett only wants to be Job’s friend to begin with Knowing what the boy has suffered he realizes the only way to truly protect Job is for Garrett to claim him as his bedmate and matelot so that other men aboard ship will leave the handsome man child alone What Garrett doesn’t expect to happen is for Job to show him just how much of a man his life has molded him into and that now that Job’s life is his own he wants to claim Garrett as his alsoOnce again we get an accurate and descriptive accounting of what life would have been like on board a pirate ship in the 1600s The historical accuracy is always spot on with Radcliffe and it’s a pleasure to read If you would like to see accurate maps of the Caribbean in the 1600s they are on Radcliffe’s website She also has another series set at the same time and in the same world as the Pirates of Port Royal series The series is called Chevaliers Charlatans and is free to subscribers of her newsletter There is also a free story set in the Pirates of Port Royal series named Swamp Dog which is a rather brutal short about a thiefI truly hope that we get further glimpses of these two as the series progresses This is a sweet and poignant short story with a believable HEA Even with the age difference of the MCs Garrett and Job are good together and their story is as heartwarming as it is heartrending For fans of the Port Royal series this is a short must read with favorite characters moonlighting throughout and gives one glimpse about life at sea on the Audacious“You got yourself drunk last night” said Job softly “You might’ve taken me to the Mermaid but you hated the thought of me being with another didn’t you? As much as I hate the thought of you being with another” At this Garrett finally looked up his eyes lambent “I did hate it I do now But I feel responsible for you for your happiness I fear to do the wrong thing by you” Job’s hand shook a little as he laid it on Garrett’s cheek “You won’t And you ain’t responsible But I do wish I was yours andand you was mine”Reviewed by Carrie for The Novel Approach


  6. Jim Horn Jim Horn says:

    Delightfully humane a heart throb of a good hot readMethinks kings be the true beasts of prey lounging at court in soft red purchased of armies' blood Got that out of my system now I'll talk like an American The language in this book is catchy than drawl at a Texas barbeue And I'll bet it's accurate in every respect It is rather entertaining Now the manly tail I mean this manly tale is romantic enough to make a little girl swoon yet real enough to make a man stand up and take notice Rain must fall in every love story Tears water the blossoms of a happy ending Will there be one? People are people and love is love This story has strong heart as well as very spicy times All can experience the power of these emotions knowing the beauty of passion within yet another color of our rainbow True men loving true men And I mean truly loving A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother Now imagine getting to be with that closest friend in every way For sooth it's that good Bravo Jules Radcliffe hail fellow and well met


  7. Bo Bo says:

    Perfect PreuelGeez I wish this had been published before The Puritan Pirate but I am not complaining This perfect preuel to that spectacular romp does introduce us to uinn and Perry and in a very proper way for their subseuent narrative But this one is all Job and Garrett and what a truly heart warming and heart rendering at times this novella turns out to be I simply cannot improve on the plot outline in the book's blurb But I can tell you that this is a coupling that will make you cry tears of joy eventually while Job goes through a series of frightening experiences because he is young and pretty and susceptible and compliant and terrified As for Garrett if there was a pirate like him he would have been worthy of commanding a fleet Hope we get to meet them again in their future


  8. Misty Misty says:

    I really like Ms Radcliffe's lively and descriptive writing style A Pirate's Promise is a novella and I always prefer longer books but I've got to say that the interaction between Garrett and Job was very believable and also so sweet I'm jumping into the next book


  9. Maryann Kafka Maryann Kafka says:

    Jules Radcliffe creates the an historical and adventurous pirates tale that takes to the high seas Gulf of Florida Tortuga and the Caribbean in the year 1664 Radcliffe knows how to use the language and wording of the time frame that makes each pirate come alive Job Wright had been on the sea since he was fourteen Kidnapped by the Dons from his own ship at eighteen he was forced to work on their ship Job is somewhat of a sad creature as he knows no other life than what took place with the Dons When the Black Wolf’s crew rescue him and take him back to the Audacious Job doesn’t trust or know what to expect or how to act Job is taken under the wing of Irishman Garret Dubh one of the Audacious crew No matter how well Job is treated he still doesn’t understand that no one want’s to use him Along the way there’s misunderstandings and mistakes made that place him Garrett and the crew in dangerJules Radcliffe delivers an action packed fast paced dangerous high seas and land adventure Job and Garrett are both confused with their feelings for each other but they are just the right combination Other interesting characters that stand out Black Wolf Thomas Peregrine and Gabriel uinn Jules Radcliffe also adds research with “Author’s Note” It delves into historical events ideas for characters historical language and spelling and gives a clear explanation of matelotage


  10. Katherine McIntyre Katherine McIntyre says:

    A wonderful preuel to an engaging series


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10 thoughts on “A Pirates Promise Pirates of Port Royal # 1

  1. K.S. Marsden K.S. Marsden says:

    When Job's ship is attacked by pirates he sees an end to the years of abuse even if that end is deathGarrett stops his shipmate from killing the boy and he can't deny the attraction between themI received a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewJob has had no luck in his young life He was pressed into service on his first ship little better than a slave; then captured by the Spanish Between them both he suffered years of abuse used so much by sailors that he thought that was all everyone would want from himWhen pirates attack his ship he takes the opportunity to kill one of his Spanish abusers; before he is swept up by the crew of the Audacious and has to learn how to interact with honourable menGarrett is drawn to the handsome young man but knowing his history he knows that it would be wrong to take advantage of him He's convinced himself that any affection Job shows him is merely gratitude for saving his lifeI really enjoyed this little book For such a short story it creates strong characters a vibrant world of pirates and ports It is incredibly steamy but that doesn't overwhelm the budding romance between Garrett and Job For murderous pirates it was kinda sweetIt also feels historically accurate and respectful of the timesOverall this was a fast fun read; and I'm looking forward to the rest of the series

  2. Stephanie Lake Stephanie Lake says:

    Jules Radcliffe's crowning achievement A must readI have read and reread all of Jules' pirate books and I have to say this one is the ultimateJob's past shaped his harsh world view but did not make him a coward With gentle guidance from Garrett Job becomes his own man

  3. M& M& says:

    45 really but at this point it's all pure semantics because I am leaning very strongly toward 5 The book is very well written I loved every single character in it even the two females a pirate and a prostitute Plenty of gay couples to continue the series so I am looking forward to books 1 and 2 The only 'smells fishy' moment was that 18 year old Job aka Shrimp seemed to have recovered all too fast after 4 years of sexual abuse What was it a month? two?Lei thank you thousand times for gifting me this series I truly enjoyed this first installment

  4. Joe Cosentino Joe Cosentino says:

    Jules Radcliffe combines historical research a romantic spirit and a creative mind to begin this series set in Tortuga 1664 Like Job in the Bible Radcliffe's main character is plagued with problems until he meets Garrett the handsome pirate Here's where this short story gets steamy Will Job and Garrett have a future? There's to come Radcliffe's stellar writing and imaginative descriptions keep us wanting

  5. Lisa The Novel Approach Lisa The Novel Approach says:

    We go back in time with this installment in the series and it’s interesting to see of our favorite characters from the first two books but from before they were couplesIt’s the Caribbean in 1664 Life hasn’t been easy for Job Wright Press ganged onto a merchant ship and then captured by the Spanish he’s been passed around and had to do whatever was necessary to stay alive When the Audacious defeats the Spanish ship he is on Job is rescued by crewman Garrett Dubh People often underestimate Job; he’s short and slim often mistaken for being years younger than the eighteen he has matured to Coping with the PTSD of being continually abused and raped by the Spanish Job has a hard time coping with the brethren on the Audacious His viewpoint is if it seems too good to be true he must be already deadGarrett only wants to be Job’s friend to begin with Knowing what the boy has suffered he realizes the only way to truly protect Job is for Garrett to claim him as his bedmate and matelot so that other men aboard ship will leave the handsome man child alone What Garrett doesn’t expect to happen is for Job to show him just how much of a man his life has molded him into and that now that Job’s life is his own he wants to claim Garrett as his alsoOnce again we get an accurate and descriptive accounting of what life would have been like on board a pirate ship in the 1600s The historical accuracy is always spot on with Radcliffe and it’s a pleasure to read If you would like to see accurate maps of the Caribbean in the 1600s they are on Radcliffe’s website She also has another series set at the same time and in the same world as the Pirates of Port Royal series The series is called Chevaliers Charlatans and is free to subscribers of her newsletter There is also a free story set in the Pirates of Port Royal series named Swamp Dog which is a rather brutal short about a thiefI truly hope that we get further glimpses of these two as the series progresses This is a sweet and poignant short story with a believable HEA Even with the age difference of the MCs Garrett and Job are good together and their story is as heartwarming as it is heartrending For fans of the Port Royal series this is a short must read with favorite characters moonlighting throughout and gives one glimpse about life at sea on the Audacious“You got yourself drunk last night” said Job softly “You might’ve taken me to the Mermaid but you hated the thought of me being with another didn’t you? As much as I hate the thought of you being with another” At this Garrett finally looked up his eyes lambent “I did hate it I do now But I feel responsible for you for your happiness I fear to do the wrong thing by you” Job’s hand shook a little as he laid it on Garrett’s cheek “You won’t And you ain’t responsible But I do wish I was yours andand you was mine”Reviewed by Carrie for The Novel Approach

  6. Jim Horn Jim Horn says:

    Delightfully humane a heart throb of a good hot readMethinks kings be the true beasts of prey lounging at court in soft red purchased of armies' blood Got that out of my system now I'll talk like an American The language in this book is catchy than drawl at a Texas barbeue And I'll bet it's accurate in every respect It is rather entertaining Now the manly tail I mean this manly tale is romantic enough to make a little girl swoon yet real enough to make a man stand up and take notice Rain must fall in every love story Tears water the blossoms of a happy ending Will there be one? People are people and love is love This story has strong heart as well as very spicy times All can experience the power of these emotions knowing the beauty of passion within yet another color of our rainbow True men loving true men And I mean truly loving A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother Now imagine getting to be with that closest friend in every way For sooth it's that good Bravo Jules Radcliffe hail fellow and well met

  7. Bo Bo says:

    Perfect PreuelGeez I wish this had been published before The Puritan Pirate but I am not complaining This perfect preuel to that spectacular romp does introduce us to uinn and Perry and in a very proper way for their subseuent narrative But this one is all Job and Garrett and what a truly heart warming and heart rendering at times this novella turns out to be I simply cannot improve on the plot outline in the book's blurb But I can tell you that this is a coupling that will make you cry tears of joy eventually while Job goes through a series of frightening experiences because he is young and pretty and susceptible and compliant and terrified As for Garrett if there was a pirate like him he would have been worthy of commanding a fleet Hope we get to meet them again in their future

  8. Misty Misty says:

    I really like Ms Radcliffe's lively and descriptive writing style A Pirate's Promise is a novella and I always prefer longer books but I've got to say that the interaction between Garrett and Job was very believable and also so sweet I'm jumping into the next book

  9. Maryann Kafka Maryann Kafka says:

    Jules Radcliffe creates the an historical and adventurous pirates tale that takes to the high seas Gulf of Florida Tortuga and the Caribbean in the year 1664 Radcliffe knows how to use the language and wording of the time frame that makes each pirate come alive Job Wright had been on the sea since he was fourteen Kidnapped by the Dons from his own ship at eighteen he was forced to work on their ship Job is somewhat of a sad creature as he knows no other life than what took place with the Dons When the Black Wolf’s crew rescue him and take him back to the Audacious Job doesn’t trust or know what to expect or how to act Job is taken under the wing of Irishman Garret Dubh one of the Audacious crew No matter how well Job is treated he still doesn’t understand that no one want’s to use him Along the way there’s misunderstandings and mistakes made that place him Garrett and the crew in dangerJules Radcliffe delivers an action packed fast paced dangerous high seas and land adventure Job and Garrett are both confused with their feelings for each other but they are just the right combination Other interesting characters that stand out Black Wolf Thomas Peregrine and Gabriel uinn Jules Radcliffe also adds research with “Author’s Note” It delves into historical events ideas for characters historical language and spelling and gives a clear explanation of matelotage

  10. Katherine McIntyre Katherine McIntyre says:

    A wonderful preuel to an engaging series

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