Thursday, July 11, 2013

SWEPT UP BY THE SEA by Tracy & Laura Hickman--Book Review

SWEPT UP BY THE SEA by Tracy and Laura Hickman. This 323 page fantastical story had very interesting characters. I enjoyed getting to know all of them. The adventures they had incredible. The world the Hickman's created was just as fun as the characters. It was a fun read that was definitely a Romantic Fairy Tale. I would recommend it for 18 and over.

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Determined to seek his fortune, Percival Taylor leaves behind his sleepy hometown and sets out to become a legendary pirate. The only problem is, no one at the rough-and-tumble seaport of Blackshore will allow him anywhere near a ship!
Percival must find other means to win the heart of the beautiful Tuppence Magrathia-Paddock, who has mistaken him for a pirate rogue out of one of her romantic books. She is entirely willing to swoon into his arms if he can prove his buccaneer soul—and she will even arrange her own kidnapping to prove it.
Percival eventually find himself captain of a broken-down ship, complete with a crew of reluctant pirates, a jilted fiancee, a reclusive master shipwright, and an old professor with a magical secret that could kill them all. Join the strangest assortment of characters you'll ever meet on the Nine Seas as they set sail for treasure and romance!
*Cover and back cover blurb taken from The publisher provided the book, but it did not influence my review.

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