Friday, September 28, 2018

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

Daughter of the Pirate King
by Tricia Levenseller [YA Levenseller] 

Captain Alosa is successful when she gets herself kidnapped by another pirate crew who are expecting a large ransom for the daughter of the feared pirate king. However, they do not know that getting kidnapped is exactly what Alosa wants. Her father has sent her on a mission to locate part of a map which is somewhere aboard the ship on which she is now captive. It’s a battle of wits as she and her interrogator Riden, the attractive first mate, try to get information from each other.

Alosa is a feisty, quick-witted and stubborn character, and her exchanges with Riden and the crew are humorous. This was a fun, quick read.

[If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try Daughter of the Siren Queen, also by Tricia Levenseller.]

[ “Daughter of the Pirate King on the official Books page on the official Tricia Levenseller web site ]
Recommended by Marie P.
Bennett Martin Public Library

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