The Puritan Pirate



❮Download❯ ➸ The Puritan Pirate Author Jules Radcliffe – E17streets4all.co.uk The Caribbean, An uptight naval lieutenant A free living buccaneer Enemies from the firstIt all changes the night Quinn reluctantly rescues Lieutenant Peregrine from the consequences of his folly Thei The Caribbean, An uptight naval lieutenant A free living buccaneer Enemies from the firstIt all changes the night Quinn reluctantly rescues Lieutenant Peregrine from the consequences of his folly Their tentative truce leads to a wild tryst and the thrilling discovery that their unconventional desires are perfectly matchedPerry is the most delightfully submissive lover Quinn has ever had, and he wants Perry by his side for good But such an affair would not only end Perry s career, he may never be able to return to England and his family Fearful of discovering Perry s desire The Puritan MOBI :ò for respectability is stronger than his love, Quinn leaves him behind in Port RoyalBut in his darkest hour, Quinn discovers that Perry will risk his life for them to be together.The Puritan Pirate

Jules Radcliffe is an author of historical mm and mmf erotic romances.

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  • The Puritan Pirate
  • Jules Radcliffe
  • English
  • 22 June 2017

10 thoughts on “The Puritan Pirate

  1. says:

    FIVE HEARTS It s like it was written for me Will you punish me Do you need to be punished I have such wicked thoughts of you Dear God, I hope you do.

  2. says:

    I love pirates, I especially love these pirates Jules Radcliffe wove a story of strong love, peril, and friendship in the beautiful background of 1664 Caribbean The enemies to lovers story line is touching and believable I read this book in just a few hours because I could not put it down Now I m going back to read it again.I hope there will be a sequel

  3. says:

    Jules Radcliffe is a writer of historical m m and m m f romances She was a new author to me on this one, and even though I had some issues with the timeline of this story, I am glad to have discovered a new historical author and her work.The setting is in Caribbean waters, the year 1664, a time fraught with political intrigue and the changing of a way of life Who knew Apparently, this author, who did her research and does a great job of captivating her audience and taking them there in a ve Jules Radcliffe is a writer of historical m m and m m f romances She was a new author to me on this one, and even though I had some issues with the timeline of this story, I am glad to have discovered a new historical author and her work.The setting is in Caribbean waters, the year 1664, a time fraught with political intrigue and the changing of a way of life Who knew Apparently, this author, who did her research and does a great job of captivating her audience and taking them there in a very believable way This story is about Quinn and Perry, two men who, being just one generation removed from the English invasion of Ireland and the pressing of her people into slavery, have every reason to hate each other based on their upbringings alone.Lt Thomas Peregrine is as English as they come His deceased father and extended family have strong Puritan beliefs and Perry was raised to be as radical as they are Only Perry wants no part of it and joins the Navy as a way to escape his cousins and still take care of his widowed mother and his sister Perry also has certain inclinations, secrets he has kept hidden his entire life, which are about as far from Puritan as you can get Perry is stoic, aloof, a bit prejudiced by his upbringing and totally out of his element among all the men on a ship This feeling of being alone has been with him his entire life, and his way of combating it is to be haughty and unapproachable When Perry is transferred off a naval vessel to one filled with buccaneers, or pirates as they were commonly called, he begins to question a lot about himself and the country he servesPerry cringed inwardly He had been a judgmental arse, and his priggish views had led him to make erroneous assumptions about the men who served under the Black Wolf Deep in his heart he had resented their freedom, something he would never have as a lieutenant in His Majesty s navy, and he had buried his envy in sneering disdain But while he might feel guilt and remorse for his attitude, there would be no forgiveness for his behavior He certainly deserved none For the first time since he had joined them, Perry regretted that he had no rightful place among the Brethren of the Coast Gabriel Quinn is a former slave Sold into slavery by the English, he escaped to the sea and lives his life openly and wantonly Gabe is master of the Audacious and is fiercely proud of all he has accomplished The instant enmity between him and the new mate on the ship is often querulous but also stimulating He loves to rile the seemingly formal, stoic naval liaison it s almost better than foreplay with the two of them Gabe is involved with many things both on and off land, and wondering just why his particular ship needs a naval liaison is something he is determined to figure out Following Perry when they dock in Port Royal seems like a no brainer until he saves the man from being robbed, or even killed, and the passions so easily ignited between the two finally explodeQuinn felt gratification wash through him at his friend s words We all misjudged him, Kit I thought him surly and cold soothly he is private Shy, sometimes The stony face is a mask he wears, and when he takes it off Quinn drew a breath, recalling his lover s face transformed by laughter, filled with passion, writhen by an exhilarating mix of fear and ecstasy I love a good pirate story and this one didn t disappoint The historical aspects are spot on at least, they seem that way , and learning about the politics of the time, as well as life aboard a privateer, was interesting Radcliffe does an excellent job blending these facts with her romance between these men The political intrigue only enhances her story, it doesn t detract actually, it makes her romance seem rooted in real life and we get transported to 1600s Tortuga Radcliffe did her homework on this one You can tell, and I appreciate that.Now, I did mention the timeline of the story, and I did have issues with how the book was laid out The book is divided into three parts Why There is a fair amount of jumping around in time don t get me wrong, I am all for flashbacks, things that give us insight into a character s motivations and help us make sense of current events but, I need them to tell me something useful I need the kernel, the takeaway, not just be an overview I still had too many unanswered questions that could have been addressed better in those flashback paragraphs Like, Perry s back Why did he get flogged What really was at the core of the animosity with his old captain, Pobjoy Especially if you are going to end the book with the confrontation between the two I needed to understand the root of the relationship better I actually think this would have been a great story told straight through, start at the beginning and take it to its conclusion I would have loved to experienceof the sparks and foreplay between our MCs And yes, I know, that would have made the book longer with the input of all the intrigue in the latter half of the story, but honestly, that wouldn t bother me at all.The things I loved about this story far outweigh the issues I had with the timing This is an interesting historical, at times a suspenseful and intense story Part three especially paces very well and has a colorful and satisfying conclusion Frankly, the kink and the chemistry between these two MCs is off the charts, and I totally enjoyed reading their love story I have found a new author to get my historical fix from YayAnd when you re pleasure flushed, aroused, your eyes dark with it, I want to kiss you and fuck you, over and over until there s naught left of me but what s inside of you Whew Yeah, I recommend it Reviewed by Carrie for The Novel Approach Reviews

  4. says:

    This was a fun read, it reminded me of an Errol Flynn type swash buckler, where the pirate turns out to be a disgraced nobleman, mixed with an opposites attract romance , with submissive undertones.Quinn Irish, poetic, and quite literally the Master AND a pirate Perry, English, puritan, fiesty with a need to be dominated perfect for each other These two clash, and fight and fall in love, but it s no all plain sailingthere capture, rescue a mild misunderstanding and a lot of smacky sex be This was a fun read, it reminded me of an Errol Flynn type swash buckler, where the pirate turns out to be a disgraced nobleman, mixed with an opposites attract romance , with submissive undertones.Quinn Irish, poetic, and quite literally the Master AND a pirate Perry, English, puritan, fiesty with a need to be dominated perfect for each other These two clash, and fight and fall in love, but it s no all plain sailingthere capture, rescue a mild misunderstanding and a lot of smacky sex before the path of true love conquers all And it s a riot.Quinn has the some of the best swears and put downs I ve read in a long while, especially when he s been captured I don t have much of a fancy for your wee pillicock, you three inch whoreson being one of them I did have issues with this, for me what it needed was lashings of UST, but because the book starts with Quinn and Perry getting together and we re told that they bickered and flirted, but not shown it, this didn t work for me Also the number of occurrences where they were described as lovers, or the word lover was used was legion.Overall though, great fun, well written

  5. says:

    I can promise you, if the description sounds like something you ll like, then you will indeed like this And in addition to kinky pirate sex not that that alone is not enough justification for a book , there is an entire boat book with plot someone even had the weather gage at one point, so you know it s a legit boat book.However the way it is written is just odd Maybe the author was concerned that if it weren t front loaded with kinky pirate sex, readers would give up I don t know But I can promise you, if the description sounds like something you ll like, then you will indeed like this And in addition to kinky pirate sex not that that alone is not enough justification for a book , there is an entire boat book with plot someone even had the weather gage at one point, so you know it s a legit boat book.However the way it is written is just odd Maybe the author was concerned that if it weren t front loaded with kinky pirate sex, readers would give up I don t know But instead of SHOWING the build up of the relationship, which apparently they d spent non detailed months working towards, the author just skipped all that at the beginning, jumped right to the sex scene now loose of its emotional moorings yes, that was a boat metaphor , and then tried to put some of the relationship character development in flashbacks later, which of course didn t work This was definitely a book that would have been better served lol by being told linearly, not starting in medias res.I mean, I still enjoyed it, don t get me wrong Both parts the kinky pirate sex and the boats But I would ve liked it four stars worth at least if only I could ve had the emotional connection to the characters that the weird structure denied me

  6. says:

    I am such a big fan of A Summer Pursuit by Jules Radcliffe, and Jake and Ash were my favourite MM couple until now Sorry Jake and Ash, you just got edged out by Perry and Quinn, the awesomely hot pirate couple This book grabbed me from the beginning and didn t stop, I was held captive through the whole journey The story was gripping, and the heat level was hotter than anything I ve read from Jules Radcliffe, and her heat level is always high.I enjoyed the adventure and the pirate setting, but I am such a big fan of A Summer Pursuit by Jules Radcliffe, and Jake and Ash were my favourite MM couple until now Sorry Jake and Ash, you just got edged out by Perry and Quinn, the awesomely hot pirate couple This book grabbed me from the beginning and didn t stop, I was held captive through the whole journey The story was gripping, and the heat level was hotter than anything I ve read from Jules Radcliffe, and her heat level is always high.I enjoyed the adventure and the pirate setting, but it s Perry and Quinn s chemistry that makes this book special It s hot and funny and it s got feels I want MORE

  7. says:

    I love this book This book is so good Perry and Gabe are a fantastic paring and their adventure kept me glued to the book I want

  8. says:

    A ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords Review This review can also be found here.3.75 Stars out of 5Lieutenant Thomas Peregrine finds himself in a rather unusual position He is serving as a naval liaison on the pirate ship, Audacious He keeps to himself but he is unable to control his attraction to Gabriel Quinn, the sailing master of the Defiant But one drunken night reveals one too many secrets and Gabe Thomas find themselves on the way to a deeper connection But when the Defiant finds itself A ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords Review This review can also be found here.3.75 Stars out of 5Lieutenant Thomas Peregrine finds himself in a rather unusual position He is serving as a naval liaison on the pirate ship, Audacious He keeps to himself but he is unable to control his attraction to Gabriel Quinn, the sailing master of the Defiant But one drunken night reveals one too many secrets and Gabe Thomas find themselves on the way to a deeper connection But when the Defiant finds itself in mighty trouble, what will Gabe s fate be and will Thomas be able to survive itI liked this book quite a lot It is an interesting read with well fleshed out characters and a daring plot.This book uses a lot of words which are no longer in popular use and there are lots of phrases in different languages So yeah sometimes I used to get stuck on certain words and phrases because I had no idea what they meant Also this book is based in the West Indies and the book makes ample use of the tumultuous political scenario the countries of the Indies were facing in the late 17th century Since I truly have no idea about the history of the Indies somethings definitely went over my head but I felt like the book definitely makes use of history to consolidate its plot Alas, I have no idea about this history or how accurately it is depicted in this book.What I loved about this book was the plot and our main characters.The plot of the book is quite well written and it was interesting to read about naval warfare For one it is very different than land warfare and has its own appeal I loved the story of this book and its intricacies The plot is simple but very well executed and the book is well paced so you don t lose interest.My favourite part of this book was Gabriel and Thomas I like the personalities of both characters, wherein Thomas is a guy firmly in control and Gabriel is just a happy go lucky kind of guy who can t wait to break Thomas facade But these two together were simply, hot I mean the sex scenes between these two characters are some of the best I have ever read I loved how the author wrote about the domination and submission between these two characters and I appreciated the fluidity of it.Overall this book is a hot and interesting read.Cover Art by Valerie Tibbs I liked the cover, it complements the story

  9. says:

    Sosequel starring the Black Wolf, y y

  10. says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsI love a good pirate story and so I was excited when I saw this new offering from Jules Radcliffe The BDSM elements intrigued me as well, and overall I found this one very enjoyable.Where I think Radcliffe really excels here is in her historical details and sense of place The story takes place in 1664 in the Caribbean, and the author really evokes life in that time There are great details on the various ports the men visit, life aboard a pirate ship, and the poli A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsI love a good pirate story and so I was excited when I saw this new offering from Jules Radcliffe The BDSM elements intrigued me as well, and overall I found this one very enjoyable.Where I think Radcliffe really excels here is in her historical details and sense of place The story takes place in 1664 in the Caribbean, and the author really evokes life in that time There are great details on the various ports the men visit, life aboard a pirate ship, and the politics of the time The political landscape was particularly interesting to me, especially the way that England, Spain, and other European powers maneuvered to gain the upper hand within the islands and the way they interacted with the buccaneers I also found the elements about the role of matelots and the acceptance of men as lovers among the pirates to be really fascinating Unsurprisingly, with long periods at sea, many men turned to one another for sex and comfort But Radcliffe describes aformal process among some men, called matelots, who were deeply committed to one another, and even inherited from one another upon death I found these historical and political elements really interesting and Radcliffe manages to convey a lot of detail without feeling like info dump or overwhelming the story.Read Jay s review in its entirety here

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