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  • Rated 4.5 Stars

    Dark Shores is my first book by this author and it won't be my last as I have every intention of devouring her backlist and the rest of this series. I loved this book. The world building is superb, rich and intriguing, I so can't wait to explore more of it. The characters are wonderfully flawed. The heroine is fierce but stumbles her way through a lot of it while the hero is an anti-hero with heroic tendencies. I loved his vulnerability and look forward to watching them both develop over the course of this series. I was originally drawn to this book because of the mention of pirates but there's so much more to it than that, there's politics, intrigue, betrayal, Gods, magic, a Roman like empire, romance (yes a romance which I'm so looking forward to watching grow under a less than conducive environment) and so much more. I highly recommend this book.

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  • Romantic and Exciting

    I've been looking forward to this book ever since it was first announced. I love books with exploration and high seas adventure and gods, and this book delivered all of these and then some! The world is interesting and complex, with different cultures clashing and causing problems for our heroes, Marcus and Teriana. They are both great characters and have excellent (if sometimes volatile) chemistry. Both are stubborn in their beliefs, yet the more time they spend with one another, the more they question what they believe and why they believe it. This also leads to a slow burn romance, which Jensen does very, very well. I know I'll be constantly rooting for them in future books. I also look forward to learning more of Marcus' men, and all of the side characters and villains. I am going to say right now that Servius is bae and needs to stay safe and alive. While the characters are the major draw, the action is also frequent and exciting. I really loved the high seas adventures, with one godly battle literally causing my eyes to widen. I desperately want to know more about these deities and their powers. Most of the book focuses on the humans and the complex relationships with these characters, but I just love the way these gods are being set up. DARK SHORES is a romantic, exciting, fun read that is perfect for the summer and for readers who want to begin a new adventure with a feisty privateer and a stubborn soldier.

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