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    Different but good.

    This is not a Royal States or body count novel. It is much darker and a bit confusing in places. The true nature of Catalina’s sexual preferences took a while to unravel, in my point of view. Chapter 22, towards the end has a rather serious glitch but it could be the fault of the final ebook production. These reasons are why I am giving it 4 stars. Those who expect it to be like a previous rj blain story are going to be disappointed because Ms. Blain enters uncharted territory here. There is violence and romance but most of it is implied. No step by step descriptions. This is one of the reasons that I enjoy Ms. Blain’s stories because she allows the reader to use their imagination. The concept of a cursed immortality and what that means is done well. The debunking of piracy as a glamorous lifestyle is also well done. Different times for different people. Modern people look at the past through rose colored glasses. They would probably be horrified by the reality. This was a more adult, serious story than the author’s other main series. I enjoyed the ride and recommend it. I am glad I bought it. Well done, Ms. Blain.
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    Pirates, curses, sharks = amazong read

    Catalina de la Corona is a strong woman who nonetheless knows when to bend and when to stand firm or how to slip under the radar of mortals. The only things she wants after surviving three centuries are loyal friends and some peace. When she finds herself crossed, all bets are off. As a character, she is very empowering, a woman who knows how to take care of herself even if the grief made her softer and as such more vulnerable. The superb plotline, brutal and probable pirates - 5⭐ and chapeau bas!
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    The House Lost At Sea

    Started out a little slow, but by the middle YAHOO. I sure did not want it to end, can't wait for the next book
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    A great new series

    I can’t wait until the next book in this series is released. It is fun, with a different type of heroine. It has all of RJ Blain’s snark and comedy with an excellent plot and interesting characters.

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