📚Set In The 1700s, Rosie’s #Bookreview of #HistoricalRomance The Pirate Duchess by Rue Allyn.

The Pirate Duchess by Rue Allyn

The Pirate Duchess by Rue Allyn

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


The Pirate Duchess is set in the late 1700s and is an historical romance.


Esmeralda Crobbin, also known as Irish Red, is an infamous privateer who sails in the Caribbean seas. It’s here that she first meets British Naval Officer Brandon Gilroy, but they part ways during a skirmish. We next meet the duo in Britain during a storm; Gilroy is still working for the Navy while Esme is searching for details about her parentage. Their encounter is short but they meet for a third time in Scotland.


There is a lot going on in this story and apart from the opening scene much of the interesting action happens ‘off-screen’. I thought that the story tried to fit in too much at the expense of giving the reader time to really enjoy the two main characters. It’s not a bad story, but I didn’t love it as much as I hoped.

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THEY MEET DURING A BRAWL

Esmeralda Crobbin first encounters Brandon Gilroy during a brawl. Once their opponents are vanquished, she admires the man’s skill with his fists, his intelligence, and a number of other attributes until she learns that he is a British Naval Officer. He would be eager to see her hang, if he knew she was the American privateer, Irish Red.

AmazonUK | AmazonUS (Expected publication 22nd March 2023)

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