Summary The Pirate Captains Daughter Mandrake Company #55 epub BY Ruby Lionsdrake

review The Pirate Captains Daughter Mandrake Company #55

Firefighter and mercenary Marat Azarov thinks he’s being noble when he rescues a beautiful slave woman from certain torture Alas she turns out to be than she appears and does n. While I usually have no problems with Ruby Lionsdrake s AKA Lindsay Buroker writing this story left me feeling very uncomfortable While I really liked Azarov and his blundering do good ness and I had to admire Ying and her determinationnot all was wellWhile Ying decries loudly and repeatedly that she doesn t need nor want help she really does want it and as is made painfully obvious later needs it desperately Of course Well Azarov needs a reason to get involved I could overlook that I mean really why would a woman be able to accomplish anything on her own sarcasm Excuses for the bitterness please except for one major issue In her plan to seek revenge she s setting herself up to be raped She admits it She admits that she probably won t have the chance to kill the guy before he rapes her Repeatedly perhaps Likely in fact With some torture thrown in for good measure too if I m reading him right Including the possibility of a sedative What fun And she still doesn t try for another plan She goes along blithely as though rape isn t really a big deal As though because she s aware of this it s not really rapeview spoilerAnd how about the fact that a few hours maybe after she was in a severe fight and beat up pretty badly with a guy intent on raping her she s initiating sex with another guy I can t say it wouldn t happen what with the way people respond to different things but I ve read this sort of stuff before and I ve never bought it To me if someone is nearly raped the last thing they re going to want is sex hide spoiler

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The Pirate Captains Daughter Mandrake Company #55

Ot appreciate his interference In an attempt to redeem himself and perhaps win her regard he concocts a plot that even his grenade flinging colleague Striker deems unwise Soon he. This was an engaging uick short story However I think this is the one story out of everything I ve read by the author under both pen names that I wasn t too wild about There were a couple of things that I just couldn t get otherwise there were some aspects that I was used to reading and enjoying so it messed with how I felt regarding the book as a wholeIt was good to see that Ankari finally got her cook The hero being a character from a previous book and one newly introduced was a surprise for the most part I found Marat endearing and sweet He has a real white knight syndrome going on and it was interesting to show it working against Striker s jerkiness Some of the lines had me wondering if there is going on in that little brain of his than has previously been shown thoughI wasn t too wild about Ying s only strength being as a chemist or poisoner for her father If she was an assassin wouldn t she have a better knowledge of how to get things done I didn t like how she had these grandiose plans to avenge her father that turned out to be half baked and pretty lame I mean there was that one point where she was trussed up and pretty much helpless I wasn t too keen on her accepting that she had to put up with the possibility of being sexually torturedraped It was pretty brazen to plot to be sold as a slave for that purpose I would think that if you were going to plan to have to deal with that part that you would do a lot preparation I would also think that a sane person would try to figure something else out but I guess it might ve been of a salacious and sensationalistic sort of plot for a story I don t want to say anything bad about the author I have loved her books for years and years and nothing pleases everyone all of the time so there is bound to be something that bothers someone and this bothered meAlso the death knell for me was the shower scene Using a washcloth there really Did anyone else not cringe at thatSo this is the story that I like least out of everything I ve read by the author and it pains me to have to say that because I admire the others a lot

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’s blowing up androids being shot at by pirates and earning the wrath of his own boss and he’s not even sure if the woman likes him Some days it doesn’t pay to be a mercena. Short ish side story featuring one of the newer members of Mandrake Company Also another POC heroine yay More explanation about the colonization of this part of space which is interesting speculation on how humans might actually cooperate to get off of Earth and what would happen once we found inhabitable planets Seems logical that the US would have to cooperate with another world power to make space travel a viable option and Russia and China are the logical partners at this point in human history Marat the hero seems to have a strong Russian background whereas Ying our heroine is half Chinese from a colony that isolated itself and kept many of the old Earth customs and the language


10 thoughts on “The Pirate Captains Daughter Mandrake Company #55

  1. says:

    Meh This was short and boring The male hero was vastly uninteresting and the female was supposed to be a kick ass revenge seeking Asian chickShe came across as vastly stupid and incompetent Her plan for revenge was so incredibly badly thought out And just one thing Being a chemist who can mix poisons might be nice as a sideline bu

  2. says:

    While I usually have no problems with Ruby Lionsdrake's AKA Lindsay Buroker writing this story left me feeling very uncomfortable While I reall

  3. says:

    175 stars rounded to 2 This was a little boring but definitely not as bad as book five of this series It's so strange that I'd find a story about a mercenary and pirate captain's daughter dull but it is what it is However I must say that I foun

  4. says:

    I had a lot of fun reading this opposites attract romance The hero is a beta hero which I love and the heroine is a kick ass pirate who does not need to be rescued at all And then they both learn about trust It is sweet romance with lots actio

  5. says:

    I've been enjoying this series but found this one to be weaker than the others I've read so far Marat is book smart and world stupid Despite his education and military experience he keeps finding himself in unexpected and uestionable

  6. says:

    This was an engaging uick short story However I think this is the one story out of everything I’ve read by the author under both pen names that I wasn’t too wild about There were a couple of things that I just couldn’t get otherwise there were some aspects that I was used to reading and enjoying so it messed with how I felt regarding the book as a wholeIt was good to see that Ankari finally got her cook

  7. says:

    Yikes this one was tough for me Our first scene is in a slave auction and I never got past that particularly since the hero is appa

  8. says:

    Short ish side story featuring one of the newer members of Mandrake Company Also another POC heroine yay More explanation about the colonization of this part of space which is interesting speculation on how humans might act

  9. says:

    For a short storynovella this was a pretty decent length More than I was expecting in factI thought that this was a really good way to explain the background of a secondary very secondary character Marat Azarov appeared in the previous book bu

  10. says:

    Be careful what you wish forThe heading was meant to warn folks of pitfalls of hubris Not everything can be bad