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Publisher's Summary

Tonya Maitland learned early that life could either be an adventure or a tragedy. She left the tragic part of her life behind a long time ago and is now focusing on the adventure! Her attempt to be one of the best investigative reporters of all time is taking a bit longer than she had planned, but all of that changes when she travels to the small, sleepy town of Yachats, Oregon.

Ashure Waves, King of the Pirates, is also the Keeper of Lost Souls. Despite all the souls within him, the emptiness he feels is suffocating. The "gift" that was passed down to him feels more like a curse. When a drunken wish upon a magic mirror shows him what his heart truly desires, he is both torn and determined to find the woman revealed in the mirror - even if it means leaving the realm of the Seven Kingdoms.

Tonya's keen eyes discern far more about Ashure than he intended, and he fears the consequences could be dire. When the Pirate King gets close to this street smart, strong willed investigative reporter, hilarity ensues! But will Ashure be able to protect Tonya from becoming another lost soul, or will he have to abandon what his heart truly desires in order to save her from himself?

Contains mature themes.

©2020 S. E. Smith (P)2020 Tantor

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The Best for Last!

My favorite character, LOVE him, I loved the story .My only problem was that I wish the love scenes lasted longer. Overall good story.

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HUGE THANK YOU

This by far is my FAVORITE book out of the series. I was so happy to finely get to read about the pirate king and his adventures to find the love of his life. I don't think I have ever giggled so much. I honestly can not wait for what comes next and will be checking often. Thank you! P.s. Love ALL the books so far.

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I absolutely love Asher ❤️

this story was funny and romantic and had plenty of action through out and I was sad it ended but it ended well and I plan to read it again!

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sweet installment

This book is best enjoyed if you’ve read the series. I think it would feel like there’s too much missing as a stand alone book.
The Publisher’s Summary sorta gives a partial synopsis but it isn’t exactly a comedy as implied. There’s a bit of suspense with a dangerous lost soul but we get the bonus of some of Ashure’s background history.
Brenin, as always, does a really good job of narration.

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Good Read

Read this after the book about Nali, Liked this book better. Did not care for A W, but like him much more after reading this book

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  • 09-13-20

I loved it

This is by far my favourite in the series so far.
I love the characters, the story keeps you on your toes and Asher is just so lovable for a pirate
S.E.Smith does a wonderful job at writing these stories , and David Brenin does a lovely job at putting the accents to the characters. Thank you both for bringing such wonderful stories alive

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  • jamoz23
  • 08-01-20

Lovely to listen to this series.

Lovely to listen to this series.
Very enjoyable to be able to listen to this wonderful tale whilst doing other things. Narrator did well with all the different characters voices. Cannot say everyone sounded like I imagined but hey, I can overlook that detail.
Didn’t hate Tonya as much in audible as I did reading.
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Slow in the beginning but loved the last half.
Like Magda’s story, we spend a fair amount of time in the human realm instead of the Seven Kingdoms.
This is only the second book by this author where I have not liked the heroine.
No matter how much I have waited and wanted to read Ashure’s story, the first 50% seemed to go at a much slower pace than previous books.
I am probably the only one who felt unhappy when I found out Tonya was Ashure’s mate.
This is due to her attitude and demeanour from previous books. Her gung-ho reporter, get the story at all costs, even by lying behaviour from earlier books put me off her.
I really struggled with the first half of this book, I kept putting it down due to my feelings about Tonya. I just wasn’t happy when she kept encouraging Deputy Dan, in front of Ashure. I especially disliked when she goes from kissing Ashure, to getting ready for a date with Dan.
Even though Tonya is likeable enough by the end of the story, I felt no great love, passion or connection with these two. Again, this may be my antipathy towards Tonya.
The second half though, proved to be interesting and faster paced and became quite entertaining.
I don’t feel like I learnt much more about Ashure than I already knew, except for how close he is to Nali. They seem to be better friends than I thought.
I enjoyed how everything played out with all the characters and how Ashure and Tonya help Ramon and his family was sweet.
I loved the ending with Magna, Gabe and Kane attending the wedding and that everyone is starting to realise how much they owe Magna.
This is rounding off nicely to the final book.
Bought through Smashwords.