Hello friends! Today I’ve got my review of Love the Sea, by G. Bailey.
Love the Sea is the second book in the Saved by Pirates trilogy.
Trigger / Content Warning: Physical Abuse, Emotional Abuse, Sex
Cassandra’s life has never been simple because of her mark, but for a second she believed she had everything, she had her pirates. When she is kidnapped and ripped away from everything she loves, she has no choice but to fight to survive. Cassandra is taken to the King, and secrets she never could have expected come out.
When the King does something impossible and pain is all that is left, will her pirates be able to save her?
Will the Sea God, who whispers promises, be able to help her?
**Reverse harem and 18+**
From GoodReads [x]:
“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.
I can’t lie to you here.. I certainly found Love the Sea interesting. I mean, I couldn’t have stopped reading if I had wanted to. I needed to find out what happened.
And there’s quite a bit that went on in Love the Sea.
There was a lot of progress in Love the Sea in general—-but also between Cassandra and her guys. I loved reading the progress in that happened.
I love that in the previous novel, Escape the Sea, that Cassandra had the room and the confidence to become herself. And within Love the sea, Cassandra became a badass, and actually walked backwards off of a freaking cliff. And I absolutely adored that the Sea God protected Cassandra for the freaking year that Cassandra had been gone for.
I love the god work. Meaning, I felt like that there was quite a bit of planning that went behind the Sea God character. Unlike the previous novel, Escape the Sea, the Sea God within this novel had a physical presence even if he wasn’t truly in-front of Cassandra.
The Games were absolutely horrendous and it made complete sense that the King was behind it.
To be quite honest with you, I’m kinda sad that there was more death in Love the Sea. There were deaths that felt like they should have, but shouldn’t have happened. Although I felt that Cassandra’s father did not deserve the forgiveness that was given to him.
However, after all is said and done, I looooooved the ending to Love the Sea. What a way to end a book! I’m quite looking forward to reading the final novel, Save the Sea.
I give Love the Sea, 3 stars.
Have you read the Saved by Pirates series? What did you think?
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