Title: Pirate’s Paradox
Series: Sentinels of Savannah #6
Author’s Name: Lisa Kessler
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 270 Pages
Author or Book Website: www.authorlisakessler.com
Link to Amazon purchase page: Pirate’s Paradox (Sentinels of Savannah): Kessler, Lisa: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Pirate’s Paradox (Sentinels of Savannah, #6) by Lisa Kessler | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Pirate Caleb Graves may be an immortal, but he’s also a navigator and a man of science. And yet he can’t explain the erratic tides threatening Savannah. Nor the terrible dreams of sailing through a vicious, supernatural storm that he keeps having. But when fascinating, petite dynamo Diana Williams marches up to his ship and demands to speak to the captain, Caleb is caught up in a wave of unexpected fear…and an electric frisson of longing for this captivating woman.
Diana wouldn’t be a true psychic if she didn’t listen to her spirit guide. So when dream after dream compels her to visit specific coordinates in the Atlantic, she can’t ignore it. Now, she just needs a ship. Good thing she knows about a particular pirate ship that’s in tip-top shape. Complete with a surly, albeit hot, navigator who doesn’t immediately believe in her visions. But no matter how much Caleb objects, she’ll risk sending the entire crew—including herself—to the uncharted ocean.
But both their dreams could be the key to saving Savannah and may even be a clue about the fabled lost city of Atlantis. Or it could damn them all to an unforgiving, watery grave.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have loved all the books in this series. Each one can be read as a standalone but they are better read in order as a series. Caleb is the navigator for the crew and he has been having strange dreams of the lost city of Atlantis. When a woman shows up wanting to go to a certain set of coordinates in the ocean Caleb is not sure if it is a good idea. It could be the end of them all or the answer to what is going on in Savannah.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars