Perfect Storm

At the age of eighteen, Miranda Stephanos was sent to Caleb Marsh, to live on his island under his protection. Her father, a noted sorcerer, sent Miranda to Caleb to protect her from his enemies. Also inhabiting the island is the ghostly Captain Jack Anders. Caleb, interested in his ‘guest’ and unwilling to lose his island he will do whatever it takes to protect both. Caleb wants Miranda but does not want to want her. Her father is his enemy and he does not want to be ensnared even more tightly via Miranda.

Jacqueline Barbary’s Perfect Storm is a magical tale encompasses legends, pacts made and love everlasting. It's a fun adventure that you should take

Book Blurb for Perfect Storm

Genre: Fantasy Paranormal Menage
Length: Novella

Surrounded and imprisoned by the wild Atlantic sea...

Miranda Stephanos has a magical library, the sultry ghost of a shipwrecked pirate, and a dark and dangerous jailer to keep her company, but none of her "companions" can hide the fact that she's not free. It isn't until a storm sweeps across her island prison that her desire for freedom is fiercely augmented by her passion for her warden, Caleb Marsh, and the sexy tutelage of a swashbuckling spirit who hasn't quite abandoned his plundering ways.

Caleb Marsh won't give up his island home or the woman he aches to possess without a fight.

The most powerful sorcerer on the east coast needed a safe place to hide his daughter from his enemies. He left her with Caleb Marsh, who didn't exactly qualify as a friend but had reasons to keep Miranda safe. Unfortunately for Caleb, three years of magical servitude has only made him desire the woman he should hate.

A sorceress, her keeper, and an irresistible ghostly pirate discover a tempest of taste and touch and torment, a Perfect Storm of repressed desire set free.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/m/f).


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2010 4.00