Read Beautiful Tempest (Malory-Anderson Family, #12) Online Free - #1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey now reveals the tempestuous story of Jacqueline Malory whose furious desire for revenge leads to a confrontation with the handsome pirate who abducted her—and sparks a much steamier kind of desire.
For the first time, James Malory and his Anderson in-laws agree on something: It’s payback time for the culprit who kidnapped James and Georgina’s beloved daughter Jack from her American debutante party and whisked her away to the Caribbean, no matter that she escaped unscathed. James figured out who masterminded the dastardly plot and is leading a fleet of ships to the West Indies to deliver some Malory-style retribution.
More interested in revenge than in finding a husband during her first London Season, Jack is furious that her father left her behind. Then an intriguing stranger leads her and her older brother Jeremy to her mysterious abductor. But instead of capturing him, the Malory siblings wind up as his “ guests” on a ship sailing away from England. As Jack re-engages in a battle of wills with her all too attentive captor, she realizes he is no ordinary pirate, perhaps no pirate at all, but a nobleman determined to settle a score that dates back to the days when her father was known as Captain Hawk—and what endangers her most is the increasingly passionate attraction they feel for each other.
|Title||:||Beautiful Tempest (Malory-Anderson Family, #12)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
July 14, 2017
FINAL DECISION: I completely satisfying book that I approached with trepidation. I love, love, love the book about Jack's father and I feared that this book wouldn't live up to my expectations. Instead, this book went in a different direction than I expected, but I loved these characters and t...
June 17, 2017
The Malory series is how I discovered Johanna Lindsey. She was one of the first authors I read where the women were as essential to the action as their male counterparts. At the time, there were not many historical romances with heroines who would risk walking into danger and rescuing themselves....
August 12, 2017
This is this authors most boring book she's ever written the h was annoying and I don't get why anyone would want to spend time with her. I've read lots of the Malory series and didn't need a recap of all of them in this book it was to focused on past characters and story lines without really bui...
July 14, 2017
the only thing that would have made this book better is if it was much longer.
Now it follows the familiar pattern of all the james malory books,
but i don't much care because i love this family so much.
if only the same love would have gone in to the cynster books that stephanie laurens just wrote,...
August 12, 2017
August 12, 2017
Not enough romance
I'm giving this 2.5 stars. The first half of the book was spent recapping previous Malory books that there was hardly any time or space to develop the romance between Damon and Jack. There were far too many characters, excessive recounting of past events, and explanations of ac...
July 12, 2017
I felt sad after reading the last line. Well, not sad sad, more like an unfulfilled sadness. Does that even make sense? 😳 I was so looking forward to this book. I was borderline obsessed with July 11th because I couldn't wait to read Jack's story and finally finally catch up with some o...
July 13, 2017
Utterly charming! Only a few issues I blow out of proportion
Jacqueline “Jack” Malory has been obsessed with getting revenge on the man who stole her away from her family two months ago with the objective of luring her father to his death. She can’t believe her luck when he shows up in London and...
August 16, 2017
I really wanted to like this book, but it simply never came together for me. Too much doing the back-story thing - yeah, that's good for new Malory readers but it's still a waste of page space, it's simply filler material. If you want to know what happened prior to a book, start at the beginning...
August 04, 2017
Lindsey tries her hand at a feminist main character, but incorporating old characters from past books subverts her efforts. A lone (enabling) feminist in a sea of toxic masculinity takes a reader out of the story. Without 'spoiling', I can safely say that James Mallory, who I thoroughly enjoy in...