St. Andrew's Bay Chronicles

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St. Andrew's Bay Chronicles

St Andrew s Bay Chronicles After the disappearance of his beloved at sea Captain Andrew Callaghan found solace at St Andrew s Bay Years later a series of attacks to his merchant vessels have him turn into a feared pirate with

  • Title: St. Andrew's Bay Chronicles
  • Author: Lila Leigh Hunter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: ebook
  • After the disappearance of his beloved at sea, Captain Andrew Callaghan found solace at St Andrew s Bay Years later, a series of attacks to his merchant vessels have him turn into a feared pirate with an assumed death wish.Washing ashore with no memories of his whereabouts for the last five years, Franco Rodr guez y Rivera knew he had to follow the mythical sextant now iAfter the disappearance of his beloved at sea, Captain Andrew Callaghan found solace at St Andrew s Bay Years later, a series of attacks to his merchant vessels have him turn into a feared pirate with an assumed death wish.Washing ashore with no memories of his whereabouts for the last five years, Franco Rodr guez y Rivera knew he had to follow the mythical sextant now in his possession to retrace his forgotten journey.Together, the men will take sail in hopes to find the truth behind Franco s affliction A battle against time, and the West Indies Squadron will show them that a life of adventure awaits beyond their bay All stories in this series run parallel Therefore, each one can be read as a stand alone novella This story was written as a part of the M M Romance Group s Love is an Open Road event Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story Photo Description A vintage portrait of a pirate at a beach with the water in the background The pirate seems to be in his early thirties, with long hair held back, and a muscular physique With one hand he s holding his pistol which is in his chest baldric, and in the other hand he s holding a bloody cutlass.This story may contain sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers It may contain content that is disagreeable or distressing to some readers The M M Romance Group strongly recommends that each reader review the General Information section before each story for story tags as well as for content warnings.

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    1. Samantha on said:

      There are a few things I love: a good adventure and when stories weave in some sort of legend/myth. This story had both of those. I found it immensely enjoyable and just an all around easy read. I may be biased, as I beta'd this, but still. Thank you, Lila!

    2. Kristan on said:

      “Let me make sure I understand, you brought the sextant to the triangle, wrecked in Bermuda, got captured by cursed pirates, became their slave for six years, escaped with a stolen object, and returned to Puerto Rico just to do it all over again?” Andrew asked.“I did not remember doing it the first time. Therefore, it was a completely new adventure.”Add in a merman, a crackdown on pirates, another character pining for your man, and you've got the first story in the St. Andrew's Bay Chron [...]

    3. Optimist ♰King's Wench♰ & MANTIES Champion on said:

      I tried. I really did, but I just can't get into it. The language is too stilted.I can't invest in either character.I made it to Chapter 4 and I'm pretty sure I know what happened during the 6 yr absence.There's something about sweet pirates that I find unnerving. I blame BeyBey for this.Thanks to the author and her team for participating in the LOR event.

    4. K on said:

      AU historical short story Franco and Andrew are childhood friends who around the age of 17 become livers. Andrew and his family return to Boston, leaving Franco in Puerto Rico to take a place on board a ship. At the age off 22 Andrew returns to take up his position in the family firm and to take up his relationship with Franco again. But Franco has gone missing. Roll on 6 years and Andrew is now turned pirate though hiding under the guise of a merchant sailor whe Franco, who has not aged a day, [...]

    5. Pamela Su on said:

      Adventure, mysterious realms, long lost love. An interesting tale but doesn't quite win me over.

    6. Jeanne 'Divinae' on said:

      This was a good story. It has mystery, love, action, and a happy ending with potential(and it looks like there will be) continuation for our guys, Franco “Frank” and Andrew. There love is epic and everlasting.We start with them being close of age, eighteen. They love one another and Franco is the one with the visions of adventures for him and Andrew. Andrew is glad to follow, but alas, life happens. Andrew has to leave and head back home after the summer, promising to come back to Franco(as [...]

    7. Gabbo Parra on said:

      I think this is a cool story and absolutely based on the prompter's request.It's a shame we only get a sort of description of the MCs after half of the book, and it was a bit confusing since at the end, Andrew (the Irish descendant) has black hair and Franco (from Puerto Rico but at the time they were either Spaniards or "half-blood" mestizos) has dark blond hair. I'm all for contrast, and I know that there are people with black hair in Ireland, but that's not the first image your brain is going [...]

    8. Sandra on said:

      Offered for FREE from the M/M Romance Group's Love Is An Open Road event. Thank you too all the amazing authors who participated!

    9. Kevin on said:

      This was a confusing and uninteresting story for me. It involves two lovers, one of whom has mysteriously disappeared for several years (it's hard to figure out how long). The setting is Puerto Rico at the start of the 1800s and aboard one or more sailing ships. I honestly did not care what happened to anyone.

    10. Finnegan on said:

      A bit like Pirates of the West Indies, with lots of action and adventure, and, of course, pirates. Also a tender love story with Franco and Andrew and then more plot and piratey shenanigans. It was fun.

    11. Ana on said:

      I really loved it. I'd found the main characters adorable, the way they talk and care for each other so much. I enjoy also the way it was written, i think the choice of words was so good.

    12. Victoria on said:

      I really enjoyed this story. Nice interpretation of the photo and the story letter. Thank you Lila Leigh Hunter for donating your story, your time and your talent.

    13. Minerva on said:

      Pirates! I was so excited. The ending seemed a little rushed after all the waiting. But she left us with the promise of Mermen! Oh yeah baby.

    14. Seiran on said:

      Not for me, had a really hard time getting into this story. Really confusing, and found myself skipping a lot of it.

    15. Sarah on said:

      DNF. It read as if the author's first language wasn't english. Plus all the. Bars gets were confusing and I was somewhat lost as to what was going on. Too much work.

    16. Ada on said:

      This was sitting on my kobo for a very long time. Part of that was because in the beginning it ended on a cliffhanger and I wanted to read the whole story in one sitting.I started but stopped like ten minutes in. Few reasons:- Calling someone your own age 'Kid' annoys the bloody hell out of me. Just a personal thing.- I Got Bored. *runs away**came back a bit calmer* I don't really know why! But when Franco was talking I Nop.- I hate it when perfectly good names get westernised. Franco became Fra [...]

    17. Furio on said:

      This work could have hit every fictional bull's eye available to an M/M author as its premises had it all: interesting characters plunged in a world choke-full of wild adventures; fantasy/alternate reality elements to smooth all inconvenient historical details; a wild imagination in creating settings and side characters. Everything was there. Is there.Unfortunately the author is not experienced/skilled enough and the disappointment is so much bigger because of the wasted potential.The book is fa [...]

    18. Judy Stone on said:

      Excellent. Exciting start of a new series and eager to discover what's next. And then, there're a few guys who absolutely need their HEA.

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