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A vacation in the Bahamas goes awry and a woman from 2009 unexpectedly finds herself in 1718 amidst pirates Sabrina is so consumed with her present day problems that the last thing she expects is to suddenly end up face to face with real pirates The notorious bad boys of the Golden Age of Piracy Edward England Howel Davis and B. I won this through a first reads giveaway so thank you goodreads and Rima Jean for the opportunityThis story is about Sabrina a woman from the year 2011 who finds herself floating in the ocean at the beginning of the book only to be rescued by pirates in the year 1718 After her rescue she sails around with various pirates with the hope of ultimately returning to her own time The premise certainly had potential but the story itself never became intriguing and our protagonist Sabrina is downright unlikeable throughoutThe book gives a first person account of Sabrina s experiences as she sails around doing stuff pirate stuff But her inner dialog of the events going on around her is dull trite and often comes across as whiny The first one hundred pages or so amount to little than a spoiled obnoxious girl prattling on about her first world problems while those around her suffer from issues that seem a bit unfortunate than her culture shock Sure that guy over there might have malaria but poor Sabrina doesn t have the tweezers necessary to pluck her eyebrowsSabrina has a daughter that she neglects by going on a booze cruise the cause of her getting thrown to the 18th century so she s a bad mother She has a loving husband with a and I uote kick ass smile but she still bangs a pirate that she likes so she s a bad wife too And despite some efforts here and there to make herself useful she s entirely selfish so I feel like she s just a bad person in general There are some slight efforts of redemption on the last couple pages but for the most part she s as contemptible on the last page as she is on the first highlighting her utter lack of development as a characterOn a whole the story feels very jilted It regularly switches to something completely different with nary a transition Sabrina conveniently has a book that tells her how her pirate friends will ultimately end up though why she has the book is a bizarre mystery so she s always talking about trying to change their fates but never really does anything useful about it you know aside from complaining In fact nothing much of interest ever happens And it s not so much that the characters aren t constantly on the move but the writing is and I hate to say this boring and uninspired As a result the story feels stagnant and unfortunately never reaches its potential

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O what she previously thought they are sailors servants and slaves who were pressed into service victims of social and historical circumstances of the era When Sabrina finds herself falling in love with Howel Davis a sailor who becomes a pirate out of desperation she begins to wonder Can she use her knowledge to change the past. The Noble Pirates by Rima JeanThis book is not only riveting but it is full of swanky ass pirates and sexual tension I wasn t very keen in the beginning as it was too atypical of the time travel but I soon found myself glued to Sabrina s hot mess like a bee to honey I stopped as the sexual tension between two main characters was high and just couldn t bring myself to continue to read I was feeling the frustration myself If I had stuck it out for a few pages I would have kept reading instead of messing around on the internet As such by the last 13rd of the book rolled around I was in the book knee deep The fact that the author did enough research to be able to not only incorporate at least five different languages but also the cultures of the times as well It s interesting to see that a previous sailor turned pirate is able to be cunning enough to assume the roles of high class Englishmen It s a brilliant strategy that I applauded through the entire bookAs such I gave this a five star simply because it was that well done and thought out Not many people will actually sit down and look at it from a writer s point of view which is why I am doing so but they will look only at the surface of what it Instead an analysis of the plot structure the flow and the characterization is crucial In which case Ms Jean did a fantastic job I was really impressed with the uses of the languages and cultures so very little authors take that into account really only doing the top of the icebergThe Noble Pirates An In Depth Look SpoilersI think that the only beef I had with the book was that the situation at the end of the book with the bermuda triangle as the portal was a bit cliched but actually the twist of the cliche itself was refreshing Considering that someone else has used it as well as Sabrina returning to the year 2022 instead of 2011Besides that little bump which was of a pretty hill the book was excellent in the execution The plot was not rushed nor were the relationships I do admire that the characters changed slowly over the time as well not rapidly in order to fit the plot Instead Ms Jean worked the plot around the characters developing KudosSabrina went from a woman that was unable to do anything afraid of heights and sea sickness to a woman that could fend for herself in battle hold her own to pirates and witness death over and over again the change was gradual but it was no less amazing I love the fact that it took over half the book for her and Howel to FINALLY admit that they cared and take a tumble in the haysack Seriously that was my frustration was the damned sexual tensionAs for setting I loved that it went from the Bermuda all the way over to Africa and up and down the coasts of both It was wonderful to experience the different cultures languages and everything else Not only was Ms Jean thorough with the cultures but how they spoke what they wore Even how the slaves and commoners acted It is easily seen how well thought out and planned it was If not then I am thoroughly amazed by the skill that Ms Jean was able to make it seem that a lot of effort was put into itMs Jean my one thing One thing that I have to say is that the ending HOW COULD YOU Oh my lord on high you HAD to leave it off there WHY What happened Is she going to search for where he was how he lived If it wasn t for the fact that my roommate was sleeping I would have screamed in frustration at that ending

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Lack Bart Roberts become Sabrina's means of survival in the past and ultimately her key to returning to the futureThe catch Sabrina happens to be carrying a book about pirates when she is swept into the past and that book contains biographies of the very men she meets She forms relationships with them and learns that contrary t. Received from author for review for free and all opinions are my own expressed through my reading of this bookThis book had me hooked from the first page Sabrina was enjoying her holiday in Bahamas in 2009 until she found herself suddenly transported into the 18th century She ends up face to face with pirates She meets the bad boys of piracy Edward England Howel Davis and Black Bart Roberts These men become her only hope of survival and the key to her returning back to the present dayThis is a well written time travel romancehistorical fiction novel It really catapults the reader into the 18th century to be in the Golden age of Piracy The characters are extremely well developed and I found it really easy to slip into this world and follow Sabrina s journey I love Historical fiction and did a little bit of research and the main pirate characters do exist and R L Jean has done a great job bringing these historical figures to life I couldn t find anything to fault with this novel and I hope there is going to be a seuel and the author has left us with a cliff hangerI would recommend to readers looking for a good historicalromance novel This review was first published on

  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • The Noble Pirates
  • Rima Jean
  • English
  • 10 August 2019
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About the Author: Rima Jean

I write magical researched and sometimes dark historical fantasies I love mixing magic with history and a bit of romanceI will read pretty much anything Generally though I'd rather be writing ; I also make digital art including book covers You can see my work here



10 thoughts on “The Noble Pirates

  1. says:

    I won this through a first reads giveaway so thank you goodreads and Rima Jean for the opportunityThis story is about Sabrina a woman from the year 2011 who finds herself floating in the ocean at the beginning of the book only to be rescued by pirates in the year 1718 After her rescue she sails around with various pirates with the hope of ultimately returning to her own time The premise certainly had potential but the story itself never b

  2. says:

    This was good A very uick read even at over 350 pages It could have been better and what I thought was the author's strength at the beginning turned into a weakness near the middle The author put so much pirate historical information in the book that eventually I was tired of it and wanted story The actual characters were slightly underdeveloped and the author relied on the historical information about that particular p

  3. says:

    This review can also be found on my blog A Match Made in HeavenI loved this book So much than I expected It was primarily a pirate adventure Sabrina's love for Howel is strong It crosses time and space and all that but you really can't survive in the 18th century Caribbean unless you take the threats to your life seriously Malnut

  4. says:

    Received from author for review for free and all opinions are my own expressed through my reading of this bookThis book had me hooked from the first page Sabrina was enjoying her holiday in Bahamas in 2009 until she found herself suddenly transported into the 18th century She ends up face to face with pirates She meets the bad boys of piracy Edward England Howel Davis and “Black Bart” Roberts These men become her only hope of survival

  5. says:

    LOVED THIS ONE Click the link to read my full review

  6. says:

    Just as Sabrina Grainger falls off a party boat into the Caribbean in 2009 so the reader is dropped right into the action of The Noble Pirates and R L Jean aka Fiction Chick makes the reader and her protagonist fend for themselves Much easier

  7. says:

    A trip to the Bahamas with friends takes an unexpected turn for Sabrina when she finds herself suddenly transported back in time to 1718 in the Golden Age of Pirates and it's pirates many of them featured in the history book on the subject she happens to be carrying in her backpack whom she'll have to rely on for survival in this strange and bloody world Intriguing idea but I didn't care much for the romance an

  8. says:

    The Noble Pirates by Rima JeanThis book is not only riveting but it is full of swanky ass pirates and sexual tension I wasn't very keen in th

  9. says:

    Sabrina Granger is fished from the ocean and hauled onto a pirate ship bewildered to find herself in 1718 her iPod waterlogged and her Blackberry useless She needs to find a way home to 2009 but in the meantime must survive the harsh

  10. says:

    35 5 starsFull review at now and then I scroll through my Kindle and take a look at all the titles that I've downloaded when they have been available for free When I opened this one I admit that I chuckled at the premise of time travel but continued reading because I was interested in how the author would depict

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