After the Grendel launches a surprise attack on the longship Vidofnir, Captain Stigander, dispossessed Thane of Raenshold, takes his crew to winter at the hall of his childhood friend to repair their ship and bury their dead. But if Einarr wants to marry the lovely princess Runa in his situation, he’s got a lot to prove to the Jarl. . . .
The novel follows the adventures of a pirate crew under Captain Abigail Sanders, a woman of considerable skill, ability and ferocity. The tale picks up when her vessel, the Raging Gale, seizes a captive, a young woman named Hope Harvey on her way to the New World, who goes from hostage to ship’s musician as the brigands plunder the sea . . .
When Captain Cait Molyneux goes to pick up her next commission, she rescues a boy that may have been kidnapped, discovers a bizarre map that may be a hoax, and may be heading towards the payoff that could save her career. She just has to make it past tropical storms, sea monsters, pirates, family, and a shortage of tea first . . . . . .
Sep 16, 2009: Boat Story follows the adventures of Cait, Captain of The Rose. There are only 9 parts up, and, while off to a slow start, there are already several developing plot lines which seem interesting, amongst which: an evil killer pirate hunting for a map, a mysterious boy whom Cait rescues, and of course the tangled relationships between the crew of The Rose.
The world is a rather interesting one, with a mixture of human and animal races. Although much is left [more . . .]
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