Review of “Pirate’s Woman”


I’ve been a huge fan of Paige Tyler since the days of MySpace so as soon as I saw that I could do a

review of her book, “Pirate’s Woman” for Night Owl Reviews, I jumped at it and dared anyone to steal it from me. To say I wasn’t disappointed would be putting it mildly. Paige uses the line “stories so hot they’ll make your cheeks blush” to describe her stories. Well, I didn’t blush, from embarrassment anyways, but my temperature sure spiked. Paige is a wonderful erotica writer and in “Pirate’s Woman“, she uses a perfect balance of erotica, romance, kink, action, and sci-fi to create an amazing read.

It was like an addiction and I literally had to hide my phone from myself so I wouldn’t read when I was supposed to be working on revisions. It only took me two days to finish her story because I finally gave up the fight and finished. I do belive this is one novel I’ll be adding to my collection and re-reading often.

When I saw the word PIRATES, I assumed Jack Sparrow out on the water. Imagine my surprise when I found Slayter was a space pirate! Ruthless, sexy, but with a kind heart and morals, Slayter was the perfect hero of “Pirate’s Woman”. His talent in the bedroom matched his impressive captain skills. Teyla was the perfect daughter, willing to  be sold on the auction block like an animal, just to clear her father’s debt with Slayter. Worried about her inexperience in the bedroom, she asks Slayter to teach her some things so she might fetch a higher price. Neither of them expect the sex to be out of this world and impossible to get enough of.

Readers be warned. If you read this, don’t do it out in the heat. A very cool air conditioner, cold shower, or ice pack might be required to keep you from suffering a heat stroke.

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Read an excerpt on Paige’s website, here




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    Paige Tyler says:

    Hey Sara!

    Thank you so much for the great review! I’m so glad you enjoyed PIRATE’S WOMAN. I’m in love with Slayter, too. Don’t tell my other heroes, though. They might get jealous! LOL!


    1. Sara Trimble – 7289-7983 State Highway 15, Oakland, TN 38060, USA – Since I was little, I’ve always been a people person. I started out early with providing entertainment in the form of short stories. By the time I was in high school, I’d won multiple writing contests and was working for the school newspaper and yearbook. Right out of high school, I started working on novels. I currently have three novels self-published on multiple distribution sites, as well as two novellas. I’ve worked as a magazine columnist doing interviews with authors who have been featured on best selling lists. I’ve also worked for multiple review companies, as well as featured multiple authors on my blog. I now work as a general freelance writer, covering a wide genre of topics, based on my client’s requests. I do blog posts, articles, academic articles, how-to articles, lists, personal essays, fiction, and research. In addition to writing, I also have experience with social media marketing. I’ve spent the last three years helping various business owners promote their businesses. I’ve been involved in helping them set up websites, social media sites, blogs, business cards, logos, tag lines, and advertising in local newspapers and locations. I’ve also helped owners determine sales prices, how to deal with disgruntled or unsatisfied customers, how to determine and meet customers needs, how to analyze sales patterns, and offered suggestions for how to run promotions to increase sales.
      Sara says:

      He’s hard not to love. I’m sure everyone else would understand. 🙂

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