Review: Pirate’s Woman by Paige Tyler

Pirate’s Woman by Paige Tyler
Release Date: June 17, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 112
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher



 To honor the debt her family owes Slayter Cardona, beautiful Teyla Dunai agrees to let him sell her as a sex slave in the markets of Arkhon. Determined to bring as much value as she can on the auction block, but inexperienced where men are concerned, she asks the handsome pirate if he’ll teach her how to pleasure a man. Intrigued, and more than a little attracted to the lavender-eyed beauty, Slayter agrees. As he initiates her into the world of bondage, spanking and out-of-this-galaxy sex, though, both Teyla and Slayter find themselves falling for each other.

But Slayter has a responsibility to his crew, and Teyla knows it is her duty to pay off her family’s debt. With the deal already agreed upon, there doesn’t seem to be any way for their story to have a happy ending. Until Teyla is kidnapped…and they reach the slave auction house…and Slayter has to find a way to reclaim his own “sex slave.”


Review:  Pirate’s Woman has a pretty good story line. I can honestly say that it was kind of hard to stay interested in it.

I can say that I don’t like the way the Planet that Teyla has come from which is named Kallon. The way that all females really don’t have much worth and the males use them as bargaining tools. They really don’t have any military so everyone is learnt how to shoot. I also don’t like the way Teyla’s dad treats her.

I like when she goes with Slayter. Even though she is to be sold as a sex slave, I was hoping she would have a better life. The sex in Pirate’s Woman is really good and has some bondage.

I love the auction block scene the best. It’s where it shows more in depth emotion in the book. It has some exciting and funny moments. If the rest of the book had been written like the end I would have really enjoyed it. Usually when a book has the sex scenes in it like this one, I can stay with the storyline pretty good. But I was left feeling lacking.

So I can say that there are some good parts in Pirate’s Woman but not enough to keep me wanting more.

One thought on “Review: Pirate’s Woman by Paige Tyler

  1. Maria D. says:

    Good review – this one doesn’t sound like something I would enjoy but who knows…maybe in the right mood…lol

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