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Captain Shea Lara is the leader of The Veiled Duchess, the most feared pirate ship in all of Nereid. And now, after completing her former mentor's final score, she's retiring. 

Everything she's known seems to be coming to an end. Until a night in her favorite tavern, when a mysterious stranger drags her back into the fold with an offer for a score, she can't refuse. All she has to do is kidnap the crowned princess of the northern Queendom, Joana of Arethusa. The prize is just within reach. But sparks fly as the two women collide. And a veiled threat that could upturn Shea's entire world storms on the horizon. 

Join the crew of Captain Shea Lara as they battle their way through dangerous court intrigue, rebellion against slavery, an unlikely romance, and ultimately face villains whose masks conceal them 'til the very end. Something's brewing on the horizon and the Veiled Threat is just the beginning.

©2019 Sophia Menesini (P)2020 Sophia Menesini

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  • Lord Nightshade
  • 07-03-21

it started out okay, but then...

the storybstarted out alright. The author's prose is probably the most irritating thing about the entire book, it's all written in present tense. I enjoyed the romance between the two characters but maaaaaan after about chapter 35ish I completely lost interest in any of their plotlines and just wanted it to be over. I can see where the author wanted to leave openings for the sequel, but we really didn't need that kind of exposition.

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  • Stephanie Culpepper
  • 16-11-20

I do love a good pirate book

This is a good book and start to the series. I love both MC's and how they fell for each other and all that stood in their way.