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Ambitious and handsome Joshua Andrews has always valued his life too much to take unnecessary risks Then he lays eyes on the elegant picture of perfection that is Peter Kenyon Soon to be promoted to captain Peter Kenyon is the darling of the Bermuda garrison With a string of successes behind him and a suitable bride lined up to share his future Peter seems completely out of reach to Joshua But when the two men are thrown together to serve during a long voyage under a sadistic commander with a mutinous crew they discover unexpected friendship As the tension on board their vessel heats up the closeness they feel for one another intensifies and both officers find themselves unable to rein in their passion Let yourself be transported back to a time when love between two men in the British Navy was punishable by death and to a story about love about honor but most of all about a Captain's Surrender


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    This is at that stage roughly 60% like 25 than 3 Possible spoilers aheadProsThis was edited above average it had sizable stretches which showed a very engaging prose and the entrance scene certainly was a truly well written whopper ConsApart from very short passages I never felt truly immersed in the correct time Huge truly enormous main cause of this was the treatment of the female protagonist Emily She was a modern woman transposed into the 18th century effectively grumbling and whinging away at facts which for a middleclass woman of that time would have been entirely normal and not at all noteworthy Breeches and hopping around in the rigging? Certainly not that either Alone with a male suitor? Even though the 18th century was less uptight than the 19th I think not at that age and stage in life In short Emily was a feminist manifesto screeching consistently at me I dislike them already in modern fiction but in a historical? Heh NoSecond contenders for distraction from immersion certainly are the two men Either life in the Royal Navy was as hazardous to the health of the average gay man as Josh made it out to be then Peter would logically have to have been at least rather like him Or it wasn't then Josh comes over as a bit unhinged Given that but 15 years or so later indeed a boy of barely 17 serving in the Navy was publicly hanged I'd say Peter ought to have been far conscious of matters and shows an uncharacteristic for the time and place unconcern Something which really keeps bugging me in gay historicals penetrative anal intercourse was a real rarity prior to roughly 1910 when the percentage of PIA among gay men was lower than 10% So when in historical romance after historical romance couples have oil at the ready and bugger each other as if it were nothing to them then my suspension of disbelief evaporates and I begin to wonder whether I mayhaps am actually reading mf in disguise It's heteronormative women who see penetration as real sexThe saying is less is often however if you leave it almost all out that's really not so nice I missed quite a few scenes which would have helped show bonding between the two men scenes of import eg Peter's flogging the keelhauling action was often left either too early or told instead of shown Unlike other reviewers I discerned but minimal UST and found nothing a turn on by the way On the whole there was too much pulling me out of this story and too little drawing me into it I never got a connection with any of the characters and suspect this has to be one of those Marmite books one either likes or dislikes