Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller is a fantasy fiction. Sixteen year old captain Alosa, is set on a journey by her father to retrieve an ancient and very hidden map. Alosa’s plan to get the map is to hand herself over to the enemies as the perfect opportunity to search their ship. Alosa has one thing standing in her way, not the ship full of crewmates, but the first man Riden. One thing she didn’t expect on this journey was a clever and appealing captor who she has complicated chemistry with. After all, nothing can get in the way of the Pirate King’s daughter, or can it? Starting this book, I wasn’t expecting much, but as I started reading, it was so entertaining. There was always something going on and Alosa is such a strong and likeable character. The constant banter between Riden and also was great. Overall, Levenseller made another amazing book that is definitely a 5/5.
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