Donna’s Review: Lord of the Privateers by Stephanie Laurens

Posted January 5, 2017 by Felicia S in 2017 Read, Donna's Reviews, Reviews / 3 Comments

Donna’s Review: Lord of the Privateers by Stephanie LaurensFormat: Audiobook

Lord of the Privateers by Stephanie Laurens

Date Read: December 27th 2016


Revel in the action, drama, intrigue and passion as the Frobishers— with help from Wolverstone, the Cynsters and many familiar others— steer the adventure to a glorious end.

Unstoppable determination

Widely known as the lord of the privateers, Royd Frobisher expects to execute the final stage of the rescue mission his brothers have begun. What he does not expect is to be pressured into taking Isobel Carmichael—his childhood sweetheart, former handfasted bride and current business partner—with him. A force of nature, Isobel has a mission of her own: to find and bring a young cousin safely home. And along the way, she hopes to rid herself of the dreams of a life with Royd that still haunt her.
Unfinished business
Neither expects the shock that awaits them as they set sail, much less the new horizons that open before them as they embark on a full-scale rescue-assault on the compound deep in the jungle. Yet despite the support of his brothers and their ladies, Royd and Isobel discover that freeing the captives is only half the battle. To identify and convict the conspirators behind the illicit enterprise—and save England from political disaster—they must return to the ballrooms of the haut ton and hunt the villains on their home ground.

Unforgettable love

But having found each other again, having glimpsed the heaven that could yet be theirs, how much are Royd and Isobel willing to risk in the name of duty?

#1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens delivers the thrilling conclusion to her acclaimed series THE ADVENTURERS QUARTET, a passionate Regency-era drama where intrigue and danger play out on the high seas and in exotic tropical jungles, ultimately reaching a dazzling climax in the glittering ballrooms of London.

More Information:
Publisher: Mira
Series: The Adventurers Quartet #4

Source: Purchased

Wow! What a great ending to a wonderful series. I couldn’t put this book down. While it can be read on its own, I think you will enjoy it more if you’ve read the previous 3 in this series. I say that because each book delves further into the mystery that the Frobisher brothers are investigating.

This book is primarily Royd, the eldest Frobisher son, and Isobel Carmichael’s story. They have been in love since he was 11 and she 8. An occurrence that happened about 8 years before this story caused a rift between them. (no spoilers from me) The Frobisher family are privateers who also do some work, quietly, for the government. The Carmichael family builds and improves ships.

Royd has been asked to go to Freetown to finish the investigation into the missing men, women and children. Isobel insists Royd takes her along as her cousin, Katherine, is one of the missing. Before leaving, they receive news from Caleb, his youngest brother. He has sent his ship back with information they will need to rescue the captives, find and prosecute the backers.

Of course Declan and his wide Edwina, Robert and his fiancée Aileen, and 2 other Frobisher ships are meeting him in Freetown. After taking care of the situation in Freetown they return to London to discover and prosecute the backers of the mine.

I truly enjoyed all 4 of these books, especially this one. I have tried to entice you to read this without ruining all that’s going on. I appreciate that the author has a Cast of Characters in the front of the book if you need it, as it’s hard to remember all of the minor characters from the earlier books.


FTC Disclosure


Felicia S
Follow Me

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

3 responses to “Donna’s Review: Lord of the Privateers by Stephanie Laurens

  1. Alrighty then, it looks like I need to get back to reading this author. I used to love reading her and don’t know why I stopped. But I am going to go see if my library has book one!!! Great review hun.

  2. Hi Donna! It’s Kimberly from bookclub, I just go by Berls in the blogging world 🙂

    I’ve never read this author actually – but this series sounds like a good one to start with. And I love that the character list is at the front of the book. I don’t tend to have trouble keeping my characters straight during the read, but when I go to write a review, they all just disappear from my head. So that would be really helpful! Great review!