The Pirate of Fathoms Deep by Megan Derr ARC Review

Wednesday, July 13th 2016

Brace yourself lovelies.

This upcoming novel review contains strong male thrusting, swoon worthy sexual details as well as romantic near death experiences with regaining lost love. That’s right this novel is not for the faint of heart or for those who are not accepting of LGBTQIA romances. If any of these items offend you then I suggest you cover your eyes, because we are going to be penetrating this story fast.
Let’s get it, lets go!

The Review

“I will teach you exactly what it means when we say that the only way to stop an Arseni is to bury us fathoms deep.”

That’s right this novel is not holding back at all. The Pirate of Fathoms Deep continues one year and half from where the previous novel ended. It also breaks back my favorite character Commander Lesto. I am so happy to have Commander Lesto back into my life with his witty comments and sarcastic charm. Lesto is physically strong with a tender heart for those he cares deeply for. Being the Commander of such a fierce army does not truly allow Lesto to have all his desires fulfilled.  It seems that only the High King Sarrica is not afraid to punch Lesto’s buttons until Pirate Shemal literally punched Lesto’s button, right in the eye. When you’re the toughest guy in all the court it’s very appealing to have someone not afraid to challenge you, thus the romances between Commander Lesto & Pirate Shemal began, or at least it would have begun . . .

I really enjoyed this novel much more than the previous novel the series. I felt that it’s still important to read the The High King’s Golden Tongue before you read The Pirate of Fathoms Deep because it allows you to get to know the characters relationship in addition to their past history, there for you understand why certain actions affect different characters in such away. The most important feature about this novel is the family bromances between Rene, Sarrica, Lesto and of course Allen. I feel that if I didn’t take the time to understand Allen & Sarrica romantic story I won’t have had the chances to truly enjoy Lesto & Shemal novella. Lesto is my favorite character of the series. I know he’s not interested in me, but I’m sure am interested in all the things he’s been thinking about doing to Shemal since being punched in the face.
Brace yourself lovelies they go hard.
[insert maniacal laughter here]
The reason, at least for me, on why this novel is a lot better than it’s previous book of the series is that I did not feel a change in the paste of the novel. I felt that it held a constant flow without any slump or extension within the plot twist or pulls. There are moments in the novel that you honestly wish there where an extension for, especially in the physical romantic scenes. It’s also nice to see diversity amongst the cast of characters. The way Megan Derr created Shemal to instantly find a friend with Allen really created a bridge between the two books beautifully. Just simple amazing.
Megan Derr has created a wonderful cast of characters who showcase developmental growth through love; fear; family;trust; and love again. Many of Megan Derr’s loyal fans say she always writes a happy ending for her characters, well I’m extremely happy she wrote one of my favorite character Lesto!

This is a great romances story that has a lot of humor, with equal amount of action for those who aren’t interested in just sold romance. I am recommending this book to all those who enjoy fantasy, LGBTQIA romance, suspense, adventure, and of course PIRATES!The Pirate of Fathoms Deep is the sequel to the enchanting husky tale of  The High King’s Golden Tongue both by the talented writings of Megan Derr, available July 13th 2016.
I’m a new Megan Derr fan ya’ll!
Thanks to Less Than Three Press & Netgallery for allowing Lia’s Bookish Obsession the opportunity to read this romantic pirate base LBTQIA novel.
Please make sure you pick up your copy today!

Happy Reading!


About Megan Derr

Megan is a long time resident of m/m fiction, and keeps herself busy reading, writing, and publishing it. She is often accused of fluff and nonsense. When she’s not involved in writing, she likes to cook, harass her cats, or watch movies (especially all things James Bond). She loves to hear from readers, and can be found all around the internet.

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