- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 527 KB
- Print Length: 172 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Marie Hall Publishing (23 April 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CIAD6UQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 24 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,050 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hook's Pan (Kingdom Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Captain James Hook is a tortured soul. granted, a sex on legs tortured soul, but still. he lost the love of his life to the Pan-child, the day before their wedding, a hundred Kingdom years ago (1 day here=1 month there!) he spends his days drinking, whoring and terrorising Peter Pan and Tinkerbell.
Trishelle does not do love, no sir, and spend her time hopping from bed to bed, just for the sex. when our beloved fairy godmother Danika dumps her, quite literally, at Hook's feet, with tales of a mermaid's soul within her, Trisha is not best pleased. Even her friend, Betty, tells her this is how it should be, and she should know, she just landed Gerard!
I enjoyed this more than Her Mad Hatter, and this is the fifth in the Kingdom series. I have not read books 2, 3 or 4, however, Jinni, Wolf and Gerard as well as their mates, and Hatter and Alice all pop up in this one, and I don't feel I've missed out on anything, except how the other 3 came to be together.
I love how Hall mixes up the traditional tale, adds and takes away, totally changing our perception and the very nature of these characters! Tink turns out to be a sadist, Smee is not the snivelling little man he is portrayed as, Peter is not a child, but a man trapped in a child's body and Hook, well, swoon! like I said, sex on legs! I don't normally rant about book boyfriends, but I'd quite happily rant all day about Hook!
I love all the little digs and references to various Peter Pan films, and folk lore, it makes these books all the more interesting, to see what Hall will do, what she will reference, and how she flips it all around! I will go back and read the other three I missed, as well as the continuation into the other books in this series.
Trishelle has always struggled on the anniversary of her sister's death, not that she'll ever let the world know that. With her best friend, Betty, now doing a bit of a disappearing act with her new husband, Gerard, Trishelle feels as lonely as ever. Though when Betty and Gerard try to warn her that she is about to be whisked off to Kingdom to meet the infamous Captain James Hook, she doesn't believe them. Until she ends up in Hook's cabin dressed as Peter Pan that is...Trishelle is instantly attracted to Hook, though much to her surprise he doesn't take advantage of that fact, instead he acts much more like a gentleman than she expected. Even so, three days to fall in love, Trishelle doubts it.
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I think that Hook is by far one of the best villains...and maybe I am just saying that because of how much I liked what they did with him in Once Upon a Time, but even so! There's always been the mystery of his past and not quite really knowing why he actually hates Peter Pan (who I've never really seen as the perfect little boy, there's just something annoying about him).
So basically I loved what Marie Hall did with the character. She could have made him a 'classic' pirate but instead she made him into a gentleman, and he was really sweet with Trishelle, which made him very likable as a character. Actually to some extent in Hook's Pan I didn't really get the idea that he was a villain at all, more just a pirate who has a (somewhat valid) vendetta against a boy (or as Hook himself described Peter Pan, a man in a boy's body).Read more ›
This book is fantastic and I couldn't put it down. Hook is just delicious and you can't help but adore Danika, the matchmaking fairy godmother (Who I hope has more matchmaking to do.. nudge nudge wink wink!) with a heart of gold; as for Pan.. Well, read to see for yourself.
I'm keeping everything crossed that this won't be the last of the series, however I have enjoyed them immensely and look forward to reading Marie Hall's other works.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Between this story and Once Upon a Time, I am definately more in love with Hook and quite Anti-Pan
Maries character have depth and personality that you find yourself... Read more
Just love Marie hall's books such a good writer love the way she gives each character a history - can't wait for the next book!Published on 7 July 2014 by great game :)
Really enjoy the Kingdom Series. Such a wonderful re-imagining of these characters.Published on 29 Jun. 2014 by Emsc
I enjoyed this book, and just loved the whole series, very sexy but good story line too, very believable. Can highly recommend as value for money.Published on 24 April 2014 by Amazon Customer
I liked it. but I am a fan of alternative versions of fairy tales, particularly hook stories. worth a read.Published on 10 April 2014 by Samantha Bennett
I loved every second of this book. I'm in love with hook and find myself disliking Peter pan.....the mermaids were great I read this book in a matter of hours, could not put it... Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2014 by Kate
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