Forever A Pirate



I’ve gone Indy! As in I independently publish. And my first self-published books continue my passion. To write of pirates.

Forever A Pirate is a thirty book series, all featuring the romance and passions of Jake Reynard, pirate captain and his time traveling witch, Miranda. From the first book, A Caribbean Spell, to the last, The Divine Blossom, this couple experiences more than anyone could be expected to survive. Yet, they do. And thrive!

Every month, a new books will be available on Amazon, and soon, on Apple.

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The Kraken’s Caribbean Series

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Learn more about my piratepunk world with my podcast interview of The Kraken’s Mirror with Desmond Hassbelow.


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Reviews for The Kraken’s Mirror

Night Owl Reviews  4 out of 5 stars.

“If you like pirates, and even better, pirates with access to plumbing and plunder,with a dose of fairytale magic, you will enjoy this alternate world romance.”

‎Yummy Men and Kick AssChicks

“There is a charm to this book that drew me in and brought me along on a fun story filled with adventure, magic and of course, romance.”

‎Bitten By Paranormal Romance

What a delightful, remarkable, and unexpectedly peculiar world Ms. Betita has created in her rendering of the 17th century Caribbean. Yes, you will find pirates, but you will also find out-of-place electrical devices, updated plumbing, among other strange oddities.

The style of writing is refreshing as it blends the plain spoken (unrepentantly crude), modern day Emily with the pirate-ese of the regular crew of characters.

I’m not sure if paranormal romance is the correct sub-genre for this book. It does contain a bit of vampires, zombies and werewolves, but I’m more inclined to label this as a sci-fi/fantasy romance. I don’t care what you label it – I label it fantastic!


Reviews for The Chameleon Goggles

The Romance Studio

“This isn’t just Science Fiction or just pirates, this really is a mixture of those with Steampunk as well as Action and Adventure. Did I mention there is also romance involved?”



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