The seas will
not be safe...
for anyone.

The price for vengeance must always be paid… No matter what.

The thrilling sequel to The Syren's Mutiny, Caelum and the crew must begrudgingly team up with the syrens to save Brigid from the clutches of their former queen.

But will Brigid be able to hold on long enough for them to reach her?

With some unexpected help along the way... The Captain will have his revenge. No matter what it costs him.

The Captain’s Revenge is the thrilling conclusion to the slow-burn new adult fantasy romance duology, pulling you beneath the waves and into a Celtic mythology inspired world of do-good pirates, cunning syrens, and action-packed adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Book cover for The Captain's Revenge by Jessica S. Taylor, showing a pirate ship in an ocean that is slowly being filled with blood in the water.

Return to the world of Caladhan

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What Readers Are Saying


The Captain’s Revenge was a thrilling sequel to The Syren’s Mutiny and I want to applaud the author, first of all, for taking such care and for delving into a lot of emotional times during both the books, and especially in this one.


This book was the perfect ending of Caelum and Brigid's story.

Goodreads Reviewer

Caelum & Brigid definitely will be a couple you will never forget. This book definitely gave me all the feels... This was an amazing duet and will definitely miss these characters.

Veronica L.
Goodreads Reviewer

Other things to know:

  • Descriptive violence (throughout)
  • Descriptive torture (chapters 2, 5, 8, 11, 15, 18, 21, 23)
  • Moderate blood/gore (chapters 2, 5, 8, 11, 15, 18, 21 ,23, 24, 25, 26, 40, 49, 50)
  • Explicit death/murder (chapters 21, 49, 50)
  • Explicit dismemberment (chapter 50)
  • Brief and non-explicit references to child kidnapping and deaths (chapters 3, 8)
  • Mentions of past domestic violence (chapter 6)
  • Moderate sexual content (chapter 42)
  • Depictions of anxiety, depression, and PTSD (throughout)
  • Imprisonment (chapters 43, 46, 48)
  • Grumpy/sunshine
  • Touch them and die
  • Injury care
  • Found family
  • Revenge missions
  • Rescue missions
  • Jailbreak
  • "I killed him with my thighs"
  • Damsel not in distress (okay, maybe a little distress)

Slightly, but it's still not smut or even spice. There's one full out sex scene and it's not closed door, and there's other steamy moments.

ABSOLUTELY. A HEA is a requirement for the book to be considered romance, and I definitely abide by that.

The duology gets wrapped up nicely (I think), while still leaving me space to come back in the future if I ever plan to.

View the Complete Series

The Ocean's Mercy (#0.5)

The Syren's Mutiny (#1)

The Captain's Revenge (#2)