Nicole Blanchard & K Webster-The Rogue Captain

The Rogue Captain is book 6 in the Lost Planet series by K and Nicole. And I think our little lost planet isn’t quite as lost as it used to be. It’s definitely not as empty as it used to be. I mean, first we had the morts in the Facility and the women they found on the ship, and now we have the women from the prison too. It’s a huge population growth. The planet will be completely repopulated any second now. As long as they can completely beat the Rades.

And speaking of the Rades, let’s get into our story. The humans in the prison have been dealing with the Rades. Theron has been tasked to go back to the facility to get their doctor so that he can work with the woman who is treating the humans. Willow is going to with him, because she’s come all this way and she’s bound and determined that she’s going to see her mom, even if she can’t get up close and personal because of the Rades right now. But, to do that, she’s going to have to spend days on a tiny ship alone with Theron. She doesn’t want to have anything to do with him, and he can’t keep his eye off her ample tracts of land. Finally, she decides that they should just become fuck buddies until they get the doc, and then it’s all over. Which suits Theron right down to the ground. Except he knows that she’s his mate, and he’s pretty sure that he’ll be able to convince her of that. He just wants to be able to be with her.

Theron is funny AF. He also is pretty sure that he’s the best thing ever. The best mort, the best looking, the best pilot, the best lover, the best everything. Just ask him. He’ll be more than happy to tell you. Although, I am not entirely sure how he knows that he’s the best lover, because, well he hasn’t cashed his V card in yet. Maybe he’s just read the manual so many times that he’s sure he’ll be great. Who knows. I do like him though. I haven’t met a pilot who wasn’t a cocky son-of-a-bitch, and I would think that would have to go double for a pilot that can go into space, so I think Theron is just being who he should be. But for all that cockiness, he really is just a sweet guy who wants to love and be loved.

Willow is an incredibly fierce woman. I can’t imagine all that she must’ve had to go through after being left as a young child. I mean, she touches on some of it, and then you can guess a lot of what happened when she got to the prison. But she never talks about what she did to get to where she was. It couldn’t have been easy, and I think that whatever she did to break the law and end up in prison had to have been hard for her to do, because that’s not really her, I think. With as fierce and strong as she is, and as willing to do everything as she is, she has a very good core. She wouldn’t be her mother’s daughter if she didn’t. I’ll bet that some of the stuff she ended up having to do was really hard for her to do.

I’m looking forward to seeing what happens in the next book, because it’s going to be a good one, I think. I’ve got my fingers crossed for our guys.

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I want to know what the baddies are going to do.

OK. That’s all I have to say about this one. Go check them all out! Happy reading!

 

Addison Cain-Strangeways

So, Addison is back with a sorta new novella. This is one that showed up in another anthology last year or maybe the year before. But it has been extended and tweaked up a bit, and well, the tentacle dick is always worth a reread. I have a lot of things to say about Strangeways, so buckle yourself in and see what I have to say, shall we?

Over the generations, male birth numbers have gone done, and what males are born are generally dead by 40. It’s considered the duty of every guy out there to get out and spread his seed far and wide, and women are supposed to be all happy and shit, yeah, whatever dude. Emily has worked really hard over the years to not end up as one of the women who is going to be left as a single mom. She has a brother who is nearing 40 who is married and has kids and who Emily is trying to help support. Pretty much everything she makes that doesn’t go to feed or house her goes to her brother and his family.

She is a waitress at a nice restaurant, and one day, Phi shows up. As she leaves, he’s there, and she ends up taking him home, and fucks him silly, even though he’s an alien. And it’s pretty awesome, because he has the magical cock that does all kinds of cool things. It changes shape, it moves around, and there are yummy tentacles at the base. No knots, but tentacles that tickle all the good places has to be great. Anyway, Phi pays lots of attention to Emily, and all things are good.

This story, when I first read it, seemed very un-Addison like. It’s pretty sweet, has a very nice happy ending, and all sorts of good things happen.

But…

Then I reread it. If you want to read my new opinion, you will have to read under the picture, because that’s where they are all going to be.

I really do like this story and I do like it from both of the POVs I have on it, and which one I have can change from day to day, so that will give me a lot of rereading fun.

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So, here’s how I’ve changed my mind. If you look at the story, there’s a pretty deep level of dark going on, I think. I mean, Phi and his species are all doing this mind control thing, and the majority of the women that they are mating have been basically brainwashed into it. Plus, the aliens have used their powers to make the whole world feel very well disposed to them instead of afraid, like they might otherwise have been.

That makes me wonder if the guys are actually in love with the women that they are mating or if they have just picked a woman who they like and then brainwashed her into liking him so he can fuck her. And the women, of course, think that they are all head over heels, because of this whole urge thing, but do they ever develop real feelings about the aliens they have mated too?

And Emily, being who she is, does she decide that she’s going to just love him because it’s easier than fighting against him, does she actually catch the feelz, or is it a whole Stockholm kind of thing?

Like I said, I reread it and my perspective changed on it. I’ll have to go back and reread the original and see if I can pick up those things in the first one or if it is just in the extended version.

OK, that’s all I have to say about this one. Go check it out at your favorite bookseller. Happy reading!

K Webster & Nicole Blanchard-The Lonely Orphan

So, Nicole and K are taking us back into space so that we can visit the morts again and see what they’ve been up to in The Lonely Orphan.

If you remember in the last book, we discovered that there were human women in a prison on another part of the planet. Not only were there human women, there were human women who were related to some of our ladies. So, off go a couple of morts to rescue sisters and daughters. But of course, it’s never that easy and there are going to be more problems than Hadrian planned.

So, here’s how this story goes. We have Hadrian, who is the youngest of the morts, raised by Breccan to be a leader, and who is madly in love with Aria, who is mated to Breccan. And Hadrian had been able to almost deal with that, right up until two morts mated with one woman. Now he’s having a hard time with it. He figures that Aria can choose to have him as a mate too. So, he’s willing to do anything that she wants, including going to rescue her sister Lyric and bringing her back to their facility.

Lyric has done everything she can to get to her sister, including taking over a prison, and getting rid of the guards, or at least putting them in the deepest, darkest hole in the prison she can find, and then pulling the hole closed over them. Now that she has a base on this planet, she’s going to do what she can to find Aria. So, when communication is opened up and two aliens tell her and the other women in the command center that they are going to kidnap the women, she knows that she’s not going to go easy. She wants her sister, and no weird looking alien is going to stop her from getting to her.

Hadrian calls Lyric a feral woman, and she really is. She’s a fierce leader, she’s determined, she’s not going to take no for an answer, and she’s going to do what she needs to do, no matter what. Hadrian really didn’t know what he got himself into when he started talking to her. He thought it was going to be a walk in the park and he was so cocky. Whoopsie. She really proved to him that maybe he shouldn’t oughta underestimate human women. I mean, Aria is no pushover, but I really think that Lyric is much stronger and fiercer than her sister is, and a better leader.

Hadrian really matures during this book. He started out really cocky, but as the events in the book went on, he really came into his own. He really stood up and learned something and proved something. I think he should really be proud of himself for what he did. I also think that Breccan should really be proud of him.

I really like this world, and I’m looking forward to seeing what is going to happen next.

 

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There is one thing that was mentioned early in the book. When the guys contact the ladies, one of them says something about oh look, more monsters. So, I wanna know what’s going on there. Plus, there’s a missing woman and child, sooo…

OK, that’s all for today! If you love a good scifi romance, this is worth it. Happy reading!

Lili Zander & Lee Savino-Draekon Warrior

So, Draekon Warrior is set in Lee and Lili’s Draekon world, but it isn’t a prison planet story. We’ve mated off all those women, and now we’ve moved to the rebellion part of the story. It turns out that another ship left Earth with another 10 women. And this is going to be their series.

Alice was one of those women. Instead of going to the fabulous alien planet she was supposed to go with her 9 friends, she ended up as a prisoner of evil Zorahn scientists. The women had been broken into pairs and spread through the universe. Alice ended up with Tanya, being tortured daily for 7 months. Alice kept fighting and fighting, even though fighting means that she gets beat and hurt even worse. Tonya, meanwhile, has pretty much completely shut down altogether, and is just going through the motions and listening to what the scientists tell her to do. It doesn’t save her from being tortured, but it does keep her from getting beat as much as Alice does. One day, the routine changes. Alice and Tonya are sold, drugged, and dragged away.

The rebellion has heard about these human women who have been stolen away, and they are determined to rescue all ten of the women. They have a secret weapon. Well, make that 5 secret weapons. They are Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth. They are 5 of the first 6 original Draekon. Not just, you know, early generations, but numbers 2-6 of the original creation. They were born and bred to be warriors. They are big, smart, vicious, cold-blooded killers. They have also been kept in stasis for a thousand years. The stasis tubes were found by archeologists and the rebels claimed them. So Rahit’vi and the rest of the powers that be in the rebellion decide to wake up our guys so that they can go find the women. So, each of the guys goes off to find a pair of women.

Second is sent after Alice and Tonya. But Second has a secret that no one else knows. He named himself. Kadir ab Usora, Warrior born from the Light. None of the 6 were given names, and if anyone found out that he had named himself, he would’ve been severely punished. He has never told anyone his name, not even his brothers. At least, no one until he meets Alice when he rescuing her, and she punches him in the jaw, breaking her wrist. But Kadir was impressed.

I really like the story here. I mean we’re getting a lot of adventure in this one. We’re also learning new things about the Draekon. I mean, we thought we knew all about them, but these guys are changing all the rules. For one thing, they aren’t mating in pairs. For another, they don’t have to wait to mate to be able to switch to dragon form.

One thing I really like about Alice is that she always sees Kadir. She never sees him as Second. He is always Kadir and she sees the truth of him. Everyone tries to tell her that he’s a crazy, crazed killer and he’s on the edge and very possibly suicidal. But none of them have really spent more than just about 2 seconds with Second, which means they haven’t taken the chance to know him. And the rebels forced our guys to go out and search for humans by injecting them with a long acting poison. Which, you know, kinda makes them no better than a lot of the other people who have been around. That means a whole lot to Kadir. There’s never been anyone who has done that for him.

Kadir really is a good guy. He’s got a really good heart and is incredibly honorable. He feels a lot of responsibility. I really like him a lot.

 

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First interests me, but not necessarily in a good way.

OK, that’s all I have to say today. Go check out all the books and enjoy them all. Happy reading!

Maddie Taylor-Bound By Fate

I love Maddie’s Primarian Mates books. I think the whole premise of the series is great. And I’m really looking forward to this spinoff series, Terra Nova Colony, and Bound By Fate is a great way to start it.

After I read the last book, I thought that maybe the human man Beck and the Primarian female Adria were going to be the couple getting together. Or at least, I hoped really, really hard, because I  love when an alien abduction series like this turns around and has the alien woman finding her love with the human man. I like it especially when it’s someone like Adria. The series is all about human women bearing babies for their Primarian mates. As sexy as the stories are, sometimes it kinda turns the whole thing into women and their magical uterii. Which doesn’t happen in Maddie’s series, but I’ve seen it happen elsewhere. So, when you get someone like Adria who has known she’s infertile pretty much her entire life because of the Rain of Fire, and who has accepted that she’ll never mate and have children, but then, she finds love.

So, Adria is General Trask’s sister. She’s been spending the last 8 years training to be a physic. She’s finishing up on Terra Nova, and is within weeks of finishing. Then, she meets Beck. Well, to be fair, she knew who Beck was already because he was Lana’s friend. Lana, of course, being Trask’s mate who left, and spent several months on Terra Nova, but that’s a whole different book. Anyway, on the morning in question, she runs into him at the bakery, and he suggests that she get a Cinnabon, because it’s all about the icing. One thing leads to another, and they end up going to the only bar on Terra Nova and drinking beer, playing darts, and shooting pool. Beck gives Adria the screaming thigh sweats, and she really wants to lose her virginity to him.

Beck, who is supervising the building of colony on Terra Nova, just as quickly as possible so that they can save as many people of Earth as possible, is wildly attracted to Adria, but he’s soured on love. He had a bad marriage, he’s BTDT and gotten the tshirt, and isn’t willing to get a matching one. But, then there’s Adria. And there’s also the fact that her older brother is the head of the Primarian fleet, her one cousin is the Princip of Primaria, basically their king, and her other cousin is the #1 warrior of Primaria, the man so good that *everyone* calls him Master. So, he’s kinda worried that if something happens to her, namely him taking Adria’s virginity, they will all come in and smash him to bits, after tearing his favorite limb off his body. So, for all those reasons, he is going to work really hard at keeping her in the friend zone, not the friends with benefits zone, but Adria is a determined female.

All this is going on while there are mysterious happenings on the colony. Fires, accidents, mine collapses, and the mysterious death of 3 people who were found dessicated and whithered up.

Adria is a strong character, with some very strong opinions about things, including what she sees her job as, no matter what. She’s also got no problem with telling anyone what she thinks, and rather loudly, if necessary. She’s determined, loyal, and really very caring, I think. I really like her a lot.

Beck has already shown that he’s a good man who is willing to be a good friend to a person in need. After all, he was Lana’s friend when she really needed one. He didn’t try to get it on with her, he was just there to be her friend and help her when she needed it. He’s very responsible, and willing to take the blame, if necessary. I think he will be good for Terra Nova.

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Does it make me evil to be happy with who we see die first in the book? I got a little bit of happy from it.

I can’t wait to see who the next book is about. I really hope it’s Amy.

OK, that’s all for today. Go check out all the Primarian stories! Happy reading!

 

Grace Goodwin-Viken Command

Back into space we go with Grace and her Interstellar Bride Program with Viken Command. Today, instead of going to a Battlegroup, we are going to the planet Viken, where good things come in threes.

The planet Viken is separated off into 3 sectors, and after the triplet kings, who were each brought up in a different sector, got together with their mate, the trend has been for each mating to involve a male from each sector to one female. And it’s this world which Whitney has been matched to, and is looking forward to going to.

We meet Whitney right as her bride testing has finished up. She gets a little salty with Warden Egara because she really wanted to have an orgasm and she didn’t get it. I’d be salty too, you know? Whitney also askes Egara a lot of questions, which she answers. I’m glad Whitney did ask, because I’ve been curious about some of those questions. Anyway, Whitney volunteered for the IBP because her family pulled a huge Ponzi scheme. She wasn’t involved in it and she worked really hard to avoid all the drama, but that doesn’t mean she wasn’t painted with the same brush. She got dragged in by the cops and questioned, and no one really trusted her anymore. So, she’s going to get the fuck off Earth, and she’s not into fighting, so being a bride and meeting her perfect match sounds like the way to go to her. So, off to Warden Egara and the testing center she goes, has one super hot dream, and then gets sent to Viken.

Alarr, her matched mate, and his partners Oran and Teig, are currently on Viken. Not just on Viken, but at a fancy resort where newly mated people go, working as guards. It sounds like it would be perfect, and it kind of is, but that’s not their real job. Their real job is working for Intelligence for the Coalition fleet. Someone is stealing and selling Coalition weapons, and it’s been tracked to this resort. So, the guys go, because they are Viken. But then, Alarr gets matched and his bride is on his way. When he tries to tell Helion, his commander, Helion tells him that he has to stay at the job, no matter what, and having a new mate coming in will just be even better cover. Yeah.

I’m going to just say how much I hate Helion. I’ve never really liked him at all, and the more we see him, the less I like him. I just want Prime Niall to pound him into the ground with a huge ass hammer. I wonder if Grace would do that for me. I would be so thrilled.

Anyway, I felt sorry for Whitney. She wanted to have someone to love her and make her the most important person in their life, and sometimes it looks like the boys are going to do it and sometimes it doesn’t. It keeps her a little off balance, and considering that she’s already off balance just by being on a new world and after everything that’s happened, she doesn’t need anything else to cause her to have problems.

I like the guys. They are all honorable guys, who are just pulled in 2 directions. Both the job and Whitney are important, and they are kind of put in a bad place so that they have to choose the way they do, even if they don’t want to choose that. (I hate Helion. It bears repeating.) They aren’t walking an easy path.

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I am looking forward to finding out more about Zeus, the half human/half Prillon warrior who is the head of the new Battlegroup. I bet there is a helluva story there.

OK, that’s all for today! Go check it out! Happy reading!

Lee Savino & Golden Angel-Alien Tribute

Alien Tribute is the long awaited second book in the Tsenturion Masters series by Lee and Golden. As a quick reminder, the planet Tsentur was blown up by the Vgotha, and there are just a few (relatively) Tsenturion left. They work with the Jabol, who have hooked them up with human women so that they can rebuild their species. The way that it works is that the Jabol suck women in through a tiny wormhole, train them, and then give them to the Tsenturions. The first Tribute, Dawn, went to the High Commander. Now, we have Pareena and Bogdan’s story.

So, Bogdan is the second in command of the Tsenturion. He really doesn’t want to have Tribute. He thinks that it’s too early to bring in Tributes, because their enemy is still out there. He also has a history that no one else knows about. But, just because he doesn’t want one doesn’t mean that he’s going to not have one. When his High Commander says that his tribute is ready, he has no choice but to accept her, even if he really doesn’t want to. His plan is to not bond with her, but to train her and make sure that she’s taken care of.

Pareena, Dr. Pareena Singh to be precise, is dying of cancer. She’s been stuck in the hospital, and is at the point where her life is now measured in days, rather than in months and years. So, when she gets an ereader loaded up with all her favorite type books, she’s going to spend as much time as possible reading it, because it takes her out of her real life. Bt when she finishes one particular book, she gets a survey at the end with the suggestion to swipe right for abduction. So, you know, she does. And is pulled into a wormhole and into what she is pretty sure is a coma dream and she’s dying.

She gets trained by the Jabol and sent to Bogdan, who is pretty cold to her, at least sometimes. Other times he’s pretty damn warm to her. Which is confusing as all hell to both of them.

Oh, Bogdan pisses me right the hell off sometimes. I mean, I totally get where he’s coming from and why he has made the choices that he has, but I just don’t like the way that he treats Pareena some of the time. And it’s not because he’s the whole Domly type, it’s his choices that he makes. When it comes to the D stuff, he actually rocks my world. And, I guess probably Pareena’s too.

I totally understand why Pareena wants to see this as a coma dream. I would probably want to see it that way too, because it would be much less scary. Of course, much less scary doesn’t necessarily mean all that much sometimes.  I really like how well she and Bogdan mesh when it comes to certain things.

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Hmmmmm, certain warriors have made… interesting choices in this. I don’t support his choices, and I’m pretty sure his bosses won’t either.

OK, that’s all I have to say today. Go check it out! Happy reading!