Jess hates aliens. After the invasion that destroyed Earth, the extraterrestrial bastards sold her to a brothel as a sex slave. She may have escaped but the old memories and fears still linger in the dark corners of her mind. Supposedly Sonis is just the place for her—somewhere safe, where she can heal and start fresh. She’s almost hopeful…until she meets Rasha, her new boss.
Rasha, captain of the Sonis Royal Guard, is a warrior through and through. He’s huge, sinfully sexy and could have any woman on Sonis—but the woman he wants is Jess. He’s very much an alien and Jess knows she should hate him or at least be wary, but whenever he’s around, she loses control. She tells herself it’s only sex—amazing, mind-blowing sex like nothing else she’s ever experienced—but there’s something about Rasha that shakes her soul. The feel of his skin against hers, the look in his eyes as he touches her—they make her want to believe it’s possible to find love and begin again.
A Romantica® science fiction erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave Ellora’s Cave
A. M. Griffin is a wife who rarely cooks, mother of three, dog owner (and sometimes dog owned), a daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She’s a hard worker whose two favorite outlets are reading and writing. She enjoys reading everything from mystery novels to historical romances and of course fantasy romance. She is a believer in the unbelievable, open to all possibilities from mermaids in our oceans and seas, angels in the skies and intelligent life forms in distant galaxies.
I haven’t read many sci-fi books generally, but the idea of a romance/sci-fi really intrigued me. Dangerously Hers is the 3rd book in a series, and to be honest, that doesn’t matter as each book seems to concentrate on a different set of characters brought from the side-lines of the previous books – a brilliant idea in itself!
I really loved this book. I was surprised at how easy it was to slip into this alien world and fall in love with such foreign characters, and even the exotic setting itself. Jess was a beautifully flawed heroine who had been through so much already, and to follow her on her journey was a pleasure. I wasn’t sure about love scenes with aliens, but the author manages to make it just as acceptable as human/human scenes.
From a writer’s perspective the flow of the book was amazing and I actually felt myself drawn to reading this over other giving my usual time to my own writing (naughty author!) The descriptions were perfectly balanced and the spicy scenes were legitimately placed and executed.
The front cover is a little bland compared to the intricacies of the plot, however even an alien six pack is worth a wanton sigh from readers.
Overall I’d give Dangerously Hers 5 out of 5 stars – you have to read this book, whether you feel it’s your genre or not – just try it, you won’t be disappointed.