Kissing Steel, Melting Iron, Touching Ice and Stealing Coal. In the last three days, have read all of these. This is a Sci/fi erotica series, set in space on a series of shuttles and ships, and occasionally on another planet. They follow the stories of four cyborgs, a people created by men, then determined to be too smart for the purpose they were created for so they were sentenced to death, only they escaped into space before the sentence could be carried out. They each encounter their own human woman and become involved with her.
Each story has it’s own twists and turns as each couple deals with their own issues.
What do I think? Obviously, since I keep reading them, I enjoy them. They aren’t the most involving or wittiest thing I’ve read but I like them.
Colters’ Daughter is the third book in the Colters’ Legacy series.
Callie is the only child of Adam, Ethan, Ryan and Holly of Colter’s Woman and Colters’ Wife.
She’s followed her restless soul all over the world but always ends up back home. When Max, a ghost from her past, shows up in her brother’s bar where she’s working, she gives him her best right hook, leaving him with no doubt how she feels.
But Max has something to say and he won’t take no for an answer. Can he convince her to at least listen to what he has to say?
What did I think? It was good. Realistic interpersonal relationships and great erotic scenes. I’ve read all the other Colter’s Legacy books and was eager to read this one. I liked Callie, and Max was a decent dominant. What I didn’t like was how easily she fell at his feet forgiving him. If I’ve spent months hurting and being angry at you, I’m not going to change my mind and forgive you in an hour or two. Simply not going to happen.
Insatiable is the first book in the Phantom Corps series
Daniel is the lowborn leader of the Phantom Corps, an elite group of soldiers working for the Federation Military.
Carina is the daughter of the leader of the Imperial Verses. Raised as a princess in a house filled with danger and intrigue she learned very young to hide her true self. Now, in order to aid her people, she needs to escape.
When the person sent to help her escape is Daniel, Carina experiences many things she’s never before encountered. But can she handle it all? Can she deal with the changes her life will go through now?
What did I think? I enjoyed it. The story kept me engrossed and Daniel and Carina were people you came to like. They had realistic, multi-dimensional personalities and personal histories that effected how they related to each other. Personally I prefer the Pride series, but this was good too.
This is the sixth book in the New Species series.
Wrath joins the task force to hunt down and capture humans who worked for Mercile and bring them to justice. The task force captures Lauren, believing her to know where one of the men they’re after is. When Wrath realizes she is just in the wrong place at the wrong time he does every thing he can to protect her.
What did I think? This is the sixth book in the series, I’ve read them all. I enjoy the series, despite knowing that they are a softer, gentler version of Lora Leigh’s Breed series. They have an intriguing (if hauntingly similar) story line and steamy, erotic (if tame) love scenes.
This is the first book in the Rutledge Werewolves series.
Artemais spent years searching far and wide for his True Mate, when doubting that he’d ever find her he scheduled the band he shared with his brothers to play in the nearest city. He was aware of Sophie the minute she walked into the bar, but he didn’t dare to hope she could be his mate.
Sophie had acted out of character that night in the bar, and she’d been unable to forget him in the time since. When she discovers she’s pregnant she has a whole new set of problems.
What did I think? Light, quick, entertaining read. Nothing deep or earth-shattering, but fun and hot, which was the point.