by Ruby Dixon
Released: April 16th 2018
Series: Corsairs #3
Published by Self Published
“As always with Ruby Dixon, this was a short but entertaining and sexy read. ”
~ Under the Covers
Welcome aboard the space ship Lovesick Fool. It contains a small crew of ruthless pirates looking to make their fortune. Well kinda. They’re definitely pirates, however the ruthlessness is a little iffy, especially when faced with a human woman in distress.
Alvyos loves to fight, and when he sees the Iris and the horrible abuse she’s suffered at the hands of slavers he just wants to protect her. And kill the man who ordered her eyes to be torn out. However, what he wants more is for Iris to stop hiding behind her wall of obedience and let the fiery woman come back out. Iris knows that to survive she needs to be as submissive and obedient as possible, something that goes against her nature, but she learned her lesson when they ripped her eyes out. But Alvyos says she’s free and he seems to want to provoke her temper.
This one was so sad! Poor Iris, although all the heroines have gone through harrowing experiences, Iris’ treatment goes to another level. Most of the book shows Iris settling into the ship and deciding whether or not she’s safe…and how she feels about Alvyos. Alyvos is a prickly character, completely different from the gentle Tarek and the fun loving Kivian. But when it comes to finding the woman they’re destined to love he’s exactly the same. He wants to protect her and he wants her to feel safe enough that her real character can come out.
As always with Ruby Dixon, this was a short but entertaining and sexy read. It wasn’t quite as light hearted and funny as the other two books in the series, but the love story was just as romantic. I know can’t wait to see the last single male Sentorr, the uptight and buttoned up mechanic find his HEA.
Another good book in the series. This one wasn’t my favourite but I enjoyed the romance and getting glimpses of the previous couples in the series. Bring on the next book!
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