Review: Deceiving the Corsair by Ruby Dixon

Posted August 22, 2018 by Suzanne in Reviews / 4 Comments

Review: Deceiving the Corsair by Ruby Dixon
Deceiving the Corsair
by Ruby Dixon

3 Stars

BOOK INFO


Released: August 14 2018
Series: Corsairs #4
Format: eBook
 

“…full of hot sex and sweet romance.”
~ 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 there’s a human woman involved.

The Lovesick Fool is becoming a little crowded. It’s packed to near bursting with couples deliriously in love. And Sentorr. The only singleton left on board. Only he has a secret. All the time he spends alone on the bridge? He’s not quite as alone as the others think. For months he’s been speaking to the elusive Zoey, a navigator on another pirate ship. He hasn’t seen her yet, but he knows it doesn’t matter what she looks like; she’s his mate.

I can’t believe this is the last book in the Corsair series! Or rather potentially the last book, we were introduced to some new characters who definitely have “hero” potential written all over their beautiful blue skin. Regardless if this series continues on with new characters, all the original males from the Dancing Fool which became the Lovesick Fool are now claimed. What a journey it has been! I have enjoyed every book in this series and have been looking forward to the uptight Sentorr’s book. He’s always been quietest and most disapproving of the crew so seeing him fall for his very own human was very satisfying. And boy, when he lets himself go that messakkah male plays (and talks) dirty!

Zoey was kidnapped when she was a child. Luckily a trio of messakkah males saved her and she’s been on their pirate ship the Little Sister named after her, ever since. But, being raised by three protective older brothers in a universe that see humans as exotic animals to either be displayed or abused means she doesn’t have contact with many people. Then she starts connecting with Sentorr. I really liked Zoey, she was a little different from the other heroines. Although she was human she had been raised like a messakkah and found her soft beige skin and hornless head ugly. But, she was also outgoing and a lot of fun. Sentorr and Zoey together were a great combination, it was definitely a case of “opposites attract” as their chemistry was off the charts hot.

This series has been great, full of hot sex and sweet romance. I hope she continues to Corsairs series, or does a spin off with the crew of Little Sister. What’s not to love about alien space pirates with hearts of gold?

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About Ruby Dixon

Ruby Dixon is the secret penname of a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author. As Ruby, she writes sexy barbarian aliens, grumpy shifters, and domineering bikers.

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Gosh, we all seem to be admitting our ages…and I hate that I am at the point in life when admitting my age is a “thing”…whodda thunk it? I was kind of hoping I would remain 21 forever. However, I have moved out of that New Adult stage of my life and am now strictly in the Contemporary Romance age zone of 28. I would prefer to be in an Urban Fantasy arena, but I don’t think I own enough black leather. However, I could probably squeeze into some PNR, I am fully prepared to give a horn job to my favourite demon, or suck on my sexy vamps…fangs and I am definitely up for some heavy petting with some fine looking shifters. Than again their’s always Sci Fi…I am fully prepared to do the right thing and help some poor alien race with more 6 packs than a supermarket repopulate their planet. Not that I am loose woman or anything.

Annnnnd I will stop myself there, before I start waxing lyrical about my love of historical romance and fantasy as well; no one needs to know about my elf fantasies. As you can tell, I adore and day dream about most romance genres, and my three big loves are 1) reading about romance 2) writing about romance and 3) talking about romance with my gals. Which, is why I love Under the Covers so much, I get all my bookish needs satisfied and don’t get judged when I talk about my favourite characters like they are real people. Which they are right?
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Thanks for the review.

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I like zoey’s dynamic. Like you said, it’s different than the other females.

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Great review suzanne!!! Love this cover and the others in this series too!! Shared on all my socials!!

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Thanks Suzanne for the review