• Review: Burning Day Innate Wright Book 1

    Note: this is the first installment of a serial. Also for those who are used to Viola Grace's romances - there is no romance thread in this story. The Innate Wright books are difficult for me to rate because I came into them thinking there'd be a romance....

  • Review: Fueled by Lust: Altair

    This had me floundering a bit in the beginning so I had to refresh the story line in my head. It is book 11 in a series, and you can't just drop in, at least in my opinion. I have totally enjoyed this series and this book answered some questions but left...

  • Review: Taming the Giant Brides of the Kindred / A Kindred Tales Novel

    While the Kindred have historically traveled the stars looking for mates, there is a branch of Kindred that chose poorly and are now going extinct. The Jor'gen are giants and finding a female is becoming life or death. Bram starts dream sharing and follows...

  • Review: Tricks for Free InCryptid, #7

    This was another stellar installment in this series. This one is Antimony's story. She is on the run and finds her way to a theme park where she is hoping to hide from the Covenant. Of course nothing goes as planned and the story takes off from here....

  • Review: Break for Home Innate Wright Book 2

    Note: this is the second installment of a serial; definitely not a standalone. Also, there is no romance thread in this story. Break for Home picks up almost immediately where Burning Day drops off. What's done really well is that we have six women piloting...

  • Review: Toxic Desire Planet of Desire, #1

    Nem is a human who is traveling through space with her crew when she is attacked by an alien species thought to be extinct. Oten is a seasoned warrior and he's determined to annihilate every human aboard the ship. However, when he and General Nem end...

  • Review: Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon A Novel of the Embraced, #3

    Kerrelyn Sparks' Embraced series just gets better and better. In this third installment we get Gwennore's story. She's the Elf. The premise of these books is that four girls were sent away from their families and to an island since they were born the...

  • Review: Crossing Quinn Coletti Warlords

    This is a tale of the Jones crew from a masculine slant. You might remember Quinn was changed to Coletti less than voluntarily and he is now on the radar of the Overlord. Not an especially good place to be, but it does have perks. The perk is Xenia, budding...

  • Review: The Dragon's Lion Crimson Realm Chronicles Book 2

    Taryn Jameson and Gabriella Bradley continue their Crimson Realm Chronicles in "The Dragon's Lion". It all started with a prequel book and the first book "In Search of Pride". The prequel and first book have now been combined. Yay, I think it works much...

  • Review: Alien Mate

    Starr Elizabeth Conner's second chance at life with Torg has encountered some problems on planet Dakon. Starr is not the only one that has lied to Torg and others. The Terran secrets could be exposed. In times like these it's important to find out who...

  • Review: Vanished Brides of the Kindred 21

    This book has been hinted at for quite a while and I'm so glad to finally read it. With the author's usual flair, I'm drawn into the fantasy of Kindred warriors who revere their women and defend them from all danger. The danger hasn't changed from the...

  • Review: Fire and Bone

    "Fire and Bone" is an urban fantasy book about Sage, an eighteen-year-old girl who gets invited to a party, which results in her whole life changing. But is it for the better? Or worse? I don’t want to give too much away, but I’m in LOVE with this book!...

  • Review: The Rogue Queen The Hundredth Queen Series Book 3

    If you think this book is the end you’re in for a surprised! There is going to be a book 4 in the Hundredth Queen series!! I can't tell you how excited I am! “The Rogue Queen” was amazing. If I had to choose which has been my favorite, this would be my...

  • Review: Wicked Attraction The Protector, #2

    Disclaimer and caveat: I would have given this 2.5 stars, but it is the second book in the series. I haven't read the first book, and I feel it might make a definite difference in how I approached this one. There's a lot that I didn't get about Nina and...

  • Review: The Myth Manifestation A SPI Files Novel, #5

    I love this story. Though part of a series, it can be read without having read a single book by Ms. Shearin but for fans of her work this story is awesome. Not only is the plot outstanding and the characters well thought out but there is so much action...

  • Review: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume Eleven

    If you like both science fiction and fantasy stories, then you are in for a real treat when you read this book. I experienced so many emotions as I read this collection of stories, and these stories took me to amazing places in the writers’ imaginations....

  • Review: South Seas Salvation Corporate Services Book 3

    JC Hay takes us into his third Corporate Services science fiction romance novel with "South Seas Salvation". Those new to JC and this series can jump right in and into this action packed book. Hay knows how to have you on the run and always looking over...

  • Review: Escaping Fate Veredian Chronicles Book 1

    "Escaping Fate" is part of a deftly woven sci-fi epic. The characters are complex and multidimensional. The world building is incredible. The meshing of romance and sci-fi is done with skill. Slavery is the ever present backdrop to this unfolding journey...

  • Review: Sinless Eye of the Beholder, #1

    “Sinless” grabbed me from the first few pages. Within the pages is a wonderful fantasy that I just couldn't put down. It has a great blend of fantasy and a dystopian setting that is perfect for young adult readers. I really can't wait to read the next...

  • Review: Raising Amalia Veredian Chronicles Book 0

    "Raising Amalia" is the beginning of epic journey and a prequel to "Escaping Fate", the first book in the Veredian Chronicles. Sevina is forced to mate with another slave as part of a psi breeding program. Her chosen male is also her true mate. Their...

  • Review: Body and Soul Death and Destruction Book 7

    Okay, we are now onto book seven in the Death and Okay Book 7 of the Death and Destruction series, Body and Soul had me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the end of the book. I love Thayne and Jarrett they are hilarious and the stuff that happens...

  • Review: Dragon Blood World of the Lupi Book 14

    The previous book in the World of the Lupi series ended on a cliffhanger and "Dragon Blood" picks up where that one left off. Lily wakes up in the dragon realm and finds that time is different so she has gained a week. This give Lily seven days to free...

  • Review: The Hanging Tree A Rivers of London Novel, #6

    “The Hanging Tree” by Ben Aaronovitch is a whimsical and tilted look at a world that is both familiar and very different. Although this is part of a series, there is no problem becoming immersed in this world where rivers are personified in the form of...

  • Review: Dahlia Dragons of Riddich Book 4

    Mel Teshco's "Dahlia" is part of a series about 5 dragon shifters running for their lives. Each story is focused on one of the shifters and at least for now is totally independent from the other stories. This one is about the only female shifter, Dahlia....

  • Review: Floribunda and the Best Men A Fairy in the Bed

    Lark Westerly puts a fresh spin on the reverse hareem theme with this charming paranormal fairytale. Hamish McTavish and Gervais St. Clair are the perfect men for Flori Alexandris and she can’t choose between them and thankfully these best friends decide...

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The Viridian Convict by Sam York

Sabrina York writing as Sam York

The Godfather meets Guardians of the Galaxy in this crazy adventure set on Viridian, a prison planet full of aliens who want to eat you. Tig, the only human, is thrust into a lose/lose/lose situation when the mob boss he works for asks him to pick up and deliver a package that the Fed, the governing body of the known universe, also wants. To make matters worse, the package has curves for days, an attitude to match, and her own agenda for how this is all going down.

Pursued by the Imperial Prince by Mina Carter


On the run… Hunted… by the man she once gave her heart to.

Outlawed noblewoman Jaida’s been everything from a high speed courier on Arcalis Prime to a waitress in the cloud café’s on Selenis. Different careers, different names, different identities. When a cover got easy–so easy she started to believe it herself–she knew she’d been in the same place too long and it was time to move on. Before she got comfortable and started to make mistakes. Mistakes would allow Imperial Prince Seth to find her, and if that happened, people would die…

But after five years, Seth has found her, and she can no longer outrun her destiny: she’ll be the prince’s courtesan, but he’ll never own her heart…

He wanted the one woman he couldn’t have…

Five years ago he thought he’d found his princess, the woman he wanted to be his bride and rule alongside him. But instead of accepting his betrothal bracelet, she refused him and ran. Unable to let the insult lie, he’s chased her ever since. Now he finally has her, captured while working on the docks and he can finally get his revenge on the woman who spurned him. The woman he can’t get out of his head. He’ll make her his courtesan and get her out of his system for good…

But all is not as it seems, and the truth he thought he knew turns out to be a lie. When Jaida’s life is threatened by a hidden enemy, can Seth see through the lies in time to save her… or will he lose everything to deceit?

**Please note - This title has previously been released with another publisher and has not been revised or altered significantly.**