- Loose Id
- Release Date
- June 2015
- Book 5 of Coletti Warlords
Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
Kaylee knew being a Coletti Warlord's mate wasn't going to be easy. Not only was Talree downright scary, he had a bossy streak a mile long and collected enemies like most men collected lovers. But while Kaylee's life might not be perfect, Talree truly loved her.
Flash forward nine months to a very pregnant, insanely hormonal and cranky as hell Kaylee. If the pregnancy wasn't enough to drive her crazy, Talree's enemies are tap dancing on her last nerve. The Shani Queen Mother, a psychotic alien with a bone to grind against Talree, decided she wanted the planet Tartum - a barren piece of crap loaded with Ditrum crystals, and part of the Coletti Empire. Her master plan? Kidnap Kaylee and hold her for ransom. If the Overlord refused to give Tartum to the Queen Mother, she would feed Kaylee and her son to the Tai-Kok.
She thinks Kaylee will beg for mercy. Boy, is the alien bitch in for a surprise. She's about to meet a woman suffering from hormone overload and a serious lack of chocolate. The only one begging for mercy will be the Queen Mother.
Nov 13, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
113 people found the following review helpful
A huge fan of Ms. Koger, I am caught off guard when JUST DESSERTS is a surprising rehash of her first book, Just My Luck. Kaylee is back and she's pregnant. Not the most patient of people, being pregnant has made Kaylee even more of a hothead. What really surprised me about this book is how over fifty percent of this book is a copy of the first. There is very little new here and it just disappoints.
With this world Ms. Koger's created, it is usually filled with action-packed sequences. The snarky heroines make the story hilarious. With Kaylee featuring in this one, I'm expecting some bad ass fighting scenes. I'm expecting to find out more about this world. None of my expectations were met. There is very little plot development and very little featured about the Shani Queen Mother. Frankly, I'm baffled with this book. It's unlike Ms. Koger because even when she creates similar strong female characters, the adventures are at least different. The sex is also explosive. The sex here is blah. The adventures are a bad re-run. Hopefully there will be a new book in this series with fresh material and new characters. A devoted fan can only pray that happens.
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