Embrace the Passion

S.E. Smith; Anna Hackett; Ruby Lionsdrake; Veronica Scott; Pauline Baird Jones; E.D. Walker; Tiffany Roberts; Carol Van Natta; Alexis Glynn Latner; J.C. Hay; Kyndra Hatch
Embrace the Passion
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Cats, Dogs and Other Worldly Creatures
Release Date
October 2018
Book 3 of Pets in Space
Action/Adventure Romance, Alternate Universe, Fantasy Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic, Urban Fantasy

Pets in Space is back! Join us as we unveil eleven original, never-before-published action-filled romances that will heat your blood and warm your heart! New York Times, USA Today and Award-winning authors S.E. Smith, Anna Hackett, Ruby Lionsdrake, Veronica Scott, Pauline Baird Jones, Carol Van Natta, Tiffany Roberts, Alexis Glynn Latner, E D Walker, JC Hay, and Kyndra Hatch combine their love for Science Fiction Romance and pets to bring readers sexy, action-packed romances while helping our favorite charity. Proud supporters of HeroDogs.org, Pets in Space authors have donated over 4,400 in the past two years to help place specially trained dogs with veterans.

Book Review by Pip (reviewer)
Sep 28, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
53 people found the following review helpful
This review in this anthology is for Anna Hackett's "Desert Hunter", a short, short piece of 50+ pages that feels like the swan song of Ms. Hackett's wildly adventurous Galactic Gladiator series.

Bren and Mersi made their brief but memorable appearances as Ms. Hackett wrote Corsair's story and immediately, I was intrigued by a pair that seemed destined for each other but could never really get where they were meant to be.

"Desert Hunter", despite its short length, finally explains the reason for Bren's constant pushing away of Mersi, the woman he really wants, though it takes some kind of conflict to change that status quo. Mersi never wavers in the way she goes after Bren; the latter finally caves, of course, as a result of her persistence and a blend of circumstances that leave him nowhere else to go.

The HEA is guaranteed (though a full-length story of theirs would have been great) and all's well that ends well after both Bern and Mersi get put through the wringer. "Desert Hunter" is definitely an enjoyable read and an easy way to pass an afternoon getting lost in Ms. Hackett's well-shaped desert world.
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