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Blind Space Paperback – January 19, 2014
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About the Author
Marie Sexton lives in Colorado. She’s a fan of just about anything that involves muscular young men piling on top of each other. In particular, she loves the Denver Broncos and enjoys going to the games with her husband. Her imaginary friends often tag along. Marie has one daughter, two cats, and one dog, all of whom seem bent on destroying what remains of her sanity. She loves them anyway.
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Oh, I’m writing a review. Guess I got a little off track there in my space pirate/space captive fantasy. Sadly, I’m not in the book. Just Valero, the pirate, and Tristan, his blind and bound captive. The stocking thing? Ya, that happens. The panty thing, too. Damn, if only JCP’s mnems were a real thing, I would be so down with inserting this fantasy into my mental playground!!
Aside from making me lustfully wish I were aboard this pirate ship, this book kept me going vía characters and, wait for it....plot. Yes, one action led to another, eventually culminating in a climax (heh heh) and flowing into a nice warm pool of resolution. Yay, Marie Sexton!
My favorite part of this book was seeing Valero slowly wear Tristan down. Told from Tristan’s POV, I saw him struggle to restrain himself from giving himself over to Valero. When he finally does, it’s not just because he’s horny (although he is) it’s because of plot. It makes it so worth it and that much more real. Well, as real as being wined and dined by a pirate on a spaceship can be.
Audiobook fans: BUY THIS! Valero’s voice is dreamy and playful—and that’s all we know about him because Tristan is blind at present.
OK, I’m off to meditate about the vastness of space and pirate sandwiches!
Loved the way he was with Tristan. The chemistry and desire between them was delicious. His reactions to Tristan's secret were perfect and made me love him more. But there was one part of this book that really did it for me. When Tristan was freed and fully gave himself to Valero, it was so erotic and sexy. That's a scene of will revisit again and again.
I have really enjoyed this book. The story is fast paced and the Valero's seduction on blinded Tristan is sexy. There is unexpected turns (Tristan' kink is ... Well, kinky). And I really like the tension and hesitation when Tristan sees Valero for the first time. So intense. All in all, a really recommendable book.
I love science fiction, and this is a pretty good story. Thought it's not her best.
I enjoyed this book, although the love scenes were a bit too frequent and kinky for my tastes, but then I'm a romantic idealist.