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Pleasure Satellite by Danielle Monsch PDF Print E-mail
Written by Julianne   
Thursday, 18 August 2011


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Title: Pleasure Satellite
Author: Danielle Monsch
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing, LLC 
Genre: Futuristic
Publication date: May 4, 2011
ISBN: 9781419934308
Pages: 90
Series: N/A
Reviewer: Julianne

Heat Level:  M/F sex, anal sex



The eldest son of a prestigious House, Nevan has had his life mapped out for him.  A Tevarian warrior, he only knows honor and duty.

Seena is a fighter for the BloodRing; she has known only pain in her life.  She is also human.

Nevan is to mate with Farana, a Tevarian female he has no feelings for.  She doesn't excite him sexually, not that any mild-mannered female of his species would.  While celebrating on a Pleasure Satellite with his family and that of his future wife, a human female BloodRing fighter grabs his attention.  She is not meek and flighty; she is bold and defiant and makes his blood boil and his body hard.  Nevan arranges for Seena to fight him for a little wager—if she wins, she gets her freedom; if he wins, he gets her for the rest of his time on the satellite.  Will Seena accept Nevan's bet?

Pleasure Satellite by Danielle Monsch is a super hot story.  Nevan is the epitome of tall, dark, and dangerous.  I really liked Nevan because he wanted to do what was expected of him but he also wanted to be happy.  I wanted Seena and Nevan to be able to be together.  Seena was so strong willed and had accepted her fate as a fighter.  She was perfect for Nevan.  Ms. Monsch has created a fantastic book with well written characters and a unique and interesting plot.  I do think the book ended a little too abruptly and would have liked an epilogue.  I would like see this story continue and would definitely read another book by Ms. Monsch.


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