Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance
Heat Rating: 4
Anari Fury—daughter, sister, fiancée. Life on Sa-Ro Five is good…until a ruthless pirate spies her. Refusing his advances sets in motion a chain of events that will change her life forever.
Taken from the only home she’s known, Anari is sold as a sex slave. But she possesses a secret that puts her at even greater risk than that posed by the man who uncovers desires she never suspected—a frightening man with opaque gray eyes and a past that could get them both killed.
Duncan Storm is an AWOL super soldier. Conscience drove him from the IMF. Necessity drove him to Bounty Hunters, Inc. But Duncan’s skills are no match for the woman destined to teach him the one thing he’s never known…love.
Together, Duncan and Anari must fight to regain control of a technology capable of providing a better life for millions, or destroying entire worlds. Along the way, both will learn what it means to give their all for the love of another.
Anari Fury has lived up to her name “Fury”. She’s mouthed-off to the wrong person – a pirate that seeks revenge by kidnapping her & her sisters. They find themselves sold as sex slaves and she’s raped on the auction block.
Duncan Storm is the genetically enhanced dark alpha hero. He’s worked both inside & outside the law as a bounty hunter. He will do anything to “get the job” done, and it entails training the naïve Anari to be his sex slave.
The sexual scenes are very explicit, with a lot of sexual tension between them. The chemistry between them develops into love. Duncan is willing to do anything to keep Anari safe while on their quest to find her father, even it if it means giving her up in the end.
The storyline moved along quickly and I could relate to both characters. Taking Fury was the first book I’ve read by Ms. Masters and I’d be interested in reading about Anari’s sisters adventures.
Note: I shy away from books that start of with appendix – I either ignore them outright or refer back to them if I need additional info—with that being said, India did a great job with the storyline and the reference document wasn’t needed. So I’d recommend skipping it.
3 Tea Cups!