[Epub] ➛ The Slave Catcher ➜ Lilia Ford – Valtrex-4.us

The Slave Catcher Genre Science Fiction, LGBT16,000 WordsStar City, Best Known For Its Brothels And Casinos, Is One Of The Few Planets In The Quadrant That Outlaws Slavery For Everyone, That Is, Except The Galaxy Bullies, The Borathians Telepaths And Recent Conquerors Of A Backwards Planet Named Earth, The Borathians Are Simply Too Powerful To Refuse A Special Treaty Allows Them To Bring Their Pleasure Slaves Or Bonds Onto The Planet, And If One Escapes, They Have Five Days To Recover Him.Sam Beron, Private Locator, May Have Been Born On A Maradi Space Cruiser, But Star City Is His Home Now And He D Say He Despises Slavery As Much As Any Native Unfortunately, A Run Of Bad Luck At The Casino Tables Leaves Him Flat Broke And Scavenging Expired Military Rations Out Of A Neighboring Dumpster Next Thing He Knows, The Borathians Are Offering Him A Fortune To Track Down One Of Their Escaped Bonds, A Beautiful Earth Boy Named Liam What S A Hungry Locator To Do Warning Adult Readers Only Includes Explicit M M Erotic Content, A Master Slave Dynamic, BDSM Elements, And Dubious Consent.

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➛ The Slave Catcher ➜ Lilia Ford – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    wtf.the ending was a surprise view spoiler tough talk beron peeled like a fruit, vulnerable, wet, sweet hide spoiler what poignancy.i was literally in the middle of rubbing one out it s sexy as fuck, this book and then popmy heart was broken, and all the sexual tension ran out of me like the tears i only just managed to somewhat unsuccessfully hold back with extreme effort of will.so good.all thea shock for the playful, sexy, sci fi romp that set it up i want to live in this w wtf.the ending was a surprise view spoiler tough talk beron peeled like a frui...


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    Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews Through the eyes of Sam Beron, private locator, the reader gets a glimpse of life on the hedonistic planet, Star City The story started off a little sluggishly, but I grew to love Sam s musings on life, pleasure, family, sex, Earthish culture, and those intrusive Borathians who won t stay out of his mindThe moment he looked at me, I couldn t look away I could feel his telepathic powers flooding my brain, like there wasn t a single part Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews Through the eyes of Sam Beron, private locator, ...


  3. says:

    I am very partial to bratty slaves, affectionate but stern masters, Magnum PI the shorts The Shorts , and the wordplay in this story the funniest thing Sorta, kinda spoil ish but not really , so don t read below if you don t want any hints I am also very partial to humor giving way to serious business, view spoiler and what might seem like a mean streak being the only effective way to wake someone up and deliver the news hide spoiler 5 stars More, please OMG, and the cover H I am very partial to bratty slaves, affectionate but stern masters, Magnum PI the shorts The Shorts , and the wordplay in this story the funniest thing Sorta, kinda spoil ish but not really , so don t read below if you don t want any hints I am also very partial to humor giving way to serious busi...


  4. says:

    Ah, this one was so funnyand also so smoking hot But mostly funny The protagonist, Sam Beron, is a PI, a little like the ones on all those old TV shows he loves He drinks too much, gambles too much, and his morals are swayed accordingly He s street smart tooexcept when a pretty face hires him and Sam gets involved in something he knows he shouldn t tracking down a Borathian s missing human slave I thought this would be a darker read than it was, but no regrets Because Sam was such Ah, this one was so funnyand also so smoking hot But mostly funny The protagonist, Sam Beron, is a PI, a little like the ones on all those old TV shows he loves He drinks too much, gambles too much, and his morals are swayed accordingly He s street smart tooexcept when a pretty face hires him and Sam gets involved in something he knows he shouldn t tracking down a Borathian s missing hum...


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    A 3.5 stars rounding up to 4 stars for all those funny moments.It was kinda fun seeing the intriguing alien world through the sole narrator cum protagonist, Sam Beron aka Eron Burad of the Maradi species The Maradis are space nomads who prefers living on board starship instead of being planetside Sam is considered an outcast as he is clanless and loves staying planentside which was considered a taboo amongst his people He just happen to be the odd one out that hates space flying.There are ple A 3.5 stars rounding up to 4 stars for all those funny moments.It was kinda fun seeing the intriguing alien world through the sole narrator cum protagonist, Sam Beron aka Eron Burad of the Maradi species The Maradis are space nomads who prefers living on board starship instead of being planetside Sam is considered an outcast as he is clanless and loves staying planentside which was considered a taboo amongst his people He just happen to be the odd one out that hates space flying.There are plenty of funny moments with Sam s awkwardness in dealing with his surroundings and events Makes one wonder if he has chosen the right career he s cur...


  6. says:

    A nicely developed short story I liked how much I learned about the characters, and their world without a lot of forced information dumping, or stilted exposition It felt like it flowed into the story naturally, and made me hungry to knowI really liked Sam, and understood his moral quandary I liked how he was introduced to Elia and the world of the bond mates, and I liked how things weren t quite as black and white as Sam expected The mess of desire, repulsion, fear, and attraction wa A nicely developed short story I liked how much I learned about the characters, and their world without a lot of forced information dumping, or stilted exposition It felt like it flowed into the story naturally, and made me hungry to knowI really liked Sam, and understood his moral quandary I liked how he was introduced to Elia and the world of the bond mates, and I liked how things weren ...


  7. says:

    Since this is my book, I will not attempt a review However, I did put together a board on Pinterest of fun images of Star City, my dream cast for the characters very dreamy indeed , and assorted inspirational shots which I thought I d point you to Here s the link you enjoy.


  8. says:

    Not rating this, because I couldn t get into this enough to finish it This story didn t work for me, and this may be entirely due me and not due the story Somehow the narrative voice, which apparently aimed at being a SciFi version of Magnum or some like PI, and I never clicked Not so much that I disliked it,that I was bored It also may be due the long stretch of exposition at the beginning nearly 30% of the story which never...


  9. says:

    One gruff bounty hunter and a job he doesn t want.Surprisingly amusing ride along with Sam as he narrates, showing you the highs and lows as a denizen of one of galaxy s pleasure spots For a short story this packed a nice range of emotions into a tight package and gives a good smack as you exit.Favorite quote And one of the things you learn is that you don t go smashing stuff you can t put back together if you ve no clue what the results will be and that includes opening fire on beliefs you d One gruff bounty hunter and a job he doesn t want.Surprisingly amusing ride along with Sam as he narrates, showing you the highs and lows as a denizen of one of galaxy s pleasure s...


  10. says:

    This was so fun, so funny, and very sexy too I don t have time to write a full review, but I will say something about it reminded me very much of the cheesy science fiction shows I used to watch on TV as a kid, and something else about it reminded me of Douglas Adams, and then you take the camp and humor and add in some very sexy tension and some kink, and I am really hoping this is going to be a series because I wantRecommended for those who like their humor as sharp as it i This was so fun, so funny, and very sexy too I don t have time to write a full review, but I will say something about it reminded me very much of the cheesy science fiction shows I used to watch on TV as a kid, and something else about it ...

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