Victorious Star (Interstellar Service & Discipline Book 2)

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And I should start counting the number of shower scenes in this book! I swear it's like every 25 pages! I liked the plot of the first book better but this was still delisiously yummy. Isabeau was strong willed, insubordinate, badass as a bodyguard, and feisty which I loved. I grew equally attached to both male heros and enjoyed the alpha asshole-ness of Kahn the most. Jan 15, Jill rated it it was amazing Shelves: I simply love these sci fi erotic books!

They are hot and steamy, but they have plot lines and strong characters. I am not going to go on and on and list why, just that they are simply the best in this genre that I have read. So listen, you didn't ask but for purposes of this review I'm telling you anyway: I am an extremely jealous bitch. So anyway, there's a reason I'm telling you this bit of positive advertisement about my personality, and it is because there is a love triangle in this book. Being the extremely jealous bitch that I've just you told I am, I am unable to understand how love triangles could possibly ever work out like they do in Fallen Star.

Granted, it's a sci-fi story about aliens fall So listen, you didn't ask but for purposes of this review I'm telling you anyway: Granted, it's a sci-fi story about aliens falling in love, but the love triangle conundrum remains. See, Sohbek hunts down people to be turned into sex pets, and Isabeau becomes his. Due to some complications and I mean complications, I can barely remember what they were, they were so complex , it happens that Isabeau also becomes the sex pet of this princely dude called Khan.

As young men in the academy they went to, Sohbek and Khan were in love, but they never made it official because Sohbek refuses to be subservient, or something like that. So now there's a human-turned-alien girl, one prince, and one hunter-slash-police-person, and they all happen to love each other equally. You see, as I read the threesome scenes, I couldn't help but think things like "My god, how can he not care that they've completely forgotten he's there in the mids of their fiery passion?

Because, and I did tell you, I am a jealous bitch, that's what would be going through my mind if I were the one slightly left out of the action, whilst these people seem to be perfectly content when just two of them fuck sans the third one, or when only one of them is in focus. The point here is that these three people seem perfectly capable of caring and lusting for each other in absolute equal amounts, a notion that is so ridiculous to me it actually gives me migraines.

In the end, though, Fallen Star is a very good sci-fi story with very charismatic characters, but the fact that they not once demonstrate an ounce of jealousy of each other was constantly banging on my head like a gigantic neon sign that says "ABSURD! So I guess what I'm saying is, this is a very good book, and I need lots of therapy. Khan and Sohbek have two dicks.

One on top of the other. When I first read this description I couldn't stop myself from exploding in fits of giggles every now and then, but weirdly, very weirdly, in the end it actually became sort of fucking hot. Like I said, I need lots of therapy. Apr 01, JenMcJ rated it really liked it Shelves: I really did like this next book. The heroine is very strong. I brought it down a star because the first hero, Sobehk from book 1 starts off very smart, determined and dominant, but is later portrayed at least my interpretation as much too weak to be an equal in this triad.

Khan is portrayed as super Alpha and Fallon is probably stronger and is definitely better equipped than Kahn.

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The pair overshadow Sobehk too strongly. The story is very good. The dominance, like the f I really did like this next book. The dominance, like the first book, is very strong and at times brutal and demeaning in a way that is supposed to make us squirm. Of course, we squirm in a good way even though we know we should be squirming in a bad way.

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LOL If you are hoping to meet up with the gang from book 1, it doesn't happen, The only overlap is Sobehk. Mar 18, Loederkoningin rated it did not like it Shelves: After mulling over my feelz for damn near a week I have come to the conclusion that I still don't really know how I feel. Hawke truly needs to write more in this universe. She can start with that feisty golden prince if I get a vote. They are clearly into each other.

Lub permeates the air. All this buildup had me on the verge of combusting and I just knew there were going to be shooting stars, volcanoes erupting, a possible earthquake, maybe a tsunami… and it was the weakest ass shite.

Victorious Star by Morgan Hawke

Did I mention 2 of them are pierced to the nines? I could've been so good. Disappointed Cupcake is disappointed. View all 6 comments. Feb 27, Ashley rated it liked it Shelves: I am wound up so tight about this book that my neck hurts! Jul 13, Jennifer rated it it was amazing.

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I didn't think there was any way to create another book as awesome as "Victorious", but Morgan Hawke pulled it off. First of all, though this book is in the same universe, the characters are totally different.

The mood is different too. There is tons of emotion in this story, and I fell in love with Sobehk first and then Khan r I didn't think there was any way to create another book as awesome as "Victorious", but Morgan Hawke pulled it off. There is tons of emotion in this story, and I fell in love with Sobehk first and then Khan right along with Fallon. This book is an excellent follow up. Dec 21, Toni U. This is my most favorite of Morgan's books so far. I am unsure of the reasons why Ms. Hawke chose to not write anymore than she did for this series, but the ones she did write will be forever some of my favorite books to read for Sci Fi Erotica and I read them over and over.

If you are in search of a good one this is my recommendation to you. View all 7 comments. Fantastic characters and a plot that just zings. Oct 07, Christine rated it liked it Shelves: This second installment of the "Interstellar Service and Discipline" series was certainly incredibly hot, but for me it didn't have much heat. Isabeau, a code-breaker and thief, is a great character. She's smart, courageous, and assertive. Sobehk and Khan, her captors, are friends of long-standing. Khan wants to have both Sobehk and Isabeau as lovers, but Sobehk in This second installment of the "Interstellar Service and Discipline" series was certainly incredibly hot, but for me it didn't have much heat.

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Khan wants to have both Sobehk and Isabeau as lovers, but Sobehk initially resists. When they all finally do get together there's lots of steamy shower sex and extensive menage action. However, I never really warmed up to Khan. I think what did it for me was when he whips Isabeau as a 'punishment', but apparently goes too far and injures her though not too badly.

When Sobehk calls him on it, Khan refuses to acknowledge the extent of her injuries, and apparently feels no remorse That's a big non-starter for me. However, the plot keeps you reading along, and it is a fun read, so 3 stars.

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So the complaint I was going to make about Fallen Star kinda seeming repetitive, isn't exactly valid-- this book came earlier than I thought. I did like this one, though. I wish I could have known more about Fallon-- especially about how she feels that everyone leaves-- I think she states that in her thoughts a time or two.

Interestingly, I didn't find the sex in this one to be "over-the-top" and yeah, that's always going to be fairly subjective, anyway. What I can say, however, is that there were some sex scenes that I had a tough time imagining from the way they were described. I mean, you can only fill so many "holes" and there are only so many body parts-- even if there are more body parts in this story than usual.

May I suggest a pull-out guide with cartoon figures to help you visualize Totally devoured this series in less than a week. They're like fine chocolate, oh so addictive. Different characters this time around, but same basic setup as "Victorious Star", meaning m-m-f where the woman is entering an existing relationship between the men, and both men want to be top dog, but one bends to the other. The main difference being, both men are Skeldhi, so neither should naturally be the submissive. And, in this case, the gentlemen do switch roles, at least occasionally.

Strangel Totally devoured this series in less than a week.

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Strangely enough, in both cases I'm more enamored with the less dominant male. So much for the appeal of the alpha male. This book has a little bit of everything for everybody. BDSM, dub-con, public sex, I don't think anything was left out of this one. For space porn this was actually pretty good. The story itself was interesting and the writing was great! If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel.

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