Dangerously Yours

  • by A. M. Griffin
  • Narrated by Simone Lewis
  • 8 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The steamy stand-alone sequel to Dangerously Mine
Kane Epps divides his life into two distinct parts - before the alien invasion and after. Before the invasion, he had a pregnant wife and a high-powered job. After the invasion, he’s left with only himself and his hatred for all things alien. He channels his bitterness by captaining a vessel of renegade humans - space pirates who don’t think twice about taking what they need.
Princess Sa’Mya is on the run. She and a few trusted advisers fled her home planet only to be captured by the sexy, dangerous Captain Epps. He claims to hate aliens but can’t seem to resist touching her or kissing her…everywhere. As Kane introduces Sa’Mya to ever-increasing, unimaginable realms of pleasure, the princess becomes determined to earn his trust. She’s used to getting what she wants. And this time, what she wants is Kane Epps.
Inside Scoop: This space-opera romance contains male/male sex scenes, girl-on-girl action, group sex and some good old-fashioned voyeurism.

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Great

Not as good as book 1, but I enjoyed it... I just didn't like the Sa'mya from book 1. She mad me so upset in book 1 that I just didn't feel sorry for her in book 2. Glad she found happiness though...b/c I loved Kane... and boy his backstory was just so darn sad!

Narration was good too.

Worth a Credit or Sale if you plan to invest into the entire series... Books 1-3 are on Audible...
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- Candateshia Pafford

Taio ex machina

I feel like this book would be better if you don't listen to the first. The leading lady is the nemesis from the last book and I'm sorry, but I have no sympathy for her. Her character dissolved into 'meh' during the end of the first book for no reason - perhaps because this book was being planned?

This book has the same character problems as the last, only multiplied. People do things to move the story long and the feeling is just unnatural. Again, the author seems to simply want to shock and stimulate readers by adding random sex scenes that have nothing to do with moving the plot along. There's a m/m(f) scene that's just thrown into the middle of the book with no purpose - it's raunchy, meant to show us how awful a character is, but it was unnecessary - it was also put smut. I'm not a prude, and I enjoy books of this nature, but that scene was like a bad porno and just... sigh. I almost quit there. I stuck with it, only to have a deus ex machine of a lame ending, filled two people who hated each other suddenly being BFFs. I'm sorry, but no. Just... ugh.

I can't say much without spoilers but it's just too easy - I applaud the writer for getting published, that in itself is impressive, but there seemed to be a missed opportunity to enrich this story rather than taking the bad soap opera way out.

Not worth the credit. Will not continue this series. Especially since I see that yet again, the hated character/nemesis of this book is the heroine of the next. Nope.
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- Bexlyn Wright

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-25-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios