Sven Magusson, hunky pleasure server to
the Queen of Valhalla, is not thrilled to be on Earth. He
doesn’t understand the culture, and he hates reporters who
constantly try to get to places they’re not supposed to be.
What he’d like is one woman to love, cherish and protect.
As a member of the Valhalla security
staff on Earth, Thea Cooper can take care of herself. And
she likes men, but past relationships have shown her to only
participate in one-night stands.
Can Sven and Thea work out their
differences and give in to the attraction they feel to each
Secured Mail is a welcome
return to Planet Valhalla, where women are cherished and
treated with love and great respect. Going back there was
great fun for me, and I loved watching Thea learn about the
planet, and its culture. She had a hard time coming to terms
with the fact that many men pleasure one woman, as I did
when I first read Planet Mail, the first
Valhalla book. But, like me, once she let go she enjoyed
every minute of it.
Sven is a great hero, even if he was a
bit pig-headed at times. I wanted to smack him and say,
“snap out of it,” more than a few times. But he did in the
end, and watching the two of them together made my heart
sing. There are still several more pleasure servers that
could use their own story, and take us back to Valhalla. If
you enjoy uninhibited sex, you’ll like Secured Mail.