Some men just hate losing to a woman
and Charity Foster won, fair and square. But the magistrate
of Valencia doesn’t see it that way. Now she is running for
her life and the well being of the people on her planet. The
crystals she won will provide much needed energy for people
just scraping by to live. She has a plan to get away from
the bounty hunter who is chasing her and it almost
works….until she crashes her skimmer on an uninhabited
planet. When she climbs out of the wreckage, Charity
literally lands at the bounty hunter’s feet.
Kol A’Kosu does everything for the
good of his tribe. All of his bounties go directly to them
and he is given what he needs to live. Kol has no intention
of taking a mate who is not of his tribe so he is shocked
when his visions show him mating with his bounty. That is
something that would never happen. But it seems they are
compelled to act on the desires they feel. Charity and Kol
make it to his home planet safely after surviving four days
of the jungle planet’s aphrodisiac atmosphere.
Kol should never have been able to form
a mating bond with any female outside his tribe, so why is
he developing feelings for this woman? He wants to turn her
over to a man who will torture and kill her, so why does
Charity feel physical pain when she is away from this man?
The council’s mandate? Kol has to chose…break his bond with
Charity or give up his lineage.
Thieves in Paradise is an
enjoyable escape from the ordinary. Leaving Earth to have an
adventure in space, far from home, can only release the
tensions of the day. What a way to get away from it all.
Good guys, bad guys and hot sex make for a yummy mini
vacation. Charity and Kol are not what the other had
imagined or even what they had planned for their lives. But
fate has other plans and there is no stopping them. I highly
recommend Thieves in Paradise to everyone who
loves romance, no matter what genre it is.