Review: Chained by Evangeline Anderson
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Released: 29 November 2013
Genre: Sci Fi
Series: Brides of the Kindred #9
I think what draws me in is yes, my love of all things cheesy sci-fi, but also Evangeline Anderson’s passionate and sexy couples. ~ Under the Covers
Scientist Maggie Jordan is on her way to Gaia, an unexplored planet, to study the plant life after a small detour to pick up some documents. However, the small detour turns in to a dangerous adventure when she frees a slave and finds herself on the run with him. Kor never expected to be saved and maybe he doesn’t deserve to be, but when the cute, curvy woman frees him and shows him gentleness and compassion he vows to protect her. As Kor and Maggie try to avoid capture the attraction between them grows…if only Maggie didn’t have a fiancee at home waiting for her.
I don’t know what it is about this series that has managed to reel me in and keep me within its clutches! I am aware that elements of this story are completely ridiculous, but for the time I am reading any Brides of the Kindred book I completely suspend my disbelief and immerse myself in the story. I think what draws me in is yes, my love of all things cheesy sci-fi, but also Evangeline Anderson’s passionate and sexy couples. With each pair (or threesome) she has managed to create not only some scorching hot sex but also a great bond between the characters.
Kor and Maggie had an instant connection and gave off sexual chemistry in waves and made a very sweet couple. The only thing I found annoying was Maggie’s constant guilt about her fiancee on Earth when she is forced by events to use Kor as her very own sex toy. You are on another planet, surely that doesn’t count right?
This was another good read by Evangeline Anderson and an enjoyable addition to the series. I now can’t wait for the next book so I can see some more sexy aliens in action!
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I haven’t read this series, but like you, I love my cheesey romantic sci-fis. Thanks for sharing!
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