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Interstellar Service & Discipline: Victorious Star (edition 2006)

by Morgan Hawke

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Title:Interstellar Service & Discipline: Victorious Star
Authors:Morgan Hawke
Info:Loose Id, LLC (2006), Paperback, 484 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:erotic-romance, sci-fi

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I have to say that I really enjoyed this book. It was a fast and easy read. I had some reservations since I am not a big fan of BDSM, but I thought it was done well. I loved the relationship between Victoria, Ravnos, & Seht. It was intense, wickedly hot and definitely not for the faint of heart. Ravnos was unquestionably the dominant in the relationship. Seht treated Victoria more gently than I thought he would. There's a lot of sex, especially anal, in this story. A couple of the sex scenes did make me uncomfortable and there were a scene near the end that didn't work for me. However, I understand that it was displaying another aspect of their relationship.

There was some suspense and action and I was on the edge of my seat wondering how they were going to accomplish their task. I do admit to feeling slightly disappointed with the reasoning behind the auctioning of the ship they were trying to save. With how well the story was moving, I guess I was looking for something more complex. I also wished that there was a different outcome for Victoria at the end, but, deep down, it's what she wanted. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series. ( )
  mitabird | Jun 10, 2018 |
This book has a little bit of everything for everybody. Some m/m, m/m/f, m/f, even a tiny bit of f/f action. BDSM, dub-con, public sex, I don't think anything was left out of this one. ( )
  Bitchie | Sep 21, 2013 |
For space porn this was actually pretty good. The story itself was interesting and the writing was great! I don't know if I'll read the rest in this series (I liked these characters, I don't know if I want to read about others), but I might change my mind one day. ( )
  snitchbitch | Sep 10, 2013 |
I'm not sure why I like this book; it's dark, violent, and extremely kinky. Yet, I really enjoyed reading it. (Would I want to live in this world? No, but that's ok.)

It may be the characters that got to me. Through it all, the main characters exhibited sff tropes of honor and self-sacrifice, in addition to (of course) lust, and a growing devotion to each other that made me believe in their love. Also, the primary villain was really creepy.

Aubrey Ravnos is the captain of a sort-of pirate ship that needs a pilot, so he steals one: Imperial nav-pilot Victoria Stark. Once aboard ship, Victoria meets First Officer Seht, who is also a skeldi prince. (The skeldi are an alien race that seem to be humanoids with lizard(??) qualities as well as, um, slightly different genitalia than the human variety.) Aubrey and Seht are lovers, and decide that Victoria needs them as much as they need her.

Despite the very graphic nature of the story, I found myself completely engrossed. This is definitely not for everyone, so you'll probably want to check out an excerpt before purchasing. ( )
  thewalkinggirl | Jul 19, 2010 |
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