Captain Tristan Kelley enjoys the luxuries of Regency service, as well as the pleasure of his prince's bed. It's an easy life, if not a happy one. When the prince decides to take a trip through the perilous Blind Space, Tristan must go with him, but somebody in the prince's guard is a traitor.
Blind and held prisoner, Tristan finds himself at the mercy of Valero, a pirate who bears no love for the Regency. Valero is determined to seduce Tristan, and Tristan fears his resolve won't last. His duty is clear, but so is his desire. As the days tick by with no word or ransom from the Regency, Tristan begins to question what loyalty means to his prince, the Regency he's sworn to, and to the man who holds him captive. He begins to realize that being a prisoner may actually set him free.
©2014 Marie Sexton (P)2015 Marie Sexton
Marie Sexton writes a wide variety of genres within MM and is great at all of them. This story is somewhat sci-fi though it focuses more on romance than outer space action. Tristan and Valero are a great couple and their interactions were wonderful. The sex scenes are incredible. Hot and erotic.
I loved the ending.
I was a little nervous when I heard that Blind Space had been made into an audio book because I really like this book and re-read it regularly. My nerves were totally unnecessary, as the narrator did an amazing job.
I like gay men in fact I like them so much I am one. This story is about a transvestite with a womanly desire for lacy panties and silk female undies.
If travestititism is your thing or if you are one then cool. That's your thing and I respect it and am glad to have the "t" in lgbt. However it is NOT my thing. The blurb for this book does not mention that the hero of this story is into transvestitism. If it did I would never have purchased this book because silk lacy panties is a TURN OFF for me.
Shame on you Marie Sexton. I bought the audio book because I trusted you as a writer. I will never trust you again.
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