A BBW pilot and a sexy pirate join forces in the exciting debut of the Gamma Raiders sci-fi romance series!
Never trust a Kamaran....
Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents' deaths, and even with her top-notch piloting skills, she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother.
Especially a Kamaran pirate....
When Lana and her best friend and co-pilot, Kira, accept a job flying cargo across the Gamma quadrant, they're hijacked by the notorious Gamma Raiders. Out of money and out of options, they join the pirates' crew in a desperate bid to keep Lana's little brother alive.
Who's too gorgeous to resist....
The pirates' leader, Adaar, is the last man in the galaxy Lana should trust. Not only is he a pirate, he's a Kamaran. Despite that, the attraction between them is undeniable - and growing ever stronger.
And is keeping secrets....
When Lana discovers that Adaar has been lying to her about his real identity, will it shatter the bond between them? Or will they find a way to forge a new, stronger relationship...one with consequences for the entire galaxy?
Gamma Raiders: The Space Pirate Prince is full of action, adventure, humor, and romance. It's a full-length novel with an HEA and no cliffhangers!
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This is the most depressing narrator I have ever listened to. He sounds like an extreme emo guy reading a sad story. He even made the characters sound depressed. I couldn't finish listening. I had to stop and just read it myself. I'll never buy another audio book that he's narrating again! I wouldn't have given any stars for his performance but I had to give one to submit this review.
the book was good the narrator spoken monotone no emotion was lousy it was more like a robot was reading the book this person needs to get a new narrator to narrate her books
the story was good but the female main character was a little annoying. Overall I enjoyed the story. Narration I did not enjoy it at all. All women do not sound like Marilyn Monroe and the rest of the story was written as William Shatner portrays Captain Kirk on Star Trek. I probably would have enjoy the story a whole lot more with a more creative narrator.
I tried to give this book a five star rating but the fifth star wouldn't color up. I was lost in the story to the point of gasping. The reader was sexy as Adar and effective as the women. His performance kept me in the story, rather than taking me out to notice the mechanics. He did not overdramatize but told the story as a professional.
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