Warlord's Bounty

I found this to be a delightfully quick hot read. The sexual chemistry between Zeta and Khan was instant and I personally liked his dominant character towards Zeta, as well as his amusement toward her protestations. She was his and he knew it, and was going to have fun proving it to her. Zeta put up a semblance of resistance but her heart wasn’t in it since Khan owned it from the start. Zeta’s dedication to her cause was admirable, as was Khan’s. I was relieved neither had to disappoint those that counted on them.

Zeta is a loner by definition but harbors a secret longing for family. She fills the void by helping young orphans get off the streets and steer them away from prostitution and drug abuse. She finances her mission by bounty hunting and has a rep for being ruthless. When she takes on the bounty for Khan, though, she has a hard time following through. Their chemistry is immediate and she finds herself falling for the fierce warrior. Khan feels the same and leaves her no choice but to submit to him, a secret desire of Zeta’s. Can there be a happy ending?


Book Blurb for Warlord's Bounty

The bigger the bounty, the more dangerous the fugitive.

Khan, a Chamele warlord, has a huge bounty on his head. His enemy is willing to pay an outrageous amount to secure him. Khan wants to be apprehended, especially if the bounty hunter is a particular brown-eyed female with razor-sharp daggers and an even sharper tongue. He’ll allow her to subdue him sexually, his passion and prowess not inhibited by restraints, and when she collects her bounty, he’ll collect his revenge, killing his enemy and claiming his little bounty hunter forever.

Zeta doesn’t do forever. She captures the worst scum in the galaxy and trades them for credits. Khan is fierce and sexy and the most dominant male she’s ever encountered, but he’s also a fugitive. Once she sates herself with his body, she’ll betray him. That’s her job.


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2013 4.00