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Monday, August 10, 2009
Review - Nothing Left to Lose by India Masters
Title: Nothing Left to Lose
Author: India Masters
Publisher: Loose ID
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Rating: You Want to Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
Carmel Bastion is a living, breathing symbol of an interstellar rebellion—the only living child of renowned freedom fighters. Once a shining example of honor and duty, Darr Handel is awaiting death for the crimes of treason and conspiracy to commit terrorist acts.
Locked in a small room with the woman, Darr can't believe his luck. Not only is she heart-stoppingly beautiful, but Carmel has a foolproof plan to break him out of prison—if he'll agree to two conditions. First, he must help her rescue her parents, and second, he must help train and lead soldiers as part of the rebellion.
Darr has no problem accepting Carmel's conditions but he has a couple of his own: when and if they have the emperor in custody, the tyrannical sonofabitch is his. More importantly, Carmel will be his, for however long it takes to defeat the enemy, starting now.
Sometimes love is what happens when there's nothing left to lose.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, ménage (m/f/m, f/m/f with f/f interaction).
India Masters can write a steamy story. Throughout the entire story it is hot and racy. The story line itself is a good one. I love that Carmel is a strong and independent woman. Darr is the bad boy she falls in love with. I love the twists of finding family members and the traitor. I kind of saw that coming, but I had hopes it wouldn't. I do wish that the story would have been filled out more. The story resolved Carmel rescuing her parents, but I wanted Thadd to be taken down at the end. Maybe Ms. Masters will write another novel that includes taking down Thadd. The story is worth reading!