Friday, April 7, 2017

Stolen by the Space Pirate (Ruby Robbins Sexy Space Odyssey #2) by Nina Croft

Stolen by the Space Pirate
by Nina Croft

My rating: 2 stars

Series: Ruby Robbins Sexy Space Odyssey - Book 2
Publisher: Entangled: Scorched (April 10, 2017)
Publication Date: April 10, 2017
Genre: Scifi Erotica
Print Length: 83 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

A few days ago, in a galaxy right here...

The earth faces total annihilation and one young woman signs up for a mission to rescue humanity. Only she ends up getting rescued herself, by a gorgeous space pirate. And the sex is out of this world!

After a brief, but magical interlude with a couple of stunningly gorgeous space pirates, Ruby is back with the slavers, and her mission is on target. Now all she has to do is stay out of trouble, be a good little slave, and let her tracking device lead her allies from Earth straight to the slavers’ center of operations. Hopefully, before anything really nasty happens.

Protecting Ruby is becoming a habit for Space Pirate, Killian Sharpe. When he learns the slavers’ final destination, he knows there’s more at stake than just Ruby’s mission to save mankind. Because he’s going home. This time, saving Ruby might cost him his life…

 Stolen by the Space Pirate 
(Ruby Robbins Sexy Space Odyssey #2) by Nina Croft

Stolen by the Space Pirate (Ruby Robbins Sexy Space Odyssey, #2)Ruby has been primped, primed, plucked, prodded, pinched and pierced all to go on the slave auction block. Purchased by the alien, lesbian, royal leader, Ruby feels this couldn’t be nearly as bad as being the sex slave to a male, but was she correct? As she tries to remain on target for her mission and hopes that her rescue plan is still in place, diminish, Killian manages to keep an eye on her from afar.

Nina Croft’s STOLEN BY THE SPACE PIRATE continues Ruby’s desperate attempt to save mankind, and I for one, think she has what it takes to do it, but we never really find out as she too easily finds sex with Killian important enough to stop everything for. Their interludes in themselves almost got comical and a little silly, but entertaining and yes, clearly Nina Croft has meant this series to be outer space erotic Sexcapades, not an in-depth tale with a great plotline. More the pity.

My biggest problem with book 2 is that erotica is supposed to tease, excite, and entertain when it is done right. No one should EVER be raped, even if it is by a lesbian alien or forced to perform sexual acts that do not bring pleasure to all. I was sickened by the thought that someone would be turned on by such brutality.

It was only the action that followed at the end that barely redeemed this tale in my eyes.

I received an arc edition from Entangled, at their request in exchange for my honest review.

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