Enslaved by a Rogue

Enslaved by a Rogue

Anitra Lynn McLeod / May 29, 2020

Enslaved by a Rogue Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Sci Fi Romance M M HEA He was enslaved before they even met Acerith V para lived a life of luxury never questioning the source of his father s ri

  • Title: Enslaved by a Rogue
  • Author: Anitra Lynn McLeod
  • ISBN: 9781627400091
  • Page: 352
  • Format: ebook
  • Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Sci Fi Romance, M M, HEA He was enslaved before they even met Acerith V para lived a life of luxury never questioning the source of his father s riches When he finds out, he s horrified and rebels But going rogue is no easy path On Ven, a father holds ultimate power over his children When he finds Acerith he punish Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Sci Fi Romance, M M, HEA He was enslaved before they even met Acerith V para lived a life of luxury never questioning the source of his father s riches When he finds out, he s horrified and rebels But going rogue is no easy path On Ven, a father holds ultimate power over his children When he finds Acerith he punishes him by sending him to certain death.As a civil engineer, Jeremy Barrington was happy with his life He had interesting work that took him all over the US, giving him plenty of opportunities to meet hot guys But something was missing When he finds himself enslaved to a monster, he also finds someone worth dying for.Compelled to save Jeremy, Acerith gets the surprise of his life when Jeremy s initial reaction to him is one of fear But once they work together to protect another, their attraction is overwhelming With three groups of aliens hot on their heels, the question is just how far are they willing to go to obtain freedom

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      • Anitra Lynn McLeod

        Reading, writing, and white water rafting are the three things I enjoy the most I am currently working on the next novels for my Onic Empire series and my Fringe series Please visit me at AnitraMcLeod or fan me at facebook pages Anitra


    813 Comments

    1. Continuing with two characters mentioned in the previous book, this story developed in a somewhat unexpected direction. Which is exactly why I liked it a lot! But more than explaining what was going on with Acerith in the previous book, this story also introduces his species, the Venians, in more detail and they have some fascinating cultural and biological traits which come in very handy in this book. Jeremy, you might remember, is the guy whom Camden saw running just before he was stolen by th [...]


    2. Oh boy(view spoiler)[ I was a little disappointed about how this story turns out. The male alien breastfeeding the baby and start feeling hormonal and very emotionally sensitive???? if that wasn't bad enough,his breast starting to get bigger to make the breastfeeding easier.I want my hot black alien as the beginning of the story, latter he becomes too much like a woman for me .This story wasn't my favourite for sure. (hide spoiler)]




    3. เราเขียนรีวิวพวกนี้ หลังจากอ่านจบ 9 เล่ม แล้วแล้วก็สรุปได้ว่า ควรอย่างยิ่งที่จะต้องอ่านตามลำดับไป ตามลิสต์นี้ /series/8998 จริงๆอ่านเดี่ยวๆก็อาจจะพอเข้าใจได้นะคะ แต่ถ้าอ่านตามลำดับ ม [...]


    4. This is another that is restoring my faith in this series!! Totally loved it! This couple is unique, introduces new species, and is in no way typical of the 'norm'.Have to admit I was a bit nervous when finding out we have Acerith going after Jeremy, Carver's fellow death by explosion victim. What we get is 3 different species becoming a family, with a baby pulling them together. Upon discovering all the attributes that makes up Acerith (some details glossed over in previous book) and proves tha [...]


    5. Just a quick note on this particular book of the series:The series have been pretty good for me so far, given that I like a) the creativity of the aliens involved and b) the writing is a small cut above the usual Siren fare.The problem with this book though, is that the first two chapters were all flashback, and not just flashback, but badly written flashback. It reads like the beginning of a new episode: "Previously in the Sold! series" and then it goes on forever.This is awful for two reasons. [...]


    6. 3.5 StarsThere was less humor in this than in the previous stories (considering the MC's were running for their lives). Sex scenes seem to be requirement in Siren books and I am OK with that but I felt Acerith and Jeremy were mated in an inappropriate time and place. They were on the run and they had Jerith with them. (view spoiler)[They did it in a lake("small patch of water") and out in the open with the baby basket left near the bank. (hide spoiler)]. Other than that detail, I found the rest [...]


    7. This is definitely a gender bending book. Dont get too comfortable in the roles of the MCs bc they change rapidly and repeatedly. Id say this book is more like a 3.5. It was nice to experience a new alien race and learn about a few others in the process. The epilogue was completely unnecessary and could be removed. There was also a couple references about a character not being as "manly" as he could have been simply because he had never been on the giving end during sex. I found that a little of [...]


    8. I really liked the added creation of a family in this story. The adaptability of each member to the other also made this book very unique in the series, opening the door to other possibilities. (On a side note, I think the Widdles are my new favorite species.)


    9. This book was not my kind of book. The sexual changes didn't sit well to me I love this serie, but could skip this book easily.


    10. Enjoyable story. Loved Acerith's biology. I think there was more to the story, but I will end up re-reading it anyway.



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