Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Review: Kidnapping Casey by Laurann Dohner

ebook, 130 pages
Published January 29th 2010 by Ellora's Cave Publishing
ISBN 13: 9781419924552
Source: Purchased for self
Genre: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
Series: Zorn Warriors, book #2
Best read in order: could work as a stand-alone
Stars: 5
Flames: 5

I love language barriers in romances. I think they are extremely sexy. I love reading the couple jump through hoops to get the other to understand what the other wants. Argernon has decided to explore Earth while his fellow Zorn men are looking for willing female Earthlings to take home with them. He had no intentions of seeking one of the tiny weak looking pale humans. The problem is that once he sees Casey he knows that he has to take her home with him.

Casey is running through the woods behind her property trying to escape an inevitable arrest. Her ex just isn’t taking no as a satisfactory answer. He’s the sheriff and has decided abusing his badge to get his ex back is acceptable. Casey is a bit shocked when Bigfoot becomes her would be rescuer.

Did I mention I LOVE language barriers? Argernon and Casey are getting along just fine sexually. She’s a bit shocked that Bigfoot is sexing her up, but hey it’s the best sex of her life and she is not complaining. Her complaints come when they board his ship (which happens to have translators) and he informs her that he is kidnapping her to his home planet. Argernon’s little forgetful slip ups don’t stop there and they keep him in the doghouse. He has a solution to that problem though. He just keeps Casey in a state of sexual bliss to make her forget he should be in the doghouse.

I loved Casey and Argernon. They were fun to read. Between the Bigfoot confusion, the accidental kidnapping, the surprises he has waiting at home, the reader just never knows where the next bumble in this couple happily ever after will fall next. 

The first book in this series is free right now on Amazon.com, go download 

1 comment:

  1. LOL...I never read any of hers, but Laurann Dohner seems to write really "interesting" books. I'm intrigued... smiles!