Sunday, November 21, 2010

Review: Warflesh by Kim Knox

Warflesh
by: Kim Knox
ISBN# 9781419923999
$4.45 e-book
Ellora's Cave
Sci-Fi Erotica / Menage
Released: November 2009






Fina is warflesh, a genetically enhanced human diplomat that works for the government.  When normal negotiations fail, she steps into to achieve a more, sensual, solution.

When she's assigned the task of negotiating a trade agreement with Kian, leader of the Tir, she doesn't think anything of it.  Then she learns she must work with Jonathon, the man she's lusted after for years, but knew she could never have.

The Tir have a special spice water that the emperor wants.  Their price?  For Fina to participate in the Tir's erotic spring ceremony.  Jonathon's job is to protect Fina, but there's an ultimate reason he's there, one Fina doubts he'll enjoy, but knows she will.



This was a hot, quick sci fi story about a woman who's essentially a government prostitute.  Kim Knox has a great knack for taking a character, and by the end of the thirty pages or so, you feel like you know them.  The character interaction is amazing, and the world building was great, considering the time constrictions. 

This is my third Kim Knox book, and I plan on reading everything else she's written.  She's quickly climbing the ranks of my favorite sci fi romance authors.

Carla gives this book a

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