Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Review: Intimate Enemy by Jocelyn Modo

Intimate Enemy

by: Jocelyn Modo
$5.60 ebook
Ellora's Cave Publishing
Sci-Fi Erotica
Released: June 2012

Fleeing from her father and the arranged marriage she knows she won't survive, Azure's only hope is to find a man rumored to help women start a new life.  Arriving at the space station, she's stunned to realize her Intimate is here, the one man destined to complete her body, mind and spirit.  Scared, she tries to keep her distance.  She doesn't want any man to own her and hurt her, even if this one makes her body and soul yearn for him.  When they run into each other, they fall into bed, neither able to resist the mystic pull of fate.  But can Azure trust this man she just met with her heart, and more importantly, will he give her the freedom she so desperately wants?

Lone is wandering through the space station when he feels her.  The one woman destined to be his.  But a betrayal by a woman who should have loved him makes him unwilling to open his heart to anyone.  That is, until he meets her.  The chemistry is instant, and he wonders how he's lived without her all this time.  And when he finds out what kind of trouble she's in, he's more than willing to help her.  He knows she wants her freedom, but now that he's found his Intimate, there's no way he can ever let her go.

An Intimate is the equivalent to a soul mate, the one person who's supposed to be perfect for you.  It's an interesting concept, especially when you throw two people together who are destined to be, but want nothing to do with each other.  Add a crazy psychopathic father and lots of hot sex, and you get this book.  I would have liked to see this book a little longer.  I'm also hoping she writes more in this series.  There were enough side characters in the story to make it feasible.

Carla gives this book a

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