Review: Codename Autumn: Undercover Embassy, Book One
By: Aubrey Ross
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Format: ebook, 86 pages
In a future where woman have bleak future with minimal choice, Autumn chooses the path of sex. Her choice is the road destined only for men’s pleasure. When she is left bound, beaten and hanging after a whipping her savior comes in the form of General Ra’jen Noirte, of the occupation army. His healing touch awakens what she never thought she would feel, desire, but little does she know that he feels the same way.
He soon suspects she may be hiding something from him, but he has secrets as well. With Earth’s future on the line, these two forge bond that will save more than just man-kind.
As a sci-fi short story, the author wove a complex story full of passion, political unrest and mystery. The characters and plot were original and grabbed ahold from the first page. Codename Autumn is the first in a series of four and has piqued my interest to finish reading the series.
Michele gives this book