The Corsair’s Captive (Corsairs #1) by Ruby Dixon

SYNOPSIS

A pirate doesn’t ask for permission – he takes. 36209818._SY475_

When I see the delicate human female collared and enslaved by the smuggler I’m about to swindle, I do what any male would do.

I take her from him. It’s what I do best, after all.

Now Fran’s mine, and I’m never giving her up. On board my spaceship, she’ll be safe. She’ll wear my clothes, eat my food, and sleep in my bed. I’ll keep her safe from a galaxy that wishes her harm. But my sweet Fran wants nothing more than to return to Earth. How can I take her home when she holds my heart in her dainty, five-fingered hands?

MY REVIEW

5 ‘little one’ StarsGreen and Gray Typographic Beauty and Fashion Business Card-4

Ruby Dixon has fast become one of my favorite authors. I’m not entirely done with the Ice Planet Series, but when I read the blurb for this book, I one-clicked it and devoured it. It was a quick and sweet read, and I enjoyed every second of it.

Kivian, our sexy, pirate hero, is the captain of his ship, Dancing Fool, and along with his three companions, they plan to rob crystals off one of their contacts. Only plans change the moment he sees a human woman, chained and collared, and he feels possessiveness towards her.

Fran, our heroine, has been sold as a slave for a ‘frog’ looking alien, who she names Froggy. She’s been abducted from the earth just like the heroines in the previous series. Fern has been treated like trash since she woke up, starved, and tired.

But then she’s rescued by a pirate.

Their relationship starts out as friends and develops into them becoming mates. Kivian was very patient with Fern and didn’t rush her, which I loved. And Fern was also a very likable character.

“We can’t do this,” I tell her, caressing her cheek with my thumb. “It’s not right.”
“What’s not right about it? We haven’t even gotten to the tongues yet.”
Tongues? Have mercy.

I’m very excited about the other books in this series.

 

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