Legion

  • Title: Legion
  • Author: Angelique Anjou
  • ISBN: 9781603941488
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
  • Legion As certain as Anya was that the being who called himself Legion was dangerous than any force in the universe she found herself falling unwillingly beneath the spell of seduction he wove around her s
    As certain as Anya was that the being who called himself Legion was dangerous than any force in the universe, she found herself falling unwillingly beneath the spell of seduction he wove around her, struggling uselessly against his determination to win her as his mate.Expanded from the novella, Pleasure Master previously released in the anthology Phoenix Rising II.

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    About Angelique Anjou


    1. Also known as Kaitlyn O ConnorBorn on a bayou, Angelique Anjou s roots are cajun, but she makes her home now in the foothills of the Smokies, where she lives with her husband and son As a late blooming Trekkie, science fiction and fantasy are the tales she cut her teeth on, and the genres, next to romance, that are most dear to her heart.


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    1. Good, good book. Anya is on a space station when a torpedo looking thing is coming straight at them. Inside is Legion, an alien that is searching for other aliens anything like him because he's the sole survivor from his planet. Well, that's not true his hated twin brother Zavier also survived but Legion doesn't count him. They both think Anya's the only one for them. Cute story, reminds me a little of the Cyborg books by this author under Kaitlyn O'Connor with the guys beating the shit out of e [...]

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    2. This book has everything I like:✓ sci-fi theme - check!✓ action - check!✓ aliens - check!✓ paranormal creatures (com'on they have SUPER POWERS!) - double check!✓ heroine with backbone - check!✓ sweet story (with story line) - check!✓ AND LOTS AND LOTS OF NAUGHTY PARTS? check-finity!The judgement?The wheel is slowing down and between the book-murmur a "ka-ching" sounds, suddenly all we can hear is the winner's alarm ringing and everybody screaming "JACKPOOOOT!"

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    3. My thoughts on this book:- all the men who had any significant part in this book are assholes, making the heroes seem reasonable and innocent in comparison- forced mating and pregnancy, they "persuaded" her using sex *cue eye roll*- we know absolutely nothing about the aliens' world, and almost nothing about Earth as it is in this book- the sex scenes are rather repetitive until the mating- the dream scenes are uncomfortably close to rape+ the heroes, while being twins, are not carbon copies of [...]

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    4. You know, this was a good book by KO but I just didn't like the story! I did 't like the first 75% of it then I started to like it and I'm not sure why. SLIGHTLY spoilerish review.Quick Rundown: Doctor/Scientist Chickez, I can't even write a quick rundown on this because it would spoil too much.Characterization: Pretty good. I liked the chick and the secondary characters were well done as always. But, I didn't like the 2 Dudes in the book toward the very end when they got their issues worked out [...]

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    5. I never connected with the main characters. I found them distant and never felt any chemistry between them. The supposedly spicy sex scenes were nothing special and the end felt hurried and a bit too neatly tied up.

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    6. 2.5 starsThis was okay at first, but once the secondary male character was introduced, it just got cheesy. I really never understood why Legion and Anya were attracted to each, besides the fact that they were good looking. There was no spark, IMO. This book is rated Carnal, but the sex scenes were tepid at best.

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    7. Also published as "Lords of Mayhem" by Kaitlyn O'Connor

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    8. a good premise but I got a head ache reading all that internal dialogue and ended up skimming the last quarter of the story.

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