Title: Sultan of Sinn
A galactic space romp…
Toss together the sexy, headstrong ruler of the hedonistic planet of Sinn, her bisexual husband with a streak of jealousy, her equally covetous Earthling ex and trouble with her diabolical brother set on revenge. Results? Galactic chaos ensues amid a threesome love affair so hot, it reignites the Big Bang from the Mordron Galaxy all the way to Earth.
Inside Scoop: One of our threesome discovers he likes the touch of a man. A lot.
A Romantica® futuristic/scifi erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
Publisher’s Note: This book was published elsewhere in 2012.
Author: Titania Ladley
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Double Team Her
Published: April 10, 2012
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
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YOWZA!!! (Fanning myself) I just finished reading Sultan of Sinn. This is one sizzling hot book. The blurb really does not do this book justice. Without giving too much away:
Vanya is the current Sultana of the planet Sinn – where polyandry is the norm and not the exception. Vanya’s brother, Vulcor, feels he should be Sultan and wants revenge against his sister. There’s only one man, Wulfgor, who can help her defeat her brother only he is still irked about her marriage to Zane. Wulfgor is hunting Vulcor for destroying Earth and agrees to help out Vanya any way possible. And how do they defeat him? By having sex…lots and lots of sex. Yes, there’s a reason why but you’ll have to read the book to find out why.
But I digress so let me get back to how sizzling HAWT this book is. Vanya and Zane are both very attractive characters but I found Wulfgor is the hunkster to this story. Who can resist a man in a uniform…even if it is a spacesuit! The sex consists of M/F, M/F/M and M/M action. Despite the sex being some seriously lip biting action, I found author Titania Ladley presented M/M sex very tastefully.
So if you are looking for a smoldering hot read with lots of action (in and out of the bedroom) look no further than Sultan of Sinn.
I was provided a copy of the book for purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review in any way and the opinions of this review are all mine.