Review: Voodoo ‘n’ Vice (Galactic Alliance #3) by K.C. Burn

June 9, 2014 Review 0

Review: Voodoo ‘n’ Vice (Galactic Alliance #3) by K.C. Burn

After nearly causing a galactic incident, fleet captain Gideon Arcturus is disgraced, demoted and exiled with nothing to do but pass the time at a seedy club on seedier planet Elora Ki. It's no place for a straight-laced soldier, but following the rules is what got him there in the first place. When he meets a mesmerizing fire dancer, he'd do anything to get close to the flame.

Tai doesn't date customers—it's far too dangerous for a man who was once for sale. But the shy, awkward Gideon entices him, and the two spend Gideon's leave tangled together, neither knowing the passion that stirs within them won't soon subside.

When a violent drug lord forces Tai back into slavery, Tai has no choice but to give up his new love. But when Gideon learns that Tai's fate lies with those who brought about his own ruin, he'll need to revisit his own difficult past in order to save them both.

Title: Voodoo 'n' Vice
Author: K.C. Burn
Series: Galactic Alliance
Published by Carina Press
Source: Publisher
Published: 26 May 2014
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Male Male Romance, Military Romance, Science Fiction
Pages: 179
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames
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Voodoo ‘n’ Vice by K.C. Burn was so much more than exotic dancer meets military man, they get together and eventually fall in love- Voodoo ‘n’ Vice told of sexual awareness, being true to yourself and staying the course and things will fall into place. Gideon is a galactic captain, currently on forced leave after being at the center of a debacle concerning the Ankylos emperor ‘s son and his mate ( Aliens ‘n’ Outlaws). While on sabbatical, Gideon encounters the gorgeous and mysterious Tai, exotic fire starter dancer. The two men are smitten with each other and eventually decide a night of togetherness is in order.

Ms. Burn wrote of a timid Gideon, not shy in personality but leery of being bitten after his last disastrous transgression. I actually found Gideon a strong character with an exuberant personality, who just needed the right man to come along and demonstrate what a real relationship could be.

Tai’s portrayal manifested itself into a self-assured young man with baggage, but a determination of spirit shone through even in times of danger.

The secondary characters and the reoccurrence of previous characters enhanced the overall and ongoing story of the capture of Tony Almeda. May we look forward to a book between Del and Sven? This reviewer sure hopes so.

Not your typical science fiction, an adventure and love story for any lover of a great tale.




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