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Bightmares [Deep Space Mission Corps 2] (Siren Publishing Menage Amour)

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  • Posted April 12, 2011

    Fantastic Read

    Star Trekking across the universe on a five year mission with three smokin' hot men who just happen to love pleasuring you as well as each other.where do I sign up???

    Tymber Dalton has written the exciting follow-up to the very tantalizing Love At First Bight. In First Bight we met the bonded mates of the Tamora Bight: Aaron, Ford and Caph. Their crew grew by one when they hired and fell in love with Dr. Emilia Hypatia. There is a super surprising twist in First Bight that I won't reveal here but I highly suggest you read it to get the best understanding of references made in Bightmares. You honestly could read Bightmares as a stand alone but there is a lot of background regarding the both the men and Emi in book one as well as their courtship that sweetens the story.

    Bightmares also brings back several familiar faces including Emi's best friend, Donna and the crews of the Braynow Gaston and Kendall Kant. These two ships along with the Tamora Bight, join up to try and save a colony that has been stricken with an unknown virus. As the blurb suggests, Capt. Aaron Lucio of the Bight contracts the virus and it's a race against time to find a cause as well as cure.

    One of the elements of Bightmares that really impressed me is that for a Sci-Fi type book it wasn't overwhelming with the tech talk. Ms. Dalton did a beautiful job of creating the futuristic setting without making the reader feel like they needed to call the Geek Squad to understand what they were reading. While the details didn't get overly techy I was totally drawn into the setting as well as the plot. Ms. Dalton builds the tension at a steady pace that carries the reader along on the crew's journey to the Aroykin Colony. While the relationship between the men and Emilia was established in First Bight there's room for growth that is clearly developed in Bightmares.

    If you like a little, or a whole lot, of sci-fi with your ménage adventures, you won't want to miss this exciting first mission of the Tamora Bight or her crew. I don't know if there is a planned follow-up to this book since Ms. Dalton paired up the crews of the Braynow Gaston and Kendall Kant but this reviewer for one would love to read an extended version of how Donna takes the starch out the regulation loving Kendall Kant crew. I'll definitely be watching Ms. Dalton's works in progress list to see what she offers up next.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2013

    Verrrry good!

    Read 3 of the 4 in the series and they get better and better!

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