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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    terrific futuristic erotic science fiction police procedural romance

    New Brooklyn peace control officers Shaina McCullough and Brent Tyson are attracted to one another, but deny it hiding behind rationalizations. However, they are to work together undercover at the notorious Executor¿s Palace on lawless Syrius Six, known as the Pleasure Planet in order to rescue the kidnapped child of the Chancellor from who knows what depravation that sexual slave trading brings. Shaina is to masquerade as a wealthy mistress while Brent will be her obedient love slave. Both law enforcement officials have mixed feelings about their teaming up on this assignment though he has mentored her in the past. Shaina thinks she will have her way with the hunk and get him out of her system Brent plans to teach his former top student just who is in charge though he knows he wants her with all his soul or at least one body part. On the Pleasure Planet, they make love in various ways as if each knows this may be their last act together as danger mounts. --- This is a terrific futuristic erotic science fiction police procedural romance. The key to this merging of three genres is Syrius Six seems genuine as a place where money can buy any decadent thing imaginable enabling the slave trade to thrive. The lead couple is a wonderful pairing whether they are bonding over bondage while trying to rescue the child. Evangeline Anderson provides an exciting thriller escorting her audience to the delights and debauchery of THE PLEASURE PALACE. --- Harriet Klausner

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