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Book 8 in the More Than Male series. Prequel to Book 1, Nyssa's Guardian.

Councilor Dekalia is lucky to be alive after a mysterious wormhole bomb scatters the contents of her living quarters to the far ends of the universe. The guardian commander wants her safe and sends her with Marax, one of his best primale supermen, to a remote ice world in protective custody.

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Dominating Dekalia

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Overview

Book 8 in the More Than Male series. Prequel to Book 1, Nyssa's Guardian.

Councilor Dekalia is lucky to be alive after a mysterious wormhole bomb scatters the contents of her living quarters to the far ends of the universe. The guardian commander wants her safe and sends her with Marax, one of his best primale supermen, to a remote ice world in protective custody.

Marax wants to finish the job quickly and get back to the war he's been forced to leave but Dekalia has escape on her mind. As a last resort, Marax treats the freewheeling fem to a spanking that ends up arousing them both to incendiary levels.

The real enemy is watching, and he is delighted. Soon a second wormhole bomb engulfs Dekalia and Marax, sending them on a journey of darkest desire and domination. They travel from an Old Earth speakeasy to a desert slave planet. A plot has been set in motion. The enemy wants a human baby-and Marax and Dekalia will give it to him at any cost.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419937361
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/23/2011
  • Series: More Than Male
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 338,556
  • File size: 504 KB

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  • Posted August 21, 2012

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    Not Bad

    Posted on Romancing the Book's blog
    Reviewed by Lori
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    This was a strangely good read with lots of sexual tension. The story takes place in the future and people are put in either the dominant group or the submissive group. The doms don’t sleep with other doms, only the submissives. Children aren’t born, they are created in a pod, using the best of the genes and are raised (not by parents), until adulthood.

    I really liked the sexual chemistry between Dekalia and Marax, who are both doms and aren’t supposed to be attracted to each other. I thought that the author had a really great story and I loved how Marax and Dekalia had to merge minds to help land their space craft and each could see into each other’s minds. It was a real bonding moment and showed each other that they really were human after all. I also really liked that you could pop a pill and see someone else’s memories.

    I wished some of these ideas were more fleshed out and further explored because they were really cool. The only problem I had was at the end. Ok, I don’t want to spoil any thing for anyone, and I’ll try, but there is this dream sequence thing happening that I’m still scratching my head over and am not sure what the point was. This was book 8 in the series and I have not read the other books so I’m not sure if reading the prior ones is necessary for full understanding. I enjoyed the book anyway and if you like futuristic stories, then read this book.

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