The Commander's Woman

The Commander's Woman

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by Opal Carew
     
 

Attraction is easy. Trust is like reaching for the stars.

Celestial Soul-Mates, Book 2

Eva’s anticipation of a free Bona Vista Resort getaway is as sweet as the welcome mixer cocktail in her hand. When she steps aboard a VIP elevator, though, she ends up a whole lot farther away than expected. An alien spaceship, loaded with

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Attraction is easy. Trust is like reaching for the stars.

Celestial Soul-Mates, Book 2

Eva’s anticipation of a free Bona Vista Resort getaway is as sweet as the welcome mixer cocktail in her hand. When she steps aboard a VIP elevator, though, she ends up a whole lot farther away than expected. An alien spaceship, loaded with twosomes, threesomes—and more—having lusty sex at the drop of a zipper.

Worse, they’re trying to sell her on the idea that the mouthwateringly hot first officer is her soul-mate. While Commander Larson Raa-ling makes her knees weak, she’s not buying. In her experience, men want only one thing from women, and it’s not everlasting love.

Larson easily senses his soul-mate’s desire for him, but it’s trapped inside her lovely body like a caged bird. Only patience will win her trust. Every time his touch draws her one step forward, though, she withdraws two steps back.

Eva tries desperately to remember her vow to never again surrender control. But as Larson chips away at her defenses one sensual pebble at a time, her resistance is crumbling by the second…

Warning: The author is not responsible for heart palpitations brought on by anticipation, suspense and smoking-hot sex. These aliens have talents that fit every woman’s needs—literally. ’Nuff said.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609285098
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
08/09/2011
Series:
Celestial Soul-Mates , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
76
Sales rank:
193,103
File size:
888 KB

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The Commander's Woman 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There’s no story line it’s a scene that should been described in one chapter rather the whole book. The characters did not seem real. Will not read this author again. I would not get this book even if it was free!!! I feel riped off.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The main female character has trust issues because her ex-husband cheated on her. The main male character "proves" his love by offering NOT to have sex with another woman, (a favor he is doing for a friend) but she has to tell him not to do it, thereby forcing her to admit she loves him. He had already told her he loved her before they had spent 5 minutes together and they are "soulmates". Then the main female character watches them together, does a complete 180 about infidelity and suddenly joins their party. I adore romantice erotica but this doesnt qualify as romantic. Wish this hadnt been represented as such.
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Nook64 More than 1 year ago
Lame read
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LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Eva thinks she's won a much needed vacation, what she's actually found is her soul-mate who just happens to be an alien. The Commander's Woman is Ms. Carew's second entry into her Celestial Soul-Mates series. She does a good job introducing the premise to those who, like me, didn't read the first book. In the beginning we meet the five women who will likely each have a story about them. Eva is looking forward to a much needed vacation from work and the stress of divorcing her lousy jerk of an ex-husband. Eva's in a rebuilding phase and isn't looking for a man to fill any gaps in her life. Not surprisingly, when Eva meets her soul-mate she has trust issues. She wasn't looking for any man, and her inner fight between lust and trust is pitch-perfect. I did question the circumstances that made her suddenly decide she loved her soul-mate. Commander Larson Raa-ling is a loving, patient, and mouth-watering hunk of a man. He understands his mate's issues and tries to help her through them. He uses sexually creative means to gain her trust; including letting Eva have her way with him. I didn't get to know Larson as well as Eva, but I did think he was a little too good to be true. For all of Eva's doubts and mixed messages, he only had one angry moment. I wanted the Commander to be a little more commanding to help Eva get through her issues. The sex between Eva and Larson is wickedly hot. Restraints and toys are used, but this is not a BDSM book. With Eva's permission he has sex with another woman that turns into a mouth-watering ménage. Larson also has an adjustable penis that made for interesting sex scenes, and made intercourse super-hot, while the oral sex made me laugh. Watching Larson's loving patience with Eva's inner journey from lust to trust is touching. For a quick, hot and stimulating read The Commander's Woman is sure to please. Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews