My people call me the Sex God, but I, Koviye of the Fellamana, am so much more. I read their every desire and satisfy them with a mere touch of my hands. I’m sworn to share my powers, and this thing humans call monogamy is biologically impossible for me, or so I thought until I met the human, Jenie, Lieutenant General in the rebellion against our mutual enemy determined to destroy us. Now, as though Jenie has some power over me, I cannot think of touching anyone but her.
I’ve dreamt of Koviye every night since I landed on this sex planet where every breath I take is an aphrodisiac to my blood. I am not fully human, I am part alien, and the planet has awakened my body’s instinct to find a mate. The next person I have sex with I will form an attachment for life, which is impossible for the Sex God. I have a rebellion to lead. Mating a polyamorous alien would ruin me. I can never have him, no matter how much I burn for him.
But I need his help. My best friend was taken prisoner by our enemies, the Ten Systems, and the only person with a ship fast enough to save her is Koviye. And all those dreams I’ve been having about him aren’t just dreams, he tells me. They’re real. He can dream walk, so if I can’t have him while I’m awake, at least I can have him in my dreams—as if that will ever be enough.
Each book in the Planet of Desire series is STANDALONE:
* Toxic Desire
* Captive Desire
* Stolen Desire
About the Author
Robin Lovett enjoys trips to alien worlds to avoid earthly things, like day jobs and housework. When not reading romance with her cat, she’s busy writing sexy books, which may or may not involve anti-heroes, aliens, or both, but almost always enemies-to-lovers. She’s a big fan of her husband who regards writing romance as far more important than practical things, like paychecks. Her favorite surprise in the world, or the universe, was finding out by some miracle other people want to read the same kind stories she loves to write.
You can reach her on Twitter @LovettRomance or on Facebook @LovettRomance to chat or share ideas about what to put in the next story.
Robin Lovett is the author of Stranger. She enjoys writing romance to avoid the more unsavory things in life, like day jobs, housework, and personal demons. Reading romance has always been her addiction of choice. When not writing or reading with her cat, she’s busy embracing untamable curly hair or adventuring into the outdoors with her husband. She loves chatting about life and romance on Twitter and Facebook, so don't be shy!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
By reading this book all I thought was this is a great script for some porn. I don't know it had an interesting plot but all it was was sex with an alien. So yeah I was satisfied that it was short because if there would be more it would be too much. So for all the lovers of SF erotica, this one is for you. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for NetGalley
A fun wonky read! Delightfully filled with fun nerdy alien life and steamy sex scenes. The characters are smart and funny. You will have fun trying to keep up as they chase bad guys while resisting the desire to rip each other’s clothes off.
This is book 3 in the Planet of Desire series. It can absolutely be read as a stand alone. After reading the blurb for this one, I was completely intrigued and couldn't wait to read it. But unfortunately for me, it fell flat. The writing itself is great. I just had an extremely hard time getting into the story. Something just didn't mesh for me between the main characters. I just had a really hard time finding any sort of connection to them. Like I said, the writing itself is good, I just couldn't connect with the story and characters. I had a hard time finishing it. But that's not to say that other's wouldn't thoroughly enjoy it. Just not for me unfortunately.
Stolen Desire is book three in the Planet of Desire series by Robin Lovett. This is my very first book by this author. I’ve been wanting to read this series for a long time now. I mean, a Planet of Desire. Who wouldn’t want to know more about that?! This says it can be read as a stand alone and as I said, I’ve not read any other books by this author. But even though all necessary details were provided, I do think I would have been able to jump into this easier if I had read the previous books. I just had to work a little harder with the details but I still really enjoyed this. Koviye lives on the planet Fellamana. He is one of a free loving species who inhabit this planet. The planet itself exudes some sort of toxin that enters the body and if regular sex isn’t experienced, it will slowly poison you. Koviye is special, though. He possesses the gift of healing touch. He is the only person on the planet with this ability. The species of this planet do not practice monogamy. They do feel great emotions but feel like sex is just part of their daily lives, experienced freely. But then Jenie came into Koviye’s life. Jenie is part of the rebellion against the Ten Systems Empire, a leader. She is half human and half Ulreya. Jenie’s Ulreya side chooses a mate for life and once her body has chosen that mate, having sex will form the bond. They mate for life. After landing on the planet, something about the toxin has awakened the mate bond in her body and her body has chosen Koviye. Jenie is well aware that he doesn’t believe in one mate. That it’s not in his DNA to be able to be monogamous. So she has to deny the bond. But the longer she is on the planet, the more painful denying what her body wants becomes. “My very being demands a partner, a lifelong mate. Which would be contrary to every goal I’ve ever had in my life. I am a military woman, a leader in the rebellion against the Ten Systems Empire. I have too many people depending on me. Taking time to indulge my alien sex fantasies isn’t on my to do list.” When one of Jenie’s partners in the rebellion is in grave danger, she needs to rescue her. Koviye insists on accompanying her on the mission. But being together in a very small spacecraft for an extended period of time might just be too much for them to be able to resist one another. “He could be my greatest pain. But he’s also been my truest pleasure.” This was really good. And it’s also hot as heck. I have to say that Koviye’s species is very well equipped for living on such a planet! It’s obvious, though, that there is a greater plan at work here. There is something pulling these two together. They fit together perfectly. But Koviye is needed on his planet due to his special ability and Jenie is needed to continue to work for the rebellion. Plus the fact that Koviye’s race isn’t supposed to be able to fall in love. Is this pair doomed before they even have the chance to be together? I don’t know if there will be further books in this series or not but I definitely am interested in checking out some of this author’s other work. If you enjoy this genre, I hope you’ll check this series out. Either start at the beginning or jump in like I did. Either way, I hope you enjoy it!