Today I am reviewing three books by T.J. Land published by Nine Star Press
The Captain's Men (Adrift #1) by T. J. Land 3*
The Prayer and her crew have been lost in space for four years. Thomas is lonely and homesick; Zachery is angry and mutinous; Rick is just terrified. And all of them are really in need of a fuck.
The only thing holding them together is their captain, an aloof, sharp-tongued man whose methods of keeping up morale are unconventional, but extremely effective. But now the captain has a choice to make: do they continue their fruitless search for a way home or try to start a new life in this strange galaxy?
The Captain's Encounter (Adrift #2) by T. J. Land 3*
The captain’s luck is finally changing. After four years of being lost in space, his starship, The Prayer, has found an inhabitable planet to land on. The whole crew—and his lovers Thomas, Rick, and Zachery in particular—are happy to set foot on terra firma again, not least because the planet comes with plenty of trees to hide behind for those...intimate occasions. But the fertile landscape hides a secret. When the captain finds himself abducted by an alien life form, he’s got limited time to get back to his crew before they succumb to infighting. Only the alien is so very attractive…
The Captain’s Calamity by T. J. Land 3*
Having welcomed an alien into his crew and his bed, the captain has more than enough to worry about without the looming threat of a birthday he’d rather forget. It’s just as well that his ship develops a catastrophic malfunction and crash lands before anyone can ask him how old he’s turning. But his good luck only lasts so long; when he and his men follow Rux to an abandoned city in search of replacement parts so they can effect repairs, one disaster follows another. Worse yet, Zachery, the captain’s most headstrong lover, is developing a crush on the one member of the crew he really shouldn’t...
My Review: I was given these books by the publishers in exchange for an honest review. I was going to post these all separately but after reading all three books I realised they were more like one long book broken into parts. They really need to be read in order as each book builds on the story of the previous one. Now down to my opinion of the books. Well they were a quick enjoyable read that were quite full of polyamorous sex scenes. I found that as each book progressed more depth was added to the characters. The main thing I liked about the books was the fun that seemed to permeate throughout the stories. I highly recommend these books to anyone who likes hot sex scenes, over the top space romps, and a taste of fun in their reading.
T.J. Land is a South African writer of erotic romance and, sometimes, other things. She loves astronomy without understanding the first thing about it, and she insists that the Horsehead Nebula does not look anything like a horse. She thinks your hair is cute.
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