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It's not easy being a space pirate....
Actually, wait. Yes it is. It's keffing awesome.
The three va Sithai brothers - that's us - cruise the universe looking for abandoned ships, treasure, and other pirate ships to rob. Right now, we're on the hunt for the Buoyant Star, an abandoned cruiser rumored to have a massive treasure inside. The ship's been found at the edge of an ice field at the far reaches of space.
That treasure? About to be all ours. But the ship's not all that abandoned. The Star is crewed by a few lonely, attractive human females who are thoroughly grateful at being rescued....
Actually, wait. They're not grateful at all. They've set us a trap, and their leader, a beautiful human female named Jade, gives me a smile just before she captures me.
It's official. I'm in love.
Contains mature themes.
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I love Ruby Dixon
Ruby have knocked it out of the park again. Another blue alien finds his love in another human.
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Losing its shine.
I was pleased that Hollie Jackson and Mason Lloyd were back. The other narrators were good but when you get used to some narrators for stories, that's what you expect. Sorry authors and audiobook makers, it's tough to change. Anyway, unfortunately, it seems like Hollie Jackson and Mason Lloyd were a bit over Ruby Dixon's stories or I am over listening to them? I can't decide. The narration was flawless but without a soul. I can't help but wonder if that was because the story wasn't that great or if they quit doing Ruby Dixon titles because they were exhausted. I don't know, but this didn't really work for me. Or perhaps it's me. I'm over the same ol' same ol' because I know what's going to happen but Ms. Dixon mixing it up a bit just gets on my nerves because, beyond the pole dancer and the exiles in some other book, there's nothing really exciting happening. The stakes never seem high because no one ever dies in her books. It's like sexy Disney for adults and while a lot of people may never tire of it, I really think I am.
So to the story, this is from her Corsairs series which I always thought was the best. This follows the silly /wounded/ really clever but can't be bothered brother Aldarain and an overweight heroine. The only thing that would have made the book more cringeworthy is if she had been a virgin as well. As Ms. Dixon has never been one for facts making sense, you must overlook all of the hard science fiction, and I don't know it just wasn't for me. Everything seemed off with this book. I have nothing against overweight people but I had a really hard time believing that a woman who'd been without anything but a rationed amount of noodles for years on end and water could still be very overweight. But with what's going on in the US right now people can just make up their own realities regardless of biological truths, so if you still want to believe that character would be fat and not a malnourished individual. Fine. I think this might be my last Ruby Dixon. At least some of the 'science' in 'science fiction' must make sense and calorie intake isn't rocket science, but even that was wrong here. I'm just not into this anymore.
- Kirstin M. Lance
I simply love you ruby dixon.
i've listened to a lot of your other books like the whole ice planet barbarians series, the ice home series, and the series about the drakoni on earth and yeah i happened to notice your brief mention of the ice planet and the rift on earth and I LOVE those brief tie-ins. keep up the fabulous work