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Summary

The crew of the pirate ship, the Lovesick Fool, are worried about their navigator, Sentorr. He's obsessed with working, spending all his time on the bridge. It's not work the big blue alien is truly obsessed with, though.  

It's a female.   

Sentorr's convinced that Zoey, a female navigator on another pirate ship, is his mate. She won't show him her face, though, or agree to meet him. She's happy to have steamy, late-night conversations with him over comm channels, though.  

He's determined to find her and claim her, no matter what it takes. But when he does locate her and discovers that she's been lying to him about who - and what - she is, will he still love her?  

Or is the fact that Zoey's human too much for this blue-skinned male?  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Ruby Dixon (P)2019 Tantor

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Dull

Have enjoyed the other books by this author and narrated by Lloyd/Jackson, but sadly this one was dull. I couldn't get the interest to finish once the silliness of the "dating" started. I realize this is fantasy sci-fi, but it just was too much. DISAPPOINTING

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loved it

I loved this story and it was wonderfully narrated the characters were sassy and funny.

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Fab read

Really enjoyed this one, lots of lure and even some laugh-out-loud bits too. Recommend spending a credit for this one. Love Hollie Jackson narration, makes a real effort ❤️

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  • Sara
  • 21-09-19

Overall okay... but

She's the villain because she doesn't want to give up her life and the 3 men who raised her after saving her life? He never considers doing the same for her until he makes a last ditch effort saying he will, but it's clearly just a gesture provided he knew her brothers were going to convince her to go. I honestly thought he'd realize how selfish he was being and agree to stay with her and they'd merge the 2 crew's or something but no, ultimately she has to give up her life. This one could've been a favorite but ended up as my least favorite. Also, he was such an ass he wasted the time they did have instead of enjoying it because he was pouting that she wouldn't give up her life to be with him when he wasn't willing to do the same. I still really liked the hero overall though.

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  • Beckie
  • 23-08-19

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Not sure why Holly Jackson narrated like she did on this book. She usually does really well. The story is really good , I loved the kindle book that’s why I bought the audible. Is it just me that wish when there is duo narrators that the girl read all the female voices and the guys read all the male voices?

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  • TA
  • 18-07-21

The Best Story

This one was the best book of the series in my opinion; not so much victimhood in this story; I loved Zoey’s brother Adderon; all of her brother were pretty cool, but Adderon was a trip; I was hoping the crew of both ships would merge but this didn’t happen. Maybe a series starring Zoey’s brothers would be fun. Sentorr was also lovable. The banter between Sentorr and Zoey was so cute and so hot! This book was more upbeat, based on making hard choices and decisions rather than the usual victimhood. Narrators did a great job!

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  • C G Battle
  • 29-03-21

Blue Alien Romance

Put four blue aliens with four human females on an alien pirate space ship and you get a whole lot of romance. I am a fan of anyting by Ruby Dixon. Excellent writer of Alien Romance. Having Mason Lloyd ask one of the narrators is the icing on the cake
Check out the 4 book serie. 1st book is the "The Corsair's Captive".

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  • ReadingMad100
  • 17-08-20

Ok

This is the last book in the Corsairs series of 4. It’s a stand-alone, but includes characters from all four books. If you haven’t read the others, I do recommend them.

There’s a lot to like in this story such as the camaraderie of the characters from all four books, and there’s an opening left for a potential spin-off series. Also, narrators Hollie Jackson and Mason Lloyd do a first-class job bringing the characters to life.

The reason for my 2 stars is that I was unhappy about a decision regarding where this couple should live. Also, in this story, some details are told to us instead of shown. For example, as the book opens, the protagonists already have feelings for each other, having chatted and flirted over the airwaves off page. All the lead up to this connection is something I wish I’d experienced along with them, even if in flashbacks. On the other hand, the sex is shown in detail. I’m the type who wants to be shown the lead up to the characters falling in love. That way, the sex feels meaningful to me. Ruby Dixon is really good at writing the build-up when she does it. I missed it here.

This was an overall enjoyable set of 4 stories, but my personal favourites were stories 2 and 3.

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  • Lynette Weller
  • 12-02-20

good book

this is a good book. the previous books are better than this one. it was still a good book just not great.

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  • JodyL
  • 09-11-19

Great job!

This is a great series! I love Ruby Dixon books and listening to them makes them even more enjoyable.
I love both of these narrators. You can feel the emotions through their voices.
Senator finally finds his happy ever after. But there is room for more stories because we are introduced to three more characters.