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Overlord (Fringe #2)

3.74  ·  Rating Details ·  61 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
His planet is his prison...and only she can set him free.

After a year, Michael "Overlord" Parker finally knows who's been pilfering his black market goods. Astonishingly, the elusive Bandit of Taiga isn't a man. It's a woman, an infuriating spitfire who's half in love with Michael's overly romanticized reputation.

Remarkably Average Mary exudes an intoxicating scent that Mi
Kindle Edition, 309 pages
Published February 27th 2011 by Samhain Publishing
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Laurie Garrison
Overlord is pure explosive! Yep, the hero and heroine are full of explosive complications between each other and themselves. I really loved the beginning and the ending, but with all the back and fourth between these two it dragged in the middle for me. You get two tortured characters along with danger, adventure, hot sexual tension and some great sex.

Even with the back and forth relationship this book, it’s very well written, the dialogue and story are very compelling and fun at times. The her
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Captive or captor? Sometimes the lines blur when matters of the heart take over.

Take Remarkably Average Mary No Last Name, or so she’d been dubbed since a very young age. There’s nothing average about this kick-ass chick. An expert thief with a colorful vocabulary and the fighting skills of any trained assassin, she’s got a knack for scaring off any would-be bounty hunters and undermining even the most advanced security defenses, inc
May 04, 2011 Kate rated it it was amazing
It's the second book? I wouldn't have guessed, so obviously each book in the series stands alone just fine. I really loved the character of Mary--she didn't wilt the way a lot of strong heroines do when they fall in love. The world building was fun--I miss Firefly and this had enough echoes of that so I felt at home.

Occasionally I thought "hey, haven't they gone over this already?" And I got impatient with the characters (especially when Michael started to feel sorry for himself) but then they
Jul 14, 2012 Linda rated it it was amazing
Overlord is a fantastic second book in The Fringe Series. I was hooked from the very start with the back and forth between Remarkably Average Mary and Michael "Overlord" Parker and I found this new world fascinating. Anitra has the ability to make the reader feel like they are actually there along with the hero and heroine and experience what they experience. With humor, a unique plot and great characters Overlord is a definite must read!!!
Jun 27, 2012 Alix rated it liked it
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I think after the first one (maybe reading back to back to back was a mistake?) I didn't enjoy this one as much, but still a solid three stars.

I found I didn't like/connect with this pair of characters like I did with the first book, so maybe that's why. But the storyline was definitely attention grabbing (though admittedly repetitive at times) and definitely introduced a couple of characters I'm intrigued to know more about (helllllllllllo Nash).

Moving on to number three!
May 09, 2011 gert rated it liked it
weird. i crazy-loved the first book. and was chomping at the bit for the overlord's story - since we meet him in the first book.

just meh. heroine could have been kick-ass if we didn't have to go through all that h/h misunderstandings shit. i hate that device, i really do. it makes everyone look dumb. i don't like dumb. i like kick-ass.
Jul 11, 2012 Caitlin rated it did not like it
Eh, I didn't like this quite as much as the first in this series (although they are stand alone novels). Mostly, it was a bit overlong for what it was and not as exciting as it could have been. Maybe a little more action and a little less wandering around the house talking?
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Really liked characters and world building. The romance was a slow building but very hot!
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