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Planet Mail (Mail Call #1)

3.52  ·  Rating Details ·  1,078 Ratings  ·  78 Reviews
As far as job hazards go, Douglass Fraser didn't think crash-landing on an alien planet and spending her recuperation being erotically pleasured by three gorgeous men was in the United Planetary Parcel Service's courier handbook. There certainly wasn't a section on what to do when a very sexy king wants you to have his baby and save his world. Marcus Blood Axe isn't only a ...more
ebook, 146 pages
Published July 5th 2006 by Ellora's Cave
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Mary: Harry Dresden's Love Slave
Menage scenes don't bother me at all. What bothered me was that 1: they played with her while she was unconscious and recovering from her injuries. Creepy and not cool. 2: As a mother, if I was stranded somewhere apart from my kid-I for darn sure wouldnt' be having all that sex. I'd be desperately trying to get back to my kid. She doesn't even tell the hero that she has a son until almost through the whole book. Then it's like "oh you have a son, we should do more to get back home to him" after ...more
I gave this book a 3 stars because I did like it. It was almost too hot for me if you can believe that. There was a lot of sex going on in this book. The heroine had 3 smoking hot men to keep her aroused and to pleasure her in any way except they could not mate with her. They did this so that she would be ready at all times when the King came to her bed. The King needed an heir and wanted to plant his seed as often as possible, hahahahaha. Needless to say this story was a very wet one, LMAO! I d ...more
R.E. Butler
What a strange and interesting book this turned out to be. I read many reviews about this book that complained that the heroine, Douglass, didn't point out she had a son back on earth until late in the book and I completely agree with that. If I was in an accident, the first thing I would do when I woke up is ask to be taken to see my kids. Her reasoning is later revealed, but it seems shallow at best. She should have been beating her fists against the walls to be taken back to her wrecked ship ...more
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Book Facts: Planet Mail

Genre: SciFi Romance

Part of a Series/Installment: Series
Standalone/Cliffhanger: (view spoiler)
M/F-M/M-M/M/F-etc: (view spoiler)
Multi-Luv'n/Ménages: (view spoiler)
Was There Descriptive Sex: (view spoiler)
Contains Cheating: (view spoiler)
Amount of Sex in The Book: (view spoiler)
Overall Steam Factor/Chemistry: (view spoile
Space porn!! LOL

Written back in 2006, it is all about the smex.

I did enjoy it though :)
Jan 05, 2014 Jennifer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Apr 11, 2009 Char rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
The heroine's sex acts with other men (with the hero's consent) just killed this book for me. I can't give this book a two star since it means "it was okay" when it wasn't. The one star is based on the fact that I don't like books with menage scenes or a hero watching the heroine with someone else. For other who don't mind that in their stories you may enjoy this book. I purchased this from the EC site when they were having their sale and nothing in their description indicated the above.
Sep 15, 2015 Trea rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: challenges-2015
This book stunk! It was practically non-stop sex, with the heroine having relations with practically everyone but the hero, with his permission, and she had no problem with it! She also was totally not concerned about her child not being with her after she was mated to the hero! NO decent mother I know would do that! Have deleted the book from my Kindle Library and will be abandoning the series!
Siobhan Muir
Mar 12, 2014 Siobhan Muir rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Get out your fan along with your phase generator because this baby is hot. Hot menage sex with all the men focused on the heroine. This is the first book I ever read by Kate Pearce and it sucked me in with both the story and the exciting sex scenes. This is not your mother's version of "You Got Mail." It's far, far better, with a strong sexy heroine and her brave new world. Totally worth your reading time!
SamJ ★Needs a HEA★
This was only a 2 star read for me.

It started off ok, but just lost steam for me.

The usual thing of them both not wanting to really admit to each other how they feel even if it means they lose each other (view spoiler)

The end felt very rushed to me, even with an epilogue (view spoiler)
Brutally Honest
This is a porn, basically. As long as you keep that in mind, it's easy to disregard the silly things - a woman not being desperate to return to her 5 year old son, the whole sexually assault, etc. I liked it as soon as I realised that ;)
May 06, 2015 Arlyn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: my-reviews
A lucky and lonely single mother who works for an interplanetary postal system crash lands on a planet where men outnumber women to men by a ratio of 50:1. Each woman has a staff of men whose only job is to pleasure her sexually...alas, this magical place is fiction...

While silly and ridiculous, it was a sexy, guilty pleasure to read.
What I liked about this book: it was free, it wasn’t too long and it fulfilled a requirement for a reading challenge. What I disliked about this book: everything else. About 95% of the book was filled with sex scenes. I love erotica, but this just wasn’t for me. I will probably never read anything from this author again.
Jul 17, 2016 Anna rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf
DNF at 32% Really surprised by how much I did not enjoy this book as I have thoroughly enjoyed some other offerings by this author. It just contained a whole lot of pointless, meaningless sex with little to no storyline. Couldn't get into and couldn't finish.
Dec 27, 2013 Adeselna rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sf, erotica

Planet Mail could be a great feminist sci-fi utopian book with some bold questions, however the amount of sex and low depth of the protagonist tossed this ebook to something forgettable and poorly explored.

Also lack of communication: not a good idea. It is never good when protagonist hide things, it shows lack of trust and trust is king. The amount of issues between couples in romance is due to them hiding things, however in Planet Mail that lack
Jan 21, 2015 Telma rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
É mauzinho a nível de história, pobremente editado mas não desgostei.
Apr 30, 2014 Lara rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2014
Well, erotic is one way to describe this short book. the story takes place on a planet with a shortage of women and low fertility. The king can have sex with any woman he wants in an effort to create an heir. Our heroine crash lands on the planet and is taken as the king's consort. She has men as pleasure servants who are supposed to keep her ready for sex with the king at all times. It's crazy! She talks a tough game, but is not much of a fighter. The ending is not in doubt, despite a wrench th ...more
3.5-4 stars

This was a pretty good story. I liked both Marcus and Douglass and their story was fun, sexy and likable. This is the first book I've read by this author and I liked it well enough I may try more of her work in the future.

Douglass works for the United Planetary Parcel Service as the Captain (and lone crew member) of a ship, delivering parcels to all parts of the universe. She has a son at home, Danny, who's father ran off before he was born. Douglass (with the help of her mom) has ra
Mar 02, 2014 Kristine rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Super sexy read. Lots and lots of sex with several men so not for the faint hearted :-)
Marcus and Douglass were fun characters and I found myself wanting them to work things out as the story went on. I also loved Sven and hope he gets his own woman some day. Basically this story was a woman's fantasy life. A big strong alpha male who was hers and hers alone but also several other males to help keep her extremely happy. If we could all be stranded on a strange planet and worshipped sexually right
This was FANTASTIC erotica...and there was even a plot!


I'll go ahead and get my only gripe out of the way:
She's a mother to a 5 year old boy & really doesn't seem too concerned about getting back to him until she thinks she's 'lost' the king's interest. But then, I get it, the story needed time on this planet for the hotHOThot sex and plot to proceed....which wouldn't have happened if Douglass had immediately started working hard to get home to her son.

Douglass is a fut
Jane Stewart
Good storytelling to go with a lot of hot and sensual sex scenes. I enjoyed it throughout.

Douglass is the captain and solo crew member of a small spaceship. She delivers packages among the planets, similar to UPS. Her spaceship malfunctions, and she lands on the planet Valhalla. The people are descendants of ancient Viking space travelers. Women don’t work, don’t have a voice in decisions, and are kept hidden away from society. Men outnumber women 50 to 1. There are fertility problem
Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
1.5 Planet Mail Stars

It's a quick read. Lots and lots of sex. Manly the woman lets all these man sexually pleasure her and does not try very hard to get back home. As for Douglass I did not like her. As for the sex this book has a lot of it. Practically every page is some type of sex act.

Douglass Fraser is a United Planetary Parcel Service’s courier and she has a 5 year old son back on earth to take care of and a mother who helps her out.
Marcus Blood Axe is ruler of his planet and is dealing wi
Jul 26, 2013 Inga rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kate-pearce, 3-stars, 2013
Lai cik tālu viņas darba apraksts ietu, Duglasa Frasere nedomāja, ka avarēšana uz citplanētiešu planētas un savas atlabšanas pavadīšana būdami erotiski apmierināta no trīs izskatīgiem vīriešiem ir Apvienotās Planetārija Sūtījumu Apkalpes rokasgrāmatā. Tur noteikti nebija sadaļa par to, ko darīt, kad ļoti seksīgs karalis vēlas, lai tu dzemdētu viņam bērnu un glābtu viņa pasauli. Markus Blad Akse nav tikai pēcnācējs antīkajiem Vikingu visuma ceļotājiem, viņš ir arī valdnieks, kuram jāsaskaras ar a ...more
I hope this series doesn't go as the Pleasure House Series did. Again with the open ending?! It was amazing until the end. I will finish out the series, but if it does indeed go as it's predecessor I will not continue on with this author. I feel left wanting at the end. Like eating a chocolate covered cherry only to find it doesn't have a cherry. The chocolate and juice is good, but it doesn't fulfill you like it would have if the cherry had been there.
3.5 stars. Not as bad as I'd feared in the beginning when Marcus get all "stay in your room and service me for the good of the planet" because that got ridiculous. But Pearce hits the emotion well, make Douglass a strong woman, not a doormat. I liked the world building and it was plenty hot, I just didn't get (view spoiler)

Wonderfully unique with multiple men on one woman action. I liked it more than I'd expected.
Sharon Kurtz
I am surprised to say I enjoyed this multiple partner erotic romance. There ended up being depth to the characters in spite of the heavy emphasis on sex. I think that the only part I didn't like was when Douglass and Sven are together after she falls in love with Marcus and then leaves him. Even though it was a hot scene emotionally I thought ewwwww. Good book overall and I would like to read more about this world.
Feb 15, 2014 Rhonda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
IT starts off with an orgasm....

and never really stops! Plus there is a plot! That is why I rated the story with a 5. The plot is a little unique and the sex is steamy with love thrown in.
Imagine a king with the need of an heir but few women who are available & fertile, than a crashed spaceship brings the one and only woman for him. The unique thing is how they view sex. mmm......drool.
This probably doesn't need to be said, but the combo of a sexy cover and sexy sci-fi are like catnip to me. So, yeah. I picked this one up. And I read it. And it was good.

Honestly, how can I resist FOUR men pleasuring one lady? I CAN'T, THAT'S HOW. The fact that three of the four men are only there to give her pleasure just upped the awesome. BRING ON THE PLEASURING, I SAY!

While I did have some issues with how Douglass pushed thoughts of her child aside, the copious amounts of bodily fluids ...
Danielle Khaleesi of Reading, Breaker of Boredom, Mother of Words
The synopsis is the entire story and throw in a bunch of menage sex. I also didn't like the heroine because she left her 5 year old and didn't seem all that bothered by being away from him. She would have a random thought and then he's completely forgetten and she is back to getting it on with her boy toys.

It was alright otherwise however I'm not interested in reading any further.
Aug 05, 2015 Alice rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book One of trilogy

Introducing a alien world called Valhalla with a ratio of 50 men to each woman. A fearless UPS delivery woman of the future, crashes her ship onto the Planet and is rescued by the King who makes her his consort. Super sexy scenes are ubiquitous throughout, yet they are appropriate to the plot. Definitely for those over 18. Light, fun and sexy.
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