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A Slave in Skoria

(Skoria #2)

3.37  ·  Rating details ·  68 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Jason has settled into his strange life on the world of Skoria as the beloved pet and telepathically bonded lover of Captain Aedar Rictus, a cyborg pirate. Being the world's only human makes him a hot commodity, though, and when a local lawman sees his chance, he seizes Jason from Aedar's protection, intending to put him up for sale.

Jason wants nothing more than to escape
Kindle Edition, 76 pages
Published July 27th 2019 (first published March 4th 2013)
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Love me some action! This one takes off and gets our heroes Aedar and Jason into some new, exciting, and dangerous places. Let's just say that shore leave turns out to be more than Aedar or Jason expected.

New character additions--Kira is adorable and lovable and effuses that sexy kitten come hither vibe. And the ending--Awesome! But you're going to have to work for it. Unfortunately, the beginning is rocky and I can imagine a couple readers giving up part way through. The comma fairy in particu
JustJen "Miss Conduct"
Mar 07, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebook, mm, sci-fi, hof
Review written for Hearts On Fire Reviews - 3.5 stars

When I chose this book, I did not realize it was a sequel, so I held off and read the first book, A Stranger in Skoria, which I recommend doing, as you’ll need the background to understand things.

In this segment, which is also told from Jason’s point of view, Adear, or Captain Rictus, and Jason are happily enjoying their relationship as lovers, as opposed to owner/slave. Aedar decides to treat Jason to some pampering in the Freehold, a sort o
Mar 04, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Excellent second story from John Tristan in the Skoria series, far more depth to this one. Jason and Aedar's adventure continues. They become separated and the cat-boy Snow is introduced to the mix.

'I'd made my choice to stay with Aedar, and until that moment I hadn't regretted it. Now, with his presence ripped from my mind like a scab from a wound, I was marooned - deeper and farther out than any luckless sailor had drifted. I'd seen Aedar drowned in that awful light. Now he was gone, maybe eve
2.5 stars rounded up to 3. I still love Jason and Aedar, and it was awesome to visit with them again and get caught up in their adventures. But I was totally bummed that the book became an m/m/m romance at the end. (not that I had anything against Snow, but I adored the first book. I wanted to see my couple happy together, not happy together with another guy)
Mar 14, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I am disappointed with the twist at the end and I don't know if I will continue this series because of it.
Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn)
Enjoyed this sequel more than its prequel.
This story still feels decidedly bland. I did't connect with the characters. I didn't connect with their romances. And their concerns about their plans and futures are brought up as both the most concerning thing, and something to be brushed aside, so I couldn't connect with that either. Really just a story that happened.
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