A Lady Pays Her Penalties
on Nov. 27, 2010
The first part was a little strange. Punishment for punishment's sake. There was little or no sexual tension or arousal. The "Whore-for-a day" with her husband was fantastic!
on Nov. 29, 2010
Very well written, couple of nice plot twists.
on Jan. 16, 2011
I would like to give this a better review than I am going to. It has a *good* premise. Unfortunately, the story requires you to believe that a planet's second lady (the Vice President's wife) can make multiple trips into the bad areas of town... at night... without security? Or that an assassin can get through five levels of security into a hanger and get past the same guards that accost the heroic couple? All sci-fi requires the reader to make various leaps of faith (faster than light travel, for example) for the story to unfold, but usually they can still be explained in the story. This story they the occur without any explaination. As I said, I like the premise and the plot... It just needs more to fill out the story instead of stuff just "happening."
Is there a Proof-reader in the house? What about an Editor?
This book is not all that bad, but it reeks of gramatical, spelling, and punctuation errors. (Your instead of Your're and mufti-shifter instead of multi-shifter) The sentance structure is written at about a 7th grade level.
You can read almost the same plot written by Nicky Charles, that has been proof-read and edited.