REVIEW: Seducing the Saint by Melissa Schroeder from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Seducing the Saint
Author: Melissa Schroeder
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
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Genre: Futuristic / Sci-Fi
Rating: E-rotic
Publication date: March 2008
ISBN: 9781419915017
Length: Short Novel
Format: e-book
Reviewer: Aris

Liberty and Saint, aka Brady St. James, split up about six years earlier because they thought they were too different to make it as a couple. Liberty loved him but could not accept that he constantly
skirted the edges of the law. She knew he would be in serious trouble some day.

Brady and her father were close so when Liberty ‘s father, Sterling Wainwright, disappears on another dangerous treasure hunt adventure she realizes the only one that can help her find him is Saint.

Through much action, passion, sex and travel to different planets, Liberty and Saint face many kinds of alien life forms – some harmless; some dangerous. Through it all Liberty feels her attitude toward Saint changing. Brady let her walk away once, but his love for her is too strong to let her get away again. He will help find her father and keep her safe, but at a price which she may not be willing to pay. Does this mean they may be matched after all? Only time will tell.

This story is an easy read. Each page enticed me to read the next one. I found space travel and the alien life forms a pleasing addition to an erotic romance. That one special part in the book
where Libby and Brady landed on the planet occupied by the Funkai and Brady faced having to share Libby with the leader was intoxicating. In my opinion, any reader that likes erotica and/or
futuristic space travel will love this story.

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