Monday, March 28, 2011

Evanne Lorraine, Camille's Capture

Title: Camille's Capture

Author: Evanne Lorraine

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy

Sub-Genre: Multicultural/Interspecies

Keywords: Ménage, M/M/F, M/M, Space Opera, Violence, Interspecies Sex,

Length: Short Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-964-5

Price: $5.99

Publisher: Loose Id


Reviewer: Cia


Genetically engineered for a single function, to breed, Camille has followed the rules and accepted the Goddess’s will as explained by the elders all her life. After artificial insemination fails, she gathers her courage, traveling to distant New Eden to try in-person breeding. When her matches fail to appear, the meek little breeder rebels, determined to leave the Goddess-forsaken world behind her as fast as the next ship home can make the jump to subspace.

Aegis exists only to fulfill his vow to avenge the death of his parents by a Baldorean blood mage. Not even the forbidden desire for Jaxon interferes with his quest. But contact with a breeder threatens everything he holds sacred.

For four years, Jaxon dreamed of tri-bond with Aegis. Isolated by hostilities in the endless war with Baldor, he’s trapped in the close quarters of their fighter with Aegis and Cami, his most secret dream come true. But instead of bliss, he finds himself plunged into a battle with prejudice, doubts, and jealousy.

Cami travels halfway across the universe, survives brutal rejection, humiliation and a firefight. Stranded with two fierce warriors, not even a broken heart will make her quit until she has the sperm she needs.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, interspecies sex, ménage (m/m/f) male/male sexual practices, violence.


Evanne Lorraine does a wonderful job engaging the reader with Camille’s Capture. From the beginning, I was enthralled by the detailed build of her galactic world and the new Earthen world and her spin on the different species and warriors. I felt so horrible for Aegis and the loss of his parents and the innocent life he disregarded as a teen. However the tragedy made him into a formidable warrior that radiated spellbound power.

Add to that Jaxon’s all consuming lust/love for his best friend and a bond that’s illegal for them to share and it’s heartbreaking. Bringing in Cami is perfect for them. Her inability to conceive in her traditional way sends her on a journey to complete her task in a way that’s tasteless to those with her status.

Life sets them on a course that will teach them what really matters. I hoped Jaxon would accept Aegis for who he was and not what he’d been raised to learn, and loved Cami’s sassy mouth in telling Jaxon how it was. The passion between the three pushed past all bounds even while they combated an enemy stronger than they imagined.

I enjoyed this read immensely.

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