Friday, March 1, 2013

I'm a Recommended Read (again!) at Two Lips Reviews!
Warning: Thar Be Spoilers

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Title: Concubine Boogaloo
Author: Lucy Woodhull
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Science fiction
Publication date: August 27, 2012
ISBN:  1-595789-63-1
Pages: 90
Series: Ragnar and Juliet, Book 2
Reviewer: Icy Snow 

Heat Level:   M/F sex, some graphic language

When we last left our two interspecies lovebirds, they had just escaped from King Bob the Nefarious’ pseudo-dungeon. Now in Concubine Boogaloo, the second in the Ragnar and Juliet series by Lucy Woodhull, Ragnar has openly declared his love for Juliet which not only leaves the lady speechless but in internal chaos for she has a secret she hasn’t shared with the talented-tailed Alutian. It doesn’t help that he decides then and there to take her to meet her possible future in-laws. That visit goes over like an iridium balloon, and when Juliet tells Ragnar her own private secret, she finds herself ousted from the house.
Our girl doesn’t fret losing the only man she’s actually ever loved (not much). She sets her mind to other tasks, to keep them off handsome pecs, cobalt blue eyes, and…of course…that tail named Torval. Juliet has decided to liberate the 500 concubines King Bob still has in his thrall. Unfortunately, she’s going to need help for that endeavor, so she enlists childhood friend Erit, who’s a wheel-dealer par excellence (as well as a snappy dresser) and…guess who? Ragnar, who’s not exactly happy to be drawn into a rescue mission by his ex and having to associate with one of her other exes in the bargain.
So there they are…three determined players in a desperate game, two of whom are angry, hating, and desperately in love with each other, about to launch a world-wide kidnapping attempt right under King Bob’s aristocratic and depraved nose…
Can they do it? Will they succeed? Will Ragnar and Juliet live to have another adventure filled with alien sex and smart-ass quips and puns? Or will Juliet find herself Concubine #501 as Ragnar heads back to Mom and Dad?
The only way to find out is to read the book.
This is a hilarious book. It is equal to the original in its wild characters, even wilder situations, and well-written dialogue. I laughed my way through the first one while wondering what was going to happen next. I did the same with this sequel and if there’s a third, I imagine I’ll do the same with it.
This is definitely a recommended read.

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