Spaceport: R&R by Lexxie Couper
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (40 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, M/F/M/M, Ménage, Multiple Partners, anal sex
Rating 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Holly
Forced to take a leave of absence by her commander, Allied Planet Enforcer Anika Dru high-tails it straight away to Spaceport Adana. What better destination for some unwanted R and R than a veritable cesspit of scum-bucket crooks? Especially for a tech-enhanced super cop who likes nothing more than taking out the bad guys...
Five minutes on 'Port Adana and she's already spotted her first target -- until a gorgeous half naked slave catches her eye. And makes her tech zing. Determined to discover what about the man makes her so... charged... she follows him to an empty sex den, ready to play super cop one-on-one.
But Kaden Irrado isn't a slave, and his meeting with Anika isn't by chance. Kaden is Phase, a multi-dimensional warrior capable of drawing all of his possible selves into the one temporal plane. He has to stop Anika from doing something that will destroy the space-time continuum and he's planning to do it in the most pleasurable way possible. Even if it takes more than one of him.
Rest and relaxation has never been so good. Or exhausting.
This latest addition to the Spaceport series is marvelous fun to read. Lexxie Couper raises the heat to new levels with her trio of hot men, all determined to pleasure Anika to the point where she forgets her original idea.
I love Anika. She is a smart and independent woman, and he takes a “no holds barred” attitude toward her life. She lives her life by her own rules, and I love that about her. I also love that she plays every bit as hard as she works.
Speaking of playing, Ms. Couper has created a most delicious hero in Kaden, a man who can bring his other selves to join in the pleasuring of Anika for one of the hottest encounters I have ever read. I loved her reaction when Kad joined Kaden in the tryst, and her reaction when Den joined them was so hot, I had to turn the fan up.
This is a wonderful short story, and it is the perfect summer read: short, hot and satisfying.