Codename Courtesan: Spring by Aubrey Ross
Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
Length: Short Story (84 pgs)
Other: Bondage, M/F, Spanking
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Morning Glory
When Evard Keenan sends for a pleasure ambassador, Spring knows it's the only opportunity she'll have to recruit the mysterious Chemist. She anticipates the danger of her mission, yet she's unprepared for the passion that ignites with their first kiss. Never before has she longed for another with such aching intensity. She believes in the Resistance, and she'll complete her assignment regardless of the cost. But now that she's tasted the pleasures only found in his embrace, how will she find the strength to walk away?
Evard is every bit as much a captive of the ruthless Gathosians as the people of Earth. He knows the Resistance is his only hope of escaping his tormentors, and he's just as sure Spring is part of the Resistance. He will seduce her, captivate and pleasure her, until she will no longer consider leaving him behind.
A hot tale of sex, spies, and aliens.
Spring is sent in to recruit a chemist over to the Resistance. Evard is a prisoner, even if he's a privileged one. He's managed to create a formula that will free the people of Earth from the Gathosians, aliens that have invaded and enslaved Earth. The thing is he has to free himself first. Inwatta is his captor, a Gathosian who is pure energy, and has a weird obsession with things in the physical plane. Especially sex. This allows Evard to use this against her.
This story was well planned out. It keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to know if Spring and Evard will pull it off or be found out. The sex is hot! Evard and Spring were a little standoffish with each other at first, but that is understandable given the situation. Once they get past this, they seem to hit it off. As the book progressed I found myself reading faster, just so I could find out if they were going to be able to pull everything off. The ending was awesome and had quite a twist that was really surprising. Definitely a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed.