Soundwave’s Surrender is a futuristic novella is a spicy view into the life of Soundwave, a very talented mercenary. Her abilities to manipulate and create sounds that aren’t detectable by the average human ear has come in very handy. She accepts a job to hunt down a rebellion ship and furthermore, destroy her enemy General Pane. The destroying isn’t her job anyways and leaves that to those most capable when she spies an escape pod that thrusts out of the ruined and exploding ship.
Using her abilities, Soundwave talks a large bat-like creature into taking her into the air and tracking down that escape pod – knowing that it holds General Pane. Unfortunately, the noise from the explosion ricochets off the surrounding mountains and overloads her sensitive ears, sending the creature, holding both her and General Pane, into a fit and dropping them both to the ground.
White hot passion lights up the cave that General Pane has found as a hideout – taking the unconscious Soundwave as his prisoner. The language of the heated sex is just as it should be for this couple and their surroundings – detailed with some very colorful verbiage. The flow of the sensual action was great and there was quite a surprise in the midst of the fervor.
Ms. Brown touched on a skill that isn’t easy to do – at least it’s not always easy to read – each chapter is written almost exclusively from the other character’s perspective. It was a very interesting way to read into the story and it kept it alive for me, it kept each chapter fresh.
But what will happen to these two? Sworn enemies that can’t seem to keep their hands off each other … and they don’t hide the fact that they both burn for the other. This was a great view into these two characters which left me wanting more.
- e-book, digital format
- Publisher: Changeling Press
- Book Length: Novella
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-1-60521-007-0
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