Friday, May 12, 2017

Krie Captivity by Kora Knight

Title: Krie Captivity
Author: Kora Knight
My Rating: B

Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance (m/m)
Series: The Nira Chronicles #1
Main Characters: Alec
Release Date: February 2016
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Sexual Intensity: erotic


Story Overview:
Nira. Astrum Industries’ newest charted planet. Freshly discovered. Wholly unexplored. But that won’t be the case for long. Led by Captain Alec Hamlin, a team of explorers make an emergency landing and are soon confronted by their first Niran native. A huge male Kríe packed with muscle, baring small, black horns and fangs. Fortunately, he’s friendly. Or so he lets them believe. 

With the help of his pack, the Kríe takes Alec’s team captive, intending to sell them for profit. But these Nirans aren’t just shrewd, they’re arrogant and domineering. And most of all, extremely sexual. Which explains why, on their journey to peddle their new wares, they feed Alec’s team a powerful aphrodisiac. Nothing like some decadent entertainment on the side. Soon the team finds themselves feverishly trying to resist the growing urge to mount their seductive captors. But as passion prevails and unexpected bonds form, so much more is suddenly at stake. With no time left, will a shift in Kríe perspective be enough to change the fate of Alec’s team? 


Warning: Contains explicitly scorching gay sex with exotic and shamelessly kinky males of otherworldly descent. 
My Review:
This is a sci fi book that takes place sometime in the future. The book begins one year before the bulk of the story, which is intriguing simply because those characters in the initial scenes are never in this installment again. This is the first book setting up as a serial, but I have no idea how many episodes are planned and the fact that this one came out over a year ago is worrying...because the story most definitely is not complete.

Overall the book was intriguing. The crew of this science based space ship crash land on a foreign planet where they are immediately taken captive by the native species...all males, who are extremely sexual. Only one of the six crew starts off as gay. The book is fairly hot and definitely interesting, although it is really more about the sex and the foreign species more than the story.

If I had to recommend something based on this book, I would say wait until book #2 is out before reading this one, because the story is most definitely not finished at the end of this one and it left me more than a little unsatisfied. Although, I will definitely be reading it if a second installment comes up for sale. I'm intrigued by how all this plays out...with both the original crew and the secondary crew that were in the first chapter that arrived a year later.

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