Claimed: An Outlaws Novel (The Outlaws Series)
The bestselling author of the Killer Instincts novels “knows how to write scorching sexual tension”*. Now she really sets it on fire in a new series about men and women living on the edge of violence, sex, and life and death.After a devastating war decimated most of the world, Hudson Lane has... show more
The bestselling author of the Killer Instincts novels “knows how to write scorching sexual tension”*. Now she really sets it on fire in a new series about men and women living on the edge of violence, sex, and life and death.After a devastating war decimated most of the world, Hudson Lane has only known the oppressive life under her own father’s tyranny. She finally escapes, branding herself an outlaw and hunted by the Enforcers. Her best chance at survival is Connor Mackenzie, an aggressively sensual fugitive who opens her eyes to the wicked possibilities of a world without rules.As the leader of a band of outlaw fighters, Connor can’t resist the beautiful stranger who asks for his protection. Despite his reservations, he agrees to introduce her to a whole new way of life. But when Connor discovers Hudson’s connection to the enemies of liberty, he wonders how far he can trust the woman who has abandoned all inhibitions to challenge every forbidden desire.*USA Today
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2015-10-06
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
This is in the future when the government as we know it has fallen apart. War and environmental issues have changed the land and population. I was really interested in learning more about the world they live in. Most of this book is sex, like a lot. One on one, multiple partners and group are al...
Are you effing kidding me?!What did I just (attempt) to read?Was there a plot? A point? I’ll settle for an idea. Maybe a concept?This was pure PWP that just happened to be set in a dystopian future (end of world-building) and featured a bunch of hot young people orgy-ing their way through life (end ...
I had an advantage going in, from friends' reviews, I knew this was going to be a smutty time. My favorite description comes from Jilly and her review where she coins the term "dysmutia" dystopia + smut. It fits this perfectly. Apparently, the world has experienced some apocalyptic instances, I th...
DNFMade it to 22% - the world wasn't working for me, nor was the whorehouse.
PJV Quickie:I am a huge fan of Elle Kennedy's New Adult series, Off Campus, so when I saw she had a dystopian series coming up, I was very excited. While Claimed definitely lived up to Ms. Kennedy's reputation of sizzling hot sex scenes, I unfortunately felt that the dystopian world-building was la...