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review 2021-07-09 16:32
Review: Captivating Commander (Cocky Hero Club) by: Tiffany Carby
Captivating Commander (Cocky Hero Club) - Tiffany Carby




Captivating Commander by Tiffany Carby

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There is so much more to Dawson. At first glance he comes across blase, but after tragedy threatens his world, his true depth is exposed. Captivating Commander is a journey of self examination. Carby takes a person that thrives on being an enigma and exposes the heartache within. Life gives this playboy a wake-up call. Out of tragedy comes a courageous story of love, hope and redemption. Dawson and Vixie stick to the heart by inspiring the soul.

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review 2020-03-25 18:13
Review: The Forgotten Commander (Lost Planet, #1) by K. Webster & Nicole Blanchard
The Forgotten Commander - Nicole Blanchard,K. Webster
The Forgotten Commander
Lost Planet, #1
K. Webster & Nicole Blanchard
Science Fiction Romance - Aliens
February 13, 2019
Kindle Unlimited


Our planet, Mortuus, is lost and dying.
A desolate place where a few lone survivors dwell.
My men have lost hope. Our future is bleak.
Longevity is a luxury we can’t afford.
The most we can hope for is survival.
We’ve all but given up when an opportunity presents itself.


Five females—a chance at a future.
Procuring these women went against everything I’d been taught, but desperate times call for desperate measures.
They’re ours now.
Asleep and made ready for breeding.
We won’t die out—lost and forgotten.
It’s our destiny to grow and once again inhabit our lonely planet.


I am Breccan Aloisius, the forgotten commander.
My people will have the future they deserve.
I’ll make sure of it.


My mind is made up…until she wakes and nothing goes as planned.






The Forgotten Commander is book one in the Lost Planet series by K. Webster & Nicole Blanchard.


I struggled all the way through this novel. This review maybe hard for others to understand or read. I tried not to disrespect the authors’s work, but I needed to say what this book felt like to me.


I found this book disappointing and all kinds of wrong. It’s an alien breeding romance with very little romance at all. It’s more along the lines of Stockholm Syndrome.


First off Aria is violated while in cryogenic sleep with the aliens implanting their seed inside her. It’s rape! It’s a violation! It’s wrong! I understand that the aliens are the last of their kind with no women of their own on this plant and that they need to reproduce, but I didn’t like how the author decided to play this out. Once Aria wakes from the cryogenic sleep, she learns what happened, and since the baby was lost she is forced to have sex with Breccan, the Commander. She has no choice in this. The sex is rape. No other way to look at it. Breccan doesn’t see this and neither do any of the other aliens. Non of the aliens even get that what they are doing to her and the other women; is wrong. 


Breccan eventually tried to please his mate, Aria. Along with the rest of the alien guys, but it was just too little too late. Their was no revolution to these aliens that what they did and what they are doing is a violation. 


Aria was simply annoying. She just gave in, didn’t fight or stand up for herself, and even thou the author tried to change this story up and make it a romance, it came off as Stockholm Syndrome. 


The story itself had a lot of holes. Their was very little world building and I didn’t particularly like any of the characters. 


The Forgotten Commander was not the book for me. I don’t know if I’ll read on or not. 


Rated: 1 Star


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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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review 2019-12-19 01:46
Commander Toad in Space
Commander Toad in Space - Jane Yolen,Bruce Degen

I was surprised that the book is told in one continuous shot without any chapters to break it up. That might make it a little difficult for beginning readers to get through the book on their own. The story is fun and imaginative; I do wish the crew had gender parity though. Lieutenant Lily is a great character, but sometimes her actions felt a bit exceptionalist since she’s the only female character in the story.

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review 2019-04-24 22:47
Commander in Cheat
Commander in Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump - Rick Reilly

I am not a golf person, so this is an unlikely book for me, but this article by the author, Rick Reilly, piqued my interest:  "Whatever Trump Is Playing, It Isn’t Golf."


Rick Reilly is a long-time golf writer for Sports Illustrated.  The subtitle of this book is "How Golf Explains Trump."  Reilly's premise is that everything you need to know about Donald Trump, you can learn from the way he plays golf and manages his golf courses:  the cheating, the lying, the rule-breaking, the double-dealing, and the contract breaking.  I never would have made those connections without this book (again--not a golf person), but everything Reilly lays out about the way Trump conducts himself in the golf world maps itself to the way he conducts himself in the White House (including actions that potentially benefit his golf courses, and thereby his personal wealth, since he never did divest himself from his companies).


An eye-opening lens through which to view Trump World.

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