Released on February 19, 2015
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Some laws are made to be broken...
On the small, male-dominated planet of Noval gay sex is forbidden. Unfortunately for Krial, his size and strength make him a prime candidate for Noval’s breeding selection training. Krial is angry and resentful when he’s forced to spend three months on the backward, archaic planet. However, he never anticipates falling hard for his gruff and demanding trainer – Dax.
Dax is a professional. He won’t break the law, but he’s not above blurring a few lines for the benefit of his trainee.
Sometimes when the planets align the impossible becomes possible...
When the unthinkable happens and Krial is selected as the next breeder, he lashes out at the only one who can handle him – Dax. During the physical battle that follows, Krial expects to be put in his place by his massive and controlled trainer. Never in his wildest dreams does Krial imagine that Dax will touch him, kiss him or invite him back to his bed.
Released is a complete, smutty, erotic m/m romance featuring two futuristic, gay, alpha-males who’ll leave you breathless. This story contains explicit m/m sexual situations, content and language and is intended for adult readers.
Released is AJ Ridges’s best work yet!
Loooooonger books, please, AJ. I loved her touch of sci-fi in this book, yet the focus was on relationship-building, from a slow burn to hot, explosive manlove. I truly felt the sexual tension, and the real feelings between these two hulking men.
AJ Ridges is finding her place in this genre, and I want to read more! A little bird told me she writes other genres under another pen name, but I can’t find it for the life of me. I’m hoping I can wrangle it out of AJ, since I enjoy and blog about many different genres, from children’s fiction to the smuttiest erotica.
I received a copy of this book as a gift in thanks for past enthusiastic support. I’m reviewing it because I HAVE to from inside myself, not because it was an exchange. It wasn’t. I’m so excited to support new and growing talent. Keep writing, AJ, and I’ll keep reading.