Too bad she no longer remembers it or the man she slept with. Especially since Zack took a bullet on her behalf. Now several months later, her spy alter ego, Frankie Belle, is paired up with the man she left for dead, and thanks to the head wound he managed to survive, Zack no longer remembers her either. Rediscovering the spy who loved her has never been so dangerous or delicious. Zack never fraternizes with fellow agents, but Frankie makes that vow difficult once they spend time on the run from someone who wants them both dead.
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This book comes close to that, and while the story itself is not thought-provoking, it is full of imagination, at least giving the reader an okay reason for all that sex. Valerie is sucked up into an alien spaceship by mistake, a side effect of its inhabitants passing so close to earth when accessing a wormhole to take them home. Earthmen cannot survive in their world without sex at least every thirty days. The more the better for the men. So because the ratio is five to one in favor of men, each earthwoman must service five men to help keep them alive during the three years it takes for the ship to return near enough to Earth to return everyone within seconds of where and what they doing when they were abducted.
Johnny, Fraiser, Mark, and Dominick each have their own merits, of course, their own way of making love. There are strict rules the aliens have laid down, but both Valerie and Nick are rule-breakers. The number one rule is not to play favorites among the men, but her feelings begin to grow for Nick, much to her surprise, and she wants to spend her free time with him and only him, while still servicing the others, whom she also loves but just in a different way.
While this book is by no means a keeper, it amused me enough on the premise alone that I kept reading. I have to admit that I did like the relationship between Dominick and Valerie from the beginning.
I was curious how the author was going to end it all due to a certain theme that ran throughout the book, but she pulled it off it credibly enough. In fact, I rather enjoyed that ending when they were all back on Earth after their adventurous journey. They definitely could have pulled it off.
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