Review: Deep, Hard and Rough by Jenika Snow

Deep, Hard and Rough by Jenika Snow
Release Date: November 14, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 109
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Luna Riyan dreams of a life without violence, degradation, and vile sex, a life unlike all that she has ever known. She has been planning to escape when she has enough saved, but when she is told her prized virginity will be sold to the highest bidder, she knows she can’t wait any longer. After nearly being killed by the man obsessed with her, she finds herself aboard the spacecraft of three very big, very fearsome warriors. Erak, Genet, and Raimi are princes in search of females to carry their future heirs. The brothers fear nothing and expect compliance in all things. But things do not turn out quite as they expected. They never thought for a moment that their mate would be the same female, or that she would be a tiny human. They will show her that killing their enemies isn’t the only thing they are good at. The only problem is that their mate is traumatized from her past on an ugly planet where prostitution and slavery are rife. She is afraid and reluctant to give them what they want … to possess her completely.

 

Review:  Deep, Hard, and Rough by Jenika Snow is not part of a series but I hope we see these characters again in the future. I chose this book because I enjoy reading Ms. Snows book and I also chose this book because it looked interesting and I wanted to see how it turned out.

Luna Riyan has had a rough life. Her life is filled with violence, degradation and the threat of sex, and she known no other life. She plans her escape, saving every dime she can. The one thing that she has saved is her virginity and it’s a prize her boss is willing to sell at the highest bidder. I have to admire her, she was willing to take chances for the possibility of hope of a different life than she has known.

Erak, Genet, and Raimi are princes that have to find there mate that will carry their future heirs. While the brothers are close when the spot Luna, none of the brothers even thought they would have the same mate. The three brothers spend most of the book together, so it was hard to get a feel for each brother individually.

The chemistry between the three brothers and Luna is blistering. The sex scenes were hot and steamy. Despite the odd title this book was a great read. I was sucked into the story and had a hard time putting this book down; to the point I read this book in one sitting. I found it well written. The main characters and the secondary characters were realistic and appealing. Overall, this was a great book.

 

Melissa sig