In an exciting sci-fi future, on an interstellar cruise ship, rogue assassin Rikki (I seriously can’t remember her surname, it’s not important) is trying to dump a body. While assassination is legal if you have a license and a contract, Rikki’s not a member of the Assassin’s Guild, and generally feels that she doesn’t need anyone controlling her or regulating how she does things. A very attractive man helps her get rid of the body, and then escape the security guards on the ship. One thing leads to another, and the next morning, Rikki discovers that the hot guy, Misha, is the one who actually hired her to perform the hit – trying to observe her technique. He’s the licensed assassin who’s recently been blamed for most of her hits in the region, and he wants her to either join the Assassin’s Guild and start observing the set guidelines, or he’s planning to stop her.
August 2013’s theme for Vaginal Fantasy Hangout (the online book club run by Felicia Day and three of her friends) was space assassins. Having nearly burned myself out reading in July, I figured light-hearted romance was just the thing the doctor ordered. So despite my misgivings, having considered both the spectacularly awful cover (even in a genre which features a lot of bad cover art) and the dumb title, picked, I’m assuming from some sort of generic name generator.
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