No Master (Bounty, #3)

No Master (Bounty, #3) by Christine d'Abo
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This title is #3 of the Bounty series.

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No man in the galaxy inspires more fear than Korbin, the Admiral of the Black. His life as leader of the biggest pirate band in space leaves little room for trust, so when Korbin’s second-in-command disappears without a trace, he suspects the worst.

Zain Strand has left his life as a sex slave behind and risen within the pirate ranks. But he abandons it all to rescue an old friend from recapture by the slavers—even if that means a suicidal confrontation with his old master. He doesn’t expect Korbin’s arrival, doesn’t want Korbin’s help . . . but Korbin gives Zain no choice.

Posing as master and slave to infiltrate a slave auction, Korbin and Zain embark on a journey of lust that rapidly reveals their deeper feelings. When Zain’s old master discovers their ruse, Korbin must do everything in his power to save both their lives and their newfound love.

Publisher’s note: While books #1 and #2 in the Bounty series should be read in order, this book stands alone and can be read without the first two.

This title is an edited second edition, previously published in 2011.

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from Love Bytes Reviews

[T]he tumultuous love story between these two is very heart-warming. I have no hesitation in recommending No Master to everyone who loves a good romance story.

from Joyfully Jay

No Master was well written and fast paced and possessed a pair of strong characters. . . . [S]ci-fi peppered with a liberal dose of action and romance.