Experience the boundaries of space, where alien drug lords blight the landscape, sex is a reward and a weapon, and the lines between friend and foe are blurred.
Lexxie Couper’s explosive sci-fi trilogy The Boundaries is now available in one collection. Not for the faint of heart, The Boundaries Collection will take the reader on a scorching, dangerous journey through the darkest places of space…and lust.
Boundary Guardian Zeric Arctos knows trouble when he sees it–and Raavelian slave Jaienna Ti screams all sorts of trouble. Tracking a nefarious Bliss dealer, Zeric must stay focused on the job, something almost impossible to do with Jaienna close by. To make matters worse, the seductive Raavelian brings out the ‘animal’ in him–an ancient blood curse he has struggled to control his whole life. The beast now threatens to consume him, and Jaienna’s intoxicating kisses make the primitive call so much harder to resist.
Jaienna Ti is out for revenge. And she’ll stop at nothing to achieve it. Posing as a sex-slave isn’t the worst thing she’s done–she is, after all an Intel-Patrol Corp termination agent, albeit a rogue one–but it’s definitely one of the more interesting roles she’s assumed. And it gets even more interesting when Zeric Arctos ‘rescues’ her.
Surely being an intergalactic sexual assassin has to come with some perks, right?
When the head of the Intel-Patrol Corp sends an agent out to retrieve Jaienna, the two face a threat more dangerous than any before. Raq Tornada. Violent, tenacious and deadly, Raq is an agent to fear. He’s also Jaienna’s ex-lover. And he has a score to settle with her.
When lust, love, and longing become inextricably entwined, the Outer Boundaries become more dangerous than ever. Because Jaienna never planned on losing her heart to two men. And those two men never ever planned on sharing her. But unless Raq Tornada agrees to help Jaienna rescue his rival, life in the Boundaries is going to get deadly…
Star Trek meets Star Wars meets The Sopranos meets erotica in space.
Jenna, Goodreads Review