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Home World Aginfeld
By Rhobin Courtright
PUBLISHER: Wings ePress, Inc.
ISBN: 1-59088-539-2
PAGES: 318

Alix Risseu, thief extraordinaire, is about to be sentenced for her latest crime, only this time, she is innocent. But on the home world of Aginfeld, a planet ruled by an arrogant, brutal society of men, her innocence will not grant her clemency.
Saved from the executioner's axe moments before its final descent, Alix is taken to be the latest wife of Nickal McDirk, a commander from the McDirk Habitat. Tethered like a common animal, bound by the feudal laws of her new home, Alix is required to follow every wish, every command set upon her by her new husband. But Alix is a prime catch: she is a fertile female on a world with a population deficit. Nickal rules her with an iron fist, but a gentle heart, apparent from the titillating love scenes between them.
Author Rhobin Courtright has filled Home World Aginfeld with action-packed scenes from start to finish. From Alix's initial attempts to escape to a botched rescue by her sisters, to a spectacular, nerve-shattering climax oozing with deceit and danger, Home World Aginfeld will hold you in its powerful grip, releasing you only at the story's end. It is an intriguing combination of science fiction with just the right touch of romance sprinkled throughout. Home World Aginfeld is definitely a Great Read!
Marcia Berneger - The Muse Book Reviewer
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