A Review of A King’s Ransom by Reagan Hawk


A King’s Ransom


Reagan Hawk



From King to Captive…

On a quest to find his brother, King Kritan of Katarian on the planet of Panucia finds himself ambushed, beaten, tortured and then sold to fight in the arena games. The people of Tamonius–his rival kingdom–condone slavery, take public sex to new lows and try to turn a profit off anything they can. Nothing can change his hatred for everything Tamonius… that is until he meets the most breathtakingly beautiful woman he’s ever laid eyes upon. Surina of the House of Argyros, daughter to a powerful senator stirs the beast within him, making it want to lay claim to her as badly as the man does.

From Captive to King…

Free or not, Kritan is a master of seduction and has selected Surina as his newest prey. But this virginal beauty has secrets of her own–ones that change everything. And destiny just might have the last laugh.

Warning: Novel contains graphic violence, explicit sex, MF and MFM scenes, forced seduction, raw and gritty scenes of a society without order, sex scenes that may be offense to some, an alpha male shifter king who sees what he wants and goes for it, all else be damned, a head guard who has many secrets but shares a passion for the heroine and a virginal heroine who has longed to be taken rough and claimed fully by a man. This novel is not for everyone or the faint of heart.

My Review:

In a world out there, on planet that is known for things to be different with shifting animals, aliens and more. The planet being so primitive that even technology has been banished and illegal to use or even have in one’s possession.
King Kritan is in search of his brother to forgive him for something that happened twenty years prior. But when he meets up with the one that is supposedly to help seek out his brother he finds himself waylaid, beaten, tortured and sold…
Three weeks after his imprisonment, Surina sees that a man is being beaten her garden which is something that she really dislikes. She has an immediate attraction to him and he to her. Surina intervenes but what will happen. She doesn’t know a man’s touch but …
The book was both different and unique story. There were a few sections that glazed over (thank goodness) some difficult subject matter that made this story a slight hard limit book for me. The intimate scenes could have been drawn out a bit more. Overall a solid four star read.