Book review: Ice Planet Barbarians (Ice Planet Barbarians #1)

Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Song: Eiffel 65 – Blue

Being kidnapped by little green men is not fun, just ask Scully.

No, dammit, because they probe you with weird instruments, put ungodly things in your body and are just plain unpleasant guys to be around. Georgie, our main lady is taken in the middle of the night with a bunch of other girls, put on a spaceship and whisked away to parts unknown with no idea what’s gonna happen to them when they get there.

Thank God they crashland on their way there and are left by their captors to either freeze to death or starve and dehydrate while they wait for the rescue. So Georgie is kinda voted the leader of the girls and sent outside to explore the surroundings and hopefully find a way to get home.

Instead she finds a huge blue horny (literally and figuratively) Ice Planet equivalent of Conan and shacks up with him in a cave.

“It wasn’t a monster come to eat me. It was this monster. Who’s come to eat me out.”

You go, girl! Some priorities are just more important than others, you know?

Now, I’ve never ventured into a space porn genre, but this one was pretty fun and light, and I’m kinda hooked. Also, yeah, I want me some of that blue barbarian.

Over and out


26 thoughts on “Book review: Ice Planet Barbarians (Ice Planet Barbarians #1)

  1. I love reading light reads like this! It definitely sounds different than the usual erotica type fantasy stuff lol 🙂
    You would probably like the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward, it’s really god and filled with sexiness!

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