Fallen Star by Morgan Hawke
(Interstellar Service & Discipline)

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Genre: Science Fiction; BDSM; Nontraditional Sexualities
Series: Interstellar Service & Discipline; Previous Book: Victorious Star

Isabeau Fallon, the Fallen Star is one of the finest thieves on Dyson’s Ring station – until she’s caught by the Skeldhi hunter, Sobehk, who captures her and makes her a sex-pet. Trapped and altered into a skeldhi-human hybrid known as a rehkyt, her past is a closed door – until it literally comes back to haunt her in the form of a E’sey Khan. E'sey is a Skeldhi Lord Officer intent on taking Fallon, the Moribund Company’s prize code-cracker, away from Sobehk, the one man he ever loved, and making her his very own.

Seemingly random accidents and hidden programs converge to prove that there is more going on than the capture of a not-so-simple thief. There is a conspiracy afoot...and the small thief from Dyson’s Ring station is in it up to her collared throat.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM (including bondage, domination/submission, whipping), menage (m/m/f), and homoerotic sexual situations (m/m, f/f).

About Morgan Hawke

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Morgan Hawke has lived in seven states of the U.S. and spent two years in England. She has been an auto mechanic, a security guard, a waitress, a groom in a horse-stable, in the military, a copywriter, a magazine editor, a professional tarot reader, a belly-dancer and a stripper. Her personal area of expertise is the strange and unusual. Ms. Hawke has been writing erotic fiction since 1998 and maintains a close and personal relationship with her computer and her cat.
Published May 17, 2005 by Loose Id LLC. 361 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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