The Slipstream Con by S. Reesa Herberth

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There was something about the bad guy that made me a touch confused when it was revealed, but overall I thought the ending was very satisfactory.
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Is love the biggest con of them all?
A Ylendrian Empire Story
For three years, Kellen Frey has led bounty hunters Tal and Vanya on a merry chase, evading capture with flair and style. Now, just when they finally have their pet project--and object of their mutual fantasies--cornered, the elusive con artist turns the tables and gives himself up. A sudden attack of conscience, perhaps? Tal and Vanya know better.
Their suspicions are confirmed when a crime lord comes dangerously close to killing them all, and the rapidly sickening thief is forced to confess the truth--he's been accidentally dosed with a highly illegal form of nanotechnology.
If Kellen can't get his hands on another dose, he's finished. The problem is, the only thief who's ever broken in to Slipstream Labs is his ex-girlfriend, and she's allergic to bounty hunters. As he does his best to play both sides, he struggles with his growing desire to be more than a prisoner to Tal and Vanya. Without trust, they won't survive long. The clock is ticking as they race to uncover a conspiracy that spans the Ylendrian Empire.
Warning: This book contains an anti-hero with no qualms about redecorating your spaceship, a heroine capable of killing you with her hair stick, and another hero who would like nothing more than to shag them both without the inconvenience of a conscience.

About S. Reesa Herberth

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S. Reesa Herberth grew up in Hawaii, tried Arizona, and eventually settled in the D.C. area. She's held a variety of crazy writer jobs, including office goddess for an artisan ice cream maker, and dye-stained proprietress of a small yarn and fiber business. Michelle Moore has a well-documented obsession with travel, television, frappuccinos and flamingos. Her days are divided between her classroom, where she teaches elementary special education, and huddling over her laptop at the local Starbucks. Michelle and Reesa can be found online at or
Published April 5, 2011 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on May 13 2013

There was something about the bad guy that made me a touch confused when it was revealed, but overall I thought the ending was very satisfactory.

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