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A BBW pilot and a sexy pirate join forces! Never trust a Kamaran... Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents’ deaths. And even with her top-notch piloting skills she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother! A BBW pilot and a sexy pirate join forces! Never trust a Kamaran... Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents’ deaths. And even with her top-notch piloting skills she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother! Especially a Kamaran pirate... When Lana and her best friend and co-pilot, Kira, accept a job flying cargo across the Gamma quadrant, they’re hijacked by the notorious Gamma Raiders. Out of money and out of options, they join the pirates’ crew in a desperate bid to keep Lana’s little brother alive! Who’s too gorgeous to resist... The pirates’ leader, Adaar, is the last man in the galaxy Lana should trust. Not only is he a pirate, he’s a Kamaran. Despite that, the attraction between them is undeniable - and growing ever stronger... And is keeping secrets... When Lana discovers that Adaar has been lying to her about his real identity, will it shatter the bond between them? Or will they find a way to forge a new, stronger relationship… one with consequences for the entire galaxy?


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A BBW pilot and a sexy pirate join forces! Never trust a Kamaran... Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents’ deaths. And even with her top-notch piloting skills she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother! A BBW pilot and a sexy pirate join forces! Never trust a Kamaran... Lana Riley has had it rough ever since the Kamarans took over her planet. The alien overlords are responsible for her parents’ deaths. And even with her top-notch piloting skills she can barely earn the money she needs to care for her seriously ill younger brother! Especially a Kamaran pirate... When Lana and her best friend and co-pilot, Kira, accept a job flying cargo across the Gamma quadrant, they’re hijacked by the notorious Gamma Raiders. Out of money and out of options, they join the pirates’ crew in a desperate bid to keep Lana’s little brother alive! Who’s too gorgeous to resist... The pirates’ leader, Adaar, is the last man in the galaxy Lana should trust. Not only is he a pirate, he’s a Kamaran. Despite that, the attraction between them is undeniable - and growing ever stronger... And is keeping secrets... When Lana discovers that Adaar has been lying to her about his real identity, will it shatter the bond between them? Or will they find a way to forge a new, stronger relationship… one with consequences for the entire galaxy?

30 review for The Space Pirate Prince

  1. 4 out of 5

    Laura Wolf

    I was asked to read the 2nd book of this series and give a review. Well being the serial junkie that I am..... I decided to read this one first. It's got a good basis for a SciFi-Romance story but I found it boring, dull & blah. If you're looking for a good sexy romance this isn't it. No sex nuthing nada! If you're looking for decisive strong Hero Adarr & heroine Lana. Nope nada. In fact Lana is kinda whiny and has extremely low self esteem and all the conversations with Adaar and her seem to be I was asked to read the 2nd book of this series and give a review. Well being the serial junkie that I am..... I decided to read this one first. It's got a good basis for a SciFi-Romance story but I found it boring, dull & blah. If you're looking for a good sexy romance this isn't it. No sex nuthing nada! If you're looking for decisive strong Hero Adarr & heroine Lana. Nope nada. In fact Lana is kinda whiny and has extremely low self esteem and all the conversations with Adaar and her seem to be him asking for her trust continuously and him giving her self-image boosts. Take out the few curse words, drop their ages and this would be a YA. I gave it 2 stars because I think the potential is there......... So it was just ok for me. I'm sorry to say I will not be reviewing the second book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Pretty good, despite wanting to punch the heroine at some points for doing stupid impulsive things then being a jerk when she gets called out. Unfortunately there was 0.0% smut, which has been in most all the other books I've read from the author. Pretty good, despite wanting to punch the heroine at some points for doing stupid impulsive things then being a jerk when she gets called out. Unfortunately there was 0.0% smut, which has been in most all the other books I've read from the author.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shasha

    I gave up trying to like the heroine. She is naïve, brash, and hormonal as a teenager.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Knits Reads Games Sings

    Here's the thing: if this had been what I was looking for story-wise, and had been through a decent editing process, it probably would have been a 3 or 4 star read. Pirates in space? What's not to like? But I was looking for what was described on the tin, (i.e. sexy alpha alien romance) and this absolutely didn't deliver. I hesitate to even shelve it as sci-fi romance since that element was so lacking. More of a inkling of a romance than an actual one. The entire subheading should be scrapped as Here's the thing: if this had been what I was looking for story-wise, and had been through a decent editing process, it probably would have been a 3 or 4 star read. Pirates in space? What's not to like? But I was looking for what was described on the tin, (i.e. sexy alpha alien romance) and this absolutely didn't deliver. I hesitate to even shelve it as sci-fi romance since that element was so lacking. More of a inkling of a romance than an actual one. The entire subheading should be scrapped as false advertising. The literary equivalent of click-bait. I'm not sure if I'm more upset over being misled, or over missing out on what this could have been. Either way, it's massively disappointing.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Worton

    Review to come.

  6. 5 out of 5

    LuDena

    Gamma Raiders An awesome new series by Calista Skye . An evil empire taking over the galaxy turning citizens into slaves . Will they ever be free?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brenda- Anderson

    I really liked my time with the Gamma Raiders. I wish it was a little spicer in parts. Even for a sweet romance. I didn't want it to end. I actually read up to a certain point and then when I wanted to I'd go back and make the journey again before I actually finishing the book. I've only done that with a few books. I thought since its the end of the year I should really finally stop re-reading it and read to the end. HAHAHA. I'm sure eventually I'll re-read the whole book again. You know how its I really liked my time with the Gamma Raiders. I wish it was a little spicer in parts. Even for a sweet romance. I didn't want it to end. I actually read up to a certain point and then when I wanted to I'd go back and make the journey again before I actually finishing the book. I've only done that with a few books. I thought since its the end of the year I should really finally stop re-reading it and read to the end. HAHAHA. I'm sure eventually I'll re-read the whole book again. You know how its going to end early on. At least I did. However, for me it was still a pretty good story to read. Kinda of like a Hallmark Sci-fi movie or a kids non-cartoon movie. 100% predictable, but still enjoyable. I have some favorite parts that I absolutely adored. For most of it I felt as if I was right there along with the characters. Easily pictures formed in my mind as I read along going to the different locations of strange places and met new people. There was one page that made me wonder wth was going on. It was one of those moments that really take me out of the story and wonder how something is possible, even in a genre such as this. It happens to everyone. Sometimes multiple times. Its just where it was made me really go ???. Even after I've finally decided to finish it and read it through to the end it still has me still thinking back to that particular spot. It's also really biggest dislike I have in the WHOLE book. So it's obviously not a big thing when I've re-read it multiple times. If she continues to write more in the series I'll definitely read them! I know there is one other book out now and I'll have to try to squeeze it in over the holiday break.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Samm Lynn

    I am giving it 3 stars as it is an entertaining read; however, there were editing issues and a lack of romance. As a science fiction book, I enjoyed the story. It has everything a Space Pirate book needs - a captain with a secret, a loyal crew, and pirating aplenty (though it does lack action). It also has a good plot as a science fiction story and it is a good beginning to a science fiction series. BUT - As a romance book, I didn't really see it. The interactions between the two are limited and I am giving it 3 stars as it is an entertaining read; however, there were editing issues and a lack of romance. As a science fiction book, I enjoyed the story. It has everything a Space Pirate book needs - a captain with a secret, a loyal crew, and pirating aplenty (though it does lack action). It also has a good plot as a science fiction story and it is a good beginning to a science fiction series. BUT - As a romance book, I didn't really see it. The interactions between the two are limited and are not romantic. She confronts him about hijacking her ship, he has one training session with her for a mission, she goes on the mission with him, and then confronts him about the secrets she learns on the mission. One kiss in the middle of training and 5 kisses at the very end of the book, I find hard to count as romance.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Goddess of Chaos

    Adaar is a pirate with epic secrets Lana is a Cargo pilot from a mining colony, and this young woman has seen more than her fair share of the rough breaks and bad cards life can hand out. Not only were both of these characters great fun to follow through this adventure, the story has a lot of great meat to it, delving into the great responsibility that should come with great power, while acknowledging all of the people those allegedly powerful people have to keep an eye on. It is also a fantastic Adaar is a pirate with epic secrets Lana is a Cargo pilot from a mining colony, and this young woman has seen more than her fair share of the rough breaks and bad cards life can hand out. Not only were both of these characters great fun to follow through this adventure, the story has a lot of great meat to it, delving into the great responsibility that should come with great power, while acknowledging all of the people those allegedly powerful people have to keep an eye on. It is also a fantastic story with regards to judging people as individuals as opposed to making blanket assumptions based on the actions of a few, and reminds the reader that assumptions may be easy to make, but that doesn't mean they are correct.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Good read This book was a very interesting read. I enjoyed the plot. The only thing I disliked was the constant pessimism from Lana. I understand that her life was hard, but sometimes you just have to make the best of things even though things are hard. I like to read these stories to escape reality. However, this one kept reminding me that sometimes life sucks. Overall, I liked the plot, so don't miss this book because of my one critique. I received a free copy for an honest review. Good read This book was a very interesting read. I enjoyed the plot. The only thing I disliked was the constant pessimism from Lana. I understand that her life was hard, but sometimes you just have to make the best of things even though things are hard. I like to read these stories to escape reality. However, this one kept reminding me that sometimes life sucks. Overall, I liked the plot, so don't miss this book because of my one critique. I received a free copy for an honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Cyn

    Lana is an interesting mix of a wild cat and a mom. She likes speeding and does reckless jobs, but when it comes to taking care of her brother she's responsible and caring. I like that she has an instant attraction to Adaar and vice versa that they both fight. I like the sexual tension and the easy flow of their gradual relationship. My only issue is how everything cut off at the end. I want to read what comes next. Lana is an interesting mix of a wild cat and a mom. She likes speeding and does reckless jobs, but when it comes to taking care of her brother she's responsible and caring. I like that she has an instant attraction to Adaar and vice versa that they both fight. I like the sexual tension and the easy flow of their gradual relationship. My only issue is how everything cut off at the end. I want to read what comes next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dekaydreader

    A fun read; not my favorite genre, as it turns out, and not nearly as steamy as I like, but a good story. Little bit of Star Wars flavor with a hint of Kenyon's League. Could have used some sizzle and more tension, maybe? Enjoyed it enough to head on for the next in the series! A fun read; not my favorite genre, as it turns out, and not nearly as steamy as I like, but a good story. Little bit of Star Wars flavor with a hint of Kenyon's League. Could have used some sizzle and more tension, maybe? Enjoyed it enough to head on for the next in the series!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Jackson

  14. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Hering

  16. 4 out of 5

    MaL

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shanna

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aj

  19. 4 out of 5

    Judith A. Mercier

  20. 4 out of 5

    Cathleen

  21. 5 out of 5

    SIS

  22. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Stine

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ami

  25. 4 out of 5

    Liza

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Mountjoy

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cherylyn Thompson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Molly Hocker

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bridget Blackwood

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nyrma Enid

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