Bounty (Dangerous Men Dangerous Places)

Bounty Dangerous Men Dangerous Places This story was originally published as part of the Dangerous Men Dangerous Places Anthology When Gemma Scott s shuttle crash lands on Alcatraz prison planet she s sure of one thing if the impact does

  • Title: Bounty (Dangerous Men Dangerous Places)
  • Author: Krystal Brookes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 392
  • Format: ebook
  • This story was originally published as part of the Dangerous Men Dangerous Places Anthology.When Gemma Scott s shuttle crash lands on Alcatraz prison planet, she s sure of one thing if the impact doesn t kill her, the inmates will She wakes up in the hut of a convicted terrorist and wonders how long it will be until the handsome but dangerous man discovers she was the onThis story was originally published as part of the Dangerous Men Dangerous Places Anthology.When Gemma Scott s shuttle crash lands on Alcatraz prison planet, she s sure of one thing if the impact doesn t kill her, the inmates will She wakes up in the hut of a convicted terrorist and wonders how long it will be until the handsome but dangerous man discovers she was the one who arrested him two years earlier As their attraction grows, they work together to help Gemma escape the dangerous planet But they can t deny the sparks that fly between them.

    One thought on “Bounty (Dangerous Men Dangerous Places)”

    1. I really liked this story. It combined too of my favorite things: survival and a tortured heart. Rob had to endure a lot of heartache and pain, but he never would have met Gemma if things hadn't happened the way they had for him. For such a short story, there sure was a lot packed in there. The world-building, descriptions, characters, interactions, dialogue, and situations were all very well done. It all flowed so smoothly and I couldn't stop reading once I had started. There was an underlying [...]

    2. I thought this story rocked! It not only provided a strong female lead and an upstanding hero, but a fast paced adventure with more than a few sizzling moments.I find Ms. Brookes writing vivid, well formed and exciting.

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