McCormick’s No Limits introduced some of the characters that take center stage, and here they are wildly complex and sexually uninhibited. This is not for the faint of heart. There is a brutal society described, and it forces the hero to make some very emotional choices. The zigzag nature of events makes this a completely satisfying page-turner. Includes m/m, f/f and f/f/m content.
Stinger pilot Gia is just looking for a quick hookup. When she runs into space pirate Zan, they quench their passions and discover they have more in common than they realize. After a series of mishaps, they end up stranded on Zan’s home planet and at the mercy of his sadistic father. When her health shield malfunctions, Gia experiences many of Zan’s memories, which pulls them closer together. (APHRODISIA, Feb., 256 pp., $14.00)