Summary

Kirall was desperate. He was a Black Prime Dragoon, the strongest and fiercest of his kind. He was returning home after defeating the Varana when a small planet's moon triggered his Joining Heat. It shouldn't have been possible.
He was right.
Autumn was desperate. She was human, female, and struggling to survive. At 22, she was barely making ends meet. It's why she agreed to impersonate her roommate as a waitress for the weekend at a private party. She believed the money would change her life.
She was right.
Two unlikely people are brought together because of desperation. If they can find a way past the deceptions that brought them together, they will change not only each other, but possibly the universe as well.
©2016 M.K. Eidem (P)2018 M.K. Eidem
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2 out of 5 stars
By Lynnee50 on 03-02-18

Boring

What would have made Kirall's Kiss better?

I am afraid I found this story extremely boring. If you took out the sex scenes the book would be very short, I skipped through most of them. There is very little story here, and what there is was really dull. The female lead was pathetic and weak, her reaction when she was practically raped was ridiculous and I have to say her personality was not helped by the monotone and sickly sweet voice of the female narrator.

Has Kirall's Kiss put you off other books in this genre?

No but it has certainly put me off this author and the narrator.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

The male narrators were ok, but the female had little personality.

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 20-01-18

A definite read for any romance fan

Always a delight to read. I didn't think they could get better, but the audio format is fantastic and shows the authors attention to detail isn't only in her writing but in her choice of audio narrators. Fantastic book you'll love to listen to again and again......

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5 out of 5 stars
By Carolyn Conner on 24-01-18

Enjoyable Story

A very good narration that helped to make an already good book thoroughly enjoyable. From start to finish I listened because the story captivated me.

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10 of 10 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Darlene on 18-01-18

Heart Sick

I absolutely love M.K. Eidem's Stories. But this one although only 4 1/2 hours long. Was nothing but sex for most of the book. Break's my heart because it could have been so much more! The narration was great as always. Believe it or not I am not apposed to a few sex scenes. Because I can skip through them and get on with the story. When I get fed up with all the unnecessary descriptions of the act. However this book was way out of line and over the top with the sex!

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