Yes, Captain by Rebecca Royce
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short (35 pages)
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Tiger Lily
Lizbeth is having a rough time. After her captain and best friend Acton is kidnapped from their ship, she is forced to serve under the disgusting hand of one of her least favorite people, Troy. But things have improved because she has located Acton. Now, she just needs to convince Troy to turn the ship around so they can go and get him.
Living on Earth with no idea that he is actually the captain of a major space vessel, Acton will have to rediscover his past quickly. The Instigator and all of its crew are under attack from an enemy that will do anything to protect what it values most above other things: the sanctity of Earth.
But as Acton and Lizbeth become reacquainted, they will need their new love to help them defeat the traitor who hunts them and wants only their deaths to satisfy his desires.
What do you do when the love of your life isn’t on your spaceship because he’s been banished to Earth? You have two choices: move on, or go get him. For Lizbeth, there’s no choice.
The Tutonians are coming! And they want to push to make sure the deal is enforced. What deal? You’ll find out when you read Yes, Captain.
Ms. Royce’s story drew me in immediately. I felt like I was part of the daily life on the ship. Although there are a multitude of characters to start out with, it was pretty easy to keep them straight. I liked the idea of the hero being abducted. It made Lizbeth realize her feelings for him. I loved the slow build-up of the story. Yes, I knew how she felt, but I had to keep reading to see what would happen and how everything linked together. And let me tell you, it was totally worth the read.
Lizbeth is a strong heroine I could identify with. She knows her place, but she also knows how to feel. I liked her take-charge attitude and her remark when she had to kill... “gross”. Okay, so out of context it sounds odd, but trust me, when you read this, you’ll see the humor.
For a fun, sexy out-of-this-world romance, you won't go wrong with "Yes, Captain."