Pirate Nemesis (Telepathic Space Pirates Book 1) by Carysa Locke (Review by Shelly – #NerdGirlXrayer)

Title: Pirate Nemesis (Telepathic Space Pirates Book 1)

Author:  Carysa Locke

Published Date: May 22nd 2017

Genre: Sci Fi


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Killers. Thieves. Pirates. Family.

Mercy Kincaid is a fugitive from her own family. Her dangerous telepathic gifts make her a target. So is anyone she gets close to. When her best friend is captured and tortured, Mercy’s only hope is to reunite with the family that tried to murder her as a child. She trusts few among her blood relatives, but finds herself intrigued by an enigmatic and dangerous killer.

Reaper has spent a lifetime watching his people die. He’s vowed to kill anyone who jeopardizes their survival. Mercy’s gifts are the biggest threat they’ve faced in eleven years, since a biological weapon nearly annihilated the pirate colonies. But Reaper realizes her talents can either destroy them, or save them. He must decide if he’s fallen victim to her power, or if he can truly trust the beautiful woman and her compelling abilities. If he makes the wrong choice, everyone dies.

Pirate Nemesis is the first book in an ongoing science fiction romance series. If you like compelling world-building, fantastic characters, and sizzling romance, then you’ll love Carysa Locke’s new twist on an old genre.

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***Shelly – #NerdGirlXrayer’s  Review***
Mercy is a fugitive from her family. Her mother has always told her to run, never look back, and never trust her family. She finds refuge with a pirate family but never gives up hope in finding her mother. This leads Mercy and her best friend Atrea to be captured. As they are tortured it looks like there is no hope for them. When they are saved it opens a whole new world for Mercy. She doesn’t know who to trust so she turns to her savior Reaper. He is a killer but struggles with the feelings he has for Mercy.

This is a kick a** read. The sci fi setting was phenomenal and well written. You felt like you were aboard the ship. It was interesting to read about each characters talent. The characters were multi faceted and kept you involved in the story. I wanted to be part of the group. If you want a great sci fi read that was full of angst, suspense, non stop action and some romance on the side then I recommend this book.


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