Belle Starr by Belinda McBride

Belle Starr by Belinda McBride
Publisher: Loose-ID
Genre: Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Futuristic
Length: Full Length (157 pgs)
Other: M/F, F/M/M, Multiple Partners
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by Cholla

Marshal Annabelle “Cowgirl” Oakley is the best law enforcement officer in Interstellar Coalition Enforcement. With her wolf Tucker at her side, Belle is clearly the best man for the job. Unfortunately, the job comes with hazards, and one of those hazards comes in the shape of tall, mysterious Armand.

Armand de le Croix is a werewolf with amnesia. He has no idea how he came to be living in Coalition space, he doesn’t know where his people are, or why his inky black hair is now snowy white. He just knows that the tall dangerous redhead is all that he wants, and he means to have her regardless of what he must do to win.

When they meet, it’s magic. When they part, it’s mayhem.

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, male/male sexual content, menage (m/m/f with m/m content), sex while in shifted form, violence.

Racing across the galaxy, kicking butts and taking names, can occasionally have its drawbacks for an Interstellar Tracker-Hunter. However, the usual was never Marshall Annabelle Oakley’s style, so why should her problems be any different?

Belle is my kind of woman. She’s tough, strong, independent, and always gets her man. However, she has her doubts and insecurities like the rest of us, making her more of a real woman in the real world. Armand, on the other hand, is a well-balanced alpha male who knows when to turn the arrogance on full-force and when to put on the dampers. I love an alpha that isn’t always barreling forward, guns blazing, shoving his woman behind him. One that knows how and when to do just that is priceless.

When Belle and Armand come together, they combust. Passion, humor, and intense emotions reign supreme. And when they’re separated by the powers of fate and duty, that passion, desire, and need fuels an amazing, action-packed hunt across the galaxy.

Once again, Belinda McBride surrounds her hero and heroine with a group of wonderful and entertaining supporting cast, many of which just beg for their own story. From other hunter-trackers to werewolves to a myriad of amusing and intriguing aliens, you want to hear each and every story. I have to say that this is one of the reasons why I enjoy reading her work so much. Too many authors put in extraneous characters that are just there to help the plot along. Not here. You get involved with everyone who crosses the page, and I believe that’s a good thing.

Between the exotic aliens, sexy weres, and the red-haired, beauty of a marshal, you’ll be hard-pressed to put this book down! A definite winner on all counts.


  1. Thanks so much for reading and reviewing Belle Starr! I appreciate it so much!

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