Spaceport: Incognito by Cat Marsters

Spaceport: Incognito by Cat Marsters
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Sci-fi/Fantasy, Futuristic
Length: Full Length
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Menage
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by Bittersweet

Jal is a bounty hunter. Kali is his quarry. When he finds the former socialite disguised as a cheap whore, turning tricks on Spaceport Adana, he can’t believe his luck. All he has to do is return her to her fiancé, and he’s rich. So what if he’s sampling the wares on the trip home? It’s not as if it’s the first time she’s traded in sex.
Except that there’s a reason why Kali ran from her privileged background, and once Jal hears it, he’s faced with a dilemma. Previously, knowing his skip was facing certain death would never have bothered him, but this time all the money in the ‘verse won’t compensate for it. Can he send her home, knowing she’ll be instantly killed, or should he believe her story and help with her mission — which might end up getting them both killed?

Besides, it’s very possible that Kali knows the secret to finding the one thing Jal has been searching for all his life…

I can’t stop smiling, I just can’t stop, and all because of Cat Marsters and Spaceport Incognito. I’ve never been into space stories and alien beings, but now I wonder what more have I been missing?

The story was a bit confusing at first with all those new terms and extraterrestrial beings: Blyat, Nil Raja, haang-jui, the people with blue hair, blue eyes, strange markings on their skin, but my quizzical glance only lasted a few pages. The concepts as well as the alien creatures became quickly familiar and turned Spaceport Incognito into an addictive drug for my plan was to read a few chapters and stop; I couldn’t. I even forgot to eat my afternoon snack!

An amazing plot: a brother looking for a lost sister, a prostitute that’s not what she seems, disappearing children, adorable Kitaliis, a killer fiancé, a blooming love and lot’s of very hot sex all of it perfectly interlaced and woven. Add all that and then throw in some great descriptions, some characters which you can’t stop thinking about even after finishing the novel (did I mention that I’ve spent all day remembering my favourite bits of the story? Kali getting Jal turned on, the trio with the Antillan man, several turning points which got me on edge -in both ways-…) and you end up with Spaceport Incognito and aching cheeks from smiling so much (I’m grinning just from the thought of it).

This novel is a definite must read!! I’m keeping it and already rereading it!

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