Overlord Review

His planet is his prison...and only she can set him free.

After a year, Michael "Overlord" Parker finally knows who's been pilfering his black market goods. Astonishingly, the elusive Bandit of Taiga isn't a man. It's a woman, an infuriating spitfire who's half in love with Michael's overly romanticized reputation.

Remarkably Average Mary exudes an intoxicating scent that Michael can't quite puzzle out, even with his unique ability. As long as she remains bound and blindfolded, he has the advantage—and the bonus of tormenting the bane of his existence.

Mary's deceptively innocent face has never failed her. Yet somehow she's at the mercy of a man she knows only as "Commander". His demands are simple. Surrender her methods of banditry, or surrender her body. As his essence invades her intuitive ability—and her remaining senses—she becomes increasingly frantic to escape before she yields all that and more to her compelling captor.

Their sensual sparring ignites, and Michael finds himself wanting to erase Overlord's myth from her fantasies in favor of the real man. But first he has to foil the slippery little devil's escape attempts. And find out who's been using her to unknowingly help the empire wipe him off the face of his own planet.

Warning: This futuristic medieval contains a planet-owning alpha hero, a feisty heroine who can swear in over thirty languages, a side-kick with a crackleseed addiction, witty repartee, epic space battles, sensual karate, and tight black leather pants.

Edition Language:English

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    Overlord Reviews

  • Laurie Garrison

    Overlord is pure explosive! Yep, the hero and heroine are full of explosive complications between each other and themselves. I really loved the beginning and the ending, but with all the back and four...

  • Danielle Thomas

    Excellent dystopian m/m book....

  • Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews

    Originally posted at: http://longandshortreviews.blogspot.c...Captive or captor? Sometimes the lines blur when matters of the heart take over. Take Remarkably Average Mary No Last Name, or so she’d ...

  • Kate

    It's the second book? I wouldn't have guessed, so obviously each book in the series stands alone just fine. I really loved the character of Mary--she didn't wilt the way a lot of strong heroines do wh...

  • Linda

    Overlord is a fantastic second book in The Fringe Series. I was hooked from the very start with the back and forth between Remarkably Average Mary and Michael "Overlord" Parker and I found this new wo...

  • Alix

    I think after the first one (maybe reading back to back to back was a mistake?) I didn't enjoy this one as much, but still a solid three stars. I found I didn't like/connect with this pair of characte...

  • gert

    weird. i crazy-loved the first book. and was chomping at the bit for the overlord's story - since we meet him in the first book.just meh. heroine could have been kick-ass if we didn't have to go throu...

  • Caitlin

    Eh, I didn't like this quite as much as the first in this series (although they are stand alone novels). Mostly, it was a bit overlong for what it was and not as exciting as it could have been. Maybe ...

  • Tina

    Really liked characters and world building. The romance was a slow building but very hot!...