The commander's slave, By KS Augustin
Published by New concepts
Grade: B

About the book:

She doesn't know who she is. She is found wandering the crash-site of a ship and taken to Hell's Market where she is sold to a hard-eyed mercenary with nothing but sex on his mind. But things are never quite as they seem. For a start, the 'mercenary', Tangus, is Commander of the last remnant of the Seti species, his home-world and its entire civilian population blown into oblivion in a single act of unspeakable brutality. In an uncaring galaxy he is determined to find a way for his all-male contingent (and the Seti name) to live on and obtain justice for their planet's destruction even if his plan involves inter-breeding the Seti with females from other species.

After her ship crashes, Asha is left with no memory of who she is. She is captured by a group of males who auction her off to the highest bidder. She is lonely, weak, hungry and has no idea who she is, yet she feels safe with the controlling ship commander who has bought her.

Tangus is the leader of a the remaining males of his species. Without women to have babies with, his race will die out. Tangus sees Asha and believes that she is the answer to their problems. He decides that she will be the first woman to start the breeding with and re populate his race.

Asha and Tangus have incredible sexual needs, and please each other well. However, it's not long before Tangus has to put his personal feelings aside and choose either his people, or the woman is he falling in love with.

This is a wonderful read that I recomend it to anyone who enjoys sci-fi.


  1. KS // 3:38 a.m.  

    Hi there Chantal! I'm the author and just thought I'd mention that you have the review for TCS (The Commander's Slave) b-u-t the synopsis (in italics) for "Combat!", an upcoming release of mine from Samhain.
    I am so sorry for the troubles you underwent with my story. Glad you liked it! :)
    KS Augustin

  2. Chantal // 8:39 a.m.  

    Oops! I fixed that. DUh, lol

    Thanks for stopping by. I love it when authors do that :)