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A gay man crashing on a planet with a male-only species. How could that be a bad thing?

Captain James Hart is a ship captain who has never truly felt like he belongs. He doesn't have any close family, and the only friends he has are his crewmates. He pilots a ship called the Horizon and loves every single minute of it, despite the lingering feeling that something is missing.

One day, James and his crew are knocked off course and crash on a planet that never came up on their radars. Acadia is a beautiful planet of male-identified beings struggling with their own fertility issues and one of them, a young General named Ryker, will change his life forever.

Author Note: This audiobook contains several hot MM sex scenes and is for listeners who are 18+. Enjoy!

©2017 K.T. Thomason (P)2017 K.T. Thomason
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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did a robot write this?

I think audible is testing out their AI system with this. The narrator has a textbook quality, but given that the writing is so bad, it could just be that. The writing reminds me of those memes where a robot writes a romance. It is funny, but it's also bad.