Ragnar and Juliet

Ragnar and Juliet RAGNAR AND JULIET a romantic comedy space opera Bounty hunting is usually so easy Flash a little cleavage mix a roofie cocktail and Juliet has her man right where she wants him out cold ready to b

  • Title: Ragnar and Juliet
  • Author: Lucy Woodhull
  • ISBN: 9781595788689
  • Page: 472
  • Format: ebook
  • RAGNAR AND JULIET, a romantic comedy space opera Bounty hunting is usually so easy Flash a little cleavage, mix a roofie cocktail, and Juliet has her man right where she wants him out cold, ready to be swapped for cash Her passions are freedom, trashy clothes, and pie not necessarily in that order.Hunky alien ship captain Ragnar doesn t deserve torture at the handsRAGNAR AND JULIET, a romantic comedy space opera Bounty hunting is usually so easy Flash a little cleavage, mix a roofie cocktail, and Juliet has her man right where she wants him out cold, ready to be swapped for cash Her passions are freedom, trashy clothes, and pie not necessarily in that order.Hunky alien ship captain Ragnar doesn t deserve torture at the hands of the psychotic king who hired Juliet he liberated one of William the Nefarious illegal concubines Juliet can t ignore such a noble act She doesn t trust men, but this one, with the kindest smile she s ever seen, picks away at her resolve to stay aloof and clothed He s just soce Crazy she can deal with sincerity is terrifying.Before she gives in to her irrational urge to get a timeshare with him and his cute tail , they re caught by the bad guys Ragnar disappears and abandons her to her disgusting captors so much for togetherness Perhaps he s not such a saint Even worse, Nefarious William who prefers Bob has nominated her for Concubine of the Evening This dubious honor does not thrill her, and only a few hours remain before the king s mind altering drugs obliterate her free will.Sexual slavery might not be fatal, but Juliet would rather die Of course, the third option run away to a beach and hump Ragnar silly is the best, if they can live that long.

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    • Gerty Mac says:

      Despite not being my normal flavor (I'm more of a "rocks fall, everyone dies" kind of reader), I really enjoyed Ragnar and Juliet. It was witty and fast-paced, and a little bit naughty. But who doesn't love a man with a tail? Well worth a read if you're looking for something fun and lighthearted. Or if you're Team Cake (or Pie, really).

    • Lyndi says:

      I'm so glad I read this. It was hilarious! I think my favorite part was the introduction of the king, which won't spoil anything for you:“King William the Nefarious! PhD in Sports Psychology. King William the Nefarious! Even more nefarious than some who might call themselves nefarious, but who are markedly less nefarious than King William.” He puffed and panted from all his speechifying.Ragnar and Juliet clapped politely, unsure of what else to do.“Thank you,” he wheezed. “The king wro [...]

    • Ju Dimello says:

      I loved, loved the book! I have read very few sci-fi romance, and Lucy's was fantastic :) Simple story - of girl meets boy, and they both have to escape an evil king to get to their HEA, but Lucy has created magic with it. There's a super-rodent aka space ship's first mate to contend with (Eep!) and there're concubines as well! Oh, and there's a tail involved ;)Umm.ere's pies too! OMG! Let me stop here before I giveaway the entire story ;) Enjoyed every moment of reading it and she made me laugh [...]

    • Rose says:

      I reviewed this for TwoLips Reviews, LLC: Juliet loves her job as a bounty hunter—flash a little cleavage, mix a little ruffie-infused cocktail and bam…e has her man just where she wants him. Out cold and in her brig. Then it’s time to celebrate with pie, something she loves as much as her freedom and trashy clothes.Liberating one of King William the Nefarious’ illegal concubines has put sexy alien space ship captain Ragnar on Juliet’s bounty list. While Juliet can’t ignore his noble [...]

    • Tim Holtorf says:

      Ragnar & Juliet is the first book I’ve read from author Lucy Woodhull. Touted as sci fi romance, there definitely should be comedy added to that description. This book is chalk full of it."Bounty hunting is usually so easy. Flash a little cleavage, mix a roofie cocktail, and Juliet has her man right where she wants him: out cold, ready to be swapped for cash. Her passions are freedom, trashy clothes, and pie—not necessarily in that order."Hunky alien ship captain Ragnar doesn’t deserve [...]

    • Toni says:

      A sexy bounty hunter, a hunky fugitive with a tail (called Torval), a psychotic despot in a gold jumpsuitwho could ask for more?I liked it! ‘Nuff said. However, since the word “review” dictates that I give more explanation than that The whimsical and irreverent stories like this one appeal to me and I enjoyed this one so much, I read it in one sitting. Pick any Sci-fi adventure and this story reads like a satire of it. Juliet’s as independent as they come, brave, and thoroughly happy wit [...]

    • Chrystal says:

      OMG you need to read this book. It's hilariously funny and witty and smart and everything about it is awesome. The characters are super real (the most they can be for aliens), and their interaction was just spot on fun. But on a more serious note, I just wanted there to be more of this book because everything was so well written and made me want to read faster and faster and then I was done and I wanted something else. I couldn't put it down (in the figurative sense because I was reading it on m [...]

    • MNLO says:

      Oh, this is a joy. Something you add to a gift list, because it's innocent, cheeky, (sometimes) hot fun in a small package (80 pages).There were just two things I didn't really like about it. Juliet is put up as a very strong woman, but stumbles from damsel-in-distress situation to damsel-in-distress situation. Give her some more chances to not only be verbally kick ass, but also physically. "My sex" is a completely not-sexy word and it threw me out of the sexy scenes. Shame.On to the second one [...]

    • Adele Buck says:

      Delightfully silly!If Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Spaceballs had a romance novel baby, it would be this book. Lots of books that use the sort of self-aware humor Lucy does end up skewing past "funny" and landing on "precious" for me, but this book never went there. It was just the thing I needed as an escape from a five-day stretch of flu. And I mean that in the very best way. Pure escapist fun.

    • bookishgirl says:

      The word “Hero” is thrown around a lot these days, but Lucy Woodhull is so amazing I recommend the word be changed to “Woodhull,” as in “That amazing Woodhull dashed into the burning building and rescued the adorable family of cats juggling penguins who lived there.”

    • Nichole ~Bookaholic~ says:

      this was silly and fun readd puns and all

    • Carly K says:

      I enjoyed this immensely. It's charming and light and funny.

    • Yvette says:

      A frivolous read. Loved the Eep!

    • Angela says:

      So much fun!

    • Lindsay says:

      A nice, light sci-fi read. Lots of fun. The sequel is great too.

    • Becky Black says:

      A really fun read. I've never seen a romance hero with the two particular attributes Ragnar has. Juliet is lots of fun too. I hope there'll be more soon from this writer.

    • Claire says:

      Fun, action-packed, sexy and able to laugh at itself as well!

    • Emily says:

      Fun space romance-y.

    • Maddy Barone says:

      This book was hot and fun. Kudos to Ms. Woodhull for giving her readers a few hours of lovely entertainment.

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