Kidnapped (Infinitum Government, Book 1)

The Infinitum Government is the ruling power of a vast interplanetary alliance. The members of Rehab Guard know hard work, as they are ppointed to guard the many and varied prisoners within the alliance. To be a Rehab Guard is a brutal and dangerous job, but Sean loves it. It covers his secret and gives him a normal life. Until the day a new prisoner arrives, a genetically-engineered Draconis with magic abilities, and he accidentally ‘matches’ with him. Convicted of murder, the prisoner was supposed to spend his life in prison, but now he has fleed the prison along with his match, Sean, and they’ve started the adventure of a lifetime.

Paperback: 381 Pages

Language: English

Format: Kindle Edition & Paperback

Reviewed By Reviewed By Violeta Nedkova
“Amazing world-building, lovable characters, funny romance, political schemes, delicious queerness, and tons of action in space. This sci-fi book has it all, it seems.”


This book was surprising in more than one ways.

First of all, I expected a male-male romance with sci-fi elements, not an action-packed science-fiction book with political nuances and two main relationships, not one.

The general idea is that there’s an alien species called the Draconis, and they match with all kinds of other species. When you’re near your match, it happens at once and you share magical powers. So one of the main couples is a Draconis prisoner who matches with a human guard, and they go on a journey in space together, and the other main couple is of a Fornarian pirate and the guard’s human best friend. The connections between these people are so winding and entertaining, I couldn’t stop reading.

While I expected to like the ‘main’ couple more (prisoner and guard), the secondary one was funnier and had more pages than the main one, which was confusing, but I can’t complain.

Basically, I was confused by the genre and by how many couples there are in this book, but I have to say, if you love science fiction and the idea of fated mates, and if you love an action-packed story with a lot of world-building, space battles, and adorable characters, then this might be the book for you.

Overall, this is a really good story and the romance parts were really amazing, too.

Reviewed by Violeta Nedkova