Book Pimpin’: Origin, by Dani Worth


This book was AWESOME!!! Loved it beyond words 😀 My review is below the cover and blurb.

(clicking cover takes you to author site)



In the race for freedom—and love—there’s no holding back.

Origin, The Kithran Regenesis, Book 4

After fourteen torturous years as a slave on a galaxy roving entertainment ship, Siri carries only vague memories of parents who loved her, Gwinarian food, and her beautiful home planet of Kithra.

When two space pirates burst into her owner’s room, the choice they offer her is all too easy: stay and face government questioning about the two intruders, or take a chance and go with them.

Claybourne and Anders had planned to help expose the pleasure ship owner’s involvement in Kithra’s destruction. But when they happen upon Siri, saving one of the last—and most beautiful—of the Gwinarian race takes precedence.

 Siri tastes freedom long denied…and temptation to succumb to the deep sexual tension vibrating between her and her two liberators. Clay and Anders take pleasure in letting her take the lead in rediscovering the power of intimacy.

But there are more secrets to uncover, and Siri senses that the closer they come to the truth, the closer she comes to the most painful choice of all—to let her pirate lovers go.

Warning: Sexy human space pirates. An acerbic-tongued crew. A beautiful wounded alien woman. M/M/F sparks galore, and interplanetary intrigue.



When I started reading Kithra, I was not aware that I would be sucked into a series so completely, but it happened 🙂

I LOVED Origin! It was a great addition to the series. Siri’s journey from slave to a truly free woman was emotional not only for her but for me–I cried, I laughed, I cheered, and when a certain thing happened at the end I cried REALLY hard (no spoilers!). Dani Worth did a fantastic job of writing a story that draws readers in and doesn’t let go. She is a truly gifted storyteller and I can’t wait for the next installment!


It’s a short review but I don’t want to spoil too much of the book. I literally cried several times during this book, as well as laughed. I cannot recommend this book, or this series, enough!


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