There was a time when critics said there is no sex in Science Fiction, meaning that is a bad thing. This time is definitely long gone. I made the mistake of buying more than one book written by William Barton alone and together with Michael Capbianco, without knowing them. The cover text seemed nice enough. If I had known only one of these books beforehand, I wouldn't have bought any more. There are no 3 sequential pages in these books where the "hero" does not either [you know which 4 letter word I mean] a woman (no, "making love to a woman does not describe it correctly), thinks about it, remembers a previous encounter or imagines what her most private parts look like. Great, that's exaclty why I buy a Science Fiction book. Science Fiction in Germany was once thought to be boy's literature, nothing that grown man would read. Books like this one are still not fit for grown man, but we have progressed: They are also not fit for boys. Only adolescents might find something interesting.
I hope this review is not censored because of offensive language, I tried to restrain myself, but William Barton definitely did not.