This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Menage Romance, Sci-Fi Romance
Released on February 18, 2016
It seems like forever since I read Casey’s Warriors, which was the start of a new series by Ann Mayburn about aliens needing women after their women went a little crazy. See, the men live long lives and usually pick a bondmate male. They love each other as they look for their female mate. With the majority of natural born female aliens having turned in to psychos, they need to “harvest” women from other planets. When they find a female mate that they can bond with, they usually bond with all the males in the group making a big happy family.
We jump right into Jaz’s story when the Kadothian enter the earth’s atmosphere and no one knows what is going on and then quickly jump to months later when Jaz has already bonded with two males, Mavet and Xentix, whom are now her husbands. Mavet is bonded Tandar, who has been off battling the Hive (the psychos). Tandar has come to the the wife of his bondmate and hope that they are compatible as he only wants to be loved.
Jaz is counselor to the earth women as an ambassador. She helps the women acclimate to a new culture, but as well dealing with two or more husbands. Having two husbands of her own is great, but now she is nervous about meeting a possible candidate for a thirds husband.
There is a side story with Jaz getting in trouble with an official and going before what I would assume would be a court system. The story moves extremely fast and my biggest complaint is that we totally missed out on how Jaz met Mavet and Xentix. The only other thing that gets to me is the free love kind of feel. Not that I am against it, but everything is very open, very different and I would probably be one of the problem females if we were really invaded. I didn’t let that curtail my enjoyment of the story. I am so looking forward to the next full length novel in this series as I don’t feel short stories do it for me.
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