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Released: November 20, 2012
Genre: BDSM, Erotic Romance, Sci Fi
Series: Brides of the Kindred #7
Published by Evangeline Anderson Books
I loved every second. I laughed, I cried, I squirmed and had some rather deliciously naughty dreams that night. Loved. It. ~ Under the Covers
Lissa, High Priestess of the Goddess and Saber a much feared Touch Kindred warrior have loved each other since they were young, but because of the antiquated laws of their planet they can never touch or be together. However, circumstances out of their control have them working together in Yonnie Six, a barbaric planet where men are bred as nothing more then slaves and to fit in Saber a powerful warrior must submit to the usually shy Lissa. They must play their parts to perfection, the fate of the universe depends on it, but can they hold themselves back from showing the passionate but forbidden love they both possess for one another.
Whenever there is a new Kindred book out I know I need to set aside the day as there isn’t a chance I will do anything but snuggle up with Kendra the Kindle and read it cover to cover, and this time was no different; I got my supply of Diet Pepsi and grapes (I am on a diet, usually it would be salt & vinegar crisps) and got to reading. I loved every second. I laughed, I cried, I squirmed and had some rather deliciously naughty dreams that night. Loved. It.
Lissa and Saber were just so cute together, perfectly matched and although they did have some explosively hot scenes together, definitely the kinkiest in the series, there was just something adorably sweet about them. As for the kinky factor *fans self* wow, it had me panting and drooling all over poor Kendra…it’s always the quiet ones you have to watch out for!
Another reason I enjoyed this book so much was that it tied up a lot of loose ends as this was supposed to be the end of the Kindred series, but luckily there was a note at the end saying there will be at least one more. But as this was written like it was the last, you get to see the conclusion of Draven and the horde and also meet Lara’s clone again. We also get to check in with all the other couple to see how they are faring, I love to check up on a previous HEA!
This book, and this series, is full of humour, super smexy sex and had some damn sexy aliens in it and I am so glad that it isn’t coming to end and I will have at least one more book to look forward to. In the meantime, I am keeping my eyes to the sky and looking out for the Kindred mothership….beam me up!
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