Released: February 15th 2018
Series: Valos of Sonhadra #7
“If you love alien sci fi romances, you need to give this series a try”
~ Under the Covers
The Valos of Sonhadra series is a Sci-Fi alien romance with each of the 9 books in the series being told by a different author. If you have a favourite author of the bunch and don’t want to read them all don’t worry, each book can be read as a standalone. The background story for each book is the same, the heroine for nefarious and various reasons has been locked away in a prison ship and being experimented on by scientists. The experimentation changes each of the heroines in some way, which becomes massively useful when the prison ship crash lands on an unfamiliar planet. That’s when the heroine starts to meet the natives. Sonhadra, the planet they have landed on, is inhabited by different factions of valos. The valos all have unique abilities and appearances…and most of them haven’t seen a female in a long long time.
Undying by Tiffany Roberts
Valos of Sonhadra #7
Wins the Award for Best Superpower of the Series
When you can’t die why not hook up with death? Or at least the valos who kills everything he touches…apart from her. Orishok is the last in his race and is the caretaker of his now dead race and their city. His touch is death to everyone but Quinn the female who stumbled into his city. Undying gives us another sweet and sexy romance as Quinn and Orishok fall in love and find a very delicious use for the bath house.
Overall thoughts: Another good instalment into the series
Enduring by Marina Simcoe
Valos of Sonhadra #8
Wins the Award for Most Heart Wrenching of the Series
Although Shadowed was my favourite, Enduring was a really really close second. In fact I would say they were almost equal, it must be something about valos associated with stone! Zoya finds herself being looked after by two valos, Rock and Vlunn. She is helplessly attracted to them, despite their alien appearance and won over by their kindness. The only problem being that Vlunn and Rock are already in a relationship with one another. The other issue: they’re dying. The book had me wiping away a few tears and needing a fan to cool down. Vlunn and Rock were hot together and this was the only book in the series where the males were in a sexual relationship with each other as well as the heroine. I won’t be spoiling this much when I tell you this has a happy ending, but, even though I knew that would happen, it was still an emotional read.
Overall thoughts: Adored this book! Not only was it sexy, but it was imbued with plenty of emotional ups and downs.
Unfrozen by Regine Abel
Valos of Sonhadra #9
Wins the Award for Most Heroic Heroine in the Series
Unfrozen is the closing chapter in this series and I am sad to see the end of it! It’s been a good series full of different types of alien men and women with some interesting abilities. Lydia has one of my favourite abilities, she can change her body temperature so she is either freezing or burning hot. Which comes in handy when she has to save a whole race of valos by racing over a river of lava. That’s pretty kick ass. The romance between Lydia and Kai, an ice valos, was cute, not as hot as some of the other books, but I loved seeing their relationship grow.
Overall thoughts: This was a nice note to end the series on and gave me yet another author to check out.
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