- Siren Bookstrand
- Release Date
- June 2014
- Book 1 of The Warriors
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Ménage or more
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Futuristic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M elements, public exhibition, HEA]
The men of any species have needs…
Gemini Hudson has grown up, knowing the truth behind those words, but what happens when those needs pitch lovers against each other in a war torn galaxy?
Cirrion Warrior Zorran rescued a nine year old Gemini in a rare show of compassion. Twelve years later his slave has grown into a beautiful young woman which he feels inexorably drawn to. However, she is only human and too fragile for his dark desires. Desires he is certain he can only share with one man—his Drakan lover Ornack.
With Drakan at war with Cirrion the men's relationship seems doomed to failure. Giving Gemini to Ornack will fulfil their emotional needs in a way Zorran can't.
From the minute he sees her, Lord Ornack knows this female is the one woman who can complete their circle, because she loves Zorran as much as he does.
There's only one solution. Claim both his mates and damn the consequences.
A Siren Erotic Romance
May 24, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
134 people found the following review helpful
When Gemini is only nine, she's rescued by Cirrion warrior Zorran, which in and of itself, is surprising given that Cirrions aren't known for displaying emotion let alone something as unheard of as compassion. Raised a slave, she grows into a beautiful, young woman who happens to be in love with her captor. Unfortunately, he seems uninterested.
Zorran can't possibly have feelings for his slave. To do so could mean death or worse for the both of them. In an attempt to save her, he gifts her to his Drakan lover, Ornack. And that's where the story really takes off.
TAKEN BY HER ALIEN WARRIORS is story 1 in The Warriors series where we learn that the Cirrions and Drakans are at war. As to why, we don't even think they know anymore. Sound familiar? And where the Cirrions are battle-hardened and unemotional (think cold-blooded reptile), the Drakans seem much more loving and mmmm, hot-blooded. And since you know this is a menage, the scenes between Zorran and Ornack are oh so very scorching. And when they finally include Gemini, oh boy, you might want to have your favorite BOB at the ready with fresh batteries.
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