Oath Forger book five, by Nia Mars.
I’m totally the Oath Forger and I accepted three out of the five man.
Now I have to accept the other two, do I want to? I don’t know.
We are figuring out how we all work together, how we can be a family.
And then we need to find out who killed Tally and who wants me dead.
So piece of cake, wouldn’t you think?
I have no clue on how we are going to do that.
This is the last book in the Oath Forgers series. And I really loved the book, I normally hate it when books end, only this book had the perfect ending. No loose ends, which I found great.
I didn’t like it that the book ended and that there aren’t any more books are coming out with them as the main characters.
Like the other books this one is well written, fun and great to read. I read it in one breath. Still a little too short for me, only you never notice that it is short because the story is that good.
I fell in love with the characters, the way the man are around Ava and how they treat her like she is everything. Sounds great, I love how Ava reacts to everything and how she keeps on going.
I don’t have a favorite of the man, I still like how Roax was written and Koah, Tiam, Utah and Dason are all so great!
I hope to read more of Nia Mars and enjoy the worlds she creates because she is really good in what she does.
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Have a nice read,
Pirate Nemesis, telepathic space pirates book one, by Carysa Locke.
I’m fleeing from my family, for years now. First with my mom and now it is only me. I don’t know if my mom is dead or still alive. Still I keep searching for her.
Luckily I don’t have to do it alone, my best friend Atrea is with me.
Only one problem, we are both caught by gifted people and they want something from me.
See I’m a gifted, a telepathic and a powerful one too.
Now I need to safe my friend and the only way to do that is reunite with my long lost family.
I promised myself that when I find another strong gifted person who could harm my family and my world, I would kill her. Now that I have found her, I don’t know what to do. How can I kill a woman like her, am I falling for her powers. Will my choices doom us all?
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Book 5 in the Tharan Warrior Menage series by Kallista Dane is a standalone, happily ever after story. It does help to have read the previous books, but it is not a requirement. Though I totally would say to you know what is going on. Delta along with others from her crew where taken by pirates and sold into different forms of slavery. Delta the previous first mate of an all female crew was sold to the leader of the planet Borvaan into his thousand plus strong harem. She is a fighter and doesn’t want to be forced into the service of the Borvaan emperor. After having been there a while, Delta along with four other women from different planets are presented before the emperor. At this meeting identical twins are there as diplomats to their home world of Tharan. Zandyr and Zhynn are on a secret mission to find out what the Borvaan empire is doing and also to rescue Delta, friend to their commanders wife. But whats different is that Tharan males are destined to be with only one woman, and it seems that their destined mate is Delta, whether she wants that or not. The twins are dominating, expecting complete submission to them. But the humans and the Tharans are different. Can the three make their relationship work or will Delta not be able to handle it. When rumors come the they are in trouble, Delta tries to save the twins with dire consequences.
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Love the Sea book 2 in the Pirates series by G. Bailey is a wonderful addition to Cassandra’s story. Cass has been taken by the king’s soldiers. She and Livvy along with her dragon egg are on their way to court where she doesn’t know if she will live or die. While on the ship her dragon begins to hatch and Cass fears for the dragons life. Cass has Livvy throw her white dragon into the sea to keep her away from the evil king. Livvy is taken away and Cass is taken to the dungeon. There she finds her best friend, father, and best friends mom from her home island. She learns that she is to be entered into a game of a sort that the king watches for entertainment, where Cass has to survive and hope the rest of her family can too. She learns the secret that the twins held to closely and why they were on their ship and the history of the chosen ones. Her pirates have come for Cass, but they have a secret that they never told and Ryland has Cass’ mark on his head. Each of the guys has come to help rescue Cass and bring her back with them away from the king. But can Cass survive the trials that the king puts her through and can her pirates save her?
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Escape the Sea the newest series by G. Bailey is a fun read. I love pirates (wrote my thesis on the Barbary Pirates so I have gotten to study a type of pirate, just not the typical one that everyone thinks about, no Johnny Depps here) and loved the spin that Gemma gave them. This doesn’t take place in the modern earth world, but on its own world. The story revolves around the Seven Seas and the Seven Islands. The world use to be two continents but was split when a king began to kill the chosen ones. Chosen Ones are said to be marked by the Sea God on their foreheads and with this mark they are granted powers. But over 30 years has passed and the world has broken into seven different islands separating them by seven deadly seas. Cassandra is a chosen one marked with the symbol of an upside down triangle on her forehead. She has been in hiding her whole life as the king expects all chosen ones to die in infancy. Cassandra’s father has kept her alive and hidden since her mother died in childbirth. She has only know three people her entire life, her father, her best friend Everly and her teacher Miss Drone, Everly’s mother.
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