Sunday, December 3, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Surrendering for Two by Morticia knight

Strength is found when surrendering to destiny.
Graham has suffered way too much at the hands of the Nall. Ever since he was enslaved after the invasion, he’s been raped and tortured by the Alasharian Supreme Commander and his cohorts. Condemned to die by hanging for his part in the human rebellion, Graham gives in to the inevitable, no longer caring if he lives or dies. But an unexpected event occurs and, at the last moment, Graham is saved.
Balor is a guard to the Nall, but he’s also a part of the growing rebellion among the Alasharians. When one of the Nall’s advisors enlists his help in getting a human prisoner to safety, Balor comes to his aid. Startled by the soul match hum that sparks to life when he touches Graham, but unable to do anything about it, Balor is determined to protect his human match at all costs. When Advisor Oman arrives on the scene to rescue Balor as he helps Graham to escape, it becomes clear that yet another alien/human triad is forming—even if Graham may never accept being bonded to two aliens after the trauma he’s endured at the hands of Alasharians.
The time has come to depart to the secret military complex where the human and Alasharian allies will stage their final assault against the Nall and the Void. Families are reunited and others torn apart as they prepare for battle. The allies fear what will become of them all if Chris, the special human Sha Sha Ar has chosen as their spiritual leader, is no longer there to guide them.
Reader advisory: This book contains scenes of battle violence, and mentions of rape and torture.

Surrendering for Two by Morticia Knight added depth and more understanding to her sci-fi series Soul Match. Graham, Balor, and Oman were the center of book four. Human Graham, a slave to the Alasharians under the spell of the Nall, escaped with the help of fellow humans and his soul match, Balor. Thrusted together in an unconventional time, Graham must learn to take on a new role in his life with the surviving humans and Alasharians.

I enjoyed the matchup of the three men. A different spin on their dynamics, the three found a synergy that worked for them sans interference of others and enabling them to satisfy the mating hum.

Ms. Knight kept me interested, but I felt as if the story abruptly ended. I’ll definitely be coming back for more, as more questions arose, the more I read.

Sexy & Sizzling
A four handcuff review

2017 ©Evelise Archer All rights reserved. This is a work of fiction. All names, characters, locations, and incidents are products of the author’s imagination, or have been used fictionally. Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, locales, or events is entirely coincidental. No portion of this work may be transmitted or reproduced in any form, or by any means, without permission in writing from the author.

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