Monday, May 7, 2018

S.E.X. Review~ Fighting for All by Morticia Knight

Bravery will lead you to your destiny.
The human and alien rebellion is at hand, but those who have already arrived at the secret military facility are without the one who has inspired them to stand against the Nall. Chris, the human chosen by the Alasharian spiritual leader Sha Sha Ar, has been missing since the escape to the hideout. Those who have never seen Chris before, have only heard tales of his visions, begin to doubt his existence. Fear spreads through the group as humans and Alasharians alike wonder if they’re all doomed, if maybe Chris is a fantasy or has already fallen at the hands of the Nall.
Graham, Morgan and their Alasharian matches stand before the terrified group to reassure them that Chris is real. They’ve barely begun to speak when they are forced to fight an unexpected foe. But before the final battle against the Nall and the Void begins, all must search within themselves to discover what part they will play to achieve their destiny—and to summon the bravery they’ll need to see it through.
Reader Advisory: This book contains graphic battle scene violence and medical play, as well as references to rape and torture. There is also a scene involving urethral sounds.

Sci-Fi is not usually my cup of tea, and the first book in the Soul Match series started a little slow for me, but Morticia Knight has made a convert of this sci-fi rookie. Fighting for All, the final book in the Soul Match series was a culmination of an earth shattering, cataclysmic battle for the survival of humans and Alasharians.

Chris and his Alasharian mates must lead the final battle for the survival of the two species so that they may prosper in love and harmony on Earth. All the while the forces must join together to eradicate the Nall and the Void. As the new spiritual leader, chosen by Sha Sha Ar, Chris came to terms with his role in the rebellion and the fight for existence.

Lasar and Nary, Chris’s mates put sexy on the alien market as did all the Alasharian’s. Fighting for All was well-written and brought all the unanswered questions to the forefront and delivered answers and happy endings. All the characters from the previous books were intertwined in the final story, adding more realism to a battle hard fought. Through trials and tribulations, blood and tears, the soul matches met their enemy full force and destroyed the evil who threatened their new lives.

Ms. Knight delivered a wonderful book and series and I suggest reading from book one. I laughed. I cried. I cheered. An emotional roller coaster that left me satisfied yet yearning for more.

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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