Ambassador Janel is proud to have finally brokered an alliance with the powerful Haraden. What cinched the deal? The Haraden warriors want brides. Since war ravaged her planet's male population they actually have a surplus of women looking for husbands. It seems like a win-win.
General Kordan, the austere Haraden negotiator Janel spent days wearing down, approaches her out of the blue. She's not married - and the warrior general has his eyes on her. For some reason, she feels compelled to go to him.
Unfortunately her timing for a visit to a Haraden home world could not have been worse. Was she being courted or confiscated?
©2016 Yamila Abraham (P)2016 Yamila Abraham
This was worse than fan fiction, and I've read some terrible fan fiction.
No world building whatsoever, no introduction of the characters. The reader is just thrown into the story, and tough if you don't understood what's going on.
The main characters have no depth. The plot is choppy, and the main conflict (if you could even call it that way) is solved within a single page, perhaps even less.
I want that hour of my life back.
Not only can I never get enough of Yamila's works! But she always has the most wonderful narrators! Their voices are so sexy and perfect! And yet they also make the female voices have their own unique style amd sound. The story itself was really fantastic with just enough drama, romance, and humor!
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