I cannot tell you how ecstatic I was that the author did not go the ménage route with the twins. This is not only because books with that type of romance are never my cup of tea, but also because it just didn’t fit with the world. The relationship dynamics of these books are almost like biological fated mate type deals, and have the same type of possessive, protective male leads as many other fated paranormal/sci-fi stories do (which I might add are a not-so-guilty pleasure of mine). So it never makes sense to me when, suddenly, two people are okay with sharing. Again, not my cup of tea, and totally out of character for that world, but I digress.
I definitely enjoyed getting to know the brothers more in this book and finally finding out the species of the baby. Without giving too much away, I also loved how the baby’s origins were handled and that there wasn’t as big, or horrifying, of a mystery left about them.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to any who loves sci-fi or paranormal romances, though I would suggest starting with book one of Ice Planet Barbarians in order to get the whole, and very enjoyable, story.