Ava Ross does it again; Jorg steals your heart!
I loved Axil and Vork, Bryk wasn’t to my taste, but Jorg intrigued me. My curiosity was well-met, in that Ava Ross did me right and delivered me a sensitive, wounded, badass, who was there to snap necks without worrying about names, to save his damsel. Oh, swoon–this Crakairian is just as wacky as he is deadly, but I blame that dichotomy on his flower garden.
So a Crakairian, human, TX-75, and a creelet jump into a glorm hole, and the TX-75 says… it could actually be a joke, so don’t squint your eyes.
There is a lot of humor here because it’s an Ava Ross Alien Rom-Com, and the creelet madness alone is suitable alone for a few chuckles, almost as good as Vork’s mother, Sleveka, and Silas. But let’s not stop there because Ava Ross goes even further into the funny and brings us Bane the TX-75, and you will love the antics of Lily and Bane.
But it’s not all giggles because this book deals with two of our most broken characters in Lily and Jorg, and Ava handles them delicately. She addresses the trauma as a Crakairian and his mate would–head-on so that they could get to the courting, marriage, and–well you know.
I loved this one, and I can’t wait for the next one Kral and Wulf and their mates Mila and Taylor, because we are still battling the Al’Kieern slavers. Now the Vikirs are on the scene, and we will have to see what they will do about the settlement on Mia.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.
About Ava Ross:
Ava Ross fell for men with unusual features when she first watched Star Wars, where alien creatures have gone mainstream. She lives in New England with her husband, three kids, and assorted pets.
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