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3013: RENEGADE (3013 - The Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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So in this society, two men, once they've "earned" the right, are allowed to claim one of the few females capable of reproducing. And the woman is not allowed to turn them down. Alayna recognizes the horror and injustice of this, and has lived her life working with the resistance against this world-wide government. However, once she realizes that Nikola and Colin view her as an equal partner, she almost comes to excuse the practice. She still doesn't like it, but she really loses a lot of outrage towards this system. I do love that she and her mates decide to team up and continue to help the people she's been helping all along, but this time through legitimate means. The three of them together could form a healthy society between the "elites" and the "renegades" in that area. It still makes me a bit uneasy that the injustice of this system is almost shrugged off, as though to say, "oh, it's only most of the Alliance who is corrupt, but a few are decent, so yay for the Alliance!" They may be able to do good on a local level, but I'd like to see them continue to work towards eradicating all the injustices of this system (you know, like all ladies having complete freedom of choice and agency?) I'd be interested in continuing the series to see if these things are glossed over as they seemed to be in this volume, or if there is more voice against it.
Caught by Grizz and Ghost red handed, Alayna is in deep trouble when they also discover she is a sassy, feisty, hot little number and they want to have a bit more than a chat and Alayna's hormones pick that exact same time to kick into high gear. Too bad of her that they discover she is a fertile scroll and she is also the one they want to share their life with.
It is a wonderful fun, and very hot run for the end zone on this one. Oh, an it doesn't hurt that Grizzi's parents a bit of a bunch of snobs who showup at the worst possible time to check out his chosen/
I think you will love this one I certainly did
Anyway depending on what type book you are looking for I would recommend it.
Sex content is very high.
About the series. There are 2 books by Laurie Roma and two books by Susan Hayes. You do not really need to read any of the books before you read one. However Laurie Roma's two books go together and Susan Hayes' two books go together. Basically You meet at least one of the characters in their first book who is a main character in the second book.
True Book Order
1. Mated (2014) - Laurie Roma
2. Renegade (2014) - Susan Hayes
3. Claimed (2014) - Laurie Roma
4. Stowaway (2014) - Susan Hayes
But may want to read as
1. Mated (2014) - Laurie Roma
2. Claimed (2014) - Laurie Roma
1.Renegade (2014) - Susan Hayes
2 Stowaway (2014) - Susan Hayes