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The Harvest: Taken (Volume 1) Paperback – October 13, 2014
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About the Author
M.A. Church is a true Southern belle who spent many years in the elementary education sector. Now she spends her days lost in fantasy worlds, arguing with hardheaded aliens on far-off planets, herding her numerous shifters, or trying to tempt her country boys away from their fishing poles. It’s a full time job, but hey, someone’s gotta do it! When not writing, she’s exploring the latest M/M novel to hit the market, watching her beloved Steelers, or sitting glued to HGTV. That’s if she’s not on the back porch tending to the demanding wildlife around the pond in the backyard. The ducks are very outspoken. She’s married to her high school sweetheart, and they have two children. She was a finalist in the Rainbow awards for 2013.
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This is the first M/M science fiction novel I've read. In fact, this book is the only sci-fi novel I've ever read. I liked the main protagonist, Dale. MA Church did a nice job allowing the reader to feel for his character. Keyno seemed to have respectable qualities for a mate.
A lot of the scenes were more tell than show giving the reader less of a chance to get swept away into the story. Also, the ending was somewhat abrupt.
In the end, this was a good quick read. I do plan on reading the sequel to The Harvest.
Thanks MA Church to peeking my interest in M/M sci-fi.
The relationship is interesting enough though the taken-by-force dynamic is odd. I guess it'd be kind of like an arranged marriage back in the medieval period in how that would work so as long as the groom is a decent guy I could see a real relationship forming.
Like i said it's a decent book altogether and a good read but I'm not sure whether I truly like it or not.