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- Print Length: 196 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (August 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0742JGWSQ
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“Hiding From Two” continues the series' blend of kinky erotica, BDSM and science fiction. Things get a bit kinkier for Chris and his mates in this volume, but it's Morgan's sexual awakening that takes center stage. The turnaround in Morgan's attitude is a bit abrupt, but it's handled quite well. Chris' cousin has always seems a bit less mature than he supposedly is. This is a common issue I sometimes have with “M/M” stories: young twenty-something men with the emotional maturity of an eight year old. I have no doubt people like that exist, but sometimes the child-like nature of characters is so extreme it makes the sex a bit sketchy. But I digress, Morgan is not that bad, and the geeky introvert picture painted of him in the previous books goes a long way to explaining his lack of experience.
But it isn't all hot and kinky alien sex. The story also moves the plot along to a key turning point in the fight against the Void which is consuming the Alasharian leadership. The ending of this installment is not quite a cliff-hanger, but it does leave me wanted to read the next book in the series quite soon. Fortunately, the next book is already out.
I'm not sure if it was intentional, but there's a loose parallel between the overall story line of the series and the current political climate. The idea of a leadership being consumed by an evil force seems somewhat apropos of what's going on in the USA. However, since the series was started in 2016 it's hard to say if the author was prescient or just lucky, if you can call it that.
Morgan gets to learn all the things Chris was telling him. He also gets an insight into how it feels to be protected and loved. He can't seem to get enough. And it also seems that the Nall hasn't gotten enough yet either, because he has more horrors to inflict not only on the humans, but on his own people as well.
Morgan is still afraid of the Alasharian's, but can't stop himself from thinking about the connection he felt with Hallosh when he held him after the attack in the last book. Then he meets Rama, Lasar's best friend, who will take care of him... and he feels that weird connection all over again. To his surprise, he is drawn to both Alasharians, and they are indeed mates like Chris, Lasar, and Nary.
But... the Void is becoming more dangerous, and Chris feels the need to get everyone working against the Nall out and somewhere safe. Now we have to wait for book 4 to find out if they make it out before the Nall finds out about their resistance. I'm eagerly awaiting the next book! :)
I’m not sure how I want to rate this. The parts that actually moved the plot along, I enjoyed. Unfortunately, there wasn’t that much. Honestly, the author has dragged out this series way too much for the amount of plot that is actually there. This could have been wrapped up in one decent sized novel. Fortunately for the author, I like the characters enough that I am in it for the long haul. I’m just not sure it has been worth the money that I spent on it.
With each installment of this series, I actually feel more and more sad for the Alasharians who have succumbed to the Void. Under its influence they choose to commit acts that would have horrified and revolted them before. I wonder if there is some part of the Nall, trapped inside, screaming in horror at his actions. It definitely would be something that I think that the Void would delight in.