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Michaela Paperback – October 24, 2014
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About the Author
Tracy St. John lives in coastal Georgia with her husband and son. You’ll often find her haunting train museums with her locomotive-loving son. Besides writing, she also works in video production both in front of and behind the camera. She’s usually cast as the gun-toting bad gal, getting handcuffed in the end. She has no complaints.
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I often find I turn the pages when the sex scenes are written because there are too many of them and I don't feel the love connection enough for me to get titillated.
This is the one criticism I have--the lack of emotional connection. That feeling you get when characters fall in love. The romance is lacking. Instead, you get a whole lot of kinky sex that is so repetitive...spanking and paddling and paddling and spanking and things that pinch and hurt and being restrained....Not my thing in this quantity.
I read these books more for the fascinating society and world the author has built. I love the idea of the Kalquorian, an utter gentleman who reveres women, who is raised to cherish them, and spoil them, and indulge them because they are the life givers and nurturers and there are so few of them in Kalquorian society. However, when these hunky, alpha males get intimate with women, they need to be dominant and kinky--which would be fine--perfect even--if there would be more romancing and like I said above I would feel that emotional connection.
I don't understand all the sexual punishments and how they can help a young woman such as Michaela learn about self confidence...I don't understand the need for pain... the bondage sex is often explained as something that will liberate the woman, to teach her to give over her worries for the men to shoulder...meh.
Also, it is amazing how the woman, after having lived in a suppressed society on Earth where sex was looked upon as evil and for sinners, where there was no sexual liberty or openness,that she looks forward and is turned on by sexual humiliation and domination and looks forward to sex with THREE virile and sexually demanding men.(Forget about even exploring a bit a woman's natural shyness and inhibitions and gently easing her into a kinky world of sex with three men--of getting naked and being so thoroughly explored by three buff, dark, humongous aliens)...By the time the woman has had multiple orgasms with one of her clan members--I am so exhausted for her--I just can't believe her ability to go through the aerobic/acrobatic routine with two other clan mates who want release as well. Sex with a clan seems exhausting! Especially when all your orifices take a pounding(since Kalquorians have two wieners)! It's regular sex AND anal-- EVERY.TIME. Ouch! And as to be expected of these massive, bodybuilder type aliens--they are hung! Ouch again!
It has me wondering also, with all the eating these females do--because it is an honored tradition to be hand fed by your Kalquorian lovers...and all that sex they indulge in--when do the women get a chance to digest and eliminate before the marathon of double penetration recommences? Ewww.
Aside for the too much sex pet peeve and lack of some romance to warm me up for all the sex to come--the books are good, entertaining reads and the world building is amazing.
Wasn't so into Michaela being intersex--having both male and female genitalia...again, not my thing--maybe because I just wasn't emotionally invested enough.
The story flow dragged at times that was why I only gave 4 stars.
Characters were well developed and engaged the reader.
I did want more angst and drama but perhaps in the next book.
We have had glimpses of Michaela and her clan in previous books and anthologies so my expectations were high. It was good to see the story line with Jessica through Miicaela' s POV.
I would recommend this book and it is stand alone but honestly feel reading the book with Jessica and the Imperial Clan before would enhance your reading pleasure. Then after you read pick up the anthology with Michaela.