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Morningstar placed third in the Erotica category of the FF&P's 2015 Prism Contest for published authors, and it finaled in the Futuristic/Fantasy/Sci-Fi category of the 2015 Passionte Plumes.
"I completely love this series. The action is exciting, the sabotage and political conspiracies are intense, and the romance is hot. I am definitely looking forward to the next book in the series." --Vanessa, The Jeep Diva, 4-star review
"I enjoyed this original read by Robyn Bachar about brave, determined women and men who have to work around gender role models, with plenty of action and even zombies." --Fresh Fiction, 4-star review
"I can't gush enough about how each character drew me in. I felt something for their individual plight, and the author did a superb job making me care with every flip of the page. The space battles had my nerves on end, and I actually worried a few times that something truly horrific was around the corner for the trio." --Tricia Skinner, Geeks in High School blog, 4.5-star review
"This series was my first outing in this genre. I first found "Nightfall" and I was hooked. ... Morningstar focus on Jace Harrow- the swarthy Lieutenant Commander. He did come off as stoic and a bit arrogant at first- but that was just the surface; underneath he is a maelstrom of passions. As well as being a very erotic tale, the back story is enough to satisfy any sci-fi geek girl." --Robyn Koshel, Elder Park Book Reviews, 4-star review
About the Author
- ASIN : B076XMR8CN
- Publication date : October 27, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 3784 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 225 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,059,497 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I felt as though the romance was short changed.
The plot, however, is excellent! There are so many horrifying consequences and twists and turns. I am very excited to go on to the third book.
The path isn't easy, especially not with two shadow swords and a lost sister to house Sunsinger. But the three are determined to make it work, and to keep fighting for the freedom of their race.
Jace is the second son in House Morningstar and as such is arrogant, commanding, and used to the finer things in life. His home life isn't perfect though as his brother is obsessed with inheriting their family's wealth which has put Jace's life in constant jeopardy as well as anyone he cares about. Fear has kept him alone and refraining from claiming a mate. When his current mission leads to the rescue of numerous sex slaves though his life completely changes as the powerful pheromones of his people has him desperate to claim the delicate and bruised Sabine along with her fiercely loyal lover Bryn. In an unexpected twist for his House he claims both of them which leads to danger as their pasts come to light and as the deceit of House Nightfall continues to be discovered. It also leads to a triad based on love, respect, unquestionable loyalty, and LOTS of scorching interludes. Jace is a loyal man who's saved himself for the right woman. It's a wonderful facet to his character and made him even more endearing. He was very serious-minded early on but Bryn and Sabine brought out a playful side that made their encounters even more satisfying.
Bryn was once a shadow sword, a powerful warrior fighting alongside other soldiers when she was made a slave. Her rebelliousness led to numerous beatings with the scars still apparent. She was also sterilized which is the cruelest thing that can be done as their species is heading towards extinction. She braved all of it with strength and with her love for Sabine. Bryn is someone that loves to take care of others and having Sabine kept her going and fighting for their freedom. She sees Jace as a threat at first but their love for Sabine binds them and their mutual admiration for each other has their connection deepening even further. Jace sees her as an equal when it comes to fighting and he trusts her to keep Sabine safe from any threats from his brother which allows him to finally accept happiness. Bryn is a remarkable heroine who fights tooth and nail for those she loves. She's been through so many physical and emotional beatings but never weakened, she kept protecting others like the true warrior she honed herself into being.
Sabine is not as compelling as her mates as she's quieter and weaker through the circumstances of her life. She's always been a slave and is unaccustomed to fighting for what she wants. She counts on Bryn and Jace for her happiness and her safety. When it comes to sexual appetites though her being in phase leaves her insatiable and jumping Jace and Bryn whenever possible. For her species being in phase is their time to conceive and find a mate and gives us our first glimpse of Jace losing control over his tightly-wound nature which promises a future full of sex and unexpected changes. Sabine is sweet with a sensual and playful side who brings calm to both her mates from a world full of chaos. Once her past comes to light though the ramifications promise to be intriguing and will greatly influence what comes next.
This was an exhilarating story that kept me fully immersed in the twists and turns of political intrigue and the battle waging between the haves and the have-nots. The deceit from House Nightfall continues to keep everyone on edge and battling to discover the truth before a bioweapon is unleashed. The action is fast paced in a sci-fi world vividly depicted to keep readers fully immersed in the battles in both outer space and at home. The main characters along with the secondary ones are memorable with unique personalities with pasts that have you rooting for them to finally find their HEA. This was a wonderful addition to the series that can be read on its own, but with such talented storytelling each book isn't to be missed and I'm again left greatly anticipating the next installment.
Bryn and Sabine have been mated for over two years, but their status as sex slaves leaves them with no rights or life outside of the brothel where they are forced to live. When Sabine's breeding phase started over a year ago, their master refused to allow her to mate with a Cy'ren male, quickly learning that her body's need for sexual satiation allowed him to partner her with men she would have previously refused.
When Jace, a Lieutenant in the resistance, rescues the brothel slaves while on a mission, it doesn't take him long for Sabine's pheromones to draw his attention. As a Cy'ren male, it is his duty and right to claim Sabine as a mate, but she refuses to accept a man that won't mate Bryn, a former warrior, as well.
Despite their unusual circumstances, the three develop a bond that quickly grows beyond mere sexual satisfaction. Just when Jace begins to hope for happiness and a break from his previously lone existence, the treacherous actions of House Nightfall come to a head. As and secrets from both Bryn and Sabine's pasts are unearthed, they threaten the newly mated triad's lives in unexpected ways.
MORNINGSTAR is fast paced, with a dramatic and adventurous story line, sizzling sexual chemistry, and complex characters. A well written and sensual sci-fi erotic romance with a perfectly balanced ending, it left me satisfied but also eagerly anticipating Sunsinger's upcoming release!
While MORNINGSTAR can technically be read as a stand-alone story, I highly recommend readers start with Nightfall, as the characters and political plotline spans the entire series, and having previous understanding of the culture will greatly enhance the overall reading experience.
My OFFICIAL REVIEW written for Carly's Book Reviews