- File Size: 722 KB
- Print Length: 256 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Loose Id LLC (January 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ATTPC72
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,002,475 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Wife for the Future (The Wikomsette Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Ashling has never understood her upbringing, until she found out that her father isn’t from her time zone. Instead he’s from the distant future. Now, on her twentieth birthday, her fate is to go with him to the distant future where she’s the key to help humanity from being extinct.
Since she’s been sheltered and having little interaction socially, Ashling jumps at the chance of the forbidden and finding a love that she’s only read about. Instead of one suitor, she’ll have many to choose from. But will it be love or duty that wins in the end?
Ms. Lavere once again did an outstanding job. She made a complicated plot into a an amazing story that was engaging and full of tender, sweet and sexy moments between her three husbands and other suitors. Oh, how I wish to jump into this book and have myself three wonderful husbands. (hehe).
I highly recommend!
~Review on Behalf of Once Upon An Alpha
(ARC for Honest Review)
Review by Raychel
**Spoiler Alert - if you have not read The Wikomsette - DO NOT read any further!**
A Wife for the Future picks up 20 years into the future from where The Wikomsette left off. Brannon came back at the end of the story having received the information in the future that Regina was pregnant when she left her tribe behind and that it was Brannon's child. He's granted a 20 year pass to return to the past and raise his daughter. A daughter, a commodity so scarce in his society that a woman at the age of 20 is to come out into society and take on at least three husbands up front and then within the next few years, add up to 5 more husbands to her tribe.
In this society men do the child rearing from birth. Women are to be cherished in their society and protected with the utmost care and provided the highest level of security imaginable. They are provided elaborate mansions and expansive grounds complete with guard houses to protect their ever expanding tribe. Sounds like a dream, right? It's not easy on Ashling, having been raised two thousand years before this future exists, even with the coaching of her father on the customs and ways of his time.
The heat ... this is where the heat is from Book 1, it's all within these juicy pages. Lady Ambria is hilarious, you'll adore this woman with her sex toys, positions and literature on way's to please your men. The bit about the "cocks" had me rolling! The selection of Ashling's first three husbands is intense and the heat between each of them as she "accepts" them into her tribe is off the charts hot. The difference obviously is in Book 1, Regina did not choose her men, they were given and thrust upon her, Ashling is free to choose from the suitors that have been pre-screened as viable males, found to be in optimal, physical and emotional health and more importantly, fertile, to provide for growing the tribe.
This story had comedy, passion and suspense. I adored following up with various members of Ashling's mother's tribe as she comes into contact with each in her new world. Ax as always is a pleasure to behold and the story that unfolds for Ashling is wholly enjoyable to read. I definitely recommend you read both in order, you will not be disappointed!