Prison Princess by K.C. Cross
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“She’s our trap!”
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😤😡😊🥰
The heroine: Brigit – an Akeelian female who was hidden away in the virtual reality pleasure prison. Tray found her there when he was first building it and he kept her hidden there until he could find where her real body was.
The Hero: Tray & Valor – When they were kids, Tray’s father had him changed. His father had him undergo some sort of surgery which integrated an A.I. into his brain, so he is different than the other six Akeelian males he ran away with to Harem station. Valor was partnered with Luck and after their bot died and Luck found his fated mate Nyleena, Valor was at a loss so he started to help Tray in the pleasure prison.
The Story: Tray and Valor figured out some of the sinister things going on around Harem Station and together came up with a plan. Little did Valor know, Tray is keeping Brigit a secret and hasn’t told Valor about his plan to free Brigit from the pleasure prison, before returning to their scheduled rendezvous.
There is certainly a lot going on in this book and it takes place directly after the events of Lady Luck. Julie Huss does a terrific job at coming up with super complex plots and storylines and adding to them as a series goes on. This took a bit of a different turn than the prior books in that the guys were part of a breeding program and each have a fated mate that is a Cyngian Princess. In this one we find out that Valor and Luck used to have a romantic relationship and in this book there is a ménage relationship between the three main characters.
The romance is terrific and it is sizzling hot. But the story is the thing. I loved the intricacies of the story and the negative forces they are trying to overcome. I want to see these seven men of Harem Station win over the evil they are facing. Also I kept wondering whether the A.I. ALCOR is good or evil. There are also the copies of ALCOR called Baby ALCOR and A-hole ALCOR. I found out that I really loved ALCOR.
The story was told in multiple points of view and the narration was done by Joe Arden, Shane East and Rose Dioro. I really enjoy all three of these narrators and they did a great job. This was a great story and a pleasure to listen to as well.
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