Audiobook Review: Veiled Vixen (Harem Station, #5). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Veiled Vixen by K.C. Cross

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Valor only wants one thing for his fated princess, Veila.


But it’s kind of hard to kill someone when they have total control over your body. He’s on his way back to Harem Station as her prisoner. Bound to a wall, stripped bare, and only one weapon in his arsenal.

The soulmate bond.

Valor has to make Veila believe that their bond is true, that his feelings are real, and that he is willing to sell out his brothers, take over Harem Station, and leave his old life behind to help her win final war with ALCOR and become the ruling queen.

But it’s never going to happen. Valor will never love Veila. Ever. He’d rather die trying to kill her than spend one moment as her puppet king.

There’s just one problem.

The soulmate bond goes both ways.

‘VEILED VIXEN’ is book six in the Harem Station series and features an army of pissed-off princesses, five brothers facing their past, a station filled with ruthless outlaws, and a lesson in what matters. It’s a love story about revenge, and hate, and regrets – but also forgiveness, loyalty, family, and having the courage to see the truth behind the veil.

Veiled Vixen

Welcome to the final war!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚💜🤎❤️
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙📔
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌍
Character development: 🫢😤😡😊🥰

The heroine: Veila?? – The evil fake silver Cygnian princess. She wants to start up the breeding program between the Akeelian males and the Cygnian princesses. Starting with her. She has done some horrible things and has had an evil agenda for many years.

The Hero: Valor – Valor was Luck’s partner for years and spent that time traveling through the universe sort of like Indiana Jones. He also was with Luck in every way. Then we saw a lot of Luck in Prison Princess after he started helping out Tray and they spent thousands of years living in a virtual paradise together in an MMF relationship with Brigid.

The Story: After Valor was left in space by Veila when Tray made a deal with her, she got away and knowing that Valor had a tracker on him, she picked up his sleeping pod and hightailed it to Harem Station which has been at war. Baby ALCOR is on Veila’s side and disabled the defenses so she wasn’t blown out of the sky. Valor is awakened to find Veila has tortured a few of his friends and needs Valor to talk Luck into surrendering.

I loved the last book, Prison Princess because we found out so much about what is going on in this world. Though it also made me sad in so many ways. We found out that some of these characters are so much more than human, there are A.I.’s and sentient ships and sentient bots and they used to be people and though I liked the fact that their minds and souls can live on as a ship or a war-borg or a sex bot, the fact that they aren’t real people anymore made me so sad.

This one bothered me so much at first because Valor was immediately attracted to Veila because she was his fated mate. It was grossing me out because she had literally just threatened to kill millions of people. So it was pissing me off and I had to take a bit of a break before continuing the book. Though I knew I would because I really, really wanted to find out what happens in this world.

The story was told in multiple points of view and the narration was done by Jason Clarke and Shane East. These are two of my favorite narrators and they are awesome. The book was good as expected and I like that the storylines are complex, but these were really complex and involved. I didn’t always like what was happening, like brother against brother. People who are killed but not, ALCOR’s past, baby drama and more.


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