Gallix and Eve on planet Edon!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🪐🛸🚀☄️
Character development: 🤖👽🥰👽
The heroine: Eve – She was born in the work camps of sector five of Earth in the near future. She was woken one morning by sirens, taken and lined up with other women from the bunkhouse and she speaks up when one of the other women is mistreated. Eve ends up agreeing to be part of the alien slave trade, which was more like indentured surrogacy. Though where she was living was worse than what they proposed.
The Hero(es): Gallix – he has appeared in the last few books as a young warrior, strong and able. He was a relentless flirt and has sex on the brain all the time. He is charged with meeting up with the first slave ship off of Earth and it is up to him and Ronan to verify the females are actually volunteers. Gallix sees pictures of the three women from Earth, and immediately falls for Eve.
The Story: Gallix and Eve become friendly from the start. Eve starts to worry that something is up with the alien slave trade because the women sign up to carry be artificially inseminated and carry three babies before they are released and they will be paid. However, when they were chosen, they were chosen because they were virgins. So why would the wealthy Lunarians care if they were virgins if they were being artificially inceminated?
I really enjoyed the fact that the storylines change in each book. There have been stories running through the series but none take over the entire series. The first few books had the storylines about saving humans from the Rutharians and the fact that the people of Lunaria’s feelings toward the human females went from welcoming to antipathy.
The next few books had lady Idria leading that charge and doing some very shady things to turn things to her favor. She put her plans into place to become queen of both the Rutharians and the Lunarians. This book changed back to the freeing of humans in captivity and the main characters end up stranded on planet Edon due to something new happening on Lunaria. There is the added problem of gravitational time dilation, which means that time on that planet moved differently than on other planets due to the size of the planet so every day they spent on Edon, a year went by on Lunaria.
Like the previous book, the narration was done by Sierra Kline and Gregory Kellen, though Gregory Kellen did a much better job on this book. The last book he did the voice of Gallix in a very fake sounding voice and in this book he had a deep commanding voice that fit Gallix perfectly. The book was in dual narration which isn’t my favorite, but better than most.
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