“Action changes lives, fate is just whatever happens when those with power refuse to act!”
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🪐🛸🚀☄️
Character development: 😌👽😤👽😘
NOTE: This review contains spoilers from the end of the previous book.
The heroine: Alora – she left her family on Earth and is on her way to Lunaria to marry King Brixta and become the Queen in order to save the people of earth. If she doesn’t marry him and please him, she knows thousands of grey class citizens will die. Her brother Nox is next in line for the human presidency, which is not a good thing given the state of the sectors. Their father is president and not a good man. Alora and her brother have plans to make change on both Lunaria and Earth.
The Hero(es): Ronan – Ronan is a Lunarian warrior of a different race. He is orange like the majority of the Lunarians, though he has four arms. He was stranded on Edon for 15 days and in that time, 15 Lunarian years had passed and things on Lunaria have changed quite a bit. King Brixta now has a harem though Ronan is duty bound to bring Alora to Lunaria to become Brixta’s bride.
The Story: Ronan has returned to Lunaria to find that the place is nothing like what he expected. The place is full of humans and Lunarians. King Brixta is a fat bas-turd and happy with a harem of human wives (slaves) who are forced to stay naked at all times and have been abused in many ways. Polygamy is now legalized for Brixta. Brixta imprisoned the high council and claimed all the human females for himself. Jointly Lunaria and Earth now rule the Galaxies. Though females do work in pleasure houses throughout Lunaria.
I was waiting on this one, because of Ronan and the fact that he has four arms. I don’t know how funny that would actually look, but I suppose sexy times would be a lot more fun with all of those hands in the mix. I did not really like Ronan for much of the last book. He was a bit stiff and unyielding. Though he was interesting and I was curious about the dreams he was having after he found the worship cave on Edon that showed drawings of a man with 4 arms that looked like Ronan being crowned as King.
I liked how each of the books in this series took a different direction and how Lunaria changed throughout the series. This one has King Brixta wanting his true queen brought from Earth to Lunaria and it turns out she is the human Ronan has dreamed about. Though I didn’t like some of the things that happened in this one, especially to some of the characters from the previous books. Though I did love how Alora turned out to be stronger than I thought and the story was very good.
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