Consumed by Presley Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A warrior monk, a seed heist and a suicide mission!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: ☹️🙃☺️🥰
Narration Type: Dual Narration
Lucy and Tycran – Lucy was a stripper in Las Vegas before she was sold to the Orkun warlords in exchange for alien technology. She is determined and independent and doesn’t want a fated mate like the other women, but deep down she is fooling herself and just doesn’t think she is worthy. However she has been attracted to Tycran since the Kalixians first rescued the women from the Orkun.
So Lucy finally decides she wants to hook up with Tycran, whom she has been attracted to for a while but when she goes to him, he confuses her and stalks away. Tycran is a warrior and for years has worked toward nothing but revenge against the Orkun. He has thought of nothing else and has lived to fight the enemy. He is so dedicated it is almost a religion to him. His attraction to Lucy will just get in the way, so exerts his well known control and tries to ignore it. He plans to go on a suicide mission against the Orkun, and is not happy when he finds that Lucy has stowed away.
Meg Price and C.J. Grey did the narration on this book, like the rest of the series. They did a fine job, though like I said before, I do like C.J. better than Med and at the very beginning, she did use a kind of annoying voice when Lucy talked, but that was only for a few minutes when she was talking to other women. I liked the journey in this book, there is more intrigue action and battles. I loved that Tycran was so focused and single-minded. He is a great Hero and Lucy is a spitfire.
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