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  • OMG! They Just Keep Getting Better!

    In this book we're on the Colony planet with Leader LarIS and Lola. LarIS is what would be considered the Prime of his planet the only difference being he is elected, not given the title by birth right. The colony is inhabited with with the Katierans deemed the infected ones from the Morin virus. They developed mutated genes from the chemical war fare of the Morins and have been isolated away from the Katierans and Kiljorns. But with the threat of attack from the Morins eminent they are once again forming an alliance with the rest of the worlds to band together. LarIS is telepathic with other abilities. He is with the Katierans and Kiljorns when they intercept a Morin warship and save the humans from captivity. The same ship that ConEL from the last book was on. Lola is one of the humans LarIS saves. She is deaf and is able to talk to him mind to mind. But she is also the only person able to block him too. Her uniqueness has always made her stand out in the past. But living on the Colony she is able to blend in with the others with similar disabilities. Her ability to talk with sign language is something the Colonials have never seen and she is soon teaching all the hearing and talking impaired how to communicate. LarIS is determined to have her love and tries every thing to win her over. But Lola is suffering from the trauma of being held by the alien Morins. She needs counseling and LarIS make it happen. Its a long road to recovery for the type of trauma Lola has suffered, and with LarIS by her side she will make it. This book was a bit shorter than most of the others in the series, and I do wish it had been longer with more details about the planet. The character development and structure is as solid as ever with this author and her world is still stunning. I want to give this book 5 stars as I feel it covered some very important issues dealing with rape and abuse that were covered very well and with tact for those that my read it in the future. A must have book for every lover of Sci-fi romance and HEA's

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