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  • ♥♥♥♥ Love this series ♥♥♥♥

    This series just keeps getting better. This addition to the series gives us more intrigue at the Colony (the planet where the Coalition sends all the infected warriors). Even though I like the Atlan warriors in the Interstellar Brides series the best, the Colony books have quickly climbed to the #2 position. This story was so good that I would have read it in one sitting but gave in to sleep after the third time my Kindle hit me in the face. Living in the Colony is disheartening for those warriors that have been abandoned by the people and planet for which they fought. Now that the Colony has been included in the Bride program, there is some hope for a normal life with a mate. The author starts this book off with a shake up between a Prillon Primary and Secondary pair that changes the dynamics of this particular mating. Hunt and Tyran have done their best to adjust to life on the Colony. Hunt wears his mating collar as a symbol of hope after his testing but there has only been 1 bride in six months. Tyran's needs have darkened with his contamination and he follows Hunt's lead and does his best to keep control of himself. Enter Kristin. Due to her job tracking and taking down the dregs of humanity and saving countless women and children for the FBI has given her a major distrust of all men on Earth and knowing that the warriors in the Coalition are honorable, she signs up for the Bride program and she has some dark needs of her own and with warriors disappearing from the Colony, her skills will come in handy. While the story centers on our new threesome, the inclusion of several newly arrived Veterans (from various worlds) makes this a true ensemble story. Yes, there are some hot scenes but the overall story of trying to protect your mate makes for a really entertaining read as that protection goes both ways. The twists and turns in this story really shows us what is happening in the war and just how insidious the Hive are in there drive to conquer the universe. I cannot wait for the next Colony book as this one left a dangling thread that needs to be dealt with using extreme prejudice. I cannot recommend this series strongly enough.

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  • Couldn't put it down!

    First of all let's start with saying yes this book is part of a series however,  it can most definitely be read on its own. This steamy fiction is full of action, humor and not to forget two very sexy, dominant & protective males My overall impression of the book is that it's well written, sexy and well thought out. It's an elaborate story without being too complex for new reader or repetitive for people who read the previous books. I really like that the book is written at the first person, but not always form the same characters. This give you a chance to connect with Kirstin, Tyran & Hunt and understand the relationship dynamic. I appreciate that Kristen might be submissive in the bedroom, but she is also a strong willed woman.  I've bought this book on ama***.ca. I'm also part of the author's review team which provided me early access to the book.

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  • The Colony Book 2 - Awesome Read

    This is Book 2 in the Colony spinoff of the Interstellar Brides series by Grace Goodwin. I am really enjoying the author exploring a world where warriors who were captured by the enemy(The Hive), labeled a threat to their home planets and are forced into exile onto the Colony where they must make a new life for themselves. A bit broken but still warriors at heart, with little hope of a mate or seeing family again it is heartbreaking to see how these veterans are treated and also reminds me a bit of the treatment many of our veterans here have been treated. It's been six months since a bride has been sent to the colony and despite little hope and ribbing by fellow warriors, Captain Hunt Treval and his second, Captain Tyran Zakar continue to wear their neckbands which are signs they have gone through the mating testing program. To their surprise they get word that they have been matched to a mate even though the female has been matched to Zakar as a primary causing a switch in roles. Zakar is thrilled and knows that this female with a 98% match must share the same sexual tendencies he keeps tucked away from general knowledge. Back on earth Kristin is highly enjoying the dream sequence that opens all the books. After years as a top FBI agent tracking depraved abusive humans who have done the unspeakable to many innocents, Kristin feels it's enough and she must escape this environment. Signing up for the Interstellar Brides program was just the answer. Finding herself mated to Hunt and Zakar, Kristin is a perfect match for them sexually and as much as she is falling for them she finds their intense overprotective behavior towards her frustrating and suffocating. When events with their enemy,The Hive, turn the Colony and its inhabitants into severe danger. This is when the book turns on the action, with drama,suspense and danger that was actually thrilling and exciting making this story so much more than an erotic scifi romance/adventure. Even with the heart pounding, page turning excitement this book is full of, we are of course treated to a full 5 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 of erotic love scenes. I particularly thought it was relevant to address how this threesome has to balance their protective instincts with giving their mate the freedom needed to use professional skills to maintain being a contributing member of this new world in her new life. An awesome addition to the series, don't miss this wild exciting hot ride.

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  • Absolutely Fabulous Read

    This is the second in Grace’s “Interstellar Brides The Colony” series and it is another absolutely fabulous read. Grace’s books are always wonderfully written, have well developed characters and have a great storyline She writes hot and steamy romances that always have unique plots and captivate her readers. There is a unique role reversal in this story in that for the Colony Hunt is in command and Tyran follows orders but with their bride, Tyran is the prime and Hunt is the second. With their bride Captains Hunt and Tyran are opposites in that Hunt has a gentle and caring side and Tyran is more edgy and dark. Kristin has been jaded and burned out from her work with the FBI. She is feisty, stubborn, independent and a take charge kind of heroine. How these three manage to compromise and love and work together makes for an intriguing plot. Really liked the unexpected suspenseful twists in this plot and the surprise in the epilogue. So glad I purchased this book it’s another winner! I look forward to reading more of this series. I highly recommend this novel.

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  • Mated to the Cyborgs

    To many typos. Also misspelled words as in bare but meaning bear. This drives me crazy.

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