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  • Still An Amazing Series!

    KD Jones has once again drawn me into her Alien world. Her Katieran Prime series is very good. I love how she has an overlap to keep you in the loop with the other books in this series. And bad editing aside her work is very easy to follow. In this book we learn more about AriELA the Prima of Katieran and the cousin to RendEL, KydEL, and SydEL. And TarAK one of the heads of security to the Primes of Katieran. TarAK has always known that AriELA is his destined mate. And when his father realized this he sent him away to separate them. Years later TarAK comes home to take over his late fathers position in security and is fighting the urges to claim AriELA. When Kiljorn tries to negotiate a treaty between the two worlds and form an alliance it is suggested that AriELA be offered to the Kiljorn Prime for marriage. It would be a good match. But as we know from the previous book that doesn't happen. She has intense feelings for TarAK and can't understand why he is pushing her away. After several near death experiences AriELA is reunited with her Father whom was believed to be dead for over 10 years, but was actually held in captivity with her younger brother by the enemy race the Morins. TarAK stands by her side through out everything and claims her in the end. But its the rocky road to get there that will draw the reader into the story. I give this book a 4.75 stars for story line and strong characters and want to point out it is usually not the writers fault for shoddy editing. The editor is responsible for all the errors in this story.

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