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    What would you sacrafice for your Mates happiness?

    Great Story that I could not put down! While Grace writes steamy hot and sexy Si-Fi alien romances she always gives her fans a story to enjoy and savor. “Claimed by The Vikens” book 14 in her Interstellar Brides series was a fast paced, well written, exceptional read that had a creative and unique plot. The storyline was a departure from her other Interstellar Brides novels. Here we have Violet Nichols who goes to the processing center because her identical twin Mindy is on Trion and she wants to be with her sister. Thinking she is matched to Trion, Violet accepts only to be told she is a 97% match for Viken. When she refuses the match, her Viken Mates Zed, Axon and Calder, travel to Earth to claim her. Grace’s storyline gets super hot and steamy from this point on. There are some major surprises in this story as well as decisions her Mates need to make. You could feel the love Violet had for Mindy, General Goran had for Mindy and the Viken’s had for Violet. I never go into spoiler details because I believe readers should formulate their own opinions about a novel. I will say that I am a fan of Grace’s novels and absolutely loved this story and the concluding epilogue. I highly recommend this novel and look forward to other novels in this series.
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    Steamy, romantic & suspense

    The book is part of a series, but is a standalone so you don't have to read the previous book to understand. This is a super sexy book, the story and characters are well developed. It has some twist and turn that will keep you at the edge of your seat. It's nice to see the it fun to see what the heroes and heroine are willing to do for their family ( old and new) I receive an Arc from the author, but also purchased the book to support her great work !
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    4.5 stars of Viken awesomeness

    I have purchased every book in the Interstellar Bride series - both the mainline and the offshoots (the Colony and the Virgins) and I have never been disappointed in any of the books. While my favorites in the series are any that involve Atlans and the Vikens are my least favoites, Grace Goodwin always writes a good story. Grace's characters and worlds are well developed and intriguing and her plots suck you into the story quickly and never lull. I won't give away any spoilers, but the blurb only scratches the surface of what this story is really about. The fact that these three Vikens were not expecting to share a mate (unlike the previous Viken book) gave the author the chance to slowly bring these three Vikens together, despite their differing ways of claiming a mate and their desire to not share her. Violet's reason for refusing transport to Viken is a what really drives the story and as it is such a fantastic twist to the Interstellar Bride series - I won't say any more about it. As I skim over the sexy parts (because I prefer story to titillation), I would say that there are enough and that they do not over power the story. The conclusion gives us a perfect solution to Violet's problem. If you have not read any of the Interstellar Brides books, I would not start with this one. I would suggest reading the other three Viken books before this one, as many little threads from other books are woven into this story and may leave you a little perplexed at times (even though the author did an awesome job of briefly explaining everything).
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    Interstellar Brides #14

    Grace Goodwin- Claimed By The Vikens (Interstellar Brides Book 14) Three Vikens and A Very Lucky Girl After fighting for the Coalition against The Hive, three warriors find out they have earned the reward of claiming a bride through the Interstellar Bride Program. What they didn’t expect is that they were destined to share the same female, and they weren’t happy about sharing. Back on earth Violet is beyond distraught. Her twin has suddenly left and messaged her with a text that she was going to be mated to a warrior on Trion. Violet decides to follow her twin, enter the Interstellar Bride Program and join her sister on Trion. Well not all goes as planned and after finding out she has been matched (97%) to “3” warriors on Viken, Violet turns down the match and decides she’ll find a way to get to Trion another way. When the three Viken warriors find out their mate rejected the match and wasn’t coming to their planet they did the only thing logical (for Viken warriors). The three transport to earth to claim Their Mate and make her realize her future lies with them. From here I don’t want to spoil the very exciting, sexy, creative adventurous storyline these characters follow. A very enjoyable read with a some lessons in loyalty,sharing and the many kinds of “family” that make life worthwhile. This can be read as stand alone but the series is great to start from the beginning.

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