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    Two Kindred souls

    In this fabulously well written story, you have two kindred souls in a situation that brings them together when otherwise they may have never met. Both have history of abuse which help them to understand each other. But the secrets if not brought to light could tear them apart. Well written self-contained story that’s also part of a series.
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    Great

    Thank for another great story. Please keep them coming.
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    A Different Twist on Brides of the Kindred!

    This BotK has two main characters and two villains. Sometimes we have one evil character and in others we have a misguided culture. But these two must face an evil character in an evil culture and a murderous AI entity. I was completely blown away. At first we meet the entity, but due to Ms. Anderson's skillful writing, I didn't realize the role it would play. Then we meet a Blood Kindred, Dark, who is also a Dark Healer with numerous talents...but no spoilers. Dark has been dream sharing with a beautiful female, but leaders on the Mother Ship ask him to undertake a very dangerous mission. He must agree to be sold as a Replicant to retrieve a priceless but dangerous artifact. The owner of this prize is Gorn, a Trollox, a being as repulsive as he is malevolent. When Dark is established as a Replicant in Gorn’s household, he discovers the female, Anna, is a slave whom Gorn has bought to be his wife. She has been deceived by a man who claims to love her and whisks her away, only to sell her as a Trollox slave. I have read all the BotK as well as the Kindred Tales, but this one is going to be one of my favorites. I really enjoyed visiting some of my favorite characters on the Mother Ship, especially those from the early books. Although you don’t have to read these in order as this one is the 24th, you’re going to love it. If you are a fan of the series, this one is full of unpredictable designs. I know I will be reading Deceived again!
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    Loved

    What another amazing story for this author. I just love the Kindred bride stories. Let me warn you, this good cause some triggers but the author portray a survivor very well. I can not imagine what it was like for Anna. Knowing she might not survive, missing her family, and feeling so alone. She was being abused and this had to wear on her mentally knowing the abuse was only going to get worse. I just loved Dark which is what is part Dark Healer and part Blood Kindred. The last thing he had to expect to find on this undercover mission was a pretty woman needing help. The author was very creative when writing this story. There was also some very touchy subjects in this story that I think the author handled very well. I believe stories should not always be sun shine and roses but portray the good and the bad. I think the author took a bad situation and shown how one can survive and come out strong. This was truly a great story and glad I got a chance to read the book.
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    When The Chef Went Undercover

    This story comes quite rightly with a warning from the author as there are acts within this book that will sicken many. To be really fair it's more that we are told about the atrocities rather than' shown' but it's a brutal tale of survival and hope. Dark is a different Kindred to me as he has the ability to take away others pain but unusually he isn't actually a Warrior but is in fact a Chef ! He has been asked to go undercover and masquerade as a Replicant in order to steal a dangerous crystal that is being hunted by a powerful AI. Anna was betrayed by someone she loved and has ended up a slave to a heinous alien who is attempting to get her prepared to bear him a son. Anna is quite rightly terrified but also very lonely and she strikes up an unusual friendship with her master's new robotic cook. Anna doesn't trust any man but she's safe with a Replicant isn't she ? I'm always in awe of this authors imagination and have to admit that the alien in this is truly vile. I'm not going to go into excessive details but there are parts of this story that made me shudder. I actually thought that we got a lot more in this book than some because it's almost as if we are told two stories as not only do we get Dark and Anna forming an attachment but then the author hits us with the second half of the book as we catch up with exactly what the dangerous AI is up to. I loved that we got to catch up with favourite characters from previous books and of course this being a Kindred novel there are very sexy times. The only thing I personally didn't like was the dialogue as at times Dark reminded me of a cheesy seventies character but then again I'm English and the author is American so perhaps that's the type of language men use with their partners in the US. Fans of this series will enjoy this book I'm sure and as usual there's enough humour within these pages to offset the darker moments. This voluntary take is of a copy advanced to me and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
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