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    Salvation and Forgiveness

    When starting this book the story had me kind of puzzled about how well it would be in the end. Starting off with Ariana's family kind of threw me in this story but kind of made sense by the end of the book. Titan is from a planet called Devor and they are a race of alien telepaths that believe they are superior to everyone. There are things that I want to tell you about this story but to do so will be spoiler and will ruin it for the reader. Have to admit there is a tangle in this book that I would like to know more about so hopefully in the next book it will be address. Overall, this book was an enjoyable read. I received a free copy of this boo
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    Devor

    Wow! Definitely not for young people. Fantastic original. Very graphic but great ideas in the story line. I liked it because it was not like any of the many books I have read. Recommend to adults.
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    A Strange Story Line

    Ariana lived on a farm in the summer, her Pawpaw giving her mother a break for a few months in taking care of 7 wild children. Seven-year-old Ariana was walking through the mud, looking for critters and anything that caught her attention, when a huge man walked up to her. She had been taught to be police to adults, so she wasn’t afraid. He knew her name, and it sounded like he spoke inside her head. Then he apologized, saying he seemed to be “early”. He didn’t even look human and she figured she should probably run away from him. Her siblings did not believe her and teased her about the man who didn’t exist. Years later, the man returned, not in person but in her consciousness. She felt him, heard him tell her he would be coming in two weeks. She was afraid to sleep after that, afraid he would intrude into her mind again. She felt like she had met him before; he was somehow familiar. And she started to feel like he was very real! She realized she was kidnapped, not sure where she was. When she struggled, she was given a shot to put her out. When she woke again, the man was there and spoke in her head, insisting she do the same. He was 7 feet tall, humanoid, but definitely not human. He told her his name could not be translated into speech, so she could call him “Titan”. He also told her they were on the Devoran royal transport ship. They had “enhanced” her with some medicine and she would feel the effects soon. He was the crown prince of Devor Prime and had chosen her as his mate. Things progressed as Ariana learned to communicate with Titan through her mind. He had a sense of urgency, saying they didn’t have much time. When they finally mated, the drug lowering her fears and inhibitions, he left the room. What would happen to her now? He hadn’t told her anything, hadn‘t answered her questions. But the mating had been successful and she was already pregnant. Titan’s sister, Princess Dhara, made her intense dislike of Ariana very obvious. Would she try to harm Ariana. Would she put her in real danger? Would Titan let this happen? Was Ariana just a means to produce an heir? This is not a particularly warm story. I didn’t like the cold and hot approach Titan took when he was around Ariana. He got her cooperation through the drugs and not because he showed her kindness or affection. His sister treated her badly when she was there through no fault of her own. The reader is kept a bit uncomfortable far into the story line, so it was difficult to develop a good rapport with the characters. They remained strangers for quite some time. Not fully understanding the purpose or direction of the story left the reader not fully engaged. Though it finally did get better, it is not a book I would read a second time.
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    oh dear, give me such a Devoran .....

    I love romances in all forms. But a romance that also includes action attracts me even more. This Sci-Fi story therefore has everything it needs to keep holding the book in my hands and kept me reading. Not only the love story is beautifully described, but the rest of the story around it also keeps it exciting. First be abducted by an alien that makes you pregnant and wants to keep you as his bride. Then be abducted again because his sister wants to keep the bloodline pure and you wants to get rid of you. The fear and uncertainty that goes through Arianne crawls under your skin. How fascinating is it that while reading you get something about the death of her sister at a young age. Every time you are kept in the dark as to what the cause of death was ..... and if you know then you would rather not have known. Heartbreaking! oh ..... and how naughty can you be to describe the anatomy of a man this way ..... I wish I met a Devon man ;-)
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