Cashmere

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I can run from danger, but I can’t run from him. 

When my father tries to marry me off to a man I don’t love, I buy a one-way ticket to Mars. But before I can even get out of orbit, a brutal alien warrior attacks. He says he wants our ship, but from one look in his eyes, I know he wants much more from me. 

I’m left with a choice: try to hitchhike to Mars--alone and penniless--through the empty cold of space, or accept this infuriating alien’s protection. And take him home with me. 

I’d always wanted a man to stand up to my father, I just never thought it would be him. He’s frustrating, mysterious, and fiercely protective. All of humanity is one big game of chess to him...am I his pawn? Or his queen? 

He’ll protect me from everything in the world, but nothing in the universe can protect me from him. 

Book Review


Aegus was of the firm belief that Humans were the answer to the Marauders fertility troubles. He has seen his brother find his human mate and have a seraphim child. He knows that the rest of his species is divided about the approach to humanity. He's hoping to have things set in motion in such a manner that when they do reach Earth his people decide to stay here instead of plundering and moving on. 

With Mars and the orbitals supporting his brother, and Earth pretty much having no choice, he needs to focus on Venus. What he did not need to focus on was the Tsarevna of Venus, Anya, who happens to be his fated mate. When her father is killed by the General who would enslave her, Aegus makes a run for it with her to the floating Jungles, hoping that the tribes will help protect her and help him fight the war that he knows is coming. 

It was really interesting sci fi to see how the Jungles worked at terraforming and how the tribes were actually descended from scientists. I received an ARC for my honest opinion.

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