Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Talia's Match by Sarah Marsh



TaliaTitle: Talia’s Match
Series: Coalition Mates,2
Author: Sarah Marsh
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre: Menage, Scifi
Word Count: 25,888
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher’s Blurb
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/F, with M/M, shape-shifters, HEA]
Talia Booth finds herself kidnapped from her home planet of Earth while hiking and wakes up in an auctioning facility on a strange planet surrounded by aliens. Luckily she catches the eye of a couple of beautiful men who are familiar with her species and they decide to rescue her from a dreadful fate.
Asher Rhodan and Grae Derhsavve have been looking for a third to complete their relationship and start a family and when they see Talia, they both know she’s the one. All they have to do now is convince her that a relationship with both of them is possible.
The Prince and the dragon may not be the type of males that Talia is used to, but before long she finds their attention and steamy teasing impossible to resist. Asher’s complicated family situation threatens to destroy the new happiness the trio has found. Can Talia let go of her inhibitions and let herself love the men that destiny has brought her to?
A Siren Erotic Romance






Review
Talia’s Match is the second book in the Coalition Mates series by author Sarah Marsh.  I really liked this one much better than the first book, Talia has more fire and spirit. I liked that. She comes into the story as a slave girl but she ends up being the girl who stole the men’s hearts.  She has bravery, tenacity, and a good heart. There is reference to the first book, I would read it in order just to get the nuances.  It is always more enriching to have the back story.
Grae and Asher are a couple. Asher is a crown prince of his planet. Grae is a dragon shifter and holds power on his world.  I liked that Asher is cool to Grae’s fiery personality. They really do complement each other well.
I liked where the story is going now. Ms. Marsh has found her footing in this series and it is showing. I liked the world building.  Why Earth women are now prized.  Gives a good jumping off point for future stories.
The pace of this one is just right I didn’t feel lost or anything. I wanted more cause I loved reading this one so much.  I hope there are many more in this series. I would love to read them. Good story to take you away from reality and bring you to a world of wonder and imagination. 

                                Five Shooting Stars




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