Monday, January 30, 2017

Raiders of the Lost Heart by Trinity Blacio and Lee Kennedy

Title: Raiders of the Lost Heart
Series: Lovers of the Galaxy, 3
Author: Trinity Blacio and Ana Lee Kennedy
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Sci-Fi and M/F/M, M/F
Page Count: 108 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
They weren’t supposed to get smarter!
In the third book of the Lovers of the Galaxy series, the Bone Eaters are evolving thanks to the evil genius of the human monster Randolph and Venus not only has to deal with smarter zombies, but also a room full of Alpha warriors who keep challenging each other, including her two out-of-this world husbands, Volund and Jaxxon. With the roller coaster of emotions, the newly pregnant Venus is either scared out of her mind, or sexually frustrated, watching the men prance around her home half naked all the time.
Jealousy was not part of the plan when Volund and Jaxxon agreed to come and save this planet Earth, but it’s exactly what is happening. Not only are they battling insecurities when it comes to their woman, now there is a new threat --a more intelligent being, that is by far more dangerous now thanks to humans tampering with genetics.
Together, the three of them will work together to deal with their personal problems, all the while trying to form some kind of city-- a safe place, where everyone can live without fear and not be terrified that some new threat is waiting for them around every corner.





Review
Raiders of the Lost Heart by Trinity Blacio and Ana Lee Kennedy is third in the Lovers of the Galaxy series. You definitely must read this story in chronological order as it takes off where the last two ended. It also continues the story of Venus and her men (the focus of book one in the series).
Ms. Blacio and Ms. Kennedy continue to build this world full of Bone Eaters and aliens. But even as Venus, Jaxxon and Volund learn to live and love together, they must meet new challenges. Their little group continues to grow and with it the dangers. I enjoyed seeing Venus learn to depend on her men. She is so used to handling issues by herself she forgets she has two strong males who can share the load. And she isn’t the only one who needs to learn that lesson. Volund and Jaxxon need to remember that Venus survived without them for years and is not without strengths. This story continues to build upon itself and even as the danger grows so does the love. I am looking forward to seeing where Ms. Blacio and Ms. Kennedy will take us next as Earth is rebuilt.

                          Five Shooting Stars

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