While growing up in Harlem, Jaz Brooks never imagined that there would be a day where she’d have two smoking hot alien husbands, Mavet and Xentix. Or that she would be living on a Kadothian spaceship stationed on one of Saturn’s moons as an Earth Ambassador. And she certainly never imagined that her bondmates would be encouraging her to take a third husband, but that’s exactly what’s happening.
Tandar Glycin has been fighting the Hive in the distant Bel’Tan galaxy for so long now he’d given up hope of ever finding his Matriarch. When word reaches him that his blood brother, Mavet, has bonded an Earth female Tandar is both elated and worried. Vicious rumors abound in the Bel’Tan galaxy about how horrible Earth women are and he worries that Mavet has taken a monster as his wife. When he first meets Jaz he quickly realizes that not all of the stories are true, and that the Lord of Life has blessed him with a kind, beautiful, and feisty alyah who is going to make him work to win her heart.
Warning – This story is set in the Bel’Tan galaxy where polyamorous relationships are the norm and love in all of its forms is accepted including M/M, M/M/F, M/M/M/F sexual situations.
Reviewed by Jean
Aliens amping up the heat…
Jazmine Brooks, Earth Ambassador to the Kadothians never expected her Masters in Couple’s Therapy to be used in quite the way it was. Since she married her two Kadothian husbands she has spent her time helping other Earth women acclimate to another culture and navigate the complexities of a polyamorous marriage, something she doesn’t have the most experience with herself. Nothing in her background as a preacher’s daughter from Harlem prepared her for the very openly sexual nature of the Kadothian culture.
On the other hand, her experience as an African American woman has given her a double dose of exposure when it comes to prejudice, something the other women from Earth may not have as much experience with when they come up against species prejudice in their new lives. Her very background and experience makes her perfect in her position as Ambassador. Something that has drawn the enmity of one of the Kadothian elders. The fact that the guy is an absolute jerk and seems to have married a very vain and vapid woman with a major self-indulged personality pushes Jaz just a tad too far one time too many and puts her in the crosshairs of scrutiny. Not something she needs on the day she is to meet her potential third husband.
The Kadothian culture is built around blood brother relations where the brothers are sexually involved and typically marry one woman who becomes the matriarch of their family. The matriarch is the central binding factor and key to saving the men from sinking into a beastial state of craziness resulting from the psychic natures. Millenium ago, the women of the Kadothian species were corrupted and became the embodiment of evil. To combat the issue, the men’s reproductive capabilities were altered so that they can only produce male children. Now, they can only mate with women of other species. Earth women are their potential salvation. Jaz’s mates, Mavet and Xentix are totally devoted to Jaz. They are also very protective and at times withhold crucial information in their attempt to coddle and protect. Little do they know how much potential damage flying blind can cause. Xentix also has another blood brother and at the beginning of Jaz’s Warriors the three are awaiting his arrival on the space station. Where Xentix and Mavet are both healers, Tandar is all warrior. While Xentix and Mavet play their part in this story (and may I say their parts are very hot) it is more a tale of how Tandar and Jaz meet and bond while dealing with the complexities of Kadothian culture and prejudice.
As the physical heat increases between Tandar and Jaz, her mates bring every ounce of their considerable psychic heat into play. Let’s just say things become rather hot and steamy between the two, let alone the four when their relationship is cemented. Jaz’s Warriors is a fairly quick read that I really enjoyed. If you are looking for a bit of steamy sci-fi romance then Jaz’s Warriors definitely qualifies.
O Factor: Scorcher
With over forty published books, Ann is Queen of the Castle to her husband and three sons in the mountains of West Virginia. In her past lives she’s been an Import Broker, a Communications Specialist, a US Navy Civilian Contractor, a Bartender/Waitress, and an actor at the Michigan Renaissance Festival. She also spent a summer touring with the Grateful Dead-though she will deny to her children that it ever happened.
From a young Ann has had a love affair with books would read everything she could get her hands on. As Ann grew older, and her hormones kicked in, she discovered bodice ripping Fabio-esque romance novels. They were great at first, but she soon grew tired of the endless stories with a big wonderful emotional buildup to really short and crappy sex. Never a big fan of purple prose, throbbing spears of fleshy pleasure and wet honey pots make her giggle, she sought out books that gave the sex scenes in the story just as much detail and plot as everything else-without using cringe worthy euphemisms. This led her to the wonderful world of Erotic Romance, and she’s never looked back.
Now Ann spends her days trying to tune out cartoons playing in the background to get into her ‘sexy space’ and has accepted that her Muse has a severe case of ADD.
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