Krya is stunned when a 7-foot tall warrior shows up at the spa she is at and rips off all of her clothes - without even touching her! Zor, the warrior, claims that Kyra is his sacred mate and wisks her off to his spaceship where they set off for his planet. While they are traveling, Zor attempts to adjust Krya to what life will be like on his planet by making her wear the traditional clothing - two filmy scraps of fabric that are sheer and bringing her to climax repeatedly at the dinner table, with his brother dining with them! Kyra isn't so sure she likes this world and is in for even more surprises when they land.
Turns out it is normal for the men to comment on the beauty of female breasts and pubic hair and to have strange males bring the females to climax at dinner when there is a mating ceremony. The female has to remove her clothing immediately when her mate enters the room and is expected to climax with her husband and guests while bathing every morning. Entertainment is viewed from beds in box seats where couples have sex in public without worrying about people watching. Unmated males have female sex slaves and sand creations who appear to be female to keep them pleasured. Once women get pregnant, as Kyra soon does, their breasts swell up to an enormous size and are filled with sweet juice for their babies, which are born in egg sacks. Kyra quickly adjusts to the world, of course, and finds that she loves it there, but she keeps trying to override her husband so that he knows that he doesn't dominate her, but she is not very successful.
I think that this book would be much more appealing to men than to women. There are some hot sex scenes which women will like, true, but they are repeated so often throughout the book and with very little, if any plot, to hold them together, let alone character development that they just didn't hold my attention for very long. This world is definitely male dominated and the females are little more than sex slaves, sacred mate or no. I was not impressed with this book at all and do not feel that it is worth the high price that you pay. I bought my ebook copy from the publisher and so saved a little bit of money, but I much prefer a book that actually has a story to it than something like this!
This report prepared by Debbie