Her heart says “never”. Her body says “now”.
When a wounded runner stumbles into her workshop, sculptor Talena Spenser’s comfortable, quiet life is shattered. Aiding the escaped slave risks losing more than just her freedom. She is in phase, when Cy’ren females are overwhelmed by the drive to mate.
Mordacki Loren, shadow sword of House Nightfall, knows the pain of losing a mate. He never intended to take another. But Talena, raised by humans with little knowledge of Cy’ren ways, leaves him no choice. As the mating lust consumes them, Dack promises to honor her wishes—even if that means letting her go.
Scarred and hardened by a munitions accident that sent her Alliance career up in flames, Carmen Hawke joined the Cy’ren resistance as captain of the flagship Talon. When old flame Dack returns from a mission with Carmen’s childhood friend and first love, Talena, in tow, the temptation to allow someone—or two someones—close to her again cracks her emotional armor.
Pursued by an unknown enemy, the trio works together to discover the secrets of Talena’s past, and to uncover a threat that could destroy the fragile peace of the Cy’ren homeworld.
Warning: If the epic space battles, gunfights and swordplay aren’t enough to get you going, strap yourself in for a male-female-female threesome that’s scorching enough to fire your engines into overdrive.
Talena Spenser is a Cy’ren, and she has her own sculpting business on a cruise ship. Unfortunately there’s a hiccup in her comfortable life. She has come into phase, the time when Cy’ren females are driven to mate.
Dack Loren crashes into Talena’s life and store, with armed men on his tail. When Talena helps him, he escapes his pursuers and takes her off the cruise ship with him, convinced she’s a slave and he’s doing the right thing freeing her. This one act starts something far bigger into motion, one that will put Talena, Mordacki and the crew of the Talon in great danger.
Nightfall is a space opera, and the first in a series. It’s a threesome story featuring two women and one man.
Things I liked about this book:
1. There was lots of fast-paced action with gunfights and ships firing at each other, and of course, the good guys managed to win in the end.
2. The reader is introduced to the Cy’ren race and the politics of the world gradually in small bites. I enjoyed the world-building aspect.
3. The relationship between Talena, Dack and Carmen is hot.
4. The main characters of Talena, Dack and Carmen are well-rounded and possess believable conflicts.
Things I didn’t like about this book:
I couldn’t think of anything to add to this category.
Nightfall is a hot, spicy read featuring a threesome, plenty of intrigue and cool fights. If you enjoy a little adventure and action in your romance, this is the one for you.
This book was provided by the author and Goddess Fish Promotions in exchange for an honest review.