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Hers to Choose by Patricia A Knight


Blurb: To preserve their civilization, a disillusioned warrior and a violated innocent need to put aside the trauma of their past to confront a present evil.

Mentally scarred from her years as prisoner to the off-world invaders, Lady Sophillia Glorianna DeLorion, doubts she can be a fit sexual partner for any man…

…even one whose passionate green eyes make her remember what it is to desire.

Commander of the Queen’s Royal Guard, Eric DeStroia had grown up watching the corrosive, soul-killing effects of arranged, aristocratic marriage and vowed to remain alone. But under his hardened military exterior, Eric has a kind heart. When the second Tetriarch suggests he marry a noble woman rescued from the enemy, Eric reconsiders, consoling himself with visions of sheltering a wounded dove under his mighty arm. Instead, he discovers a fierce falcon that refuses to stoop to his lure.

In the aftermath of their resounding defeat, a survivor from the enemy camp plotted a return to Verdantia to exact retribution. His first objective is the recapture of Lady Sophillia DeLorion. She had been unreachable until she went to the Oshtesh. Now, only Eric DeStroia stands in his way.

Review: So this one picks up a few years at least after the first book. The Tetriarch, the, uh, trio from the last book are clearly happily married…..or together. Not entirely sure on that one but hey, they’ve got kids, they rule the planet, and they’re happy. Doral apparently wants his sister happy and settled, but the planet also needs her for her genetics. Enter Eric Destroia, leader of the queen’s personal guard.

Sophi is resistant. She’d been prisoner to her race’s mortal enemies, the Haarb, for years and was subjected to plenty of abuse. She’s found herself in a home for single women who can’t stand the main Verdantian society. She’s become a warrior in her own right, but clearly still fears committment.

Contrary to popular belief, I’m a fan of all erotica. I enjoyed this. I liked watching Sophi struggle with herself, giving excuses for each step she takes before deciding she’s in love with Eric. I found it rather hilarious to see how she talked once she got more comfortable with him. Once I got to reading, I found myself very irritated with having to stop. I wanted to continue, and now I want more in the series.

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