Posts labeled M.A. Church

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Review - Bound by Love by M.A. Church

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Prince Hamza and Neo have been mated for many years. They have been peaceful years, as the Tah’Narians have successfully recovered from the attacks which lead them to initiate the harvest. That peace is broken when their planet is attacked by the Ne Reyn, who kill Hamza’s father, King Duran. Struck by grief, Hamza vows vengeance, but will he take it too far and commit the same sins as those that nearly wiped out Tah’Nar?

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Review - The Harvest: Journey's End by M.A. Church

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Dale may be settling into his strange new life with his Tah’Narian mate Keyno after being “harvested” from Earth, but that doesn’t mean his struggle with the changes is over. Without doubt, the biggest challenge of all will be fulfilling the need which caused the Tah’Narians to initiate the harvest in the first place: conceiving and bearing a child for his mate. That need provides the main backbone of the story, but there are numerous other things that happen to Dale and his adopted ‘family’ along the way.

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Review - The Harvest: Taken by M.A. Church

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Note: Those that follow my reviews regularly will probably notice that I’ve already reviewed the follow-on series to this one, The Harvest Young. I didn’t realize when selecting that series that it was closely linked to this one. While not having read “The Harvest” series didn’t detract much from the new series, there were clearly back stories to some of the secondary characters that piqued my interest. Hence, I’m going back to read the original two books.

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Review - The Harvest Young: Bound by Destiny by M.A. Church

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This second book of The Harvest Young series picks up several years after the first book, Bound by Fate. Where Szin was the focus of the first book, his brother Raiden is at the center of this story, along with his mate Dayo. The two young mixed Tah’Narian/human males are both serving on a star ship, and now that their careers are established they’re thinking of starting a family. But a couple of seemingly inconsequential encounters on the planet Quai sets off a chain of events that may destroy the couple’s plans.

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Review - The Harvest Young: Bound by Fate by M.A. Church

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Szin and his twin brother Raiden are both part human and part Tah’Narian but Szin looks far more like a frail human than his brother, or just about anyone else in his circle of friends and family, other than his human dad. Szin has always known Takeo considered them fated to be mates almost since birth, but he keeps trying to convince himself as well as Takeo that he’s not good enough for the powerful warrior.