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Cyndi Friberg Shadow Assassins, radical separatists created at the onset of the Great Conflict, have been made obsolete by years of peace. For Varrik, the current commander, that time is now. Shadow Assassins, Book One: Radical separatists, created at the onset of the Great Conflict, have been made obsolete by years of peace. For Varrik, that time is now.
Varrik, current leader of the Shadow Assassins, knows his people are on the verge of extinction. His one and only concern is curtailing the power and influence of the ruthless Sarronti elite. Still, the human female working with him lingers in his mind and fuels his imagination. Hostilities rapidly escalate and new threats are revealed. You do not have to have read any of the previous series to understand or follow the current story or timeline. Without any available mates, the male only Rodytes sent teams of Outcasts to kidnap or persuade any and all human females from Earth in an attempt to repopulate and find mates for their struggling males but procreation came at a price including the need for genetically matched DNA, a mutual metamorphosis, and magical intervention.
A test for compatibility is filed and there may be as many as five males matched to a single female DNA. Outcasts are battle born-their mothers were Bilarrian prisoners forced to breed, with their Rodyte captors, in the hopes of restoring magic to the Rodyte people.
An injury would find Kara in the arms of Malik Xett, and their fated relationship would begin. What ensues is the building romance between Malik and Kara, and the potential fall-out as a war with a rogue faction of Sarronti is about to spiral out of control.
Kara, although genuinely attracted to General Xett was unwilling to commit to a happily ever after, and needed more time to establish herself and start a new life on a planet she would soon come to call home.
Malik knew Kara was his forever mate but bided his time in the hopes that Kara would accept him, as well. The Ayrontu, the highest, most prestigious designation is an ascribed position from birth, and it is the Ayrontu that are determined to remove the unwelcome intruders.
The premise is engaging and intriguing; the characters are dynamic and captivating Jaron is flirty and fun ; the romance is seductive and spicy. General Malik Xett is honorable, sexy, a little bit sweet and all badass when needed.
Their relationship moves steadily if quickly although the author does a good job of not making it feel rushed. Secondary characters show depth and there is political intrigue, new revelations about the Sarronti and action to keep the story interesting and moving along.
Look forward to the next story in the series and am curious which of the possible hints that may be. Excellent storybuilding and romance. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
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