Series: Planet Alpha Book 16
Author: Jade Black
Genre: Futuristic Fiction, Science Fiction, Aliens, Reverse Harem, Bisexuality, MMF Romance, Fiction, Romance
LGBTQ+ Category: Bisexual
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Reviewer: Phoebe, Paranormal Romance Guild
About The Book
Leah has one goal in life: to find a new planet for the humans ineligible to be Alphan mates. When the trading ship she purchased a berth on docks with a scout ship, her lack of ability to tell the difference between Alphans and Xyrans gets her into trouble.
Unwilling to leave the human with the vulnerable trade ship, Nalan immediately offers her a new place with them, knowing this chance to bond with a human woman might be their only one.
As captain of the Zyzan, Gelar’s primary concern is making sure Xyran pirates can’t flank Alphan space, along with enjoying the year alone with his mate Nalan. To find a human this far out should have been impossible, and yet her ability to survive on the poisonous ship just to make a living intrigues them both. Humans aren’t allowed to leave Earth without an Alphan mate. Will her dreams doom the three of them?
Jade Black writes one heck of a heroine in Isolation. Black has definitely written this story in this time of #bodypositivity and I for one was happy to read it. Leah is dealing with the cards life has handed to her, but not only that, she is trying to save mankind. Mind you this is all single-handedly in an unknown arena and in a hostile environment. Guts, perseverance, and patience is what Black has written for our Leah.
Black then provides us with some lovely entertainment in the form of Gelar and Nalan. All I can say is, “Hot.” These scenes are steamy and then Black adds Leah to the couple and “I need a fan, please!”
If this is what Black considers Isolation, I am doing it all wrong (laugh). Everyone should have to do their self-isolation this way. Luckily we can with Leah, Gelar, and Nalan.
This is a #bodypositive story.
Lover, Dreamer…and I am still figuring it out. I have been writing with purpose since I was 12-years-old. I started with bad poetry that I actually still have and sadly can quote on occasion. I have lists all around my house. Lists of what I want to read. Lists of what I want to write. Lists of authors I should check out. Lists of books that people have told me about. Then there are lists about music, movies, web-series…well you get it. Too many lists (laugh). she/Her, Writer, Veteran, Activist, Peace.
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