Deacon (Gideon’s Riders #2) by Kit Rocha #BookReview #EroticDystopian
Deacon introduces what will likely be the through-plot for the Gideon's Riders series, and gives a vulnerable peek into the Riders' fearless leader and his shadowy past. This story world, this sector that survived a world apocalypse and a brutal civil war, sets the example for the kind of harmony and community we could have if only we stopped judging and killing each other long enough to give a damn. Deacon is a recommended read for anyone who is already a fan of the Beyond or Gideon's Riders series, values diversity and acceptance, likes hot sex scenes and heart-pounding action sequences, and enjoys stories set in dystopian, post-apocalyptic worlds.
April 10, 2017
Wanted & Wired (Tether #1) by Vivien Jackson #BookReview #ScifiUrbanDystopian #CyberpunkRomance
Straight up, you won't find many stories like Wanted & Wired in the romance market right now, although I wouldn't be surprised if the Tether story universe inspires a thriving new cyberpunk romance sub-genre. This story is steeped in diversity—racial, bio-mechanical, sexual, sub-genre—you name it, and Wanted & Wired just might have it. Readers who fancy the sci-fi and fantasy greats—Han Solo, Captain Mal, Isaac Asimov... you get the picture—will lust after this snarky, femme-strong romance that simply cannot be categorized by genre boundaries.
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