When Major Brad Reynolds is assigned to head the Terran Federation base on planet Aleyne, the last thing he expects to find is love, and certainly not with one of the alien Aleyni. How can he keep his lover, in the face of political maneuvering and of Ardaval's feelings for his former partners— and theirs for him? When you bend the rules, they may snap back and hit you in the face.
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Broken Bonds, surprised me. It's a science fiction romance, but it gave me so many things to think about. Poetry, love. relationships. spirituality, family, right and wrong.I think that's what I love most about this series, it's not a heavy book/series but it's not fluff either. I can not think of any other book I could relate to this series, it's so unique and refreshing. The action kept me reading way passed bedtime. I could not put it down I just had to see how things were going to end.A book that stayed true to the magic of the series and one I will most definitely read again and again.Posted by Amazon Reviewer
5 stars, can not wait for more from the series!
Thirteen sentences from Broken Bonds
1. Until a moment ago, Brad would rather have settled into his quarters than attend the formal reception welcoming him here.
2. He couldn't ignore this connection, wish it away, any longer.
3. Ardaval drew him close, and Brad opened his mouth for the kiss.
4. Brad hesitated for a moment, then leaned over and kissed Ardaval on the mouth, a promise of more.
5. “In Common I'd simply say I love you.”
6. He'd received his answer, but what did the spirits want him to do?
7. He couldn't put words to the depth of his love for Ardaval.
8. Holding out a hand, Ardaval drew Brad closer still.
9.Imarin was very possessive, but normally he held himself in check better than this.
10. How could he react so strongly to another man, especially after he and Ardaval swore rolor?
11.“Major Reynolds, you are accused of high treason and are to be remanded for trial on New Oregon.”
12. If only he could return to the day Imarin and the others left for good, the day he'd stood by and let Imra go.
13. Nothing would glue their love together again.
Born and raised in New York City, Margaret Fieland has been around art and music all her life. Her poems and stories have appeared in journals such as Turbulence Magazine, Front Range Review, and All Rights Reserved. She is one of the Poetic Muselings. Their poetry anthology, Lifelines, was published by Inkspotter Publishing in November, 2011. She is the author of Relocated, Geek Games, and Broken Bonds, published by MuseItUp Publishing , and of Sand in the Desert, a collection of science fiction persona poems. A chapter book is due out later this year.
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