Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Review of Alien General's Fated by Vi Voxley

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Ryden and Aria. When this book starts out Ryden is fighting for the right to be general (which is the Brion's way of promtion) of one of the flag ships in the Brion Armada. Upon winning his place he is brought before the council for is first mission. Ryden believes that this mission is unworthy of his time and voices as much. The decision is made and he is to go defend the Galactic Union from one of the Brion's biggest enemies in the galaxy, the Clayors. The Brion's are the biggest warriors in the Union and are the most feared, the Clayors come a close second due to the fact that these two races have been fighting one another on many occasions they feel the Brion are the best for the job. However the Union council doesn't trust them. During this time Ryden meets his liaison and there is just something about her. No matter how mcuh time they spend together he can't get her out of his mind. If only he was sure whether or not she is his gesha .

Aria has only had one goal in her life is to be a full member of the Galactic Union. However she is told she must go through a trial period before she will be granted her full rights. Part of her trial period is to be the liaison for the general of the Brion armada ship the Conqueror. However her first look at Ryden has her trying to get her head on straight again. She knows they have their differences but there is something about his man that no-matter what is going on around them he is always her first priority even if she can't let him see that. Aria knows about the Brion culture and wonders could she be like one of the other Terran women and be his gesha if so why can't they seem to click. 

This is a book full of ups and downs this will grab hold of you from the first word and hold you till the very end. This book will show you to look at another's differences and respect them because you never know who that person could be to you in the future. I think this book rocks on so many levels and it had me hooked from the first word to the very end. Every-time I thought there can't be more the author hits you with something new. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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