TBR reviewer: Brutally Honest
The first scene introducing the book is a mess. An angry person explains how the cloned woman Raleigh is out of time to find her ‘mates’. That’s it. We don’t know who these people are, what they look like, where they are. There are no descriptions, surrounding details, anything that would explain what we’re getting into.
From there we go to a store on a planet. Again no descriptions. Suddenly the above mentioned woman/clone is attacked, robbed, shots lighting and kills the robber – in one page! Are you kidding me? Is this a novella or a plot outline?
Then we met the cloned men. Three of them, no descriptions. They could have 9 eyes and the readers would never know. We also meet the ‘evil’ prince. Cyclops? Clown? Does the prince have four legs? NO DETAILS!
I could go on but I don’t want to waste more space. I’ll just say that these issues continue through the entire book with lack luster dialogue. This non connection made the hot sex scenes fall flat.
The first in the Four Ever More series I’d recommend, but this, the second is a definite skip.