by S. Usher Evans


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ISBN-13: 9781945438004
Publisher: Sun's Golden Ray Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/12/2016
Series: Razia , #2
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

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Alliances 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
KBraetyllo 9 months ago
Wow. This is the second book in the series, so make sure you check out Double Life first! Anyways, about this book: It was amazing. Razia is a well-rounded character with an attitude, and skills that leave her competitors in the dirt. She's sassy and fun until someone gets on her bad side, and she's fiercely loyal to those she cares about. It reminded me a lot of Firefly, a western type saga set in space. Firefly is my favorite show, and this easily became my favorite series. Definitely worth reading- if you read the previous book first!
Emily Gibbs More than 1 year ago
Originally seen on Emily Reads Everything Alliances is the continuation of Razia’s story and it picks up right after Double Life. When this book starts out, she is struggling with the events that happened at the end of Double Life. She got a glimpse at the person she should or could be and she is really struggling with it. Vel is back at school. He left her all alone, just like everyone else has. Razia is bounty hunting left and right but she still can’t manage to get anyone to notice her. She’s still battling with Sage Teon and never admitting when he gets the better of her. It’s business as usual in Razia’s life. Enter awesomeness. Razia has met her match with Lizbeth Carter. Lizbeth is just as confident, ambitious and stubborn as Razia is while maintaining her patience and social tact, skills that Razia lacks. They say opposites attract, and that’s the case here. Except, in classic Razia style, she insists that she neither needs nor likes Lizbeth often and loudly. Lizbeth is the perfect foil for Razia because she is not only forgiving and composed during Razia’s rages; she’s also willing to wear a dress. Have I mentioned how much I love Sage Teon? This fellow pirate is indulgent of Razia’s every move. It’s clear as day to anyone that Sage and Razia belong together, but the two of them are too wrapped up in themselves to see it. S Usher Evans is a master of that just kiss already romantic tension. She takes it to the ultimate extreme. At this point I would melt if Razia didn’t outright insult Sage on sight. In my last review, I said that the only problem with Razia is that she is immature. I really wanted to see personal growth. I wanted her to be a better person. I saw a little of it in this book. However, what growth I didn’t see was offset by Lizbeth continually pointing out when Razia was wrong. That made Razia’s one quirk infinitely easier for me to handle. This series is a must read. I can’t wait to find out what happens.
Reading-is-My-Treasure More than 1 year ago
This sequel was so fun and thrilling!! There was a kickass duo of ladies solving a mystery, taking down bad guys, fighting each other--it was something that I've always wanted to see more of in books. Razia was a real piece of work (even more so than the last book). She was funny, but there were times when she pushed EVERYONE away and so many people were trying to get her past that. Lisbeth was so different from Razia, but dealt with same issue of being a capable, intelligent woman in a field that wouldn't acknowledge her efforts. I loved that she blunt and always called Razia out on her BS. The heroine sure needed a friend like that. I also loved how much Lisbeth benefited from partnering with the lady pirate. Oh, and Lisbeth's presence added quite a bit of sex positivity to the book. Do you need any more reasons to love her?