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For the Clan based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Love on the rocks. Family life not quite stable. Needed spice at your feet. Smart advise to utilize every tool to make the most of what life throws at you. This dystonian world has action, drama, romance, mm, mf, mmf, sci-fi and more. Rich read with depth and thought put forth. There was a deep background between Jace and Roan. Their worlds come crashing down as life moves forward. But no fretting they meet again and not under the best of circumstances. Now, years later, Jace has a wife and a clan that he has responsibility for. Things did not go quite as expected. Jace loves his wife and the clan. He also still loves Roan. Watching how thing unfold proves to more than a sad porn ménage that lacks substance. There was plenty of plot, emotions, and spice. I am working hard her not give away but to entice you. The read was more than I was expecting and kept me turning pages/tapping my screen. There was a second chance romance intertwined with a new romance. Things were not easy but the three of them put in the work to make things work. I recommend this read for anyone looking for bit of a change up in their everyday sci-fi, romance, action filled, drama intense reading usual. **This eBook was provided via Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.**
Roan and Jace are only 16-years-old when For the Clan begins, and are already in as much of a relationship as they can have. That is caught short though when the government turns up, and captures Roan. What happens in the interim is given in some detail, but also left to the imagination. Roan has an opportunity to escape, and takes it. He goes as far as he can, but is found by some sentries of one of the Clans. He is taken into custody, where he finds out that it is Clan Teach and Jace is now Clan Leader. Oh, and he's also married! This is a Dystopian M/M M/F/M Ménage Science Fiction book. In other words, this is a story that almost defies being put into specific genres. It is very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow. There is action, suspense, betrayal and hope, as well as the relationship issues which actually don't take over. Everyone gets a say and things turn out a bit unexpectedly. If you are looking for a read that is different from the rest, then I can definitely recommend this, and I hope to see more in this series. * I received this book from Xpresso Book Tours in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!