What is destined cannot be changed.
Chris has had a monumentally bad month. First, an aggressive band of aliens invaded the Earth, conquered the world, and now he’s fighting for survival in the mountains with his family and the neighborhood bigot. Just because he’s barely out of his teens and a bit on the scrawny side doesn’t mean he can’t watch out for his mom, sisters and younger cousin. Chris keeps searching for the brighter side of things, but his humor is wearing thin. Fear can do that to a guy.
Lasar and Nary are a soul matched pair of warriors from Alashar. Lasar is Nary’s Ahna, the one who dominates him, and Nary is the Nasha, or submissive, to Lasar. Every Alasharian, regardless of orientation, needs the balance of the power exchange to exist peacefully within their lifelong soul match bond. When Lasar is awarded a war prize, he sends Nary to look over the recent arrivals.
Chris and his cousin Morgan are captured and sent to the slave cages where they discover from the other imprisoned young men that they are destined to be sex toys for alien pairs. When one of those aliens saves Chris and his cousin from being abused by the slave master, Chris hopes that the seemingly kind alien won’t be too horrible an owner.
Lasar and Nary are finally alone together with their new sex slave, ready to enjoy their reward. However, in the middle of their playtime a shocking event occurs that not only disrupts Chris’ world even more than it already has been, but also challenges everything that Lasar and Nary have always held dear. As Lasar searches for answer
About the Author
If there happens to be some friendly bondage or floggings involved, she doesn't begrudge her characters whatever their filthy little heart's desire. Even though she's been crafting her naughty tales for more years than she'd like to share - her adventures as a published author began in 2011.
Once upon a time she was the lead singer in an indie rock band that toured the West Coast and charted on U.S. college radio. She currently resides on the northern Oregon coast and when she's not fantasizing about hot men she takes walks along the ocean and annoys the local Karaoke bar patrons.
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I’ve read most everything that this author has put out, so I’m pretty sure I can say this is her first attempt into the world of Space/Aliens and such. Couple of things, one. I’ve not read much in general of this gerne. So not a huge expert but I know when reading a book if it captures my attention or if my mind wanders is usually a sign. And I stayed focus reading this. And if it makes sense. This is the one that got me. I got that this is book one, and we are building a new World, with Aliens, people, invading, lots of stuff going on. And mostly it flowed for me but a couple of times it just seemed like I’ve got way to much going on. Chris, a human is captured, but prior to that he is basically leading a band of other humans including a cousin, his mother and sister. But now, he is being completely submissive? The cousin on the other hand is rebelling against the capture, but while on the run he was more submissive. Chris and his new ‘family’ however are very loving together. And work well as a menage. One Dom and two Sub’s. This is definitely a series building book one and leaves a lot of lose ends and unresolved questions. But like all of this authors books, it’s engaging, thrilling, sexy, and I will be looking for book two and on.
A copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.. I have previously enjoyed Ms. Knights’ Kiss of Leather series as well as individual books from the Sin City Uniforms and Infamous series. Because of my enjoyment of what I had begun to identify as Ms. Knights style, I was looking forward to Slave for Two. This is the first book in the Soul Match series. Aliens from another planet in the universe invade and overpower earth and hold the surviving captors as slaves. Two such men are “rescued” from an abusive guard and taken into the protection of an Alien warrior. The story introduces you to the core characters and sets the stage for the remaining books of the series. Cons: I was disappointed as the characters were not as well developed as I have seen in Ms. Knights prior books. She has always demonstrated a talent for getting you to know and develop an emotional relationship with her main characters in a very short period of time and this just didn’t happen with this book. I ended the book with more questions than answers and that is why I gave this book three stars. Pros: The story line is an intriguing one and I believe if she remains true to her style, the foundation in this book can develop into several very entertaining books. There is enough there that I am willing to read the second book in this series (when it come out) before I make a final decision on the series.