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The King of the Eon Warriors has decided to take a Terran as his bride…but finds himself shockingly attracted to the tough, beautiful Space Corps officer in charge of his potential brides' security.

King Gayel Solann-Eon is dedicated to his people and empire. His father was a hard man and a rigid king, but Gayel is doing things his own way. That includes working with his allies to defeat the ravenous insectoid Kantos. To strengthen the alliance with Earth, he’ll put his own wants and needs aside and take a Terran bride. But as the group of bridal candidates arrive on the Eon homeworld, he’s shocked by a stunning attraction to the Space Corps officer in charge of their security.

Captain Alea Rodriguez has worked hard to escape her awful childhood and make something of herself. The Space Corps is her family and her work is her life. Escorting a group of women to an alien planet so a king can pick a bride has left her feeling like she’s on a reality television show. But she takes her job seriously and will keep them safe. What she never expected was her own powerful reaction to the alien warrior king.

Stealth attacks by the Kantos make it clear that no one is safe. Alea is sure that the aliens want to assassinate Gayel, and she’ll do anything to protect him, even as she fights to safeguard her heart. But Gayel is a king and a warrior, and as the two of them fight side by side, he will also convince Alea to risk everything: for their people, for their hearts, and for a bond that won’t be denied. 

The thrilling conclusion to the Eon Warriors series.

©2021 Anna Hackett (P)2021 Anna Hackett

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Good close but choppy

Overall this story was better than I expected. It was a much better balance between romance and action. What I didn't like was how some of the scenes were just thrown in but didn't really connect with the story/relationship flow - The Ball and the Hunt are good scenes, but just make no sense with their relationship progression. Regardless, it was an good story.

I didn't listen to all the books (only the first 3 and this one) and I had no issues following along with the characters and events. Would recommend it as a stand alone, but think it would be best paired with at least book 1.

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King Gayel: galactic bachelor

Love the premise of this, as well as the snafu of having your main man fall for one of the security detail bringing the eligible ladies to meet him. Oh, and having to fight all kinds of fires along the way.

As always, Anna tells a story I don't want to end.

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Loved It

I loved this book and the whole series. I did not expect the war to end the way it ended. There were definitely a bunch of twists and turns in the book. I hope Anna Hackett will write more in this universe. I loved this whole series.

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Exciting conclusion

As someone who has read and loved all the books in this series, this book was the icing on the cake. I loved both King Gayel and Captain Alea, who had to figure out how their roles, pasts and responsibilities fit in with their obvious attraction and eventually, love for each other. The war with the Kantos finally reaches an end and I absolutely found the resolution fantastically clever and exciting. Overall, a great story that sets us up for the next series too. I can’t wait!

I read the ebook first but then decided to relive the book through the audiobook and it was so well done. I would have loved a dual narration but even by herself, Vivienne Leheny did fantastic with her pacing and voice modulations. Excellent read and a great way to relive the story!