Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Brenna Lyons, Daughters of Man: Prize Match

Title: Daughters of Man: Prize Match

Author: Brenna Lyons

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance

Sub-Genre: Fantasy, Science Fiction

Keywords: HEA Ending, Alien

Page Count: 31

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60659-599-2

Price: $2.99

Publisher: Phaze Books


Reviewer: Stacey Krug

Sabine has come to Sakk, a winged female, a prize match. Her mate will be an older male, a general or master general. She has no choice in that. The only power she has is to refuse an abusive mate.

Sahtahn has no intention of fighting to approach the prize match, but when Sabine is attacked on her way to the riser, he changes his mind. She's not the cold woman he'd believed her. She's a frightened young woman in need of a gentle hand. If she accepts his advances, he will have the greatest prize imaginable.


We enter the story as Sabine is getting ready to embark on Sakk, an alien planet, to be claimed by a mate. We get to experience some of her apprehension and fear.

Sabine’s apprehension continues on until General Sahtahn puts her at ease. Her claiming is erotic, sensual, and descriptive. Throughout the claiming we get more of an understanding of the laws and culture on Sakk. However, it is a short story revolving around a claiming, so there is not an in-depth explanation regarding the planet and culture. The author just highlights what we need to know for this story.

As more about the culture comes out so does the personalities of both Sabine and Sahtahn. It’s hard not to fall for this couple and hope the best for them. Between Sabine’s loving nature and inexperience and Sahtahn’s kind, caring nature and experience; the two just about light the pages on fire.

For paranormal erotic romance and science fiction fans, Brenna Lyons’ short story is a must read. If you have read Sons of Heaven: Beldon and you need another fix of this fantasy world then you will enjoy Daughters of Man: Prize Match.

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