Title: Alien Redemption
Only her love can redeem their crimes…if their secrets don’t get her killed.
Imdiko Conyod’s clanmates Dramok Erybet and Nobek Sletran are home from the war. However, he no longer knows these men. Changed by the horrors they’ve seen and done, they are very different people. How can he allow them to clan the traumatised Earther Rachel Hicks, whom he’s come to love so deeply? And how can he not clan her when she’s the only thing right in his life?
Erybet and Sletran keep secret the truth of the terrible crime they committed on the Earther colony of New Bethlehem. The damaged clan tries to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives with Rachel, a woman as passionate as any three men could wish for. But the murders of other Earther women mean Erybet and Sletran must face the monstrous act they thought they had left behind. Someone calling himself the Beast of New Bethlehem is murdering Earther women…and the killer may be closer to the clan’s beloved Rachel than anyone suspects.
Author: Tracy St. John
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Alien Embrace, Alien Rule, Alien Hostage, Alien Conquest
Series: World of Kalquor #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Alien Conquest, Alien Salvation
Published by Totally Bound Source: Publisher
Published: June 20th 2017
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 342 pages
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Alien Redemption is book six in Tracy St. John’s widely popular World of Kalquor series and it’s a doozy! Each book in the series features a storyline around a Kalquor clan in search of a Matara. Each clan is made up of one male of each Kalquorian species: Dramok-the clan leader, Nobek-the clan protector, and Imdiko-the clan caretaker. When the clan adds a Matara, she is the lifebringer. All of the characters in this book, have been previously introduced in prior books, but it is not necessary to have read those to enjoy Alien Redemption.
This story begins with Rachel on Kalquor in a psychiatric hospital, being attended to by Dr. Conyod. Conyod is quite taken with Rachel, and she, him, and is trying to figure out how he can introduce her to his clanmates, Erybet, and Sletran. His clan has hit the lottery and is able to hopefully clan a Matara. Conyod wants that to be Rachel, but Dr./patient issues arise that need to be sorted. Aside from that, Conyod is also skeptical about clanning a Matara seeing his clanmates have not be themselves since returning from war. They have not shared the events that have changed them and Conyod is concerned about bringing another into the fold when the clan is crumbling.
I absolutely loved this book! Rachel and Conyod are so very good for each other. I liked how their love unfolded and how they incorporated Erybet and Sletran into the mix. I felt so bad for Erybet and Sletran with what they endured during the war. They were definitely having a hard time-as military vet’s do, upon returning home. I so wanted things to work out for them all because you could see how having Rachel with them balanced them out. But of course, true to Tracy St. John, there’s the ones who do not want Earthers to be with Kalquor men or even on Kalquor to begin with, and they do their best to muck up the situation. Knowing time is ticking, turning the page made it hard because I knew things were coming to a head, and although I wanted to find out, I was also afraid of what might happen! The ending was spectacular just as every book prior to this has been!
Now I know once you read one book in the World of Kalquor, Tracy St. John will hook you just as she’s done to me!! I have read a couple out of order-which can be done, but I recommend starting with book one to get your feet wet with all that is Kalquor! If you choose to start with Alien Redemption, have no fear! Tracy gives you a prologue explaining what briefly took place prior. I also enjoyed seeing clans from prior books for a little check-in!! Now onto the next book!!