Review: Alien Refuge (World of Kalquor #7) by Tracy St. John

September 21, 2017 Review 0

Review: Alien Refuge (World of Kalquor #7) by Tracy St. John

Book seven in the Clans of Kalquor series - newly edited version!
Searching for a safe haven for her child sends a woman into the arms of the enemy and in the path of a revolt.
All Iris Jenson wants is a safe place to raise her autistic six-year-old son Thomas. She thinks she’s found it on Haven, an Earther colony located within the Kalquorian Empire’s borders. Making a fresh start under the watchful eyes of Earth’s former enemy has its challenges, but it also possesses opportunities to live free of fear, something Iris hasn’t had in a long time. Love is an added surprise when Haven’s governor Dramok Ospar and his clanmates Nobek Jol and Imdiko Rivek enter the young widow and child’s lives.
Trouble is brewing on Haven Colony, however. Insurgent Earthers want to free themselves of Kalquor’s influence, and Kalquor itself is on the brink of a revolt, led by the shadowy figure known only as the Basma. Then a violent ghost from Iris’ past reappears and threatens to snatch Thomas from those who love him. Ospar’s clan races against time to save Haven from a bloody rebellion and an innocent child from the grasp of a monster.

Title: Alien Refuge
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 #7
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Alien Conquest, Alien Salvation, Alien Redemption
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: August 22nd 2017
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 259 pages
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-flames
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Iris Jensen and her autistic son, Thomas, are living on Haven-the Kalquorian’s colony set up for Earthers after the war.  When the Kalquorian Clan of Ospar, Jol, and Rivek, help Iris in different ways, she draws some unwanted attention from rebellious Earthers.  After a couple of threats to their safety, the clan moves Iris and Thomas to stay with them.  All three men are taken with Iris, and decide they would like her to be their Matara, if she would consider it. They do everything in their power to convince Iris, she should clan with them.

Things are going along well until an appearance of someone from Iris’ past shows up. Gauntlets are thrown and the progress of integrating Earth and Kalquor come to a screeching halt.

I really have enjoyed this whole Kalquor series! Each book seems to more ingrained and more in depth with stories and feelings invoked. Earth was not a very nice nation as a whole to women. A religious cult and a nation of cowering, resigned women. They were blamed for every infraction and paid for it with their very lives. Who in their right mind would choose to stay in that type of situation if you can have something different? Stay and be victims, or leave and be revered?? I know I would be hard-pressed to say no to three hunky aliens who want to worship me mind, body, and soul!

I highly recommend the entire World of Kalquor series! It gives you strong men, strong women, alien ménage sexy scenes mixed in with a little BDSM to boot! I love how the series is evolving and each book’s story is stronger and stronger! Each one can be read as a stand alone as Tracy gives you a lengthy prologue to get you up to speed. So if you start here, you will not be lost! I am certain you will want to go to the beginning and read each book in the series!! It’s THAT good!


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