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He wasn't in search of a mate, a woman of his own, but he can't resist the urge to lay claim to her even at the expense of his brother's future.
Reya had it all. The promise of love, of a future, of happiness. It was all based on lies. Lies that left her in the hands of slave traders. When she finds herself on a strange planet with powerful men who can shift into beasts and who are in the market for strong stock to serve their every sexual whim, she knows she'll be given back to the traders to face certain death. So she makes a run for it - straight into the arms of two brothers.
One who owns a brothel and the other who fights his inner beast with all he has. The three of them must find a way to come together if they're to make it work. Unfortunately, not everyone has their best interests at heart.
Warning: Novella contains graphic language, M/F and M/F/M interactions, light BDSM play/themes, an alpha male shifter who wants to collar his woman, brand her as his for the rest of their lives, a woman willing to submit, and scorching-hot sex scenes.
If you don't like strong men who take control in the bedroom and sometimes out, or if you're in the market for long, drawn-out plots, this isn't the series for you. This novella is hot and dirty and won't apologize for that fact.
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By Porchia on 05-02-18
I enjoyed this book, it is a stand alone book with a wonderful HEA. It is part of the Beast Master series. You will enjoy Rey’s story. The narrator does a great job of bringing you into her story. Looking forward to the next book in the series. Happy listening.
By cheri on 05-02-18
The third offering of the Beast Masters collection 1, Rescuing Reya, is a winner. She was such a dichotomy, appearing so fragile and tiny, yet her wants and stamina challenged the strongest of them.
Weak and ill, when the ship landed she feared she would be rejected by these beautiful but beastly men, as they'd been described, on this planet. Slave traders had no sympathy for any woman who couldn't bring a price. So she ran.
Altan wanted her--needed her but she mistook his feelings. Utan, his brother, promised to find and take care of her while Altan was away. Brothers should be trusted, but when a woman comes between them is there a way to make it work without breaking the family apart?
It was a bouncing ball of emotions with Reya and the brothers. Overcoming her illness was not the biggest danger she faced. Would this new danger cost her everything?
Even though this was a short story, the author made you feel what they felt and the frustration. There is steam, betrayal, danger and internal battles Don't miss this book or this series. Although the story stands alone, do yourself a favor and read them all.