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Nix never put his name in the marriage lottery for a reason. He doesn’t need a woman.
There aren’t that many to go around anyway, not after a genetically engineered virus wiped out 90 percent of the female population.
He has his job as the head of the Security Squadron and it’s all he needs. He looks out for the township. He protects the few women who are left.
But when his name is called to be one of the five husbands to the woman rescued from the badlands, he doesn’t speak up to correct the error.
Because Audrey’s like no one he’s ever met before. Feisty. That’s the word for her.
She might be just the woman to handle a rough, brutal man like him.
Sharing her with four other men is a small price to pay.
In fact, the closer they all grow, the more Nix realizes he might finally have again what he lost so long ago - a real family.
But when Audrey’s life is endangered, will Nix be able to save the woman he’s just learned how to love?
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By bookbruin on 06-03-18
Sexy and Entertaining!
Overall 3.5 stars
Performance 4.5 stars
Story 3 stars
This book was a lot of firsts for me. My first reverse harem romance. My first book by Stasia Black. My first audio narrated by Smokey St. Clair. Honestly, I was very pleasantly surprised. The book was a sexy, entertaining, and easy read/listen that kept me wanting more.
The book takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where there is only 1 woman for every 12 men. The story revolves around Audrey and her 5 husbands. Yes, there's some Stockholm syndrome and the story was fairly predictable, but I still found it enjoyable. It was crazy hot and has definitely made me want to read more reverse harem books, but I will admit that there's some logistical parts with 1 woman having sex with 5 men that had me cringing a bit. I actually liked all of Audrey's husbands, but Matteo's story is the one that stuck with me the most. There were definitely some heartbreaking moments in this book. The pacing of the story was good, though some aspects of the story moved/resolved quickly, especially the ending. Overall, I enjoyed this one and the epilogue (from a surprise point of view!) set up the next book perfectly.
I thought the narrator did a great job giving each character a distinct voice and I didn't have a hard time figuring out who was speaking. I think the only odd thing about the narration was his pronunciation of the word "bravado". Overall though, I thought Smokey St. Clair did an amazing job and look forward to listening to more of his titles.
*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.*
11 of 12 people found this review helpful
By Annette Schwartz on 05-29-18
Wow what smoking Hot book!
Wonderful start to a new series! I can’t wait to listen to more in this series.
This author has a wonderful imagination.
I got totally sucked into this book right from the very beginning. An the narrator did an awesome job.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful