4 fang review: Parallel Attraction by Deidre Knight
Posted by brriske
An unexpectedly sensual connection…
Finding a mate is the farthest thing from alien warrior Jared Bennett’s mind. After years of exile on Earth, the king is close to developing a weapon that will alter the fabric of time and hopefully bring peace to his own people. But a chance encounter with scientist Kelsey Wells ignites a scorching desire far more consuming than talks of rebellion.
To Kelsey, Jared’s heritage is exotic and alarming – nothing like the logical, scientific facts of her own world. But despite her fears, she can’t deny the heated response of her body every time the magnetic leader comes near.
A dangerous allure…
As the bond between them grows, Jared struggles with a shocking family secret that keeps him from claiming Kelsey as his own. And a visitor from the future escalates Jared’s battle for his people’s freedom to a fever pitch, forcing the lovers to face one inescapable fact: Time can save them, as much as it can destroy them.
*The Parallel Series was originally released as the Midnight Warriors series. Kindle editions now include updated scenes and bonus material!*
I received this book from Paranormal Romance & Authors that Rock in exchange for an honest review. This was a very convoluted tale of aliens, wars, time travel, and love.
There are a good many reasons I enjoyed this book. The first being the characters. They were beautifully written. My heart broke for some of them and soared for the others. The author did a gorgeous job of introducing and making me love not just the main characters but also the background characters. I want everyone to have their happily ever afters, which means I need to read the next books in this series immediately. The next aspect of this novel I loved were the sex scenes. They were so romantic and touching while still being super hot and steamy. Sigh. They were just so eloquently written. My only negative critique of this novel is sometimes I found it too wordy. With all the time traveling and skipping around and the wordiness (yeah I made that word up. 😉 )sometimes I felt lost. Other than that, a terrific read if you enjoy a little Romantic sci-fi with aliens and all.