Star Brides: The Meat Market

Pia Manning
Star Brides: The Meat Market
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Siren Bookstrand
Release Date
July 2018
Book 2 of Star Brides
Action/Adventure Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

[Menage Amour: Futuristic Menage a Trois Science Fiction Romance, M/F/M, HEA]

Welcome to the ‘meat market.' It's the bridal fair from hell. Officially known as the Outer World Citizens' Spousal Bazaar and Expo, it's the place where a woman can leave her past behind and start a new life-with a new mate of course.

Tamsyn Laehn is desperate. She's stuck in a lousy job and miserable life. When Tamsyn accompanies her best friend to the meat market, she falls into a bridal booth manned by brothers Boarf and Brunz, two Neanderthal type warriors from the planet Zuntx

Tamsyn has no choice but to leave with the men. Upon arriving on Zuntx they learn that the military has been disbanded. Homeless and decommissioned, the men agree to become colonists on the planet Drabik.

When the homesteading pioneers land on Drabik, they struggle to adapt to the harsh conditions they encounter on the inhospitable planet. The men's traditional Zuntx views of women provide an extra test for all three as they learn to trust and love each other.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Jul 24, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
85 people found the following review helpful
THE MEAT MARKET is the second book in the Star Brides series, but can be read as a standalone. It is actually a bit of a misnomer. I thought we would start off by 'seeing' the Meat Market, but no. Instead, we dive right into the story and only learn about the market through Tasmyn's remembrances.

Basically, she went there with a friend, got tangled up with a creature, and ended up being 'married' to two men, brothers. She goes back to their planet, to find out everything has changed, and they are shipped off to a different planet. There they have to learn how to live and work together, as well as deal with dangers on the way.

This is an easy to read book, with no great depth to it, or twists and turns. However, what is here is excellently written, and provides enough story for a nice, lighthearted, read. The characters all work together and help to round each other out. The scenery is easy to see, and the pacing is smooth. There were no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow.

A great read, perfect for what I wanted, and thoroughly enjoyable. Definitely recommended by me.
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