UnBonded Details

For years, Kranu has only wanted one thing: to belong to a Queen. To be wanted, valued. Not to be passed over in the prime of his life.

Now it seems he’s found his chance. Only problem is, the Queen in question is one of the strange ones that Bonded his brother, Gron. She feels miniscule next to him. They can’t understand a word the other says. She quakes in fear if he so much as looks at her.

For years, Troii was perfectly content serving his Queen as an unBonded male. He played his role perfectly and felt no dissatisfaction, no ambition for more. That is, until his best friend Gron offered him his Queen to Bond to. It was enough to get him exiled, sent to wander the borderlands with Kranu, the surliest, most aggressive male in the tribe. All Troii wants is to get his old peaceful life back.

Now Kranu’s found a Queen, a tiny thing that’s terrified of him. Kranu is determined to be chosen. It’s Troii’s only chance to have a tribe again, though he’ll only admit to himself that he dares to want more than the life of an unBonded.

There’s one thing to do if they’re to have a chance of getting what they want. They have to take this new Queen to Gron's Queen, Ruth. Then maybe she will stop being afraid, and start to see them as something more than strangers.

This full-length novel of +/- 90,000 words features an M/F/M menage romance between one human woman, and two sexy alien males. It is best enjoyed when read in order with Book 1: Ruth's Bonded, and Book 2: Gron's Fated.

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    UnBonded Reviews

  • Celestine

    This primitive love story continues with the sci-fi theme, but includes a new heroine. The book takes up shortly after Gron's Fated ends. In this continuation of the series, Ruth and Gron are backgrou...

  • Jacqueline J

    Liked this one. These books are very different than most captured by aliens offerings. The Earth heroines and the alien men cannot communicate and so are almost completely in the dark dealing with eac...

  • CeCe

    It was my mistake. I thought that since it said "Ruth and Gron #3", it was going be a continuation of Groth and Ruth's story. However, was about Troii, Kranu, and Moira. I did not really care for Moir...

  • Wendy

    A little disappointed. Loved 1 and 2, but this heroine took too long to get past her hangups. And they got together with like 2% of the book remaining. Just wish there had been more at the end. ...

  • Kristiej

    And as soon as I finished Bron’s Fated, I went straight to the next book Unbonded and hit a wall. I suppose as the song says two out of three ain’t bad.We have a different heroine in this book. Mo...

  • Rose Ann

    I absolutely enjoyed this one. Truthfully, while Kranu is a dick he was seriously misunderstood. Yes, he's an arrogant ass and loves being in control (as much as he can anyway) but he owns up to his a...

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  • Bookish

    I liked this series. This is a little different from the typical alien offerings out there. This series offers a continued language barrier (Shay Savage) as well as smutty action (Ruby Dixon). This bo...

  • Birgit

    The first two books were enough for me and I enjoyed them. This one was repetitive and it dragged. In my opinion with their advanced language skills they would have advanced more in building maybe tre...

  • Elisabeth Lane

    Eh. This one was kinda old school. And not in the good way. In the hero kinda tries to rape the heroine and never apologizes for it way. Lacked the magic of the first two. Sad face....