Saturday, March 10, 2012

Kiera's Moon by Lizzy Ford

Kiera's MoonKiera's Moon by Lizzy Ford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kiera's Moon by Lizzy Ford

Kiera's Moon is about a starving artist who's best friend Evelyn kidnaps her and takes her across the universe to find her a man and a life. Kiera finds out herself on a planet were she is the smallest person there, art is considered too lowly a thing for women, and the women are subservient to men.
Kiera is determined to find her way back to earth, to her life of video games and art. After all just got her first commissioned piece and a promise for more. In her hunt for her freedom, she makes a pack with a prisoner to get her to a spaceship.
A'Ran is the ruler of Anshan. His planet has been taken over by another race, his mother and father killed and he and sisters are living as refugees on an unknown moon. His planet and people are dieing, he needs to find his lifemate to help heal and reclaim his planet.
When Kiera and A'Ran meet he recognizes the signs of his lifemate and doesn't hesitate to use her nativity of their ways to make her his. But can he convince the headstrong Kiera to stay, to do that he will need to become much more than a warrior.

Lizzy Ford has a winner with this book. Her character's are well developed and believable. They draw you into their world and take you along for a wild ride. I like the fact that Kiera is a strong character and not a push over, and A'Ran's bewilderment at how to handle a woman like her is very believable. Once I started the book I could not stop thinking about it. I couldn't wait to find out what happens next. Lizzy mixes romance and action well, and the pace of the book keeps guessing and you reading.

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I received this book as a prize in a blog contest by the author. That in no way influenced my review. My option of the book is mine and mine alone.