His to Command by Ashlynn Monroe

His to Command by Ashlynn Monroe
Commanded #1
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Historical, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (75 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

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Ka’Sen, Prince of Planets, Leader of the Union of Worlds, can have anything he wants, except magic. The sacred home world turned from technology during the great exodus and saved the dying planet by finding magic. Those on Rosrel protect the mystical forces from outsiders. Ka’Sen knows such power would quell his enemies and cement his father’s legacy. He must convince the Rosrel princess to become his wife and give him a child of magic.

Brisa never dreamed the princess would command her to wed on her behalf. When nothing, not even your face, belongs to you, how do you find the courage to say no?

The term ‘Whipping Boy’ is brought to life within the first few paragraphs of this Science Fiction Fantasy. Brisa is a Lady Maid, and a doppelganger for the princess. When the princess doesn’t do something she should, it is Brisa who pays the price.

This is a fast-paced short story that finishes on a cliffhanger, so be warned! There were no editing or grammatical errors, and I enjoyed the premise and layout of the story. Brisa is a strong and compassionate heroine, whilst Val’Trea has a darkness that you don’t know much about yet. She is spoilt and unkind, caring nothing for others – you might even say the exact opposite of Brisa.

Combining Fantasy, Science Fiction, Eroticism, and Religion might not be a combination for everyone, but I thoroughly enjoyed this, and can’t wait to read the second story in this series. Most definitely recommended by me.

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