Read For Women Only by Kayelle Allen Online

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Series: Antonello Brothers, a Tarthian Empire story; Previous Book: At the Mercy of Her Pleasure When Kin Ambassador Mehfawni Ruh visits the capitol planet of the Tarthian Empire, she meets the human Khyff Antonello, a master of pleasure who satisfies her every craving for illicit and taboo sex. She expected a fling, but found love. Upon discovering her own people devastatSeries: Antonello Brothers, a Tarthian Empire story; Previous Book: At the Mercy of Her Pleasure When Kin Ambassador Mehfawni Ruh visits the capitol planet of the Tarthian Empire, she meets the human Khyff Antonello, a master of pleasure who satisfies her every craving for illicit and taboo sex. She expected a fling, but found love. Upon discovering her own people devastated his family, she longs to restore all they destroyed, but some tragedies can never be reversed. Her family demands she cast out the human, for if she keeps Khyff, she must deny her heritage and abdicate her future as ruler of her world. Mehfawni searches for an alternative, and stumbles upon Khyff's darkest secret. Now, she must determine whether his fragile trust is the response of love and a healing heart or a ruse for revenge. Publisher's Note: This book is a substantially re-edited, revised version of story previously released by another publisher, and contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Violence....

Title : For Women Only
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ISBN : 9781607374350
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 239 Pages
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For Women Only Reviews

  • Merry
    2018-11-25 09:29

    *** A free copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***Note to readers: This edition is an revised and updated version of the original book, minus the erotica.For Women Only is the second book in the Antonello Brothers series and, this time, we hear Khyff Antonello's story...and, wow, what a life of tragedy, pain and humiliation it is. It was truly heartwrenching trying to come to terms with the many injustices that had befallen someone so young. Kayelle Allen's skillful exposition kept me invested in Khyff as a person and in his fate throughout the story.Enter Mehfawni (Fawni) Ruh, a young woman caught up in the politics of family and power. Little does she know that Khyff's misfortune was at the very hands of her own family. When Fawni learns of this, she is determined to make amends and put things right. Just as his brother Senth Antonello in Book 1 was forced into a disagreeable situation to save him, the tables have turned where it's now Khyff's turn to save Senth and his loved-one, NarrAy Jorlan. His meeting with Fawni is planned as a deception to aid the Conqueror, Empress Destoiya, in her efforts to maintain full power of the Tarthian Empire. Khyff becomes more and more uncomfortable with this as his relationship with Fawni unexpectedly blossoms.Despite vastly differing cultural backgrounds, Khyff and Fawni make a connection that ultimately serves to thwart attempts by their power-hungry, narrow-minded foe to separate them, but not without a sometimes crushing emotional journey of discovery for them both. I thoroughly enjoyed accompanying Khyff and Fawni on their fast-paced quest and was at once engrossed in and horrified by Khyff's painful path to emancipation. Secondary characters in this story are well fleshed-out and add excitement and complexity to the plot.Although those responsible are finally exposed and held to account, I'm really glad that the ending wasn't as it might have been, where two opposing cultures could become united and live in harmony. Big compromises were made and I really loved this outcome because it was a HEA for Khyff and Fawni in the name of justice over power.I loved this book and have no hesitation in recommending it as a captivating and engaging science fiction romance. I can't wait to read Book 3, Crystal Clear Truth.

  • Jessica Peveler
    2018-12-15 10:35

    Fascinating and rich universe. Allen creates many new aliens with interesting quirks. With the kin, she​ reverses and highlights sexism. Sci-fi romance, without all the sexual details.

  • Lisabet Sarai
    2018-12-16 14:13

    (Review coming soon...!)

  • Kayelle Allen
    2018-12-01 14:23