Slave - Cheryl Brooks This book was okay. I liked the futuristic setting and both the H/h, but the writing style was odd. It was written as though you were sitting with the narrator, the heroine Jacinth, as she told you the story of her life -- how she met and fell in love with her mate, Cat while she searched the galaxy for her missing sister. It had a sort of stream of consciousness style to it and many tangent were wandered down, which makes sense when someone is telling you a story because they don't have an editor telling them the bits to keep and those to discard, but as a book it didn't work for me because I kept thinking "this book really needed more editing." It wasn't bad, but I did do a lot of skimming towards the end and got frustrated when, yet again, she was blathering on about something that had nothing to do with the main plot.

I'm hoping the style choice had to do with this particular narrator and the other books are written differently. Otherwise, I don't think I'll be reading much more of this series.