• Title: Icarus Unbound
  • Author: Bernadette Gardner
  • ISBN: 9781595787958
  • Page: 261
  • Format: ebook
  • Icarus Unbound The only full blooded human member of the winged population on Icarus Laramee Faulkner has longed to be accepted as one of the tribe Since childhood Jaran the adopted son of the Icarian leaders ha
    The only full blooded human member of the winged population on Icarus, Laramee Faulkner has longed to be accepted as one of the tribe Since childhood, Jaran, the adopted son of the Icarian leaders, has never let Lara forget that she s different As a boy, he teased and taunted her As a man, he has the power to give her everything she s always desired, or tear her away frThe only full blooded human member of the winged population on Icarus, Laramee Faulkner has longed to be accepted as one of the tribe Since childhood, Jaran, the adopted son of the Icarian leaders, has never let Lara forget that she s different As a boy, he teased and taunted her As a man, he has the power to give her everything she s always desired, or tear her away from the world she loves.When Jaran chooses Lara as his mate, she s certain his plan is only to humiliate her, but his passionate kisses and sensual commands ignite her long suppressed desires Will she be able to resist the erotic temptation and make him pay for all the years he tormented her, or will she give in and claim her birthright as a member of the Icarian race even if it means giving herself to the man who made her feel like an outcast

    One Reply to “Icarus Unbound”

    1. For me, the draw of this book is the gorgeous imagery and beauty of a world and culture very different from our own. I sympathized with the winged Icarians and their valiant efforts to preserve and strengthen their bloodlines. The way in which they and their symbions bond for mutual benefit is intriguing and original. I also like that, in this writer’s imagination, a rather mean-spirited boy, with a tendency to be a bully, is nurtured by a loving family in a way that enables him to grow up to [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book. I'm not normally one for futuristic type stories but after reading the excerpt on Liquid Silver Books, I decided to give it a try.The world building was done very well. The conflict between the characters was believable. The resolution between the characters was good but I would have liked to have seen how everything worked out (sorry, trying not to give spoilers). Although, I suppose that the ending opened it up for another in the series.All in all, a good read and I [...]

    3. This is an enjoyable short read that allowed me to escape into a fantastic world of azure skies and high, craggy peaks rising far above pristine, clean waters; a beckoning Eden of small islands and isolated aeries. Jaren’s and Lara’s struggle to find a balance and harmony in their personal relationship seems to me to mirror the desires of all Icarians. I, for one, hope the race prospers, and I truly hope to read more adventures set in this breathtaking world. more

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