A Mate for the Senator (Brion Brides Book 9) by Vi Voxley Review

A Mate for the Senator (Brion Brides Book 9)  by Vi Voxley 3 Stars!

Eleya has done more with her life than most Brions will. Not only a General, but a High Senator, she’s achieved everything but the love that every Brion seeks. When a twist of fate brings her face to face with her second mate, can she move on from the pain the first one caused, or is he just another challenge to be dealt with?

Xaven as a more than capable Brion Captain wants many things, but being a General is not one of them. However a mate that is one… well, a man can have no objections to that, now can he? Only when it becomes clear that their paths are too divergent to come together must the warrior reconsider his faith in fate. Perhaps some things are not meant to be.

Or maybe they need to be fought for harder than he ever expected?

 

Review

I was so happy to get a bool about a Brion heroine. The High Senator is an amazing woman.

I liked the book a great deal until it seemed a whole section was missing from it when the hero and heroine grew and changed…and healed. Instead of letting us see this character development and letting the reader enjoy the couple falling in love beyond the fated mate bond and becoming more of themselves, we get a cut to a major action.

Too bad. This one was emotionially compelling in exploring the hero and the heroine but it did not do the work to make it a really great book.

As an aside, I really hate it when a writer uses cum instead of come as the action. Cum as a noun doesn’t bother me as much (I am not a huge fan but it doesn’t knock me out the of the story) but cum as in Cum for me and so on makes the book feel more like erotica and less like a romance. I like erotica but this is a romance. Anyway… lol

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