ANNA AND THE THREE GENERALS by Suzanne Graham
Anna and the Three Generals by Suzanne Graham
Profortuna, Book 1
Sci-fi/Futuristic, Erotic, Multiple Partners
Reviewed by Jo
Anna might be one of the best bio-researchers on the planet of Profortuna but eventually even she must buckle down and accept her selected mates by the Council. Anna has escaped this mandatory practice due to her research on sustaining life on their planet, but tonight is the night she will meet the three men that have been picked out for her. She is expecting them all to be dull, even dweebish scientists as the Council normally tries to keep like backgrounds together.
Marco, Kojo and Vadim, all generals, gather to meet their intended mate and are very surprised to discover that they are all high ranking military men from different quadrants on the planet. It leaves to question on why the Council would pick all three of them for the same bio-researcher. It’s doesn’t take them long to figure out that they have been picked to guard Anna. But that doesn’t mean that any of them are not going to fulfill the mating ceremony with Anna as soon as possible.
Anna is stunned to see that her three men are huge and all military. This is definitely not normal in mating pairings. Just as the four are beginning their introductions, terrorists attack and these three generals know exactly what they need to do – protect their mate and keep her safe from the terrorists. The race is on now to get out of the capital, fulfill the mating ceremony and most importantly find a space where they can keep Anna safe and protected.
A deadly race to safety becomes an erotic journey when an attack interrupts the meeting of four mates. Anna and the Three Generals started off with several bangs and kept on delivering both the erotic encounters and deadly suspense as Anna, Marco, Kojo and Vadim’s story unfolded. I did feel for a bit for Anna who was so out of her element for a while and loved how all three of her men not only kept their heads during the danger, but also found the time to complete the mating ceremony so that Anna could never be taken away from them. It seemed for a while that the terrorists knew just where Anna would be taken and yet I think they ended up exactly where Anna needed to be. I also don’t imagine that any of her men will argue either since they moved mountains and the Council to keep her safe, happy and fulfilled her greatest wish. I can’t wait to see what happens next in the world of Profortuna because I was left with many questions. Anna and the Three Generals is an erotic and mad-capped roller coaster ride filled with passion and suspense until the very end.