LOVERS UNDER THE BLUE MOON by Scarlet Hyacinth
Lovers Under the Blue Moon by Scarlet Hyacinth
Kaldor Saga, Book 6
Reviewed by Lisa
The war between Xeetha and Alaria is over and both countries are left in chaos. For Xeetha and its people they must still contend with the threats of mercenary Xeethans who reside in their mountain region. As King Seyran and King Consort Lyan begin to rebuild and return order they are forced to also deal with Lyan’s unexpected and dangerous pregnancy. At this point Lyan is long past the age for a healthy Xeethan pregnancy. For Alaria’s sake the populace will need to accept that their new king, Kalin is mated to Xeethan prince Cade and they will also soon learn that their male ruler is pregnant. A normal concept for Xeetha – unheard of in Alaria.
Not only are both countries in turmoil, the princes and their mates are encountering unforeseen problems as they attempt to help re-establish order and fulfill their duties. There are factions in each nation threatening to destroy every effort at restoration. And an unexplained increase in magic within three of the princes is a puzzling concern for all. Hidden enemies and unknown fire magic may tear Xeetha and Alaria apart or become a pivotal rallying cry for salvation.
Lovers Under the Blue Moon neatly picks up where the last exciting book left off and continues the turbulent, tense saga of the people of Kaldor. For each Prince and his mate there are trials to test them and foes to vanquish. Through it all however is the love each couple clearly feels for each other and their family. The Kaldor Saga must be read in order to have any chance at keeping up with the large cast. In this book the plotline is packed with subplots galore so that each couple is heard from which comes close to bloating. Each story is engaging, yet there’s almost too many to keep track of this time. Lots of hot, horny sex, loads of genuine love, and tales of hardship and affection fill the pages of Lovers Under the Blue Moon. Packed or not, bring on the next book please because these characters are riveting.