Title: MAJESTY (To Be Sinclair, #2)
Author: Eva Caye
Published Date: October 14th 2012
Genre: Science Fiction
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
THE GREATEST SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY LEADS TO THE MOST DEVASTATING WEAPON OF ALL TIME!
What if a person developed a science absolutely fundamental to galactic expansion, yet so dangerous she could not possibly release it to the public? Struggling between her Imperial duties and her laboratory research, Empress Felice Sinclair must now prepare to face down public opinion and deal with devious, manipulative dukes and their duchesses. But the trials of holding Imperial authority have just begun, as treasons rock the Empire and her husband Emperor Victor Sinclair needs Felice to oversee investigations in her role as Empress!
When will she be able to pursue her true goal, her phenomenal scientific discovery that could lead to redesigning the substrate of human colonization efforts galaxy-wide? She must do so in complete secrecy, for such a power has its darker side, too. Facing an imminent invasion, Felice has to think fast: how can she covertly deploy the deadliest weapon ever devised? And how does she deal with the emotional reactions and political realities now confronting her due to her stunning new technology? Only Victor can help her now!
This science fiction novel is the second of the seven-part To Be Sinclair series. The saga begins with DIGNITY and its companion volume MAJESTY, which describe the romance and first years of marriage of the Emperor and Empress of the Sinclair Demesnes. A few scenes describe sexually explicit behavior.
I am really not sure how I feel about this series. It really is not like anything else out there and I am still intrigued as to where the story is going 2 books in so that has to be a good thing.
This second installment definitely had more of the “sci fi” feel to it than the first one with a lot more scientific based things going on but there was still the unusual “Court” mentality and protocols that kept it in that unknown territory for me.
I think the author has definitely come up with a unique concept and some of her ideas are quite spectacular … I am just not sure who I would recommend this series too.
I will add that I really don’t think that the covers do these books any justice at all which is a shame because I think it is the kind of series that needs to be read and the word spread about it before these crossover type genres can get momentum. As for me … I am on to book 3 …..
A solid 3 1/2 stars rounded up to 4.
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