Title: FEALTY (To Be Sinclair, #3)
Author: Eva Caye
Published Date: December 8th 2012
Genre: Science Fiction
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
As the Heir Second of a multi-planetary empire, raised with proper Imperial paranoia, unable to trust anyone outside of his family, Prince Phillip Sinclair has no one he can truly call a friend, much less a lady to trust with his love. A medical emergency finds him meeting Alex Guinard, a no-nonsense, intellectually astute and emotionally troubled medic with many of the same problems and interests, including the love of a good fight and a pure dedication to the Service.
Phillip and Alex become responsible for creating a sociological phenomenon that inspires the Royalty of the Sinclair Demesnes to hone their defensive skills and unite in a society of Fight Brothers. Although Alex is Low Royal, as he becomes more involved in the Imperial Family through his friendship with Phillip and romance with Sophia, he starts a game which results in Phillip finding the lady of his dreams. Talk about the best friend a man could have, by God! Even the Fight Brothers get in on the action!
The return of Crown Prince Zhaiden from his diplomatic tour heralds an era of conflict that leads to his divorce. Beyond grateful for Phillip’s support, Zhaiden immerses himself in the Fight Club, for he had few opportunities for training, and none for associating with men of rank, for two years. Their honor weaves bonds of loyalty and trust as they support each other through romances, deaths, assassination attempts, and political minefields to represent a new society that takes the galaxy by storm.
This futuristic romance is the third book of the seven-part To Be Sinclair series. The saga continues with FEALTY and its companion volume ROYALTY, which detail the romances and political struggles of the Prince Second and Crown Prince 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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