Brigadier General Gage Ryker has
arrived at Clan Raven because all of the Governance’s
technology has not given them the answer to where a
kidnapped Major is being held. For many years Ravens were
used by the Governance to locate things and people. Gage
needs to obtain one of the younger Raven women to leave with
him and go flying – hopefully to discover where the missing
person is and how to reach him. Imagine Gage’s surprise to
discover there are almost no young, trained Ravens
available. In fact there is only one, and she is scheduled
to begin breeding and already being prepared.
Lady Reina has trained her entire life
to fly for the Governance – never to be asked. Now she has
reached an age when she must do her duty for her clan and
breed a new generation of Ravens. Reina is more than a
little out of it when she is interrupted by one of the
mothers and Gage, and told that finally the Governance has
asked for their help and she is the only one available.
Being excited about her new adventure, Reina eagerly seeks
answers to all her questions.
Gage and Reina’s first meeting is
unusual to say the least. Once they are back on his ship,
Gage discovers large sections on how Ravens work and what he
needs to do to help her was left out of his training.
Mistakes and misunderstandings abound as both Gage and Reina
learn about each other, some serious and some humorous.
All these adventures are leading to the complete claiming
that happens between them. When danger threatens the ship
and all of her new friends, Reina becomes an enraged Raven
and does what comes naturally. She is more concerned with
saving her shipmates than herself, however Gage has his own
thoughts on that, and after all, he is the Brigadier
A Governance officer and a lady Raven
should only come together while working, or should they?
Taming a Raven is the result when two people find
each other despite what the government wants. Reina had
accepted that she would never truly fly and needed to begin
breeding for her clan. Gage is a soldier through and
through until he came face to face with a certain sexy Raven
in need of a taming hand. The many questions and situations
Reina had, would normally have driven a man insane, but Gage
seemed to take them all in stride once he understood why. I
was not surprised that it was the sexual energy between them
that gave the ultimate connection between Gage and Reina
after the way they met. No, I won’t tell you how, but it
was very interesting and erotic. The love and their
individual acts of sacrifice made it clear this was no
ordinary love, and it absolutely wasn’t. Taming a
Raven revolves around duty, love, and danger with an
eroticism that weaves in and out.