As captain and leader of the
Inquisitor, Jerineau Arden is solely responsible for the
survival of her people. Many sacrifices have been made,
leaving Jerineau with a deep sense of responsibility and
grief at the loss of Amazonian lives. For the Amazonians,
young unmated males are practically nonexistent. When the
Inquisitor malfunctions and crash lands on an
uncharted planet, Jerineau goes from having no prospects to
nearly being overwhelmed by three males all seeking to claim
her as their mate.
High Prince Michel Dare’s dual heritage
is Savari and Carrillian. This means he is more than
a match for Jerineau—and his future bond mates, the
Halfling Hienial twins, Roman and Royce. It is in the
alpha trio’s best interests to compromise and to work
together to bring the Amazonian leader closer to accepting
them as her mates. The Amazonians are practical in their
use for males as breeding stock, not as potential life-long
partners. Jerineau is in for life-altering change that will
leave her breathless and craving more.
Sex Me Replete is a continuation of the Triad
series, which means I would advise reading the series from
the beginning, starting with the first book, Sex Me Up.
The plot was solid and progressive. Ms. Xander and Ms.
Leigh burn up the pages of Sex Me Replete with
a ménage a quarto this time without missing a step.
Jerineau is dedicated to her mission and capable as a
warrior and leader. Michel Dare and the twins, Roman and
Royce, work as a strong, loving unit and treat Jerineau as
an equal while asserting dominance in the bedroom—in a good
way. Overall, this ongoing series will titillate Ms. Xander
and Ms. Leigh’s Triad series fans, while entertaining anyone
who wants to explore a work that is original and enjoyable.