Alena Petrova Dubov, the Imperial
Princess of the Rodin, never expected to become the queen of
her people. Her people’s enemies, the Talar, murdered her
mother and sisters, thus ensuring the way for Alena to
become the next queen. To claim her crown, Alena is to be
united to and intimate with two men, her childhood friend
Sacha and Vadim, a man picked by her generals. Without them
her city will never gain back the energy it lost with the
death of her mother. Scared of failure but having no
choice, Alena and her men begin the ritual needed to join
Alena once more with her city and give it the energy that
flows through her. They must work together to fight the
sadistic race threatening their existence and in doing so,
they just might find the love that each craves.
Unity was unlike any novel I have ever read.
It wasn’t the ménage that stands out but the ritualistic
ceremony needed for Alena to claim her throne and save her
city. I found Sacha and Vadim loyal and loving and exactly
what Alena needed. Each man, in his own way, loved her and
that love was evident in the ceremony they participated in
and the love they all shared. I couldn’t get enough of
Unity and have since read it again!