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Veiled Vixen (Harem Station #6) by K.C. Cross (J.A. Huss)

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3.5 Stars

*** Veiled Vixen is book six in the Harem Station series and should be read according to order. This review may contain spoilers if you are not yet caught up in the series. ***

After his most recent battle, Valor was cryogenically frozen for his own health and safety… yet when he wakes up, he is in the hands of his enemy… and back on Harem Station. But a lot has changed since he left, Harem is in an all out war… and things are about to go from bad to much, much worse…

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Veiled Vixen continues the complex storyline into the intricate world of the Harem Station Akeelians and their newfound Cygnian Princesses. Valor and Veila hate each other, and with a suffering mating bond doing nothing to bring them together, this unlikely duo are over before they even began… or will the warring world around them change everything…

Veila is the princess that everyone loves to hate. She has done terrible things, and has terrorized just about everyone. But is this evil silver princess… redeemable? Valor doesn’t trust anything that Veila tells him, but when he becomes witness to a different side of this evil princess, he might just start to understand her reasons for all of the utterly unforgivable things she has done…

Whew, this book took everything we have experienced with the boys of Harem Station and flipped it on it’s head. I was completely hooked on what all is happening in the war and the build up of the messy and complicated next chapter for all of the characters we have been ultimately rooting for in this series.

This story itself felt like a bridge between the rest of the series and the final book, so although there was quite a bit of action, the relationship between Valor and Veila is not quite the focus I wish it would have been. There were some small hints of a connection, and a little bit of an attraction, but for the most part they just exhibited a mutual understanding and had a small beginning to somewhat of a friendship. I would definitely say this book was not a romance like the rest of the series has been.

I have great excitement for the conclusion of this series, there are a whole lot of unanswered questions and with the gigantic mess on Harem Station getting worse by the day, I need some answers, SOON!

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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