Shards of the Mind

Shards of the Mind Review

Several months have passed since Thea was attacked, but the nightmares continue -- ones filled with blood, knives, and a fear that even the comforting weight of her husbands beside her cannot banish.
To distract herself on the voyage to Ta'e, Thea prepares a marriage veil for Sya'tia, and her husbands encourage her to offer it to the Warrior Chosen woman they have all come to care for. Will Sya'tia accept it and join her life to theirs?
But, when they arrive at Ta'e, Thea finds it is not the paradise she believed it would be. While the Ta'e'shians do not harbor the same hatred her attacker did, there is a subtle disdain in the air that disturbs her. And, occasionally not so subtle, she discovers, when she meets her new in-laws.
Meanwhile, Kyrin and Daeshen are making their own sexy plans to regain Thea's trust in them. They have no intention of letting her pull away from them, even if they have to tie her up to do it...
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Homoerotic sexual encounters, mnage, mild bondage, and spanking.

Title:Shards of the Mind
Edition Language:English

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    Shards of the Mind Reviews

  • Michele ~ la Smoocherina

    I loved the way the author built this world. Such a fun read, off the beaten path....

  • Karen

    So as desc. says several months have passed. Thea lost her baby due to the rapist/murder who tried to kill her but only killed her unborn baby instead quite enough damage.. the family unit has asked S...

  • Chappy

    This book felt really scattered to me. Still way too much gods/goddesses for my taste.One thing I did find interesting was when Thea asks Sya'Tia to marry her. This is the first F/F/M/M book I've ever...

  • Diane

    I liked this book, but not as much as the first of the series. There wasn't as much interaction between Thea and her 2 husbands and I discovered that sex between 2 women doesn't do much for me. I was ...

  • Melanie

    I wasn't expecting so much religion in these books, and usually when Faith comes into my reading, I lose interest. This however, kept me interested, it wasn't boring with an overuse of foreign words.T...

  • Shantia Shaver

    Still like it. People are so critical over this series. It is fantasy, not real. The books are well written and entertaining. I hope she continues the series soon....

  • Amyiw

    This is a continuation of "The Daughter's of Terra". The first book seemed much more coherent whereas this was disjointed, jumping from one thought to the next. The Gods and their animals were a chapt...

  • Julie

    Loved this second installment just as much as the first! It has a wonderful sense of fairness that is refreshing. The sexual and romantic relationships while unique compared to most human standards ha...

  • Tokies

    lots of interesting concepts in this book. i know that's weird for a smut but yeah.. lol it does. not one i would recommend to most tho but i would reread the series oddly enough /// even skip over th...

  • Brittany

    This book just did not flow as well as the first. This seemed very disjointed. However, I did still enjoy it. It was a quick read for me but enjoyable. Would have liked to learn more about how the fou...