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Braxx is a Beast Kindred with a painful past. A traumatic crash stole his brother and his bride from him and left half of his face horribly scarred. Desperate to avoid the pitying and disgusted looks he gets whenever he goes out, he takes a job as a scout, travelling across the universe to find new trade partners and power sources for the Kindred. He thinks he'll never lovBraxx is a Beast Kindred with a painful past. A traumatic crash stole his brother and his bride from him and left half of his face horribly scarred. Desperate to avoid the pitying and disgusted looks he gets whenever he goes out, he takes a job as a scout, travelling across the universe to find new trade partners and power sources for the Kindred. He thinks he'll never love again until he comes back to Earth and meets Molly.Dr. Molly Reynaud has a doctorate in Cultural Anthropology. She's also completely blind and has been since a car accident stole both her parents and her sight at the age of sixteen. Chosen to do a field study on the elusive Tal'ossi people from Tal'os Trenta, she doesn’t expect to have feelings for the Kindred warrior who is supposed to guard her there. But she can't seem to help the instant connection she feels to Braxx and she knows he feels the same for her.But he's scarred on the inside too and he tells himself such a perfect female isn't for him.Then the unthinkable happens--Molly is kidnapped by the Deep Dwellers of Tal'ossi and taken down to the subterranean depths as a bride for their leader. Braxx must go after her and suddenly the idea of claiming turns from a wish to a necessity.Can Braxx overcome his tragic past and save the woman he loves? And can Molly convince him they belong together? Both of them will have to practice Seeing with the Heart or they will be parted forever…...

Title : Seeing with the Heart
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Seeing with the Heart Reviews

  • Sophia Triad
    2019-02-08 06:27

    Main characters: Braxx & Dr. Molly ReynaudType of Kindred bonding: Beast KindredThe latest novels in the series are inspired by readers’ suggestions. So in the previous novel “Bonding with Beast”, the heroine was a single mother with a kid with special abilities. In this novel “Seeing with the Heart” the female lead is blind woman and I am sure that we all can understand that the title of the book contains spoilers and maybe an advice.In order to spice up things in the story, the Kindred warrior has ugly scars that distort his left side of his face. Braxx is really attracted to Molly and he is even glad that she cannot see his scars. His ex-girlfriend (his almost bonding mate actually) has left him because she could not stand the fact that he became ugly after a horrible accident his brother and him had. Little does he know that Molly does not care about his scars and that she really likes him as a person.Molly is blind since she was 16 and she had a horrible accident in which her parents also died. She managed to cope with the loss of her sight and her family and now she is a strong independent woman who managed to get a PhD and now for her research, she likes to explore other civilizations of the universe and learn their customs.Thus, Molly with Braxx as her advisor and companion ends up in primitive planet Tal’os Trenta where she may even get her eyesight again, but she also may lose her independence. A very heartwarming story, but I would like a slightly different ending. (view spoiler)[Why Molly was blind again in the end? Couldn’t Yipper do anything about it???(hide spoiler)]

  • Ivy Deluca
    2019-02-10 05:35

    I liked it, even if I felt the romance itself was a bit uneven. With, Molly, a blind heroine and Braxx, a scarred hero, I really think her character arc is stronger than this. He’s nice enough, but he doesn’t stand out from the sea of broody, damaged heroes I’ve read. Molly, on the other hand, is a good, empathetic heroine who I connected with. The way they separated and the pretty mild reunion could have been stronger. The trials on the other planet felt a bit weird and cringey, but overall I did like these two together even if there's nothing surprising or new in this tale. It’s part of the Kindred universe but it’s not necessary to read the earlier books to enjoy this one. Basically, if you’ve read Ms. Anderson before or have a soft spot for alien sci-fi romances, you may enjoy this.For more reviews, visit

  • Robin
    2019-01-22 03:31

    Evangeline Anderson - Seeing with the Heart : A Kindred Tales Novel: (Alien Warrior BBW Science Fiction Blind Heroine Romance)The Kindred Tales Novels are shorter books that exist in the Kindred world. As with all the wonderful Kindred books there are hot alpha warriors, excitement, danger, adventure, suspense, hot sex and a challenging road to climb for that rewarding HEA.The overall plot summary is in the author's blurb and is a great representation of the story. This particular book deals with a woman (professor of anthropology studying different cultures) who lost her eyesight as well as her parents in a car accident when she was 16. Molly has learned to adjust to her blindness and has organized her world quite efficiently. Resigned that romance is not in the cards for "the blind girl" Molly concentrates on her studies.She's excited about the Kindreds giving her the chance to study a new culture on a distant planet. Braxton is a Beast Kindred , it is nice to see another one of his kind as we haven't seen Beast Kindred since the first book. Braxx was also involved in a horrific accident which has left him scarred both on the inside and out. Half his gorgeous face has been distorted and scarred. Worse the guilt he carries with him keeps him isolated from many.There is an instant electricity between them when they touch. Molly can't seem to stop wanting to touch him. Braxx is not only drawn to her but is also relieved she can't see his physical scars. Braxx accompanies Molly on her expedition not only to assist but also protect. Although they acknowledge to each other their feelings for each other, there are misunderstandings (cultural differences can be tricky) . In addition, Braxx's struggles keep him sabotaging the relationship, he can't get off the merry go round of "Im not good enough for her ."Besides the awesome sci-fi sexy romantic adventure there is a lot of messages and lessons within the story. Love, acceptance, what is true beauty and how to heal from the inside out. I also had to applause Braxx's shock that earth girls with "disabilities" were not allowed to sign up for the Kindred lottery.Another amazing Kindred storyline with new planets and worlds to explore, awesome new characters . Besides a great story there are also some important messages and lessons about love and acceptance.

  • Þórey Jónsdóttir
    2019-02-21 03:33


  • Gizzie
    2019-01-24 10:48

    Again MS Anderson writes a book well worth reading. This was one of my favorites in the series.

  • Angie
    2019-02-14 02:52

    I forgot why I only read the first book of the Brides of the Kindred series. Every single thing is OTT cringe-worthy.

  • Shirley Vaillancourt
    2019-02-04 06:36

    2 viewsreview (edit) Comments (showing 1-1 of 1) post a comment » dateDown arrow newest »message 1: by Shirley - rated it 5 stars 26 minutes agoShirley Vaillancourt I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.I Very much enjoyed this book. I often wonder where Evangeline comes up with these ideas. She had to have studied how to think as a blind person. From the blurb, we know that Molly is a blind Anthropologist preparing for a mission to study the Tal'ossi. A race unknown to the earth and the Kindred. Her assistant cannot go with Molly at the last minute, so Braxx, a Beast Kindred who discovered This race goes with her to be her "eyes". We find that each has deep emotional pain. She has dealt with hers, but Braxx has buried his deep, and the story develops from there. They also have an instant attraction to each other.When they get to the planet things start to heat up. I don&[author: Evangeline Anderson. I do not want to tell you what happens because I learned the secrets of this book a step at a time, and I don't want to dilute the intensity for the reader. I can say if you have read any other of the Kindred books, you will not be disappointed. Don't pass up the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture as told by Ms.Anderson. If I could have given this 10 stars, it still would not be enough to express how deeply I felt the tone of this book. A disability does not define a person, nor does it diminish that person. Being mobility impaired myself, though not in the same way as Molly, I appreciated that the Author delved into the steps that one has to go to in order to live as normal a life as possible. The emotional baggage Braxx carries is enormous, and he will need to come to terms with it. Evangeline has stated that she sometimes gets ideas from her readers. I love that. I wish that she could find a Kindred for a woman with limited mobility. In closing, let me say that the only problem I found was that it ended too soon.

  • Fran
    2019-02-08 07:45

    I got an ARC through Booksprout and this is my honest and voluntary review. Commander Braxx carries a heavy burden of guilt over his perceived responsibility for the death of his brother Yarex and because of this guilt he believed he earned the consequences of being alone for the remainder of the days the Goddess would grant him. His guilt was so all consuming that he believed he deserved to be alone and the terrible scars on his face just cemented those feelings. Even his self-centered fiance Delanna had abandoned him when she saw the terrible scars. All this began to change when Commander Sylvan gave him the job of taking Dr. Molly Reynaud to the far flung planet of Tal'os Trenta. Molly was a cultural anthropologist being sent to Tal'os by the Kindred to study this little known civilization to find out if establishing trade with them would help the Kindred fight The Hive. Unlike Braxx Molly has accepted her limitations and gotten on with her life since losing her sight due to a car accident when she was 16; an accident that took both her parents and left her totally blind; that was twenty years ago. When these two first meet both (to themselves) catch a whiff of the other's scent; a sure sign of a possible joining. Braxx is such a stubborn man. To himself he thought "You're becoming besotted with this Earth female and you know she isn't for you". Braxx doesn't give Molly any credit at all. She is so well adjusted to her blindness that she was one of the "happiest, most positive people Braxx had ever met. Her lightheartedness drew his darkness to her like a moth to a flame. Ms. Anderson has done such a wonderful job describing Molly's blindness and how she meets the challenges of living without sight. Their eventual trek to and from Tal'os is full of adventure, challenges, and a somewhat meeting of minds, and miscommunication. With the help of the women of the Mothership the barriers Braxx as built in his mind are torn asunder. The book's title is very appropo. Each was able to fill the emptiness in each of their own hearts.

  • Racy
    2019-02-09 05:42

    What an amazing story. This is probably one that I find a little more dear to my heart. This was about two souls that were trying to find their way. Molly was one that had excepted who she was but I have to say I feel like she felt love was not for her. For who wanted a blind person, well at least in my eyes that is what Molly thought. Braxx well he was damaged in more ways then one and the pain he carried will just break you heart. I just loved Molly. She was this sexy curvy woman. She had so many challenges in life. She was blind. I loved that we got to see some of the struggles that blind people goes through. I personally know due to having a blind friend and find myself asking her questions all the time. So many times we take things for granted and I think this book shows the little thing in life that can be a struggle for some and be taken for great by others. Braxx is a beast Kindred. Hello, how sexy is that. Braxx was so perfect for her. Braxx knew what it was like to fell unworthy of love. Braxx also knew what it was like to have felt loss. Molly had lost her parents and her sight at the same time. Braxx had lost his brother and gained physical and emotional scares. The goddess has plans for these two and at times you might be worried if things will work out. I love that these two are automatically attracted to each other. Braxx will do what every he needs to do to protect her. That is one thing I love about the Kindred is that they are protect of their females even before they realize that female belongs to them. This was a great story and glad I got a chance to read the book.

  • Jill
    2019-02-17 06:45

    I love Molly and Braxx!!! Molly is a blind anthropologist and she has the opportunity to go study a society of people that Braxx discovered. However, before she leaves her assistant gets some bad news and can't go on the trip. Molly can't go without her because she acts as her "eyes." Braxx is already taken with Molly so he offers to escort her and stay with her during her 3 month study.During this time, Molly and Braxx have to follow the people's expected customs and in doing so they become very close. Also, there is another male that wants to claim Molly for her own. In addition to that drama, Braxx is trying to make sure Molly doesn't find out about the horrible scars that cover one half of his face. He thinks that since she is blind she won't be able to see the scars and judge him based on that. He has a difficult past that he can't get over.He needs Molly to help him overcome his fears and his past.Molly is used to traveling to other places and learning about other cultures so she takes everything in stride and tries her hardest not to offend anyone by not following customs. I loved the chemistry between her and Braxx and I loved her no nonsense, straight to the point attitude. Molly is the most generous and loving person and she proves that many times. I cried at one point toward the end, but it was a happy cry. This is just such a great book. Plus, we get to see some of our favorite characters from previous books in a brief cameo appearance. Voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book

  • Dawn Yacovetta
    2019-02-02 03:31

    This might be one of my favorites of the series. Molly is a blind anthropologist, looking forward to studying the people of Tal'os Trenta. When her assistant, who happens to be her "eyes" for the study, ends up at the hospital with her fiance who was in a car accident, Molly has to go to the planet accompanied by a Beast Kindred, Braxx, who not only has scars on the outside but deeper scars on the inside too. They find an instant attraction to each other that each of them works to fight, but once they hit the planet surface, everything changes. And Seeing with the Heart takes on a whole new meaning.I love the author's take on the anthropologist's disability. The female protagonist is strong and determined. She doesn't allow others to run over her, and she's outspoken. It is a respectful perspective while staying true to what the attraction of meeting the Kindred's one true mate involves. Braxx is also wounded in a way that not only makes him feel the effects of the accident he was in on a daily basis, but he has a sense of overwhelming guilt over it. This is a steamy, sometimes heartbreaking story that brings all of the feels. It was exactly what I expected and then some. I'm looking forward to what the author comes up with next.

  • Mitch
    2019-01-24 08:33

    I'll admit I was skeptical before starting this book, since for me Novellas tend to feel too short to really get much content, at least in my experience. So glad I was proven wrong. Kindred novels are fairly long (which is awesome) and as a result the novellas, even being only half the length, are still quite enjoyable and filled with good content. Kindred Tales Novellas are brilliant for a read for any Kindred fan, giving something short to tide us over till the next novel comes out.Back to the book at hand.The story focuses on facially disfigured beast kindred Braxx being paired up with the Blind human Molly. To cut the story short, they meet when he picks her up to escort her to another planet where she's conducting an anthropological study of the local culture, get to know each other along the way, and quickly getting together in the end due to adversarial circumstances. Essentially the book summary explains everything plot wise, and there's no real surprise in anything that happens.Worth a read for any kindred fan. Reading order wise, you could start this whenever you like as it doesn't really impact the overall plot, just mentions some extra security precautions being taken whilst travelling due to the Hive (the enemies introduced in book 19).

  • Cherie
    2019-02-03 06:41

    How many authors can say they have successfully written and published over 20 books, let alone 20 in one season? The amazing Evangeline Anderson can, and not for one book has the enthusiasm in the story dulled or became less than it should be.Seeing with the heart is a Kindred Tales novel, or for the 20th book in the Brides of the Kindred series. We have two amazing main characters in this instalment with updates from the amazing couples and their children on board of the mothership. Our story starts with beautiful doctor Molly Reynaud who studies Cultural Anthropology. She has been blind since a crash took her sight at age 16, but she has never let that get in her way for what she wanted to do with life. Braxx is a Beast Kindred who has painful memories that he endures every day of his life. When Molly is to be guided by Braxx to Tal’os Trenta the story heats up. Initially, Molly was supposed to spend 3 months on this planet with her best friend, but an accident means that she can no longer go and Braxx steps in.I loved the action, real emotions and life like scenarios that happen in this story. It was also a very cute story with no major “bad guys” playing main roles. If you haven’t read this book yet, I suggest you grab it today as you will not be disappointed.

  • Karen Voitik
    2019-02-20 08:30

    >Book review – Seeing with the Heart –>I am an independent reviewer. This book is a Kindred tale and ends in an HEA. Molly is a blind scientist chosen to go to a distant planet to study its cultures and people. Braxx is a disfigured Kindred warrior. He was injured in a crash that took his brother’s life. Ever since the crash, Braxx chooses jobs that are solitary, not wanting to see the pity on anyone’s face sue to his scars. Braxx accepts the job to accompany Molly to the planet because she is blind and accepts him without seeing his outer shell.>The descriptions of these different planets and aliens are what really makes the Kindred books stand out. The people Molly is going to study are unique and very sexual, as is also a mainstay of any Kindred story. Braxx has opposing feelings when Molly is gifted with sight for a while. The descriptions of how Molly deals with everyday life lightless seems very realistic.>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this story 5 stars. The romance overcomes obstacles both on the planet and inside Braxx. Molly’s love for others and Braxx really shines through.

  • Shelly Celli
    2019-02-01 09:29

    Another great addition to the Kindred Brides series. Evangeline has a way of catching your attention and keeping you enthralled with the story. Each book in the series is different and this is no different. With each of these characters having their own physical issues, they're more realistic in some ways. This is definitely another that I'll be recommending to my friends and family. I'm voluntarily reviewing an advanced reader copy of this book. Braxx having the scars on his face, and his heart, makes him someone you want to wrap up in your arms and hold him, but he's definitely made just for Molly. Although she's blind, she's so in tune with everything and having lost her sight in her teen years, she's able to visualize what's being described to her better than someone who's never seen colors, shapes, or sizes. Molly has fallen for Braxx, but when things get to close for Him, he runs without any type of explanation. Where usually I'd want to smack him up side the head, this time I can kind of understand his reasoning. Molly is a determined soul though and they finally get their HEA.

  • Kerliza Foon
    2019-01-23 10:50

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.I am usually a big fan of Evangeline Anderson's books however, this one fell short for me. I loved the concept of looking at things differently. A blind protagonist and a scarred Kindred. There's a whole lot that could have been done with this. The problem I had with this book was that it was too fast paced. Sure I like easy reads just like the next person but the timeline usually flows better. Even though in the story toward the end it gives a timeframe of how long it took all the events to unfold, reading it i could not tell. It still felt like the same day. I wanted more interaction with how the characters opinions of each other developed. Saying things like how quickly you were attracted and then you're in love annoys me. I believe in love at first sight; I just don't believe in people recognizing it right away at least in stories. It takes away from the romance at all and their character growth stays stagnant. If you like the kindred series, I suggest reading this book as a light erotic novel.

  • Anika
    2019-01-30 10:40

    I was really looking forward to reading a story that had a heroine with a disability. I was looking forward to seeing how she navigated this amazing world that the author had created. Unfortunately we got a little of that then the (view spoiler)[ miraculous cure, so she could see again - something that all blind people want apparently - then at the end of the book she gave up her blindness so her friend's boyfriend would live. Mary Sue where art thou?(hide spoiler)]Even before we got to the point, there was so much going on that just seemed unbelievable, and it didn't get any better. Not to mention the author was somewhat repitive which I found annoying, I would have expected the editor to catch that kind of thing. Another thing that bugged me was the fact the heroine was blind and the hero was scarred, and had major issues about it, so was happy the heroine couldn't see him. Ultimately I was bored, not interested in the characters and not able to escape into the story. I'm clearly not the target market for this book.

  • Samm Lynn
    2019-02-09 03:50

    All of Evangeline Anderson's Kindred stories are on my must read list. We finally get another Beast Kindred in this tale.The absolute best part of this story is Braxx's shock at Molly's exemption for the draft - it shows just how perfect the Kindred are when it comes to their brides. With so many Kindred hoping to call a Bride, the fact that the Earth has not allowed females with a handicap to register is a fascinating thread that I hope the author will follow up on.This is a Beauty and the Beast story and both Braxx and Molly are great. Braxx is so damaged both inside and out, that he has isolated himself from everyone and believes that no one can look past his physical scars. Molly does not let her disability hinder her in any way. The typical misunderstanding arise when Molly gets her site back but she is a fighter. With the help of some new friends (here is where I thank the author for the update on Shad - the son of my favorites), Molly has the courage to stand up the Braxx and let him know how she feels.I cannot wait to see where the author takes this series next.

  • Lory
    2019-01-21 06:36

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review no minority compensation was received the opinions I have expressed are my own. I have read all the books in the Kindred series I have to say that this book might be one of my favorite by far. I'm so use to the heroine being so indecisive so insecure and not knowing if she wanted to be truly mated or not it was so refreshing to see that it was actually the hero Braxx with all the issues. Of course Molly has emotional pain too but she was able to come to terms with her pain, but Braxx has buried his so deep. I loved the adventure these two experience and the way Molly didn't let her disability define her as person and the way she help Braxx come to terms with his making this a fantastic story. Overall a enjoyable and entertaining read looking forward to reading more books in the Kindred series.

  • Shoshanah Lila
    2019-02-16 08:24

    Byshoshanahlilahon September 16, 2017Really enjoyed this visit into the Kindred world. I especially liked how she wrote a challenged yet strong heroine. The hero's reaction to her being left out of the draft was all it SHOULD have been, but is commonly not. She was independant, but not too proud to accept help when necessary. One's ability to love and be loved should not be determined by physical (or emotional) challenges. Ms. Anderson has written an entertaining yet respectful tale. Not everything that can hold a person back is evident on their out-side as evidenced during the race for Molly. Thank you**I received a free copy of this book (read using samsung voice-read for impaired readers) via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review

  • Kari
    2019-02-20 08:34

    ARC received via booksprout for an honest review. Molly is an anthropologist who is blind and is granted permission to study an unknown society on a newly discovered planet. Braxx is a Beast Kindred and a wounded warrior who seeks to punish himself from unimaginable loss. While Braxx is exploring the universe for the Kindred, he discovers this planet. having already established contact, he ends up escorting Molly when due to unforeseen circumstances her assistant is unable to. Braxx and Molly are perfect for each other but each have their challenges. Are both of them too closed to relationships to be able to see what's in front of them until it's too late?

  • Jeanne Johnston
    2019-02-13 09:24

    I can't believe I gave this a two. Still the same formulaic tripe, still typos (grabbing her by the "waste" was my fave 🙄), but I think the shorter format minimized those. Also, there were annoying assumptions made (She'll hate me because I'm ugly!) but far fewer nauseating rationalizations for having sex--though we are once again subjected to the deal where they MUST have sex (in public), but at least she doesn't pretend to be prissy about it. I was left wondering why they weren't both cured in the end. "Don't worry my child, it'll be worth it in the end." Er... ummm... If the gods and goddeses remember, that is. Oops! 😏

  • Brie
    2019-02-11 05:27

    Another great addition to the Brides of the Kindred series. This is a side story which adds more depth to the regular series. We have new characters which have both suffered loss and a disability. Molly has come to terms with her parents loss and blindness due to an accident, but Braxx still suffers from his brothers loss and his disfigurement in his own accident. He goes as her protector while researching an alien species on a newly discovered planet. Between new cultures/customs, steamy encounters and a kidnapping, these two must find strength in each other. Will it be enough? You will have to read to find out. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

  • Raina Collins
    2019-02-03 08:48

    5+ stars. I love these Kindred stories. Evangeline is a goddess for writing such steamy and action filled books. I think I'm addicted to them and can't wait for the next. Highly suggest for any readers who enjoy alien romances. The title is perfect for this story. The two main characters are both strong. She was blinded at 16 in a crash that killed her parents. She grew from it and became stronger and a wonderful person. He was scarred in a crash that left his brother dead. But he hides from the pain and his heart. She is about to change everything for him. I voluntarily read and reviewed a copy of the book.

  • Jane Monica
    2019-01-26 09:40

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.From the first page, of chapter one, this story will captivate you😊👍🏻 Both the Heroine & Hero, Molly & Braxx, think that no one will ever want them, because of their disabilities; boy are they wrong! 😊Lol Evangeline has woven another great Kindred Tale! 😊👍🏻 Bravo Evangeline Anderson!! 😊👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻I would recommend this read to anyone. Immerse yourself in another race, planet and a true love❤️. You won't be sorry that you gave The Kindred a chance!😊👍🏻 I have read the entire series and always enjoy a Kindred Story❤️😊.

  • JML
    2019-02-17 03:33

    So good I adore these kindred tales. I've been consuming them as quickly as I can. Molly is a strong feelings are character that has an excellent career, but is lonely and was blinded at age 16 in an accident that left her alone. Braxx is a beast kindred that was in a horrible accident that scarred his face and killed his brother. He feels unworthy of love. Together Molly and Braxx go on a journey of discovery, adventure and most important love and healing. Terrific read.

  • Leanne ~ Tales From The Heart
    2019-02-09 10:43

    This series just gets better and better. Braxx and Molly, what a great pair.A wonderful love story with a couple that had such tragedy in their lives and yet come together with unconditional love. Scarred on the inside and scarred on the outside, love knows no bounds.I enjoyed this couple's romance, I believe the idea came from readers...wonderful story line. Always great to read a strong female character despite her vision issues. Expect this story to bring on the feels. I loved it and highly recommend it.

  • Tracey
    2019-01-26 07:46

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.Evangeline Anderson didn't again I feel so hard for this book both main character were amazing together each having to overcome their differences and find love I really love the kindred world and I am amazed out how fresh and new each storyline development we get to see differences world's . No spoilers here check out this great read.

  • Stacey Escalera blog
    2019-02-11 07:31

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.I was so involve in this story from the beginning to the end of the book.I loved the MC and how this story was told.This story plot was so great.I love the way this Author writing style I can always dive into her story. She such amazing story teller.I recommend this book to anyone that loves a great book.

  • Elb4966
    2019-02-21 06:23

    Dr. Molly Reynaud has a doctorate in Cultural Anthropology. This makes me believe she is smart. Yet she missed major culture clues and she went to an alien society believing they would conform to her way of thinking. These are not the actions of a smart person. Because of this, this seemingly smart person placed herself and her "guard" in situations that need not to occur. A major plot flaw for me because I could never imagine Molly doing some of the things she did.