I didn't really like this book. Don't get me wrong, the love scenes were good, but I felt that Allie gave up too quickly on Damon. And once he was incorporated into the menage, I still felt he was an outsider to Harry and Allie's relationship. This is one of the main reasons I am always skeptical of meange romances. There never seems to be a way to make all parties involved stand on equal footing. This one definitely didn't do a good job at even attempting it. I felt Damon got short-changed. He felt more like a secondary character instead of one of the main characters.
The Polyamorous Princess wasn't very good. There were so many things wrong with it. It was boring, the main characters had no depth nor any chemistry. The plot was not the least bit intriguing and the sex scenes were dull. The writing style too simplistic. I couldn't understand how a sci-fi romance seemed so very modern. The way they spoke and acted seemed common and out of place. Some of the words the author used during the sex scenes had me laughing because they were so bad. "Anal vestibule" was ridiculous. I wouldn't recommend this.
Futuristic Erotic Romance from Siren Publishing. Ally is one of the many daughters of the Emporer. Her parents and many of her siblings practice polygamy. Ally is single, spoiled and bored. She meets 2 compelling men, and has a hard time chosing between them, and she's never considered polygamy for herself. Guess what happens? Not a bad story, but not the best I've ever read.
This book had a strong premise and I enjoyed a great deal of it. I did have a few issues with the difficulty in accepting a multiple partner marriage since that was the norm in the family of the person with the issue. There was a great deal of plot, which is not always the case in an erotic romance. This is a futuristic novel with battles, space travel and much more.
Meh. Pass on this book. It's not worth losing a PBS credit. The writing isn't interesting. The plot is boring. The sex is mediocre. You don't come to like or care about any of the characters. There are far better books in the M/M/F genre.