***Release & Review Blitz*** Ravik’s Mercy (Braxians, Book 2) – Regine Abel

Book Blurb

For Braxia. For the future. For revenge.

As the rarest hybrid in the galaxy, Mercy has been forced to hide in plain sight for fear slavers and collectors would hunt her down. Quite ironic, considering her late father had been the greatest slaver of the Guldan Empire. Determined to make amends for some of the wrongs he has done, she goes on a mission to Braxia. But those plans are quickly derailed when she encounters Ravik; a mountain of a man with a fearsome face, and a planet in turmoil.

As the new ruler of Braxia, Ravik is surrounded by enemies. His planet is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy and stuck in ancient, bigoted ways. When an exotic, sassy, and strong female reluctantly accepts his protection during her stay on Braxia, she becomes both his strength and his greatest weakness. As his detractors plot and scheme against him, Ravik fears the horrors of his past will destroy the fragile happiness and glimmer of hope this woman has brought him and his people.

In this brutal, unforgiving world, greed, hatred, and twisted obsessions will clash in a bid for power, for the future, and for revenge.

Warning: this book contains scenes of violence that may not be suitable for sensitive reader.

Only $3.99 or FREE with Kindle Unlimited–Amazon US Link

 

REVIEW BY NANCY VANSPUNKY

Wow! I want to liken the planet Braxia to a cross between Game of Thrones and the Vikings! Ravik is the Magnar, or King/leader, of this savage race of warriors. Their views about women and their place are seriously backwards. Ravena Mercy comes along and helps Ravik move Braxia into a more progressive way of thinking. As a Veredian, Mercy is a warrior woman in her own right. But many clans are against them. These two soulmates end up in the fight of their lives for the future that Braxia needs.

Ravik’s Mercy was one wild ride! If I didn’t know better, I’d say a guy wrote this. The battle scenes are that good! And the bedroom scenes sizzle. Great story and hard to put down! 4 stars

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