Review: Edge of Eon by Anna Hackett

Edge of Eon by Anna Hackett

Title:  Edge of Eon

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Eon Warriors #1

Pages: 227

5 out of 5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

Sub-Captain Eve Traynor is being blackmailed into kidnapping an Eon warrior. She knows its a suicide mission but she has to protect her sisters. War Commander Davion Thann-Eon is taking his first vacation in a long time. What he doesn’t expect is to be kidnapped by a Terran. 

This book was just as good as I remembered. I loved Eve. She was dangerous, sassy, and fun. She knows that this is a suicide mission but she is determined to do whatever she can to protect what family she has left. I loved how she was constantly goading Dev. She really made him lighten up. Devion was an extremely controlled warrior who is determined to protect his race. I loved how supportive of Eve he was and that he let her fight her own battles. 

“He was the best man she’d ever met. A man who met her move for move, who matched her, understood her. Respected her.”

Not only did I love the Eve and Dev, but the setting was also amazing. I loved the concept of this warrior race with a symbiont that protects it. We also learned that their race rarely finds true mates anymore so they have turned to science for procreation. I can’t wait to learn more about the Eon and the bug like enemies the Kantos.  Also Hunter7 was a fascinating planet. It is probably one of the most fascinating planets I have ever read in a romance novel. 

Overall, this was an amazing start for a new series and I can’t wait to reread the rest of it.

Goodreads / Amazon

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