Anton has waited a long time for this moment. Grace may not remember him, but he hasn’t forgotten her. Signing herself over to his every command will not keep her safe. A Braxian never forgets a slight to his honor. And Grace will pay… with interests.
Anton's Grace is a twisted tale of unlikely second chances that will leave you squirming in your seat. Can you stomach the darkness?
When not writing or reading, Regine surrenders to the other passion in her life: video games! As a professional Game Designer and Creative Director, her career has led her from her home in Canada to the US and various countries in Europe and Asia.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Title: Anton's Grace
Author: Regine Abel
5 amazing stars
There are quite a few genres that I love to read: dark romances, BDSM themed and paranormal romances. When I saw that there was a book that combined all three aspects, I was more than a little curious. Until now, I hadn't heard of Regine Abel but I'm so very happy that I took a chance on reading a new author. It was different than what I had expected. I forgot that the story was about two people, one hybrid Braxian (human/alien) and a human woman in a space station where customs and size differ like peanut butter and jam.
4.5 sexy dreams
The way that these two started their relationship was unconventional to say the least, but I really did enjoy seeing how they evolved. How Grace finally started acting like an adult, asking decisions for herself and even take notice of her own actions. Anton, as much as he can be a product of a human and Braxian coupling, the fact that he survived his childhood was a miracle to say the least, but the many changes he made while in Grace's presence was astonishing. There are many triggers in this book, but at the same time, I can't help but believe that they were necessary for the storyline, and I can only hope that Regine Abel decides to continue writing about Anton and Grace and their extended and immediate family.
*ARC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by Kathleen, The Small Girl from A small girl, her man and her books
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