Title: Fighting for All
Series: Soul Match: Book Five
Author: Morticia Knight
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Length: 146 Pages
Category: Sci-Fi, BDSM, Ménage
At a Glance: Full of action, heart, and hope, this is a great final installment in what has been an amazing series.
Reviewed By: Jennifer
Blurb: Bravery will lead you to your destiny.
The human and alien rebellion is at hand, but those who have already arrived at the secret military facility are without the one who has inspired them to stand against the Nall. Chris, the human chosen by the Alasharian spiritual leader, Sha Sha Ar, has been missing since the escape to the hideout. Those who have never seen Chris before, have only heard tales of his visions, begin to doubt his existence. Fear spreads through the group as humans and Alasharians alike wonder if they’re all doomed, that maybe Chris is a fantasy or has already fallen at the hands of the Nall.
Graham, Morgan and their Alasharian matches stand before the worried group to reassure them that Chris is real. They’ve barely begun to speak when they are forced to fight an unexpected foe. But before the final battle against the Nall and the Void begins, all must search within themselves to discover what part they will play to achieve their destiny—and to summon the bravery they’ll need to see it through.
Review: Since the very first Soul Match book was published, I have been completely engrossed by this series. It’s no secret that I had loved every single Morticia Knight book I’ve read, so to see her take a step from the historical and contemporary BDSM and move it to sci-fi, I was intrigued. What I found was an engaging series with wonderful characters, an interesting plotline, and more of the BDSM elements that I’ve come to associate with this author. I was never disappointed.
Before I begin the review, I must say that it is absolutely necessary to read this entire series in order. Each book picks up where the last left off, and the last book is a culmination of every other book.
In this book, the resistance finds itself at Blodgett Peak without Chris, their newfound spiritual leader who has been adopted by the Sha Sha Ar. Those who never met Chris begin to doubt his existence, while Morgan and Graham try to prove he does exist and that he is alive and well—even when they don’t know that he is alive.
More and more humans and Alasharians are beginning to find their soul matches, which is confusing for some and painful for others. When Chris, Lasar, Nary, and the rest of the resistance arrive, everyone is relieved. Except the battle is about to begin, and there’s no telling who will survive and who will not. All they can do is hope they are prepared enough to fight for their lives or all will be lost.
This book brings everything together. Morgan, Chris, Graham, and their matches all get to tell their stories here, which brings closure to all three storylines. Once Chris is brought back into the picture, most of the attention is on him, but I felt satisfied enough because each person got to share their events.
I loved seeing Morgan fully accepting his matches and growing because of it. Graham, too. He has grown so much since the last book, and I enjoyed seeing his growth. I just wish we had seen more of Balor! I loved his character.
I cannot speak about the ending because it would reveal too much, but I was satisfied with the way it ended. However, I wouldn’t object to further stories about what happens next. How do they rebuild? How do they accept their new positions in life? Those sorts of things.
For fans of this series, this book is not to be missed. If you haven’t read the series, start at book one. You won’t be disappointed.
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