elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: For the Clan by Archer Kay Leah (214-07-26-2016)

1) Loved this dystopian MMF novel! I loved the characters, the plot, and the way the author skillfully pulled me into a fully realized world.

2) For the Clan gripped me from beginning to end. Each of the three main characters were fully developed with compelling back stories. The relationships that predated the story, between the two men and between one of the men and the woman, were very real and believable. The evolution of the relationship between them was natural and hot. Their polyamory made sense for who they were, and was completely wholesome, if that's the right word. The storyline was equally riveting. I didn't see how it was going to work out, until it did. Excellent! And I'll be re-reading their first three-way more than once!

For the Clan by Archer Kay Leah
Bisexual Sci-fi / Futuristic
Paperback: 248 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (May 15, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1620047691
ISBN-13: 978-1620047699
Amazon: For the Clan
Amazon Kindle: For the Clan

Canada, 2165 AD. The Water Wars and a decimated economy have taken their toll. Anyone who doesn't live in a military-patrolled metropolis lives in a clan. But being in a clan doesn't mean safety. And for a Ven like Roan Lee, it doesn't matter where he lives. Safety is a luxury. So is freedom. Roan is desperate to escape the governtary's exploitation and torture. He is nothing to them but 54oK1, an artifact born from a genetic mishap. When the chance to escape arises, he makes a run for it—and encounters the lover from his past, twisting his future into a second chance he never expected. As leaders of Clan Teach, Jace Ama and his wife, Cayra Diega, have enough difficulty keeping their people safe. When Roan is thrown to their feet as a prisoner, their marriage becomes an additional challenge. Jace still loves Roan, but where does that leave Cayra?

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