Tessa’s Ambassador by Cyna Kade

This book read too much like modern-day roofie meets mental magic on Darinth.  Tessa goes to Kortal for help in finding her missing sister.  Kortal takes one look at Tessa and decides that she’s the girl for him.  He then uses Tessa’s desire to find her sister to force his mental bond on her until sexual need takes over, and then he uses that to force her to accept the bonding process.  I don’t quite put this on par with rape, but it came unappealingly close.  And in the end, Tessa, rather than being angry about it, agrees that she never would have consented to this ‘wonderful’ bond if he hadn’t forced her to accept it.  This was definitely not my thing. 1 Star


Posted on April 5, 2012, in 1 Star Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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