It is now 2244 and the all-female society of Arkite is on the brink of revolution. Only the return of the Mother Savant can hope to maintain order.
Savant Elise Jackson, Arkite's supreme leader, is stricken with terrible grief over the recent loss of her lover. She has spent the last two years with her assistant, Sara, trying to repair and genetically engineer her lover's damaged body and mind.
But the Viceroy of Pyramid City and her followers in the Savant Council have no interest in squandering the city's resources for Elise's personal gain. With the help of the mainframe AI, they will vie for power, even attempting collusion with Sara and sabotage.
And even if her enemies fail and Elise somehow manages to revive her lover, Elise knows she'll have to vie for something she covets even more—her lover's love. For Sara once loved her just as much, if not more.
Mother Savant is book 2 in the Candy Savant series. The two books in the series are complete self-contained novels not ending in cliffhangers. Some spoilers cannot be avoided, but book 2 can be enjoyed without reading book 1, Candy Savant.
Content warning: Arkite is a dystopian city featuring a ruler who is not nice. Expect profanity, adult situations, and sexual scenes.
I really like this author, the book is a good balance of suspense and romance!
Loved this book
Great Read, hard to put down!
Loved the book. So many shocking turn of events. Elise showed a softer side of her we had never seen before. Was it the loss of Candy that changed her? Is Elises reign over? This book gives more of the back story of the all female city and how it came to be. Men are thought to be the source of war, killing and disaster, come to find out these Women are not so innocent themselves .
Author provided free copy for review. I can’t wait to see what this Author comes out with next!
Once again, I enjoyed the authors writing style. It is a very fast read that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Although, I usually do not read sci-fiction as much... I very much enjoyed this book. I found all the characters all very well developed with lots depth to them.
(Especially, Elise is who a manipulative Psycho!!!!! )
Check it out for yourself and you will not be disappointed.
A.L. Hawke does NOT disappoint.
Only reason I’m deducting a star is because the cover is not good. Someone please get this Author a better illustrator!
I received an advanced copy via the Author for an honest review