Awaiting execution on a foreign planet, Anna Lee has nothing left to lose—until Commander Rehz Akran offers her a chance to escape her fate. Anything is better than death, but when her training for Akran’s mysterious mission begins, the brutality is hard to take . . . especially since Anna has no idea what the workouts, beatings, and endless sexual demands are preparing her for.
Rehz Akran doesn’t deal with failure. He’s determined that his last trainee will survive her immersion in an unimaginably alien world and return alive—even if it means she’ll hate him forever. He needs to stay detached, but his new recruit makes that impossible. Soon he’s willing to defy his own training for a chance to forge a true connection with Anna.
It’s Rehz’s job to teach Anna to survive as a Tribute. And if she does, it’s his task to help her overcome the trauma of the experience. But this time he isn’t doing it to save his planet. This time he’s doing it for love.
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Brutal and Dark
Wow, I'm not sure how to write this review. The book should really come with a warning because this is not everyone's cup of tea. The majority of the book is brutal. The violence is way beyond what I was prepared for and it was rather shocking. Now that all being said it has to be noted that it really did fit the story of the book. It was understandable within the confines of the story but I'm not sure that it needed to be so very brutal to convey the extreme nature of the story. I will say that I'm torn between a 3 and 4 star review because I really did enjoy the ending very much and I think had it not ended the way that it did that I would be rating this even lower than I am.