The Anshan Saga

Includes “Kiera’s Moon” and “Kiera’s Sun”

When starving artist Kiera wakes up on board a spaceship, she panics. Her best friend has dragged her across the universe to help her find a man and a life – without asking her if she wanted either. During an attempt to escape and return home, she ends up hooking up with is a battle-hardened warrior prince living in exile who recognizes her for what she is: the key to winning back his planet.

Calculating, cautious A’Ran knows he needs Kiera as his lifemate to heal his planet and his war weary people. Accustomed to dealing with the shrewd politics of the Five Galaxies, he’s not expecting his sweet, lost little Earthling to challenge him, let alone be his equal. He discovers almost too late what he risks losing if he can’t learn to be more than a warrior.

Their love for one another will be tested as they fight for their people, their planet, and their future.

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Real-time Reviews

 


AWSOME!!!
By Suzy (5.0 out of 5 stars) on December 12, 2015
FREAKEN AMAZING ENDING To A FANTASTIC SERIES. It seemed like it took for FREAKEN EVER to finish the series. Took so long I had forgotten about the first book Kiera's Moon, and the second mini book Kiera's Home that was next. It just sucks it took so long to finish it.

I like the story
By Victoria Cameron (4.0 out of 5 stars) on November 30, 2015
I received a copy of the paperback from the author and was very excited to get back into this world.Kiera’s MoonI read this book over a year ago, but just read it again in The Anshan Saga paperback. I like the story, the characters, and how this society works. I felt that the pushback between Kiera and the new society was real, but she is so different from her Earth self and her self on Anshan. I don't think she grew that much, that fast, unless her friend really was holding her back that much. I remember from my first time reading this book that I loved the outer space type story, and how Kiera's life-force will help heal the planet.Kiera’s SunI re-read the first book in The Anshan Saga paperback before reading this. I was so excited to see how it ended. What I noticed between the first and second book were some inconsistencies and major editing errors. For one, in the first book Jetr has silver eyes, and in the second book he has black eyes. And his hair color is different. That's a big difference. The writing wasn't as strong in this book as in the first, which made me feel that Ford rushed through finishing the story and didn't have it properly edited. I thoroughly enjoyed the character development between A'Ran, his sisters, and Kiera. I also loved the imagery of the planet coming back to life. If the errors I mentioned had been fixed, I would've given this 5 stars. Ford is an established author with over 50 books--she needs to get her editing act together.


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