Friday, October 21, 2011


Title: Convergence
Author: Ally Blue
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-60928-555-5
Genre: {M/M} Alternate Worlds, Series
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

Publication Date: 12-13-2011  

Lynx and two other Carwin Tribe Pack members are out scouting the area when they locate their enemy’s home base camp.  Entering a building for further investigation, Lynx is captured by the Nomads and taken to an underground city where Lynx finds his long lost love and pack brother, Rabbit. 

Convergence is the third book in the Mother Earth Series.  The impressive plot has both a military system and social structure that mirrors the American Civil War.  The Nomads, also known as The Brass, is the army for the citizen farmers and their slaves, known as the Groundhogs. Each farmer produces vegetables through a complex system without using soil, a method developed during the end of the old earth.   

After his capture, Lynx could not understand why Rabbit had accepted his slave status.  However, as Lynx observed the people, he came to realize human nature directs the intelligence to make any adjustments necessary to survive, even if it means giving up some of your freedoms.  Lynx and Rabbit have always shared a love deeper than the pack bond, so after being missing for seven years, Rabbit must experience again the Pack’s strength by sharing touch, sex and a feeling of brotherhood which was forged from a lifetime of living and fighting side by side.  

Love could save a man, but only the bond could make a Pack Brother whole, this belief is reaffirmed nightly by sharing in a love fest.  When reading this story, the first question that comes to mind is why the Carwin Tribe Pack has animal names? You must read the story to discover the answer.       

Ally Blue has created an intellectually intriguing saga that I found immensely enjoyable.

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