The Polyamorous Princess
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The Polyamorous Princess

3.26 of 5 stars 3.26  ·  rating details  ·  69 ratings  ·  4 reviews
A passionate, spoiled princess. A brilliant intelligence officer. A tough marine. Princess Allison, the coddled daughter of the Emperor of Mankind, is irreparably disturbed by the vicious war with the cat-like Arupians. Her social life is in shambles. Her friends are all on duty. Allie spends her days teaching old American history at the University or else hiding out in th...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Siren Publishing
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This is my first menage book. It had been sitting in my virtual shelf for a long time and I decide, hey why not just try this genre. If all menage book is like this, I won't touch this genre anymore. This is the worst romance book I've ever read. It is so frustrating to read about a spoilt, selfish, horny and desperate princess. Most of the time, I feel like dragging her out of the book and punch her. Seriously!

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The Polyamorous Princess wasn't very good. There were so many things wrong with it. It was boring, the main characters had no depth nor any chemistry. The plot was not the least bit intriguing and the sex scenes were dull. The writing style too simplistic. I couldn't understand how a sci-fi romance seemed so very modern. The way they spoke and acted seemed common and out of place. Some of the words the author used during the sex scenes had me laughing because they were so bad. "Anal vestibule" w...more
Victoria Pond
Space opera

Gaping plot holes
Tired "science fiction" universe
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Melodee Aaron writes predominately in the subgenre of science fiction (hard), but she also works in fantasy, paranormal, historical, and contemporary settings.

Often, these subgenres are blended together in her stories with interesting results. After all, is it unreasonable for an advanced civilization to have pyrokinetic abilities that are provided by instrumentation? Ditto for shape shifters?

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