Mia is a college student finishing up her Junior year at NYU, when she catches the eye of one of the Krinar, Korum. The story walks her through the uncontrollable reaction that Mia has to Korum. She struggles to come to terms with her feelings while she feels that she is "sleeping with the enemy." Does Korum only see her as a pet? Should Mia help the rebellion?
I have to thank one of my "Book Worms" for recommending this book. I was able to pick it up on Amazon for free and it was totally worth the time I spent reading it. There were times that I wanted to smack Mia upside her head, but the author kept me guessing until the very end about whether or not Korum was a good guy or a bad guy. I literally read this book in one evening, because I just HAD to know the answer to that question.
However, there are instances where the relationship between Korum and Mia becomes very male dominant. Mia says she doesn't want him and in some respects Korum forces his attentions on Mia. Her body betrays her attraction and the fact that she really does want him. For some this may be a turn off. Korum never hurts Mia, but he does forcefully show her how much she really wants him.
My only real criticism is that I would have really liked to have heard some of Korum's side of this story. I felt that his character was a bit lacking, because we never really get to hear his voice. I also felt that we didn't get enough of the Krinar perspective. I would have really enjoyed that part of the story if it had been added.
Good read, I highly recommend this book.