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The Tristan Bay Accord Tales of Fenria Book 2The Tristan Bay Accord part of the Tales of Fenria re imagines the myth of Eros and Psyche Science fiction writer Lizzie Newell takes a feminist perspective in exploring technology gender politics and eugenics in a Utopian fishing society which has developed on a planet that resembles Alaska Praise for the Tales of Fenria a complex world rich in possibilities Sci Fi Romance uarterly a fascinating and sensual matriarchal sea world Foreword Clarion An enjoyable foray into erotic female centric literature with enough nuance and structure to serve as decent sci ﬁ Kirkus Reviews a rich backstory exceptional world building and a well plotted storyline Overall readers wil.
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L find a satisfying story that is both entertaining and thought provoking exactly what first rate science fiction reuires BlueInk political signiﬁcance advanced technology and passionate sexual expression Alaska Women Speak On the planet Fenria fierce tidal fluctuations driven by two moons lead to a high death rate for fishermen and so Fenria women outnumber men As a result of this imbalanced gender ratio Fenrian society has developed as a matriarchy with female control of banking government and education Not everyone accepts such a society as idyllic and to those who do not matriarchy can be dystopian To challenge the Fenrian matriarchy orphaned social revolutiona.
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free read The Tristan Bay Accord (Tales of Fenria Book 2) ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ The Tristan Bay Accord part of the Tales of Fenria re imagines the myth of Eros and Psyche Science fiction writer Lizzie Newell takes a feminist perspective in exploring technology gender politics and eugenRy Annon seeks to lead her own clan and she’ll do nearly anything to get it including making a deal with the ueen of Fenria In exchange for recognition of Clan Noahee Annon agrees to anonymous sex with a man who will father her child However the man refuses to impregnate Annon insisting she must love him first In clandestine meetings he goes about seducing her pleasuring her and winning her affection All the while political factions attempt to drive the couple apart Annon must trust her man protect her child and find her own way amidst the deadly intrigue that wracks the Fenrian royal family In doing so she will forge a new society which treats men and women as eua.