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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
In a story set in 1689, Jamaica, siblings Atia and Livia are sold into slavery with no hope in sight. Their circumstances are worsened when Atia is gambled away in a card game and given to Captain La Roche, a sugar merchant. Although she thought that she was ruined forever, it turned out that La Roche was the savior she never expected to meet. He liberated her and made her feel human again. Even if it meant that she was separated from her sister, there was a semblance of normality in her life. But her reprieve was short-lived as forces outside their control were trying to break them apart. As the relationship between La Roche and Atia bloomed, people were hunting Atia and Livia, determined not to stop until they found the sisters.
No Quarter: Dominium - An Historical Adventurous Romance by MJL Evans and GM O'Connor is a wonderful romance novel that had me on the edge of my seat and begging for more. The suspense and the action surrounding the main characters were intense, the character development was amazing and the story arcs were simply fantastic. This is a complete novel with a wonderful atmosphere, a brilliant setting and an exceptional narrative that hooked me right in and had me biting my nails to find out what happens next. This was an intense novel, one that I didn’t want to end. I wanted to know more about Atia and La Roche (and the author gave us plenty of insights into their lives). The characters were developed beautifully and given time to grow on their own and develop relationships with other characters. I loved the relationship they had with each other and with other people, which gave them a depth that made them real. I really enjoyed this book!