Van Laven Chronicles: Throne of Novoxos by Tyler Chase

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~ Synopsis ~

An action-packed, psychological thriller that explores the depths of obsession and betrayal, and the shocking lengths a man will go to hold on to what he desires most…

Comron, the handsome but deeply troubled heir to the throne, encounters Vaush, the one woman he can’t breathe without, and the very same one his off-world enemies will use to destroy his kingdom.

But as the deadly forces close in, Comron’s dark family secrets come to the fore and threaten to do more damage than their enemies ever could.

Obsessed with Vaush and the desire to protect his realm, Comron embarks on a thrilling odyssey that plunges them into the midst of epic battles and political power struggles, all while being relentlessly pursued by those seeking to control or kill Vaush.

But sometimes the enemy within is worse than the enemy without…

~ Review by Angela ~

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

I love the science fiction and fantasy genres. When going through the requests for reviews, I generally pick all of them and claim them for myself. I hardly ever let the other reviewers have a chance to read them. That’s why it’s good to be the boss!  So, when this one came across, I snatched it up.

This book is pretty fast paced and action packed. The main characters, Vaush and Comron, are very complex and deep. I enjoyed their banter and conflict in the story. There were many twists and turns in the book that I didn’t see coming. You never know what’s going to happen with them from one minute to the next. Are they going to give in to desires and their feelings or are their family bonds too strong? Very intriguing and nail biting scenes between these two with respect to their families.

One thing that I will say about this book is that there is some sexy time scenes in it. I have issue with them because the author uses the word “member” for the man’s private part and uses “moistness” for the woman’s private part. Really? That is so not sexy. I really wish that authors would use the correct verbiage. Call it what it is. Don’t put a sickening or hilarious adjective for it instead. We’re all adults here. If you can’t use the words to describe the parts, then maybe you shouldn’t write a detailed sex scene and just fade to black. So, I will have to “ding” the author for that and can only give this story 4 books. But, I will be looking out for the next book in the series as it definitely has my interest.










~ Purchase Links ~

Amazon US

Amazon UK





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