"An erotic and tender storyline"
I found Talon's Trophy to be a very sensual and refreshing
change from the normal storyline. It had everything you
would want from the sexual encounters to the conflict
between the hunter and his trophy.
Talon is a hunter, a member of the team charged with
protecting the outer sphere and its people. He has devoted
his entire life to duty and protection. Now that duty is
being rewarded, and after years of preparation and
anticipation, a female trophy is his reward.
Chanah places herself in the hunter's territory to save
her sister from capture, and ends up the trophy instead.
Now she is Talon's trophy by right of capture.
Now Talon applies the same dedication as he did with his
hunter duties to the task of transforming his "trophy"
into his perfect idea of a submissive who will meet all
his sexual needs. Little does he know that Channah with
her strong nature and reluctance to submit will change
what he has been taught a "trophy" should be! Channah
makes her own choice of will, and moves their intense
sexual encounters from battles of wills to a battle of
emotions. But can Talon win this battle, one he is not
equipped to wage. Talon may call Channah his trophy but
fate will turn the tables and see that his heart becomes
Talon's Trophy is a futuristic story, where humans have
went back to the most basic of men's nature. Here men are
in charge and known as hunters, on one side and use sex as
a means of control. But in the end everyone is happy, from
a certain perspective. Miss Ryder captured the perfect
vision of a futuristic barbarian and made him not only a
sexual controller, but also able to change. You never knew
what each sexual encounter between these two would bring.
I applaud Miss Ryder's unique imagination not only in
putting detail in these encounters, but also the device
called a rititk used on the female trophies. Talon's
Trophy is a must read, I applaud Miss Ryder for her
creative blend of the erotic and tender storyline.
Reviewed April 4, 2006
Reviewed by Debbie Roush
Posted November 19, 2006