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Kieran (Tales of the Shareem Book 7) by [James, Allyson, Ashley, Jennifer]
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Kieran is meant to be the ultimate level-three Shareem, unthinking and sexually driven, without much emotion and personal thought. Now that he’s free of the experimenters who tortured him, he feels as though he’s two people—the Kieran who struggles to fit in even with other Shareem, and the Kieran who can become the commanding level three at the touch of a woman’s hand.

Kieran is the one sent to scope out the transports that might take Shareem away from their restricted life for good, but that plan goes awry when he stumbles across Felice, who is fleeing from a life of slavery.

Felice stirs the level three in him, but Kieran responds to her as himself as well, finding in her a woman who understands him better than he understands himself. Kieran jeopardizes the safety and freedom of all Shareem by pausing to help Felice, but he also jeopardizes his heart, which was supposed to have been stripped of all deeper emotion.

Book 7 in Tales of the Shareem. This is a full-length novel, twenty chapters.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2429 KB
  • Print Length: 252 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1941229603
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: JA / AG Publishing (8 June 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KV060VM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #156,556 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By jamoz23 TOP 100 REVIEWER on 10 June 2014
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I have read all the Shareem books and enjoyed Kieran's story. I was very happy to read in this story the evolvement of their lives to something more than the horrible lives they had when we first met them in Rees.
It will be wonderful if more stories evolve but all in all a good conclusion (maybe) to this series.
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Loved the Shareem Tales book think Kieran is my flavoured, love the level three Shareem.
Can't wait for the rest of the shareem to get there story's
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Ending to Arc of Series 10 June 2014
By Sheila M - Published on Amazon.com
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KIERAN is the seventh book in the Tales of the Shareem series. The series tells the stories of a group of men (and one woman) who were genetically engineered to be sold as pleasure slaves. The company that created them is defunct but the Shareem are still treated as second class citizens over twenty years later. The people of their home planet fear them because they worry that they will make women sexually subservient to them. The people on Bor Nargan instead value chastity and suppression of physical desires.

The previous books in this series introduced readers to these sexy men who come in the varieties: Level 1 (sensuality), Level 2 (fun and games), and Level 3 (hardcore domination). Within those levels, the Shareem are different and have different personalities based upon their experiences.

Kieran is a Level 3 who was deeply scared by the experiments conducted upon him by the company. They wanted to make him a mindless pleasure slave and removed pieces of his brain in order to make him like a sex robot with no other thoughts or feelings. Kieran meets Felice Henderson when both are hiding from the patrollers (Bor Nargan's police force). Felice is an indentured servant who had escaped her near slavery to hide on Bor Nargan.

The quickly developing romance between these two is sweet because Felice sees things in Kieran that he believed had been taken from him and as a result he begins to see himself differently. In many ways, the two heal each other from the pain of their past. This is one of the sweetest stories of the series because Kieran is so loveable. At the same time both these characters are strong and competent.

Unlike other books in the series, this book is highly focused on the overarching storyline of the series -- the plan of the Shareem to escape from Bor Nargan in order to be free. This book completes that arc. I especially liked how the ultimate resolution occurred and how it was dependant upon the people that readers have been introduced to throughout the series.

The Shareem books are erotic science fiction and contain more gritty, graphic and erotic sex scenes than a typical romance book. As the series has progressed, the relationships between the Shareem and the women they come to love have gotten more complex and exhibit more of the typical romance that appears in the books that Jennifer Ashley writes under her own name (Allyson James is one of her pseudonyms, Ashley Gardner is the other). This book does not contain any menage a trois scenes that are present in most of the other books in the series. The sex scenes are more graphic than your typical romance so readers who are sensitive to such should be forewarned.

I rate this one a 4.5 primarily based on the strength of the overarching story and the fact that this book nicely ties things up. This is not the book for new readers because it is dependant on upon all that has occurred before.

There is a lengthy author's note at the end that goes through the author's thoughts on the series and indicates that while this book concludes this arc, there are possibilities for new stories.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kieran and Felice 24 May 2015
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This series is one of my top all time favorites and this book is an excellent series conclusion, especially since it leaves the door open for follow-ups. I loved it!! Kieran is a contradiction, with his confusion under stress or with new situations versus his ability to think on the fly to keep Felice safe. And Felice was his perfect match- a MMA trained fighter who gave up her freedom to save the life of a friend. I found myself cheering them on every step of the way.

The Shareem were genetically engineered to please women back before the Bor Nargan society became enlightened and sex went out of style. Some, like Kieren, were also surgically modified to improve their behavior, his brain excisions making him the perfect emotionless level three Dom with custom cognitive abilities. He is now Rees's gofer as the Shareem plan their escape from the desert planet that holds them hostage.

While on an information gathering trip for Rees at the space port, Kieran meets a ball of dirt and filth that turns out to be an indentured servant who has escaped the freighter where she worked. Felice is more desperate than distrustful of the strange giant and she allows Kieran to get her out of the docks undetected, agreeing to rendezvous with him on the streets afterward. But the delay puts Kieran in the path of a patroller who sees all Shareem as vermin and who would be more than happy to turn him in for termination for being in a restricted area. And Kieran innately knows he will have to fall back on his programming as a mindless sex slave to stay alive and keep the Shareem's escape plan from unraveling.
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved this series! 17 January 2017
By Kathryn Hughett - Published on Amazon.com
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I LOVED these stories about the Shareem. The Shareem were made to be all things to all women, to live to please, and to have no emotions, but the scientists that created them failed on that part. The Shareem come in three levels: pure sensuality, fun and games, and the ultimate experience. What I liked about the characters was that the men were HOT, sexy, loving and totally protective of their women. The women were beautiful and intelligent but not physically perfect according to our society’s standards. They were zaftig. Also I liked that the author didn’t use clinical and "clean" words to describe the sex scenes. Because I had read the books back to back the amount of sex became overwhelming. Who would have thought? The only thing I would change about the books is that they would be longer. I loved being in the world Ms. Ashley has created for the Shareem. You can feel the hot, dusty climate and taste the grit of the sandstorms. You can envision the people in their robes moving through the open air markets. You could sense the tranquility inside the homes of the rich as they are sheltered in rooms of cool moist air. The stories are told in alternating POV’s of the H/h and have just the right mix of angst, lust, love and humor. Each story has its own HEA within the overall arc of the series. I recommend visiting Ms. Ashley's website to find out more about the Tales of the Shareem.
3.0 out of 5 stars Ok, but not something I would read unless you are already a fan of the Shareem Series. 20 April 2016
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The book was a decent installment in the Shareem Series, although it did not go much beyond the typical story of the others in the Series. I probably would not have enjoyed it had I not read the rest of the series already. As a stand-alone it would be mediocre. As part of the series I place it a step above. Perhaps it was my mood while I was reading it, but the characters did not seem as strong as many others. There were opportunities to give them more depth which were missed.
4.0 out of 5 stars He gives it to you in ways you don't know you want it... 11 October 2014
By Pinkdiamond - Published on Amazon.com
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Ooh, laaa, laaa, la! Tell me if you were going speed dating and you came across a man whose only spoken words to you were "I give it you in ways you don't know you want it" he's not the one you'd be going home with - especially if he looks anything like the sexy animal posing from the neck down on this book cover (of course we can't see his face, but I think all of that is secondary to the package, wouldn't you say? I mean, I sincerely doubt he's hideous, you know what I'm saying?)?

Honestly, I could end the review right there. There are some of you looking at the cover of this and thinking that alone is worth giving this book a second look. But now that I'm quoting one of the sexiest lines I've ever heard spoken from a man, now I'm baiting you into delving deeper into the mystery of a Shareem.

But...

Some of you might actually want a review you can take serious. So, here it is.

In this final installment of the Tales of the Shareem series (at least for the time being), we are met with a completely new Shareem we haven't even heard of until now, Kieran, which I'm kind of uncertain about. I mean, where did Mr. Big and Sexy come from, huh? I mean, I get that there were more Shareems than the six we've come to read about in the previous books, but considering his relationship with the other Shareem in this one - particularly Rees - I find it rather sudden for this newbie to come into the mix without so much as previous mention as was the case with at least Justin or some of the other elusive Shareem that appeared in bits and pieces in the other stories even if they weren't considered a part of the main crew of Shareems we've read about.

I just feel the appearance of another Shareem this late in the series was a bit sudden and, frankly, unnecessary in the full scheme of things. I feel like a bit of a hypocrite saying that because at the end of Justin I was beside myself at the idea of the story being finished without our masters of sexy getting to leave that oppressive and ungrateful planet Bor Narga. Yes, I admit it - I wanted more. Particularly, I wanted to read about another level one or even a level two for that matter since the level threes appeared to get all of the glory in this series.

Kieran is more of the same. Similar to Rees, he was experimented on almost to the point of dysfunction. His augmentations sought to dehumanize him, making him little more than a sex machine that shut off when not in use, so to speak. But of course as anyone whose read more than a few books in this series already realize, it takes Kieran to meet just one woman to change his perception on who he is and what he's truly capable of.

The pairing in this story, to me, came off as the most random of maybe all of the pairings in the series. Trying to hide from patrollers in a restricted area, he finds Felice hiding in the same place after having jumped ship from the cruel slavers she'd been under contract with as an indentured servant, among other things. From there, the two are inseparable when Felice appeals to Kieran to help her find safety from the ones who would be looking for her. Of course it ends up turning into much more than just a Shareem wanting to help a fellow "slave".

To really find satisfaction in this story as it is, consider whether or not you're interested in this series as a whole or if you just want to read overwhelming scenes of eroticism that'll have you boarding the first rocket ship to Bor Narga to claim a Shareem or two of your own. If you haven't read at least a few of the earlier stories in this series, then you're probably going to find yourself lost on the second half of the story to the point where you might lose interest in completing it altogether. This part of the story focuses on the Shareem's steep efforts to leave planet Bor Narga for good, a plan that was officially put into motion dating at least two books ago. Only us ladies that have been following this series from the beginning can truly appreciate the much anticipated climax of this story.

But that's not to say this book doesn't have any appeal on its own - starting with, but not limited to the hard candy on the cover of this book. For one thing, the carnal theme of this book is all-consuming. If you're wanting to read something that brings vivid fantasies of bondage and submission to life, Kieran is your Commander-in-Sexy. If you're not caring about much more than being spanked and tied up while having strange and wonderful things done to your body - again, you want Kieran, a man who doesn't ask you how you want it, but gives it to you in ways you don't know you want it. Okay, if that isn't reason alone to want to play with this particular level three Shareem, then maybe you ought to go back to reading a safe Nora Roberts romance.

But for those of you willing to play a little games, read on...

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