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Saving Kiln (Venus Rising #1) In a world where women are born to rule, love is the ultimate crime Empress Nadira s planet is governed by one unbreakable rule women hold the reins of power and men exist to serve them But Nadira is in love with her servant, Kiln, and it s a secret that could tear her family apart After she s accepted onto the High Council, the most powerful institution on Venus, her conformity to the way her world operates becomes important than ever When Nadira s affair with Kiln is revealed, her love for him will have disastrous consequences, and she will have to choose between protecting her family or following her heart and saving KilnSaving Kiln is a Clean Interracial Science Fiction Romance with a touch of fantasy Fans of Octavia E Butler and Orson Scott Card will enjoy this book Fans of The Fifth Element, The Matrix, and Jupiter Rising will also enjoy this book

10 thoughts on “Saving Kiln (Venus Rising #1)

  1. Mike Siedschlag Mike Siedschlag says:

    Author Seven Steps sent me an e copy of The Slave Planet for review Unfortunately, the file did not transfer to my e reader properly, and I had to request another copy Sure glad I did.The Slave Planet is the story of a dystopian society at least for the men slaves That is my classification, the book is not necessarily marketed as such What else would you call it when

  2. Angela Angela says:

    Wasn t too sure what to think of the book to start off with It was almost a DNF But it intrigued me enough to finish I understand the concept of the story line Just seemed a little off The story didn t flow for me.

  3. Jennifer Ellis Jennifer Ellis says:

    The Slave Planet gives a whole new meaning to the phrase Women are from Venus The book takes place on the Planet Venus in the year 7009 The planet is run by a matriarchal society where women not only run the planet, but men are slaves Relationships between men and women are forbidden So what is Nadira to do when she finds herself in love with her slave Kiln As a council woman sh

  4. Maggie H-G Maggie H-G says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Although I found the book to start a little rough the dialogue felt long while the sequence of time went too quickly, once it found a better pacing I really got hooked The culture of the book was really interesting having a matriarchal society where men were used as slaves was a mind broadening experience

  5. Stephanie Farrant Stephanie Farrant says:

    Intense, Intriguing, Innovative.Those are the words that, for me, describe this book.The Slave Planet is a story set in the very far future, it takes place on Venus, one of many planets that have been colonised It is a planet where women rule and men are their slaves The High Council that rule the planet are run by mostly power hungry women with extremely questionable morals Reading this bo

  6. Da Reviewers Da Reviewers says:

    Da Book Reviewers Presents This book was very well written It had few grammatical errors, if any The title had me thinking that it was about to be a book version of the movie roots However, I was in for a rude awakening.The story took place on the planet Venus The characters were young kids and their mothers There were no fathers in the story but toward the ending it became clear of how the child

  7. Yvonne Davies Yvonne Davies says:

    What would happen if woman ruled the world This is exactly what this book is about Set on Venus, where women have men as slaves, it follows Nadira a young council member whilst she tries to change to running of the planet On Venus it is illegal for women to fall in love with their slaves, but Nadira will not let this stop her loving her Slave Kiln and with the help of her best friend Eva she battles th

  8. Sallie Sallie says:

    I received this book for an honest review.This book has a very interesting view on a future planet where women are in charge and men are slaves They buy and sell men all over the universe The women are called Empress The story revolves around an young girl, Nadira and her slave Kiln She wants him to be free because she is in love with him, her mom wants rid of him and for her daughter to be on the council In

  9. Fleur Fleur says:

    What would it be like if women ruled and men were slaves, well The Slave Planet gives you a pretty idea of what it would be like.It was a little slow to begin with, but once the characters developedthey were great and thought it was great to reveal in bits through out the book why the plant is ruled by women and what a few other planets are like There was a great range of types of characters good, bad, down right

  10. Kandy Kandy says:

    I was gifted this book for an honest review I have learned I am not a reader of Sci fi This book was well written, flowed well, and very few edit errors For those I am giving it a 4 star I was not able to connect to the characters in this story, I was not sure what to expect I did read the entire book and it took all I had, I can say I am not disappointed in the way it all came to an end If your into futuristic fantasy

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