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After the death of her abusive mother, young Gandry Queen Tirra must return to her old tribe to save the lives of her mother's mates, who are dying without her. She and her sisters, Senri and Barqa, attempt the impossible: Bonding males who are already Bonded to another. It's the only way to save them, though it's not what the sisters wanted for themselves. As the oldest s After the death of her abusive mother, young Gandry Queen Tirra must return to her old tribe to save the lives of her mother's mates, who are dying without her. She and her sisters, Senri and Barqa, attempt the impossible: Bonding males who are already Bonded to another. It's the only way to save them, though it's not what the sisters wanted for themselves. As the oldest sister, Tirra takes the oldest males, including Coron, a stern and severe white-furred male. When she was a child, she disliked Coron and loved to pester and torment him. Now, she needs him to teach her how to mate, before time runs out. Together, they discover a power dynamic that works for them, even though it is the opposite of the relationship a Queen should have with her Bonded male. This is a 28,000-word novella that features an alien/alien couple that love only each other, though Tirra has a second Bonded male she doesn't have a romantic relationship with. Coron was previously mated to Tirra's mother, but there is no blood relation, though he treats her like a Daddy should treat his Princess. This novella follows on from Krol's Goddess, Book 5 in the main Gandry/Ruth & Gron series. Ruth's tribe will not feature, only Mirr's tribe, but it would be better to read them together, not as a stand-alone.


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After the death of her abusive mother, young Gandry Queen Tirra must return to her old tribe to save the lives of her mother's mates, who are dying without her. She and her sisters, Senri and Barqa, attempt the impossible: Bonding males who are already Bonded to another. It's the only way to save them, though it's not what the sisters wanted for themselves. As the oldest s After the death of her abusive mother, young Gandry Queen Tirra must return to her old tribe to save the lives of her mother's mates, who are dying without her. She and her sisters, Senri and Barqa, attempt the impossible: Bonding males who are already Bonded to another. It's the only way to save them, though it's not what the sisters wanted for themselves. As the oldest sister, Tirra takes the oldest males, including Coron, a stern and severe white-furred male. When she was a child, she disliked Coron and loved to pester and torment him. Now, she needs him to teach her how to mate, before time runs out. Together, they discover a power dynamic that works for them, even though it is the opposite of the relationship a Queen should have with her Bonded male. This is a 28,000-word novella that features an alien/alien couple that love only each other, though Tirra has a second Bonded male she doesn't have a romantic relationship with. Coron was previously mated to Tirra's mother, but there is no blood relation, though he treats her like a Daddy should treat his Princess. This novella follows on from Krol's Goddess, Book 5 in the main Gandry/Ruth & Gron series. Ruth's tribe will not feature, only Mirr's tribe, but it would be better to read them together, not as a stand-alone.

30 review for Tirra

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lindap

    3.50 / 4 Stars I wavered between 3 & 4 Stars. Bumped it to 4 because V.C. Lancaster did keep me wanting to turn the page and see what would happen next. Wasn't bad for such a short story. 3.50 / 4 Stars I wavered between 3 & 4 Stars. Bumped it to 4 because V.C. Lancaster did keep me wanting to turn the page and see what would happen next. Wasn't bad for such a short story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mari (Smut Duchess)

    3.0 - 3.5 ***

  3. 4 out of 5

    SMC

    Hmmm. So, ok, we’re back to the Gandry planet. I have really enjoyed the way she wrote the previous books - Ruth’s Bonded and the rest. This one ... was a little different for me. In this world, the females are very dominant, yet VC made the power dynamic between the two main characters a little different. The thing is - I am NOT A FAN of exes. Brother’s ex, sister’s ex, and in this case, essentially step father. I think it would have been better if she hadn’t given us instances when he (Coron) Hmmm. So, ok, we’re back to the Gandry planet. I have really enjoyed the way she wrote the previous books - Ruth’s Bonded and the rest. This one ... was a little different for me. In this world, the females are very dominant, yet VC made the power dynamic between the two main characters a little different. The thing is - I am NOT A FAN of exes. Brother’s ex, sister’s ex, and in this case, essentially step father. I think it would have been better if she hadn’t given us instances when he (Coron) treated Tirra like a parent would. It felt even a little taboo to the honest. Like - wanna know a fast way to kill the afterglow? Ask about his sex life with your mom, that will do it. There’s also the question of said mom. Where did she go? Why? What happened to her? I mean she was evil, but still. I did like the end. I like how their relationship evolved and what they had together. So not a bad, quick addition to the series, that basically has nothing to do with it , but by far my least favorite and the worst be with the most ick.

  4. 5 out of 5

    OneDayI'll

    Back to the beginning Mirr was a terror. Tirra left before she died with all the males, both her bonded and her sons. But her mom had picked the mountain clean of males and food. As she's working her way back down her sister, Barqa, finds her and tells her Mirr is gone, the males are all dying and the children will soon have no one to take care of them. Knowing that the dozen males dying is just another Mirr massacre, she can't leave them to die. She and the other 2 eldest sisters decide to divid Back to the beginning Mirr was a terror. Tirra left before she died with all the males, both her bonded and her sons. But her mom had picked the mountain clean of males and food. As she's working her way back down her sister, Barqa, finds her and tells her Mirr is gone, the males are all dying and the children will soon have no one to take care of them. Knowing that the dozen males dying is just another Mirr massacre, she can't leave them to die. She and the other 2 eldest sisters decide to divide the males between them and bond them to keep them alive. Queens have to be able to defend territory. She can't raise all the kids, take care of the older males and patrol, even with 2 other queens- queens who will eventually come to blows because that's just what queens do. So she takes the oldest 3, the middle sister takes the next age group and the youngest the 3 youngest males. It isn't the tribe she always wanted but at least the family will live, right? Spoilers ahead. This was poignant. We've seen things from the human POV, and the males who bonded them. But this is a strictly Gandry POV story. Mirr, the monster Alpha from Krol's Goddess, is gone. Her tribe is dying as bonded males pass without their queen. Most are too young to take care of themselves, all her daughters, and the males are trying to take care of themselves and the kids on a mountain barren of food. Tirra takes Coron, her old tormentor, Mrak, Barqa's dad, and Erin, an older male who is in really bad shape. She knows the basics of bonding, but has never done it before. And has no idea if she can even bond previously bonded males to her. She wanted love, she gets a rescue tribe of older males. One passes, another is bonded, but only one becomes her mate. She finds that her rescue mate is more than he seems and while she is queen, she can share responsibility and not be a tyrant. Tirra and Coron have a lot of healing to do, things are definitely awkward at first, and a lot of it is glossed over. We know from previous books just what occurred in the tribe so it didn't have to be rehashed. I'm not sure if the other sisters will get their own stories. It would be a nice series filler till the hybrid babies grow up. Maybe Krol's nephew will get to meet his siblings and cousins? There's still a lot of potential growth in this series, avenues to explore, a species to see recover.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lukerik

    Edgy and transgressive. Personally I think Lancaster’s short-form fiction can be a little hit-and-miss, but she’s on top form in this one. Safely clothed in science fictional metaphor, have we have a story about a young girl who wants to kill her mother and sleep with her daddy. This she proceeds to do in a number of graphic scenes. I see from the sub-title that we are technically embarking on a new series, but this follows on from the Ruth and Ronald series. I’d recommend you start there, where Edgy and transgressive. Personally I think Lancaster’s short-form fiction can be a little hit-and-miss, but she’s on top form in this one. Safely clothed in science fictional metaphor, have we have a story about a young girl who wants to kill her mother and sleep with her daddy. This she proceeds to do in a number of graphic scenes. I see from the sub-title that we are technically embarking on a new series, but this follows on from the Ruth and Ronald series. I’d recommend you start there, where there’s much to enjoy, and the psychology and physiology of the Gandry is more clearly explored. What explanation you have here is more in the nature of reminders for the reader. In many ways the book is about subversion, or perhaps inversion. The normal father/daughter relationship is subverted by Tirra and Coron, and the normal power lines of DBSM are inverted and explored. By Tirra I take it Lancaster means to suggest ‘tiara’, ie Princess and with Coron ‘Crown’, king. It’s essentially a Bildunsroman. I particularly enjoyed how the sex scenes are not gratuitous but rather drive Tirra’s character development. Clever writing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    An enjoyable sci-fi romance. This short sci-fi romance was great, with a powerful positive theme of overcoming trauma and beating your adversary by grabbing joy with both hands and living a full, good life. The development of the romantic relationship was sweet and hot. The world building was great, being woven into the story well without taking too many words. The ending was especially good, being a true Happy Ever After ending that left me with a happy glow after closing the book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    ginnie l olson

    Fun little romp in the series I've read every story in this series, this one was not my favorite, but it was fun to learn about the natives in their natural environment, without the vicious queens of course!long LEAVE the Queen!! Fun little romp in the series I've read every story in this series, this one was not my favorite, but it was fun to learn about the natives in their natural environment, without the vicious queens of course!long LEAVE the Queen!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Booklass Garrahan

    Despite the fact that this is a bit heavy on the sex scenes and lighter on plot than I like, I still really liked this. I like that the heroine became less selfish and grew up, and I really liked the hero.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Li Mei

    Short and sweet. It's a short add-on to the authors off-world alien universe, with different characters. If you like her other works, this one will not disappoint. A good read, and well worth the money. Short and sweet. It's a short add-on to the authors off-world alien universe, with different characters. If you like her other works, this one will not disappoint. A good read, and well worth the money.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lela Woodard

    Aaawww Another fabulous story by V C Lancaster. I love these Gandry stories, full of family, love, loyalty. Fun to see how this tribe made out. Especially after finding out it was Kroul’s original tribe. 🥰

  11. 4 out of 5

    Finnigan

    Thank you I love the gandry and have read through the series at least 6 times. I appreciate you giving us more in their world.

  12. 4 out of 5

    ♡♡~Cyborg-Scifi-Lover~♡♡

    Enjoyed reading this short story.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amandy Q

    Nice short novela to end a well rounded romance series I apareciste having a happy ending for Kral's old tribe as well. The novela is a nice bow tie to wrap up the series. Nice short novela to end a well rounded romance series I apareciste having a happy ending for Kral's old tribe as well. The novela is a nice bow tie to wrap up the series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Steinmeyer

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melankalia

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  18. 5 out of 5

    Meg

  19. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  20. 5 out of 5

    Belladonna

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dana

  22. 5 out of 5

    Melody Lao

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alaina

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  25. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Gulke

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristin Guidinger

  27. 4 out of 5

    Julie Bryan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jacki

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cari Ray

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shelby

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