Veraza
New Omni is currently safe, protected within the sanctuary of the ancilla forest, but the leaders of the settlement know that the murderous artificial intelligence that controls the Nexus won’t give up on its mission to destroy them. Gray has foreseen a future where he can negotiate a lasting truce with NEX, but the price of that peace is Evie. That is a price Gray is unwilling to pay, until Evie gives him no choice. Willing to sacrifice herself to save her loved ones, Evie leaves New Omni to strike a bargain with NEX. She agrees to cooperate with whatever experiments NEX has planned, in return for it ceasing its efforts to attack New Omni—a decision that comes in the nick of time. Ordered to seduce the outcast, Veraza, Evie must put aside her anger at him for his actions against her sister and the enmity he holds towards Iyaren. It is only then that she begins to see the true, tormented male beneath the hatred that shrouds him. Trapped in a cage of his own making, Veraza cannot let go of his rage, until the smart-mouthed human female is forced into his life—and his bed. His initial antipathy for Evie dissolves as her presence brightens up his prison—and her love changes his mind. Neither of them expects the passion that flares between them, but they cannot deny their feelings for long. Veraza is left facing a difficult choice, and he must make a terrible sacrifice if he wants to free the woman he loves—and return her to the mates who will stop at nothing to reclaim her and destroy NEX and all of its minions. This post-apocalyptic, parallel-dimension romance is the fifth in the Into the Dead Fall series. It is recommended that you read the other books in the series, beginning with “Into the Dead Fall,” before reading this one, as this is a continuation of the story of Evie and her mates from a previous book.

Veraza Details

TitleVeraza
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 15th, 2019
Rating
GenreScience Fiction, Aliens, Polyamorous, Reverse Harem, Romance

Veraza Review

  • Paulina Woods
    January 1, 1970
    Another lost nightI wanted to wait until my day off to read this book. I didnt make it. And I didnt even get up to eat while reading. It made me wiggle with glee at the ending.
  • Brutally Honest
    January 1, 1970
    When I started this book I was sure I was going to hate it. Evie acted completely stupidly, and it pissed me off. Once I was able to get past that moment of complete tstl, and was able to see it for what it was - a somewhat cheap plot device - things got better.I'm surprised to say Veraza managed to redeem himself in my eyes. Some of the plot was actually somewhat anticlimactic though. Veraza fell for Evie way too quickly and we barely got to read about it at all. Still, there was a lot of yummy When I started this book I was sure I was going to hate it. Evie acted completely stupidly, and it pissed me off. Once I was able to get past that moment of complete tstl, and was able to see it for what it was - a somewhat cheap plot device - things got better.I'm surprised to say Veraza managed to redeem himself in my eyes. Some of the plot was actually somewhat anticlimactic though. Veraza fell for Evie way too quickly and we barely got to read about it at all. Still, there was a lot of yummy angst there that I enjoyed a lot./Begin edit: I forgot to add that I kept being reminded of our pet cockatiel during this book lmao. Ms Trombley knows what she's talking about 😂 I really want to know how she researched this... /End editI was also supremely happy with the hea. The previous books ending with nex still in power was too stressful. I'm also glad Veraza properly joined their triad situation, but not enough time was spent to properly do that justice. I still consider him an outsider to the Doshak Gray Evie triad. I guess this is one of those books that could have benefitted from a couple of chapters "after".My notes mention a few things that I did NOT enjoy:* That extremely annoying and overused trope where women hate their husband's penis while giving birth. Wtf? My husband's penis was the freaking furthest thing on my mind while giving birth. I've never heard of this happening irl. I'm really tired of reading about it and It's. Not. Funny.* Also that really annoying trope that childbearing is somehow a different pain from any other pain in existence, and therefore not even all powerful aliens and healing spells etc can fully stop the pain? NO. Just fucking stop it! It's part of that "men can't understand pain because they haven't gone through labour" BS that really pisses me off. Add in the weak dudes wincing at their mates' sudden "superpower" because any previous action never hurt them, and I'm just so done with this trope.
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  • Carol
    January 1, 1970
    On the fence Difficult to write is what the author said in her rap up. I thought it was difficult to digest in parts. Unlike author I didn’t fall in love with the bird man, V. Do love Evie and her other mates,family. Especially her son. Wished had more about her triplets. Felt like 25% of the Nex storyline could have been deleted, and replaced with more about children, other residents of OMni, and what life is like for those that stay. Example cleared up waste, city, other compacted buildings On the fence Difficult to write is what the author said in her rap up. I thought it was difficult to digest in parts. Unlike author I didn’t fall in love with the bird man, V. Do love Evie and her other mates,family. Especially her son. Wished had more about her triplets. Felt like 25% of the Nex storyline could have been deleted, and replaced with more about children, other residents of OMni, and what life is like for those that stay. Example cleared up waste, city, other compacted buildings cleared by Grey, others. Overall I loved enough of the story, other characters to give it the rating I did.
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  • Jannie Cv
    January 1, 1970
    Edge-of-your-seat reading!The Deadfall is such a wonderland of unusual entities, many with extraordinary abilities. It is a thrill each time I enter this world to see what new beings we will encounter. “Veraza’s Choice” is an amazing example of this.Evie is a strong and loving woman. I admire her for her dedication to keeping her loved ones safe in New Omni. What an amazing strength of purpose, to leave your beloved family and put yourself into the hands of the enemy! It’s hard to fathom. Evie Edge-of-your-seat reading!The Deadfall is such a wonderland of unusual entities, many with extraordinary abilities. It is a thrill each time I enter this world to see what new beings we will encounter. “Veraza’s Choice” is an amazing example of this.Evie is a strong and loving woman. I admire her for her dedication to keeping her loved ones safe in New Omni. What an amazing strength of purpose, to leave your beloved family and put yourself into the hands of the enemy! It’s hard to fathom. Evie has such a beautiful open heart that she soon draws Veraza into that shelter. I love that her attention and their imprisonment gives Veraza reason to take a deep look at his own life; his feelings and behavior. Their story is thrilling, and often chilling, with a very satisfying ending. A must-read!
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  • erik howard
    January 1, 1970
    HEA Ending !The last book in the series . I loved them all . This book really tied up loose plots and have all the characters a happy ever ending . The world building in all of these books has been unparalleled . Evie chose to give up her freedom and her life to give her family a peaceful existence in New Omni by making a deal with Nex . The A.I.computer ,Nex, wanted to experiment with Evie as a breeder in exchange for peace . Versa was used by Nex to further these experiments . This book is HEA Ending !The last book in the series . I loved them all . This book really tied up loose plots and have all the characters a happy ever ending . The world building in all of these books has been unparalleled . Evie chose to give up her freedom and her life to give her family a peaceful existence in New Omni by making a deal with Nex . The A.I.computer ,Nex, wanted to experiment with Evie as a breeder in exchange for peace . Versa was used by Nex to further these experiments . This book is worth the read . ENJOY the FANTASY !
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  • Lenna
    January 1, 1970
    5 starsI liked this book a lot. At times it was tough to remember the backstories of all the characters, but the story of Veraza getting his HEA was really good. It was definitely not an Insta love situation since Veraza has been a villain up until now. I liked that Evie had her own agency and skill without being some too perfect character. Overall I would recommend this book to anyone who has read the whole series. It probably wouldn't make sense as a standalone.
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  • Debra Owen
    January 1, 1970
    extraordinary, complexwell you did it again Susan. I fell in love with a character that seemed completely unlovable. the growth of all the characters and resolution to the threat facing The Dead Fall was exemplary. and the children, absolutely phenomenal. the romance was grown with care and understanding. I love the fact that your aliens are just that, alien! please don't abandon this series for too long
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  • laura robinson
    January 1, 1970
    Gritty Realistic Love StoryAt first I thought this was too out there for a story. But, as I delved deeper I became addicted to the characters and their real life struggles and hard choices. Anyone who has been around the military and dealt with after effects of war recognized that loved one's change after war. True love works through that. This series was rich with character development and truly was a great adventure. Wonderfully positive and sincerely real. Loved it.
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  • Yvonne Hatcher
    January 1, 1970
    Kind of glad it’s overThis “final” book just seemed like too much of a mash up for me. It was all over the place like the author tried to throw in every imaginable plot line. I liked Evie before this story, at least more than Alice, but this book just made me hate her. Stupid decisions, impulsiveness, selfishness, and she just turned into a big ho to me. I’m glad V got a happy ending because I really wanted that for him, but all in all I just was glad it was over.
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  • Megan
    January 1, 1970
    Some good, some not greatI really love the creativity behind these settings. It outlines perfectly and gives me plenty to wonder about when not immersed. The not great things were the character's personalities. That's such a vague and blah criticism I know. It's just I wanted more of that creative flare there. Quirks, habits, etc. She does well here with a cocky dominant persona. Even some funny stuff! Just fell short for me with the women.
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  • Brandy Roseth
    January 1, 1970
    AMAZINGThis new book for In to Dead Fall was exquisite! A wonderful all encompassing thrill from start to finish. I did not want to put it down and I did not want this wonderous story to end. This tender morsel had everything from emotions, to passion, action, mystery, science, edge of your seat event's. So happy to add this to my collection. Just wonderful!
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  • LuDena Radford
    January 1, 1970
    ChoiceIn some ways this is a hard book to read and in other ways I cheered and was so happy at how things are felt with. It is hard to say too much without spoiling the fun for everyone. I Enjoyed it
  • TONGIA EVANS
    January 1, 1970
    Surprisingly good.I really liked this one and I finished it really fast. Eating up the pages and each page surprisingly good. Can't wait to read more about the future of Dead Fall.
  • Sylvia McCullers
    January 1, 1970
    Another great story ! Wow ! What an awesome imagination Ms. Trombley has . This book is so good with great characters and a storyline that covers so many emotions . I hope to hear more about the Dead Fall in future books . I guess one can never get enough of a good thing !
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  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    BittersweetSo its probably the ending. From the authors notes maybe more, maybe not. Still a good book, a great series. Drama, action, tough choices, agonizing decisions by all characters.
  • Tales Of A Bookbug
    January 1, 1970
    Another amazing book in the series! I loved Evie and Veraza in this one! The relationship between them developed so organically and in a believable manner! Hope we get to see more books in this universe!
  • Sarah Peterson
    January 1, 1970
    Captivating Truly a great book that shows the pain of letting go of a past that has turned you into a vengeance seeking missile! Written from all perspectives is hard but you don’t feel like anyone is missed out in this book!
  • Josephine Sullivan
    January 1, 1970
    AwesomeHave read all the books from this series. Have loved everyone of them. Very well written, highly recommend for you to read. The characters interact very well and can follow along very well.
  • Amber
    January 1, 1970
    I truly enjoyed this book. Evie is such a fascinating character and her strength really shined in this book. Such a great way to finish off an awesome series. 👍👍💗I truly enjoyed this book. Evie is such a fascinating character and her strength really shined in this book. Such a great way to finish off an awesome series.
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  • Theresa
    January 1, 1970
    I really like this author and this series.
  • Anita
    January 1, 1970
    This snuck up on me. I wasn't expecting another love match for Evie.
  • Jennifer Turner
    January 1, 1970
    It was okay Sadly it was about Evie but it was still a decent read I enjoyed the Varaza character so I would say check it out
  • Beverly Anderson
    January 1, 1970
    Great ReadI love these books wishing there was more. I couldn’t put them down. These books really took my imagination on a wild ride.
  • Piper
    January 1, 1970
    Good endingEvie is fighting for her family. Veraza just fight for his soul. Their .confrontation makes for a good story. Lots of suspense and action
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