Review: Songs of the Earth (Sumerian’s Sons #2) by Lexi Ander

This is the second Printbook in the Sumeria’s Sons series. They need to be read in order.

About the book:
Tristan has found out about his heritage and plans on embracing it, even if a lot of things are still in the dark. He also accepted he’s deeply in love with Ushna, whom he calls his husband.
The urge to claim Ushna as his own rides him strong, but he can’t do that, since the man is not his Twin Flame. If he’d do it, he’d sentence Ushna to be alone in his future lifes. It has to be enough for him to have Ushna by his side in the present. The world around them is dangerous, with threats coming up left and right, but Tristan, together with Ushna, stands up and fights.
But then the Gods approach him to do something he’d never even dreamt off. 

My thoughts about it: I loved it as much as the first one. It sometimes moved so fast, I had to go back and reread, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying it. Picking up where the first book ended, this book grabbed me from the first line and held my attention to the end. I can only say it again: Go get your copy and read it.

My rating: 5 out of 5 Stars


Official info:


Thrust into the role of Prince of the Lycans, Tristan strives to find his footing in a life suddenly rife with secrets and lies—and danger. Betrayed by a Goddess meant to safeguard him, desperate to protect his consort and their growing tribe, he can only prepare for the worst and struggle to hope.
And then the worst comes to kill them…

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Review: Twin Flames (Sumerian’s Sons #1) by Lexi Ander

I have no idea why I haven’t read a book from Lexi before. I’ll work my way through her other books now since I had no idea what I’ve missed 🙂

I received my ARC for the third book in this series, but I realized after the first page that this was a series (I should really start to pay more attention).

Since the books need to be read in order, I started with book one and I’ll try to review this book without giving away spoilers:

Tristan gets hurt by the one person who’s supposed to love him unconditionally, his Twin Flame. Only Ushna, his best friend, is there for him in that dark time and helps him survive. 

Years later, Tristan finally finds the love again, but all he can have is a shadow of what he was supposed to have with his Twin Flame. It’s better than nothing, but still not the same as with his Twin Flame, even if it makes him happy.

But with happiness comes trouble. Big trouble. Nothing in Tristan’s life is as it was, and big relevations test him and the new love he just found.

My thoughts about it: I  simply couldn’t stop. I totally got lost in Tristan and Ushna’s world. I did nothing but read. My fingernails suffered with Tristan. Other parts were just funny, Tristan’s dry humor coming out. I might have embarrassed myself with laughing out loud in a dentist’s waiting room (I was not alone!). It’s great to see Tristan slowly coming back to his former self, and to see the new love grow. And Tristan’s seduction tactics were simply too funny (That might have been one of the parts that made me laugh out loud.).

The book is well written, well edited, and fast paced. I simply loved it. Buy it today and get lost in Tristan’s world. You won’t regret it. Book Two is also available, my review of it coming in the next days.

My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

I’ve added the general info for you:



A Lycan descendant of Gilgamesh and Enkidu, Tristan is not as extraordinary as his ancestors. He is an average warrior, unremarkable throughout. But this fact does not trouble him because he has found his Twin Flame, the one person destined to be his, who will love him unconditionally, life after life.

 Then his Flame betrays him, leaving him shattered and dying. Brokenhearted, Tristan dissolves the sacred bond and leaves. His best friend, Ushna, accompanies him, vowing to guard and protect him, and Tristan slowly comes to realize that love does not require a sacred bond.

 But if he hopes to keep the love he chooses, they will first have to survive ancient secrets, lies, mythical creatures, and the return of absent gods…

Note: This book was previously released by another publisher. It has been revised and re-edited for release with Less than Three Press.


Publisher: Less Than Three Press:

Release Date: October 1, 2014

Cover Artist: London Burden

Genre: Fantasy/Gay

ISBN: 9781620044353

Available in both ebook and print here:

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