Reva is a slave who serves as a nanny for an insect-type family who may, at a moment's notice, kill her.
When a wan arrives in her home and buys her, Reva doesn't know what to think. Soon she learns the purchase was the best day of her life.
Enjel has been looking for her for years. She is just what the Sector Guard needs to fight its battle. Not just that, he believes they are meant to be together.
Regardless, he intends to let her make her own decisions and he gives her, her freedom.
Free for the first time in her life, Reva has much learning to do. For example she can't read. Nor has she had relations with a man that were actually fun. All this and Sector Guard work to do too.
But Reva is a natural and quickly becomes an asset to the team. When a makeover turns her into a sought after woman, Enjel worries that she will forget him.
What will happen when Reva is free to make her own choices?
Seering Order is book 4 of the Sector Guard. Running at 77 pages it's a quick read that can stand alone.
There is a lot of world-building, so like many sci-fi, fantasies, I suspect you will get more drawn in as the worlds and rules become more clear.
Reva has spent her life in servitude, her commanding voice her largest asset. When an Enjel swoops her off and away from her life as a nanny, she has a choice. Blinding and unfocused freedom, or life as a Sector Guard. Seer is her companion, and he wants to move up to lover, but as Order becomes comfortable with her new job, she has to think things through. She has to face her lack of education, social skills and romantic entanglements, and she has to do it fast before her Enjel loses patience.