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Alien Warrior's Captive Bride: A SciFi Alien Romance (Draconian Warriors Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 10 in Draconian Warriors
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- File Size : 2581 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 220 pages
- Publication Date : August 21, 2018
- ASIN : B07GRD6CLJ
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
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- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,163 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I am going to read the next in the series and I hope it is more descriptive.
Hope is on route to become a bride for a Talador alien when herself and over a hundred others are kidnapped by another alien ship ruled by a squid like crew. When she stands up for a group of young women, she finds herself stuffed into a pod and jettisoned into outer space.
Larok, a Draconian warrior, discovers her escape pod and is astonished to find a human queen inside, one that will change his life forever.
Fast paced read with plenty of action. Loved the characters and totally enjoyed the storyline. Definitely a 5* read for me!
What I didn't like? Author needs an editor badly. Many, many sentences in all ten books have missing words, used the wrong word, or had words that were misspelled. One of the groups of aliens (can't remember exactly; House of ???) added an extra letter to their house name in the next book, then took it away again. The mistakes took me out of the story over and over again. Author makes easy-to-check mistakes like saying 20 klicks (kilometers) is more than 30 miles. Uh, no. More like 12.4 miles. The cover photos are all of the same guy with long, white hair, yet only one of the heroes had hair at all. The guys are all obsessed with having children. By the tenth novel, (SPOILER!) we're talking eight between his hatchlings and her babies, all hatched/born at the same time. It was kind of odd that none of the women said, "Hey, can we maybe wait a month or two and enjoy getting to know each other before adding additional family members into the mix?" And in some instances, the women were interchangeable, using the same expressions, same pet names for their guys, exact same sex scenes. I kept telling myself it would be hard to write ten books about ten different women and have them be entirely different, but It still got old and made me skip pages.
Anyway, my opinion is that these are good stories that need editing (not only grammar, spelling, and continuity, but also to help the author make one novel distinctive enough from the next). Your call if you think you can overlook the editing issues to enjoy the books.
>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the 1st in the Draconian Warrior series and ends in an HEA. This new universe has the Earth ruined by pollution, causing the women to volunteer to be alien brides in order to escape the planet. The aliens exist under a peaceful agreement on Earth’s side of the universe. The far side of the universe is less friendly. Hope is on her way to her alien mate’s planet when her ship is attacked and all of the women on board are captured. They are abused and taken to the far universe. Zarok, a Draconian on the far side, notices the new ship appear and an escape pod is dispatched. He grabs the pod and finds Hope. All women to these Draconians are queens. All the queens on this side of the universe are cruel and cannot be with any other women. They mistreat the men, who all take their abuse for some reason.
>Hope treats Larok with kindness. She shows him true love and leads his people to freedom. I love the scenes where the Draconians are surprised by the kindness shown them. I disliked the slang the women used to speak to the Draconians. Knowing a race of people can’t understand you, why would you use the phrase “It’s not my first rodeo”?
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 4 stars. I wish Zarok would behave a bit more alpha and less as a submissive.