- File Size: 1833 KB
- Print Length: 158 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jean D Walker (December 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0785JRRJ9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,732 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Aydarr: A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel (Sectors New Allies Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Anyway - The wards of the prison place an abducted human woman into the Badari pack territory and the story progresses from there.
What I liked:
Lots of action and mystery in the plot kept me interested.
I felt a connection with all of the characters in this book because they're all well developed with individual mannerisms and characteristics.
There was not a quick "insta-love" connection that developed between the protagonists. However the pack alpha and heroine did quickly fall in love even through the tribulations of being prisoners.
S*x scenes were spicy and detailed enough to be entertaining instead of frequent and overpowering.
World building was detailed enough to give the reader an idea of what the environment looked like but not overly done to be boring and tedious.
Editing was good.
A big surprise that I wasn't sure I liked initially:
There was one unbelievable point in the story where I had to sit back and say 'What?" "Huh!?" "How the heck does that work into the story?!" But then I asked myself - "Why not?" In other words there was this huge unexpected twist in the plot that you totally did not see coming. But it actually worked out well and I really can't say anymore without a big spoiler.
Definitely looking forward to the next book in this series. 😀
Aydarr is an awesome character. A strong leader who knows when to fight back, when to bend, and how to play the system as much as he can. He cares about his pack, especially the young ones, and is willing to sacrifice himself to save them. He has limits and morals that he won't give up on, which is great. A great man with a great body.
I'm slowly introducing myself to Ms. Scott's writing and her Sectors series. This was a great start. I loved her style and enjoyed the plot. The characters were wonderfully developed. I really enjoyed it.
Ms. Scott's tendency to "pull the silver curtain" might irritate some people, but I love how she can keep it hot anyway.
The Alien, Aydarr🐺🍆🌋🔪, is also a soldier, but he's an unwilling soldier that was bioengineered to fight, and is forced to fight in off world skirmishes with his pack of all males. His race, the Badari🐺, is all male, all warriors. They are controlled by another alien race👹 and a special bracelet that cannot be removed.
The pack is left to roam in a nature preserve as primitive hunters inbetween wars they are dispatched to fight.
The bracelet summons the pack to a headquarters when they are needed to be sent somewhere to fight. Jill💋 is the first female to ever be sent among them. Was her insertion into the pack a mistake or was it done on purpose?
There is a lot of world building and good descriptions of the Alien men🐺, alien technology, and alien creatures👹. I liked the book immensely because there is a lot going on all the way through. The book📑 ends in kind of a cliffhanger, which paves the way for the next book📑!