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Claimed (Brides of the Kindred book 1): (Alien Warrior Science Fiction Romance) by [Anderson, Evangeline]
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WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING ABOUT CLAIMED
 
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Claimed has proven to be a great start to a brand newparanormal/erotic/science fiction romance series, Brides of the Kindred. Thereis the promise of some serious sizzle between the sheets of our maincharacters. This book is used as an introduction to the Kindred race, as wellas some super nasty alien invaders called the Scourge. The nastiest of which isthe All Father.
 
In this book we meet the human brides; Olivia Waterhouse,her twin Sophia Waterhouse, their best friend Katrina O'Connor; then we meetthe Kindred; Baird, beast kindred and Sylvan, blood kindred. All of thesecharacters play an integral part in the entire series.
 
Olivia has just finished nursing school and looking forwardto beginning her career. Those plans fall short when she is chosen to be thebride of Baird.
 
The rules are simple, the bride has 30 days to get to knowher groom and in the end of the 30 days if they have not mated, she's free toreturn to earth. Sounds simple right, if only that were so.
 
Enjoy the beginning adventures of what look to be some greatcharacters in this new series.
 
I've been sinking my teeth into them and loving every minuteof it. Why don't you join me on an excellent adventure in this whole new series?

WILL READ FOR FEELS...
 
Talk about a hot, hot read! Evangeline Anderson hitsyou in the heart by way of your panties in Claimed, the first novel of herBrides of the Kindred series. This is a veritable one-handed read, so ifsizzling sex scenes are likely to leave you hot and bothered, I'd suggestreading this in the comfort of your home--to be specific, in your bedroom. Withthe lights off (unless you need them to read with). And no clothes on.
 
JUST TALKING BOOKS
 
This was my very first book by Ms Anderson and it has led meon to read a whole lot more! There are many authors who write sexy sci-fistories featuring aliens, needing females but this series has always been fullof unique and quirky twists. The author seems to have a never ending cache ofsexy ideas to set her readers (or listeners) pulses racing. Yes this is a verysteamy book but it's also the beginning of what is a truly remarkable series.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 2377 KB
  • Print Length: 327 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: E.A. Publishing; 1 edition (February 9, 2011)
  • Publication Date: February 9, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004N62M26
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,153 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I just finished reading Claimed , the first in a new series written by Evangeline Anderson.
Now honestly, I"m very particular about my reads, and I want the books I like to get my attention by the first 5 pages, if not then
I will probably not finish it . This story not only grabs your attention . It keeps it. The main characters of Baird the kindred warrior, and Olivia will have you laughing grumbling and cheering for them as they move in the complicated and timeless dance of mating. Evangeline Anderson has made this book sizzle. And I will enjoy reading this one over and over agin. And I can"t wait for the next book !
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As you can see that this book is free, one of the reasons that I grabbed it. The other reason was I my curiosity peeked about the Sci-fi Romance. Who knew that was a thing, well I didn’t until I read this book and it got me hooked. I am now obsessed with Sci-fi (Alien) Romance along with books about the Apocalypse Romance. It all started with this book, can you believe it?

Evangeline Anderson was the first Erotica Author that I laid my eyes on. (All mainly thanks to a friend on tumblr who got me reading the smutt in the first place.) But I ranted and raved about this book to my family, even though it has sex in it. I am one of those readers, if I like something a lot I tell everyone about it.

I also told all my tumblr friends about this book and told them to get it and read it. I could not help myself. Olivia is such a great character, very stubborn and hard headed. Braid was definitely in for a treat when it comes to trying to claim that spit-fire.

The main reason Olivia was so against the claiming was because she wanted to stay with her twin sister. But who would blame her? I mean to be told that you have to leave your home and friends to live on a spaceship in space would totally be hard to swallow.

I want so bad to tell you all about this book but then I would be giving out spoilers, and I hate spoilers.

So instead what I am going to say is, fellow Alien lovers will love this series. But cation, it will suck you in. Then you will be stuck on being obsessed about a new series and author.
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3.5 out of 5 stars

I really liked this story but I did have some issues with it.

What I liked:
1. I liked Baird first and foremost. He really made the whole story for me - if he hadn't been the kind, patient and loyal man he was I probably wouldn't have liked the book too much. He loved Olivia and wanted nothing but to please her. The great part about that is that he didn't change who he was to do that. He didn't become some mush-mouthed, google-eyed, lovesick man who would do anything for his woman. It was all within reason and because he stood up for who he was and didn't take too much crap from Olivia I liked him all the more.

2. The world of the Kindred was pretty cool. They had traded info and technology with other worlds and because of this they had invented some items that I wish we had on Earth now. Like the TakeMe which is an animal with two heads (one on either side of its body) that can grow or decrease in size. It is kind of like a transport system around Baird's ship and can even eventually know its "riders" thoughts. There were other cool gadgets as well but you'll have to discover

3. The other Kindred who all seem to be huge warriors but with good hearts and souls...for aliens. :)

What I didn't care for:
1. Olivia. I understood her desire to stay on Earth and continue in her chosen field (she had just graduated from nursing school) and to stay with her friends and her twin sister, but when push came to shove and she started to give in to Baird sexually, she blamed him. Ok, yes, if it wasn't for Baird she wouldn't be his "bride" at all but when she begged him to fulfill her needs she didn't get mad at herself for almost giving in, she blamed him like it was his fault she couldn't control herself.
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While I was reading this, it didn't seem so bad. It even seemed worth the dollar. Then, I escaped. Now that I'm free, I realize that this is quite possibly the worst thing that has ever happened to me.

The tale starts with some weak and vague back story, about how the Kindred saved Earth from the Scourge, for the low low price of our ladies. There exist three kinds of Kindred. The Beast Kindred are larger, angrier, and have penises that swell up so that they get stuck to their gals while they Forever Bond. The Tranqs are basically alien vampires. The Twins are exactly as kinky and incestuous as they sound.

Olivia is a twin and is "drafted" to be with Baird, a pretty typical paranormal alpha male. He's been tortured, but visions of her saved him. Yawn. Think Zsadist of J.R. Ward's BBD without the interesting parts. Olivia goes up into the space station and what little campy fun plot we had going for us... stops. Nothing happens. There are some animals that conveniently serve as household appliances... and um... that's all. The rest of the book is Baird trying to woo Olivia, while she refuses, because she doesn't want to give up her old life. She never suggests a compromise, though she clearly has feelings for him. She's just a royal snot through the entire thing and tells him how much he sucks while he kisses her ass. Then nothing happens. A drop of conflict occurs. We never really see our blurry nemesis, because he's not sexy, then we go back to redundant sex scenes where Olivia acts like a bitch. The story ends. That was the best part... when the story ended.
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