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- Print Length: 88 pages
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- Publication Date: May 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WZZAO36
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Hunted By Treaty (Alien Shapeshifter Romance) (Qui Treaty Collection Book 4) Kindle Edition
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As has been the case since the first book, this one is perfect in every way. The characters are richly portrayed and make you like them from the moment you meet them. The story while similar to the others is just different enough to keep the interest in what is happening in that world. I was immediately drawn into the story and the lives of the people on this new planet with a twist. I really like this series because the characters are so interesting and full of contradictions. They hate what they love and cannot fully reconcile the feelings sometimes but still move forward.
Raiss Tyrone escapes from his K'lahn captors and goes on the run in hopes of getting back and rescuing his team. He finds himself on a planet inhabited by humans and K'lahn seeming to work together. What he has found are some of those originally abducted from Earth in the first K'lahn raids and taken to be used as slaves in the mines on this planet. As he makes his way across the planet he finds only a lone half-breed girl willing to help him.
Crendea is the child of a human woman and K'lahn man. She hates what she is because she feels that she can never be accepted by humans or K'lahn's fully. She has been able to keep from changing through sheer will but when she becomes stressed it becomes harder to do so. When she spots Raiss her first thought is to help him get away before he can be captured by the Qui who have come for him. She does not expect him to be much different from those she knows but finds someone who seems to understand who she is and how she feels.
The men here are all Alpha males but they also have a soft side, they actually cry, which can be sexy in its own way. The women are usually very strong, and this is no exception because she lives her life being mostly shunned but does so with dignity. The heat level was taken down just a bit but the story made up for it. Do Not miss this!
As usual there is a high level of sexuality in all the Qui / human interactions and it is definitely for those over 18. Very intense.
As previously mentioned, this is not a series I would have picked up for myself; only through a recent reading review event did I get the opportunity to get my hands on these books and be given a real quick eye opener and become a fan. This series is really good and addicting. So if you are looking for something different, grab yourself a copy and get to reading.
Now, with respect to this particular book, like all others of her series, you get drawn in right off the bat. It is fast-paced and a quick read. I love the characters and where she was going with the book. It’s worth noting that the book is meant to be a standalone novella and yet ends with what appears to be a cliffhanger. I don’t mind cliffhangers; I know of many others though can’t be bothered with them. Suck it up is all I have to say to them lol. I loved the ending and had hoped it would end how it did...so can’t wait to see what happens next.
There is just so much going on in this short novella that I felt that there were areas lacking in sufficient details/descriptions that would help with a better understanding of the other alien forms they come up against, as well as the environment in which this book takes place. With that being said, it would also be a much better idea for the reader to start at the beginning of the series and work their way towards this one; specially since this is a continuation of the series. I think this will make it a much smoother read for all.
Like the other stories in this series, a prisoner of war doesn't know a treaty has been signed, and the war is over. Each POW reacts in their own way, and is found in different circumstances... in the case of Tyrone not only do we see his inner strength from the start, but also his physical strength and determination.
I received this story from the author's newsletter, and wanted to post an honest review, in part because each story captures the sense of military service, touches on PTSD, and subtlety works in a lot of moments and character traits such that I come out of even a short novella that was a fast paced quick read feeling like I just read an entire book full of wonderful characters dealing with some very real issues in some extraordinary ways and places.
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This was a really interesting book to read.Read more
It was so-so. A lot of action, but not much plot. Mostly alien-human sex.
I don't think I'll be buying any of the series.Read more