- File Size: 2373 KB
- Print Length: 164 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (September 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075JRYKS5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,424 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Krinar Chronicles: The Krinar Experiment (Kindle Worlds) Kindle Edition
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I love sci-fi and lately I've been enjoying some sci-fi romance. This book was well written for the most part, but I found the "hero" to be an ass for most of the book.
He asked a human female to get him out of the door of his cell in the basement of a military government agency and then obsessed over how she did it and made him feel betrayed by it. Get over yourself.
I Was so very angry about his inability to think about how she could've freed him in any other way that I thought about how I would react to him telling me that everything out my mouth about that event was a lie. I would have come up with a question for him to seriously think about while he held me prisoner. How does a frail human female overcome human males stronger than herself and with weapons too in order to get a Krinar prisoner out of his cell? And she still couldn't do by herself, she had to beg a guard to help her free him. I consider Drako an ass and he should worship Isle forever for forgiving his STUPIDITY!
It really didn't disappoint.
Firstly, major plus: the story is set in South Africa. The Krinar's arrival is a global phenomenon, and I'm really glad that some authors decided to speak about what happened in the rest of the world. I love that while it's certainly a sci-fi romance, you can genuinely get a feel for the country - and its corruption.
I hate giving spoilers, reviews should definitely be more about what I thought about the book. I was entertained through it all, and generally at the edge of my seat. I wanted to slap this Krinar - the fact that he was a younger Krinar did somewhat explain why he was so hot headed, but damn, I was like, "check the damn facts!!!"
The way misunderstandings complicated everything is deliciously frustrating. I think she should have made him grovel a little more, though :P
Overall, it's an awesome Krinar story, and I shall definitely check out more of Charmaine Pauls' books in the future!
Charmaine is an excellent writer and storyteller, but for me, her true superhero talent lies in her ability to write filthy, kinky sex scenes—often peppered with foul, crass language (my favorite kind)—and somehow present it in a way that’s so dignified and almost innocent that I imagine Charmaine writing them from a café table in Paris while sipping her morning latte.
Kind of like how Audrey Hepburn made being a hooker in NYC look regal in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
However and wherever she does it, they're hot, and I'm a huge fan. The scorching scenes in this book are actually more tame by Charmaine standards. If you'd like to feel dignified and innocent while reading about a woman being held captive by a ruthless gangster and whipped to orgasm in a book that somehow manages to make you feel like these two are the most adorable "Awww" couple by its end, then I highly recommend her fabulous pearl-clutcher, Dubious (The Loan Shark Duet, Book 1).
Great story telling + great writing + super hot finger-licking good alien erotica. You're totally my hero, Charmaine.
No spoilers in my review. I enjoyed Charmaine Pauls, The Krinar Experiment, I will be reading it again for sure. Serious tone to this one should be no surprise if you read the blurb, but I still enjoyed it. The writing is polished and professional, which was lovely. But I do take spoilers seriously so, I will simply add: The chemistry and passion between them is well written. The wrap up was satisfying.
I bought a copy of the book to thank and support the author Charmaine Pauls, (I will be looking for her other work).
Thank you, Charmaine!
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