Synnr's Saint (Zulir Warrior Mates) Paperback – May 13, 2020
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Oz may look like her abductors but he is nothing like them on the inside. His planet is split by morals and outlook rather than what they look like. The Apsyns are deplorable xenophobes. Oz and his team are much happier to have a wider pool of people to attempt to find a mate with.
But Oz missteps in his plans to rescue the Earthlings from their captivity when he tries to "buy" his human flier! Now he's going to have to work even harder to get her to trust him!
Emily and the others; Lena, Luci, Zac & Joel soon find themselves rescued but are they really any better off?
I loved that Emily was able to use her education as a lawyer on Earth in her new found freedom. Her gymnastics may have saved her butt but it's her mental talents that are just as much use in her new normal! Oz makes a bit of a hash of rescuing his potential mate and I love how he has to essentially grovel to get her back. They abilities they share later are amazing! The little twist of the Earthlings capture was one I did not see coming.
Oz is a pretty average soldier living a pretty normal life besides the whole inter-species divide that has them at war thing, and I think that might be what had me adoring his story the most. It's a nod to the notion that everyone has a destiny and sometimes it might be something completely different than what you could have dreamed.
Emily, in contrast, was a pretty stellar example of a human. I really liked her stubborn side and the fact that she never lost herself despite all that happened. She and Oz made a great opposites pairing in my opinion.
Anyhow, if you like aliens (with wings, lets not forget the electric wings), feisty heroines far from home, action and adventure, some really awesome romance, a little bit of steam, and an all around entertaining new universe, this is a book you should pick up. I look forward to Solan's book next!
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