Hot Aliens in battle kilts with tails!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌎
Character development: 👤👤👤👤
The setting: Space
The Hero: Raas Kratos – A Vandar Warlord and the head of a horde of warships that fight against the Zagrath empire. The Zagrath are humanoid invaders who are trying to take over the universe. The Zagrath pushed the Vandar off of their own world and now the Vandar strike back whenever possible. The Vandar have stealth technology that make their ships invisible which the Zagrath and other ships don’t have so it gives them an advantage.
The heroine: Astrid – She was the navigator on a ship that her sister won in a card game. They used it to bring Zagrath supplies from one world to another, but they are human not Zagrath. When the ship is caught in Vandar territory due to a navigational error of Astrid’s, her sister was about to be killed by the Vandar leader. Astrid steps up to take her sister’s place since she was at fault.
The Love Story: The ruthless Vandar leader decides to take Astrid instead of putting her to death. So she ends up a prisoner on his ship.
I thought this would be a good break from all the mafia romances I have been reading lately an I was right. It has been a long time since I read an alien captive romance and I really enjoyed this book. It had a terrific back story of the war between the Vandar and the Zagrath as well as a great love story between Kratos and Astrid. One thing I like about alien romance is that they can have different bodies than humans (the Vandar have very sensitive tails).
Another thing I like about these books is that they can have different technology than we have. They can have baths with four colors of water that are different heat levels and other fun things like that. They can have different food and medical technology. It is just fun to read in different ways than your standard romance novel. I really enjoyed this book and I will be reading more alien & sci-fi romance in the future.
I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.
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