Audiobook Review: Abducted by the Warrior Prince (Lunarian Warriors, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Abducted by the Warrior Prince by Roxie Ray

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I can’t let my captor claim me as his mate … no matter how much I want him … 


I’ve been swept off my feet before, and I’ve got the bruises to show just how badly that ended. I’m not about to fall at the feet of the next man – or alien – to cross my path. Especially not when he steals me away from home and wants to use me as his broodmare. 


Kloran is intense and sometimes scary. A prince of his people with a duty so deeply ingrained it’s hard to see where it ends and he begins. But the glimpses of the man beneath the hardened warrior prince make me wonder if there’s something more between us. 


I may be a slave, but in his arms I feel like his queen. And when he says he’s going to claim me as his mate, my knees go weak. But I’ve been fooled before. If I say yes to him, am I dooming myself to another hellish existence? Or could he really give me everything I ever wanted? 


Abducted by the Warrior Prince

“Out of the frying pan into another freaking frying pan.”

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😪😵‍😑🥺

The heroine: Bria – she was married and was abused by her husband. She grew up in sector six, but married a man from sector one. She didn’t look the part for sector one society (not blonde and thin), she is brunette and curvy. She was grey class and her sector one badge showed that. She shouldn’t be leaving her sector. Her badge tagged her as being from a lower class than the blue class of sector one. Leaving her husband wasn’t easy, but she wanted to get out of her marriage alive.

The Hero: Kloran – he is a prince of Lunaria and tasked with finding breeding slaves to save his species from extinction within the next generation. He purchased Bria on the breeding slave market thinking she had agreed to being a slave at auction.

The Story: Kloran and his crew find out quickly that Bria was under duress and had not agreed to her situation. They are worried that if she dies, they will not be able to buy another slave at auction and if they returned her then she might end up in a worse situation than with them.

The Lunarian’s decide that they still want to see if a woman from Earth is able to carry a half Lunarian child. Since none of their other breeding slaves have been able to get pregnant from being inceminated. Now that they know Bria is not a slave and never agreed to be in the slave auction, they have to free her but if she gets attracted to one of the Lunarian’s and the make a baby the old fashioned way, of her own free will, then all the better for them.

The book was told in dual points of view using dual narration. The narrators were Sierra Kline and Logan McAllister. I like duet narration much better where the female narrator does all the female parts and the male narrator does all the male parts. However, these two did a good job and I tend to pick books that have a male and female narrator whether it is dual or duet narration. Sierra did a great job as Bria, who is anxious and hesitant due to her abusive background.


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