Audiobook Review: Lunarian Warriors: Books 4-7. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Lunarian Warriors: Books 4-7 by Roxie Ray

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A SciFi Alien Romance. 

Aliens kidnapped and tortured me, so how can I trust that an alien wants to protect me? 

Evil aliens plucked me from Earth and did terrible things. My alien rescuers say they want to help, but my body can’t help but shy away. But the more Coplan helps me recover, the more my mind starts to open up. He promises me that the sooner I tell him about what happened, the sooner I can go home. 

But going home means forgetting all about Coplan. The other Lunarians call him cold, but around me he’s warmth and heat and love. When he looks at me, it’s real, and I didn’t have that back on Earth where my life was carefully constructed perfection. 

I’m torn. I’m an influencer with millions of fans and my family back home who are sure to miss me, but I don’t know if my heart will ever recover from losing Coplan. And choosing to stay with him would be the biggest risk I’ve ever taken. Am I ready to be the mate of an alien warrior?  

Lunarian Warriors: Books 4-7

Her Healing Warrior
Political implications of abducted humans

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

The heroine: Savannah – Like in books 1-3, Savannah came from Earth of the future, where people and geography of the earth is separated into sectors and colors. The gold and blue sectors are the top tier and the grey class of sector 6 is the bottom, though below even that is the work camps of sector 5 where people get sent when they can’t pay their bills. They don’t even have a class. Savannah and sister Atlanta are gold class social media influencers for the sectors. Though they have become disenchanted with the class systems and their own popularity especially considering they post themselves going to all sorts of high class events when there are grey class people who can’t even feed their families.

The Hero: Coplan – He is one of the ‘healers’ on the Lunarian warship. He disappointed his family when he became a healer (a.k.a. Doctor) instead of a warrior because healers were considered soft and the fact that he would be healing people of a lower class than him was looked down upon by the higher classes like the one he was born into.

The Story: Savannah and Atlanta are the most popular influences but hate the government and the sector system. They wanted to donate their salaries to the grey class but the government wouldn’t allow that. They often talk about how disillusioned they are with their lot in life. They are often photographed eating and drinking, but they have to make up for it with strenuous exercise to keep their thin figures.

While out on an influencer party to celebrate separation day, which marks the anniversary of the day that their world was separated into sectors. The girls don’t see their future as very bright as they get older and their popularity will start to fade. They were the last to leave the celebration when the grey class protesters broke through the window of the club and their guards leave them to check out the situation. That is when they are abducted by the same alien that abducted Bria in book 1, Abducted by the Warrior Prince, with apple pie a ‘la mode, which they were starving for.

The story was told in dual points of view using dual narration, where the female narrator does all the narration in the chapters told from a female point of view and the male narrator does all the narration of the chapters told from a male point of view. The narrators were Sierra Kline and Logan McAllister who both have great voices and do a terrific job. Sierra Kline is great at showing emotion through her voice, especially anxiety, fear, passion and anger.

I liked the fact that Coplan is very moral and determined to think of Savannah as a patient only and not to get interested her like some of the other men on the ship had done with previous humans they had rescued. Especially since becoming mates with a human is no longer just a matter of saving their race, but because some jealous Lunarian women have made the whole issue political including the woman who headed up the specters (Lunarian spies). She is heading up the push to send all human woman back to Earth.

Her Secret Champion
“Out of one cage and straight into another!”

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

The heroine: Atlanta – twin sister to Savannah from Her Healing Warrior. Atlanta was also a social media influencer for the sectors on Earth and she disliked posting propaganda for the Government but was forced into it by her parents. The sisters were abducted by aliens together, and while Savii was sold to the Rutharians, Atlanta was placed on a prison planet called Nightmoor.

The Hero: Apex – Apex worked as a specter (Lunarian Spy) and was the best of the lot, though he didn’t always agree with the things his leader Lady Idria did. He knew she had her own interests in mind with the things she did, not the interests of Lunaria. However, she was good at convincing the high council that what she wanted was right for the country. Now Idria plans to become queen of the Rutharians and name herself queen of Lunaria as well. Apex is the one specter working with the warriors from the previous books.

The Story: Atlanta was brought to the prison planet Nightmoor to be a dancer for Queen Leija. Atlanta hated performing for others on Earth and hates the fact that she is doing much of the same on Nightmoor. At some point she rebels and is thrown into the dungeon where Apex finds her. He has come to rescue her.

I really enjoyed the last few books, especially Her Healing Warrior and I couldn’t wait for the story of Apex and Atlanta. This was told in dual points of view with dual narration by Sierra Kline and Gregory Kellen. Sierra Kline has done all the prior books and I enjoy her voice. Gregory Kellen is new and I didn’t really like his voice for Apex who is a deadly spy. I liked the deeper voice of Logan McAllister who did the previous four books. I think it would have worked better for Apex. I also didn’t like the voices Gregory used for the supporting characters Gallix and Ronan. He is one of those narrators who uses different voices that sound like cartoon villains.

Apex has been searching for Atlanta for too long. First out of duty and more recently it was more like an obsession. It has made him feel much more than he is comfortable with, since specters are taught at an early age not to feel. I was a bit disappointed in Atlanta as well, she came across more like a spoiled brat than a strong heroine.

I think mainly because they didn’t show a valid reason why Atlanta tried to kill the queen and chose to stay in the dungeon rather than apologize and eat a bit of crow. If there was more background showing her being abused or something by the queen. Instead it seemed like she just didn’t want to dance for the queen at parties, which seemed a small price to pay for being safe, unlike her sister who was held and repeatedly raped by various Rutharians.

I was also surprised that Apex didn’t seem to be the strong intelligent alpha male that I though he would be. He was really under the thumb of Lady Idria, and admitted to basically always doing what she told him to. Like he was as much a slave as anything. Though he was a master spy and assassin, I had to wonder why he didn’t just kill Idria and be free.

Her Fearless Warrior
Gallix and Eve on planet Edon

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💚🖤💙❤️💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘📔
World building: 🪐🛸🚀☄️
Character development: 🤖👽🥰👽🥹

The heroine: Eve – She was born in the work camps of sector five of Earth in the near future. She was woken one morning by sirens, taken and lined up with other women from the bunkhouse and she speaks up when one of the other women is mistreated. Eve ends up agreeing to be part of the alien slave trade, which was more like indentured surrogacy. Though where she was living was worse than what they proposed.

The Hero(es): Gallix – he has appeared in the last few books as a young warrior, strong and able. He was a relentless flirt and has sex on the brain all the time. He is charged with meeting up with the first slave ship off of Earth and it is up to him and Ronan to verify the females are actually volunteers. Gallix sees pictures of the three women from Earth, and immediately falls for Eve.

The Story: Gallix and Eve become friendly from the start. Eve starts to worry that something is up with the alien slave trade because the women sign up to carry be artificially inseminated and carry three babies before they are released and they will be paid. However, when they were chosen, they were chosen because they were virgins. So why would the wealthy Lunarians care if they were virgins if they were being artificially inceminated?

I really enjoyed the fact that the storylines change in each book. There have been stories running through the series but none take over the entire series. The first few books had the storylines about saving humans from the Rutharians and the fact that the people of Lunaria’s feelings toward the human females went from welcoming to antipathy.

The next few books had lady Idria leading that charge and doing some very shady things to turn things to her favor. She put her plans into place to become queen of both the Rutharians and the Lunarians. This book changed back to the freeing of humans in captivity and the main characters end up stranded on planet Edon due to something new happening on Lunaria. There is the added problem of gravitational time dilation, which means that time on that planet moved differently than on other planets due to the size of the planet so every day they spent on Edon, a year went by on Lunaria.

Like the previous book, the narration was done by Sierra Kline and Gregory Kellen, though Gregory Kellen did a much better job on this book. The last book he did the voice of Gallix in a very fake sounding voice and in this book he had a deep commanding voice that fit Gallix perfectly. The book was in dual narration which isn’t my favorite, but better than most.

Her Fated King
“Action changes lives, fate is just whatever happens when those with power refuse to act!”

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💚🖤💙❤️
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘📔
World building: 🪐🛸🚀☄️
Character development: 😌👽😤👽😘

NOTE: This review contains spoilers from the end of the previous book.

The heroine: Alora – she left her family on Earth and is on her way to Lunaria to marry King Brixta and become the Queen in order to save the people of earth. If she doesn’t marry him and please him, she knows thousands of grey class citizens will die. Her brother Nox is next in line for the human presidency, which is not a good thing given the state of the sectors. Their father is president and not a good man. Alora and her brother have plans to make change on both Lunaria and Earth.

The Hero(es): Ronan – Ronan is a Lunarian warrior of a different race. He is orange like the majority of the Lunarians, though he has four arms. He was stranded on Edon for 15 days and in that time, 15 Lunarian years had passed and things on Lunaria have changed quite a bit. King Brixta now has a harem though Ronan is duty bound to bring Alora to Lunaria to become Brixta’s bride.

The Story: Ronan has returned to Lunaria to find that the place is nothing like what he expected. The place is full of humans and Lunarians. King Brixta is a fat bas-turd and happy with a harem of human wives (slaves) who are forced to stay naked at all times and have been abused in many ways. Polygamy is now legalized for Brixta. Brixta imprisoned the high council and claimed all the human females for himself. Jointly Lunaria and Earth now rule the Galaxies. Though females do work in pleasure houses throughout Lunaria.

I was waiting on this one, because of Ronan and the fact that he has four arms. I don’t know how funny that would actually look, but I suppose sexy times would be a lot more fun with all of those hands in the mix. I did not really like Ronan for much of the last book. He was a bit stiff and unyielding. Though he was interesting and I was curious about the dreams he was having after he found the worship cave on Edon that showed drawings of a man with 4 arms that looked like Ronan being crowned as King.

I liked how each of the books in this series took a different direction and how Lunaria changed throughout the series. This one has King Brixta wanting his true queen brought from Earth to Lunaria and it turns out she is the human Ronan has dreamed about. Though I didn’t like some of the things that happened in this one, especially to some of the characters from the previous books. Though I did love how Alora turned out to be stronger than I thought and the story was very good.


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