Her Alien Prince!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: ☹️🙃☺️🥰
Narration Type: Dual Narration
Emma and Prince Khrelan – Emma was sold to aliens by her government in exchange for alien technology. Along with the other women that were sold, they were rescued by Kalixian warriors, another race of aliens, that are more humanoid. That is aside from their golden bronze skin and horns. Though Emma didn’t have a great life on Earth and was working herself to the bone for a tiny apartment and just trying to make ends meet.
So when they are taken to Kalix and put up at a fancy apartment at no charge while the prince decides what to do with the women, which is made harder by the fact that some of them have mated to Kalixians, Emma doesn’t mind at all and hopes they can stay. She likes the Kalixians she has met and it seems that the fact that some have mated to humans and at least one of the women is pregnant, this seems to be the solution that works best for both races. Especially since the Kalixian females have mostly died out.
So when Prince Khrelan asks Emma to stay at the palace in order to learn more about humans and make a more informed decision, Emma has no choice to go. She had seen the prince once before and liked how handsome and strong he was. He was orphaned at twelve and became the ruler, he can’t be crowned King until he mates.
Khrelan and Emma discover very quickly that they are fated mates. However, the prince is advised soon after that his world is in turmoil. Some of the men thinking that the females from Earth are the solution to their problems and the saviors of the race, while others think that mixing the two races dilutes their own and it is better to die out gracefully than to weaken their race by mixing with humans. So the prince is determined to stay away from Emma. Of course he can’t seem to do that no matter how hard he tries.
The book is told in dual points of view via dual narration. It was narrated by Meg Price and C.J. Grey. Meg does a good job and I actually like her ‘male’ voice better than her ‘female’ voice which sounds a tiny bit whiny. C.J. Grey is great and has a deep masculine voice which is perfect for the Prince. The story in this book wasn’t my favorite, I guess I didn’t like all the politics and the detractors. Though I loved that Prince Khrelan stands up for his woman like he does.
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