The feral fighter
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏🌎
Character development: ☹️🙃☺️🥰
Narration Type: Dual Narration
Sophie and Caul – Sophie is from the group of human women rescued before they were put up for auction in Damaged. Caul is the feral, battle hardened slave that was also held in a cage in the same warehouse to be sold as a fighter for the underground fighting rings. When the Kalixian’s rescued them, Caul had to be tranquillized so he didn’t hurt himself or any of the rest of them.
Once they arrive on Kalix and Sophie is given a place to live, she doesn’t feel comfortable anywhere in the city, she is only at ease in one place. The holding area where the feral alien is being kept. She doesn’t know why she feels that way, but is drawn to the place. At first she just wanted to make sure he was treated ok, but she kept returning.
This book was told in dual points of view and narrated by C.J.Grey and Joy Beharie. C.J. Grey is great as usual, though I didn’t really like Joy’s voice. It is funny, all the other books so far were narrated by C.J. and Meg Price and I didn’t really like Meg’s voice at the beginning, but grew to like it after a few books, now I was used to her and didn’t really like the new one. I think she was just too loud and she had a southern accent, which I don’t mind at all, I think it was her tempo or something.
This was a good story, like most in the series so far. I like the fierce and feral Hero and the meek human female story. It was so hot in the escape from the warehouse when Caul gets out and goes up against all the guards and kills the majority of them. Caul was very large and strong and he was a trained fighter, so he was a great Hero. This book was super steamy and romantic.
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