The Alien’s Undoing by Ella Maven
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Exciting Journey on an alien world!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😟👽😘👽
Narration Type: Dual Narration
The heroine: Reba – she was kidnapped from her bed by aliens and taken to a distant galaxy, dumped on an alien planet where a bunch of massive muscular aliens with horns, tails and huge fangs decimated the group of aliens that brought human women to the planet and grabbed the women, put them on their hover bikes and took off.
The Hero: Ward – he is a Drixonian warrior and just wants to protect the human females who were held captive on his planet, so he can’t understand why the female he was saving got all hysterical and difficult, also why she awakened his dormant libido. So when she runs away and is captured by crocodile like people, he has to go after her, when he finds that she was taken by a Rhizar pack and he must get her back before they get her to their caves.
The Story: Though all the Drixonian women died out a while ago, they weren’t the ones that kidnapped humans from Earth. Since a few of the females had now been mated to Drixonian men, they now know that humans are compatible with them. Either way, the Drixonians want to take care of the women since females are revered in their culture. The Uldani wanted to build an army of Drixonians by mating them with humans in captivity and growing their army from children.
Ward had to free Reba from her captivity before the Rhizar pack (a crocodilian like race) could fatten her up and eat her. This book had a journey similar to that in the last book The Alien’s Escape though this one was a bit more interesting to me for some reason. It was super steamy and Ward was a sexy Hero, though I thought Ward was an odd name for an alien.
Like the last book, this one was told in dual points of view via dual narration and was narrated by Heather Costa and Jeffrey Kafer. Though neither of these narrators is on my list of favorites, they do a good job. I always seem to like narrators more once I get used to them and since I am listening to this one right after the last one, they sound even better than I thought while listening to the last one.
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