Her Alien Protector by Presley Hall
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😍😚😉🙂
Narration Type: Dual Narration
The heroine: Willow – She was taken from Earth and was a captive of Space Pirates. When the Pirates were caught and sentenced to life on the prison planet Nuthora, instead of being rescued, she was thrown on the prison planet with them. She was kept captive in the brutal city on the planet.
The Hero: Bohrir – he is the largest of the Voxeran warriors, who are all very big males. He is one of the males who goes to the city on Nuthora in order to get a communicator made so his people can try to get back home and to kill king Drokar who took the throne and threw the rightful king along with his supporters on the prison planet after the rebellion failed.
The Story: While in the city, Bohrir finds a human female in chains and being mistreated. He rescues her and brings her with back to the Voxeran settlement where they have other human females they rescued. He sees that she has been mistreated for a long time, but hopes that she will begin to feel safe like the other women. Bohrir knows that she fears him especially, since he just grabbed her and ran in the city when he saw her chained up like that. That she sees him as just another monster that stole her away like the others.
Willow has been treated bad for so long, that she can’t trust anyone, even the other human women. She can’t remember her life on Earth, since she was stolen away five years ago and her circumstances were so bad, her brain couldn’t handle memories of her past life. So she feels alone and different than the rest of the human women and the first chance she gets, she tries to escape, only to find that Bohrir followed her.
This book was told in dual points of view via dual narration and was narrated by C.J. Grey and Stefanie Kay. I really enjoy C.J. Grey’s deep, gravelly voice for the Voxeran males. It is perfect for the mountain of a male that is Bohrir. I don’ know if I have ever heard Stefanie Kay before, but like the female narrators in the last two books, her voice is very pleasant, soft and feminine. This entire series has been great on audiobook.
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