Her Alien Rebel 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: Felicity – She is a human woman who was abducted by aliens after her government traded her and other women for alien technology. When her spaceship crashed on Nuthora, the alien prison planet, the women were saved and protected by a race of alien called the Voxeran. Felicity was a gambling addict back on Earth, and is an independent female.
The Hero: Ren – He is a Voxeran warrior who was injured and nearly dead under a pile of rubble when the rebellion first occurred on Vox and was thwarted when Prince Droth’s own brother told his uncle, the usurper king about their plans. Most of the rebels were banished to the prison planet Nuthora, but Ren was not. He and some others continue the rebellion on Vox until getting a communication from Nuthora, so Ren stole a ship and came to Nuthora to rescue the Voxerans.
The Story: When Ren first lands on Nuthora and is searching for the Voxeran males, he comes across Felicity. He takes her hostage and demands she point him to his people. Things go downhill from there. Neither of them can stop thinking about the other, but every time they come near each other, they trade barbs and are not friendly.
I like that each book in this series has a different journey that the two main characters go on. I thought this one would be a bit different than it was, since Ren came to rescue them from the prison planet, but the journey up the mountain to disable the surveillance system was interesting. Just not quite as interesting as the last few books.
Also, it really bothers me that in every series of alien romance, there always has to be one where one of the main characters (usually the man) has some hideous scars on his face. I don’t know why romance authors love that so much, but I don’t like it. Why do they have to destroy a perfect male face? Is it to show the female isn’t interested in looks? I just don’t get it.
This book was told in dual points of view via dual narration and was narrated by C.J. Grey and Stefanie Kay. These two narrated the last book and both are very good and age appropriate for the characters. So far this series has had terrific narration on all the books.
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