Audiobook Review: The Alien’s Claim (Warriors of Luxiria, #8). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Alien’s Claim by Zoey Draven

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Welcome to Luxiria, where the twin suns are hot and the alien warriors are hotter…

Erin likes control and order. She’s the person that remains calm in any situation—like getting abducted by aliens. Or living among frightening, hunky, battle-bred alien warriors called Luxirians.

Or getting stolen in the middle of her bath by a strange, devastatingly handsome male with blue tattoos who thinks she’s his…

As the Prime Leader’s only brother and a descendant of the royal bloodline, Jaxor’an had a bright future ahead. Until he threw it all away, driven by grief and anger, and disappeared into the wild lands of Luxiria without a trace. Now, ten years later, he’s returned…to steal away human females that will grant him the revenge he’s sought for so long. Only, he never expected that one of the females would be his fated mate, with her lush curves and dark, glittering eyes that promised him a revenge all her own.

Erin always wanted a knight in shining armor. Instead, she got Jaxor’an—a half-mad cold brute in a loincloth.

How could this possibly end well?

The Alien’s Claim

Feral mate!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙❤️💖
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 😠😚😁☺️
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Duet Narration

The heroine: Erin – on Earth, she was a teacher and a big sister, but that was before. Now she was a human female that got stolen from Earth, rescued and ended up in the golden city along with several other human women, most of which are now mated to the warriors of Luxiria. She found herself wanting a mate like they had found, someone who would love her and treat her like those warriors treated their mates.

The Hero: Jaxor’an – he is brother to the Prime leader of Luxiria. However, he left the Golden City ten years ago and has lived on his own in the wilds of the planet. When he first went away he was grieving his mother’s death and the loss of the women of his planet. He wanted revenge and since then has gone a bit crazy. He was working with the Mevirax and stole one of the human women to give to them, though when he found she was his mate, he decided to keep her for himself.

The Story: Jaxor was a bit crazy and had a lot going on in his mind. He was very grumpy and growly at first and didn’t give Erin much information on where he was taking her or his motives for anything he was doing. She just wanted a mate who would protect and care for her, but she got one who treated her with barely disguised anger and resentment. Not only that, but his home was in a dangerous place in the middle of the jungle and surrounded by creatures.

Of course, Erin wanted to escape as soon as an opportunity opened up and the Mevirax still wanted her. Jaxor was supposed to deliver her to them in order to get revenge for his mothers death and get the cure to help his people. It was what he was working for all those years. I read the first book in this series, quite a while ago and never read any of the others, so I felt at times like I was missing part of the story. However, it was still good. I definitely liked these two characters.

This book was told in dual points of view via duet narration, and was narrated by Sierra Grace and Tristan Josiah. I liked both narrators, Sierra has a clear yet feminine voice and Tristan does a great job and has a pleasant voice. I love the fact that this was duet narration. I ended up purchasing more of this series and hope they are the same.


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