Marauder Cygnus (Mating Wars #1) by Aya Morningstar Review

Review:

Marauder Cygnus: Scifi Alien Invasion Romance (Mating Wars) - Aya Morningstar

War rages between Earth and Mars, and an alien fleet from a distant star barrels toward our solar system. I’m laying low in the asteroid belt, as far from the war as I can get, but so is one of the aliens. And I’m the first to find him.

Second to find him? Pirates. A whole lot of them. The alien kills every last one to protect me, and we barely escape before reinforcements arrive. Now my life is in the hands of this savage, purple-skinned killer.

Not all of his skin is purple though, his…thing…is teal. And it’s nearly as big as the rest of him. His shoulders are as wide as Valles Marineris, and he’s tall as Olympus Mons. His ego is way too big for my tiny ship, but one look from him with that insufferable grin, and my cheeks burn hotter than Venus.

He’s protected me fiercely and without question, but which side will he take when the rest of his race comes to destroy us all?

 

 

Review

Too many typos and the kind of first person point of view that gives me a headache.

 

I love me some Alien Science Fiction Romance but the jerky action and point of view made this one a no go for me.

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