Boarded by Annie Nicholas Review

Review:

Boarded: Alien Romance - Annie Nicholas

Assigned as an interpreter to a mysterious alien race, Liaison Sadie Beckit crosses multiple star systems to the remote Cyngi home world on an old space freighter. Knowledge is essential when dealing with aliens. A misspoken word or a careless gesture could lead to wars so liaisons are necessary to keep the peace, but Sadie is kept in the dark about her new employer. This mysterious species has chosen to withhold most of their culture and language information.

All she’s told is to accompany Ambassdor Nual back to Central Station. Sounds easy enough, but the lawless void of space holds many dangers.

 

Review

 

This book made me nuts. It was very interesting with excellent world building and good action.

 

The romance suddenly does instra lust/love something really cool is revealed and then we are done.

 

Ahhhhgggghh. So, another book? I don’t care. I wanted a whole book.

 

I am not saying the book isn’t complete. It is but the romance got crammed in there. I was just over thinking the heroine was annoying and then I get to know almost nothing about the hero.

 

Bleh. Even if there is another book, I really feel these character’s love story was done a great disservice and it makes me wary for reading anything else no matter how imaginative the author might be.

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