Kalazaron Dalik (Blue Planet Warriors) by Maia Starr Review

Review:

ALIEN ROMANCE: Kalazaron Dalik: SciFi Alien Abduction Invasion Romance (Blue Planet Warriors) - Maia Starr

Scientist Dr. Jade Roberts landed a position aboard a deep space mission to prove
female scientists were just as good as the men. But when the Kalazaron, an alien
race of dominant male warriors captures her, suddenly her new position becomes
human female slave. Her only hope to survive is the attractive warrior Consulate,
Dalik Moscurn, her new master.

The ruthless Commander Yun was merciless when he took Jade’s ship, and now she sits
in a cage waiting for his return. But when another warrior shows up with kind eyes and
claims her, she learns she is the new gift to the newly appointed Consulate, Dalik
Moscurn, much to the frustration of the evil Commander Yun.

Jade is to be the gift to the new Consulate.

Dalik Moscurn was groomed to become Consulate. Now, after winning the Stanis Trials,
he has won more than just the Consulate position, a human female slave. Unlike other
warriors, he has no interest in female slaves or taking any female for that matter, as he
does not want distraction from his work to revamp the city systems. But when he is gifted
Jade, she fascinates and distracts him like no other female he has ever met.

But there’s a challenge up ahead, and both Dalik and Jade stand to lose everything to the
ruthless Commander Yun. As they learn from each other, they soon realize that their
bond may actually be worth giving up everything for.

 

 

Review

 

The world is interesting enough and developed enough for some fun Alien Romance escape but then this horrible thing happened in terms of the writing style.

 

There are alternative points of view between the hero and the heroine (which I like) but the writer would show the same scene for each point of view. They would overlap.

 

I think the book ended up being way underdeveloped because instead of moving forward we stalled. The story of the book is really short as a result.

 

Yeah. Nope.

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