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Rescued by an Alien by Amanda Milo Review

Rescued by an Alien  by Amanda Milo 3.5 Stars! 

ZADEON
When my human mate was auctioned, she was sold to a savage lot of aliens.
I rescued her body from her tormentors.
But her mind…
She is hurt.
She’s afraid I will abandon her; but I’ve been waiting all my life for my mate.
I am not going to walk away. I’m going to help her heal.
And I will help her fight for us.

Review

I really enjoyed this book. I read it an afternoon and was happy as can be. It had dark topics as the heroine didn’t escape being abducted by slavers as a sexual object without horrors.

I like that she didn’t. I like the time in takes here to work through the issues (what she can) I like that everyone knows she needs therapy and they do the best that can for her (don’t want to spoil). I like that not all reaction to her trauma are supportive.

I like the heroine very much and the hero is great.

However, you have to have read the first book to really understand what is happening in this book in terms of culture, events, and even what the hero looks like.

The camera lens needed a bit pulling back. But the other book is a sweeter on the run type alien romance so you should read that too.

The Rookie (The Taylor Clan #4) by Julie Miller Review

  The Rookie (The Taylor Clan) by Julie Miller  3 Stars

Suddenly something was more important to rookie officer Josh Taylor than busting a campus drug ring and making detective. Because when Josh’s undercover investigation strangely intersected with his older and pregnant professor, Rachel Livesay, sparks of danger–and passion–ignited.

Rachel had no one to turn to until Josh vowed to protect her from the sperm donor who threatened to snatch her newborn child from her arms. But Josh was her “student,” not a knight in shining armor–and falling for him could be deadly for them both!

Review

What I really liked about this book is the hero. He is a wonderful. Dedicated to his job, a protector, and very respectful and admiring of the heroine.The heroine struggles with the idea that the hero is younger and her own awful romantic past.

The romance is sweet. I have a soft spot for the heroine is pregnant with someone else’s baby plots.

However, the academic elements of the book and how a college really works are not exactly accurate and therefore the plot that hinges on these ideas doesn’t work for me.

Also, I am not a huge fan of romance suspense but putting that aside, I figured out the baddie pretty early and the motivation which meant I just wanted more couple time,.

Enjoyable overall.

Zadri (Dragons of Preor, #5) by Erin Tate/Celia Kyle

Review:

Zadri (Scifi Alien Weredragon Romance) (Dragons of Preor Book 5) - Celia Kyle, Erin Tate

Delaney Cole found her mate among the Preor only to watch him die—through his own eyes thanks to the Knowing. Now, what’s she supposed to do when she discovers that her second mate is the male who’d killed her first? It doesn’t matter that he’s gorgeous, that his peach scales invite her touch, and his thick muscles make her fingers tingle with the need to caress him. She shouldn’t want such a violent, deadly male, but… she does.

Zadri was born a son of Syh, orphaned and unwanted, and he never imagined actually having a mate. Yet, Delaney is his. Yes, he was the one to rip out her first mate’s throat, but now that he has experienced the Knowing with her, he will not let her go. Her lush curves, inner strength, and unborn young belong to him—wholly and until he takes his final flight.

When others attempt to rip her from his life, he will explain the gravity of their error. Slowly. Painfully. He only hopes he can reach her before they escape.

 

 

Review

 

I enjoy this series and this book is a very good addition. There is a nice build to the romance.

 

The hero is a sweetie. The heroine’s back story is sad so it is especially lovely to see her get a happily ever after.

 

We get lots of couple time. Fun!

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