Reading alien scifi romance
Hello my lovelies, yes, yes, I know....its been a while.
I have been focusing on my writing and have taken a break to do some reading to help calm my nerves from my everyday life. But I am not going to bore you with my life, so let’s talk about what I have been reading lately. I lost my birth mother on March 31st this year and have been losing myself in in off planet worlds to deal with my grief.
ALIENS! I am usually all about the vampires but came across these books and have been devouring the series like a starving fat man at a buffet. The decriptions of their physical bodies makes you want to reach through the book and run your fingers over their skin for yourself. All authors did a phenomenal job of world building and making unique creatures to keep you entertained, curious and hanging onto every word.
I have currently read all of the book available in the series listed below and wait anxiously for the next installations or am moving on to their other series.These books are written for adults. you have been warned.
Author Luna Kingsley Ro'hilian Warriors series.
It is exciting, sexy and full of adventure. I can't get enough. Imagine waking up and finding yourself basically stuck with an alien while trying to stay alive in an alien prison environment. Mad scary right? Scaring, the impossible odds each fight brought with it and then an unexpected, searing hot devotion with sex that can only be that amazing in books...yep. Then this is a must read alien scifi romance lovers. Who knew I would find another trope that I really honest to goodness enjoy! Why is September so far away? Why!!!!!
I started reading the Barbarians of Xavier series while waiting for the next story in the hunky Silver alien series. That comes out in September. While I really like this author's Ro'hilian Warriors series, and the cool worldbuilding, I am not as obsessed with this Barbarian series. It has all of the action, adventure, and smexy, but the author has definitely managed to capture the barbarian world building and you feel like you have been transported backwards into the time of cave people. I just ... I don't know, but I am not liking it as well. I admit that I am a bit spoiled and expected at least a little tech. She truly captured a non tech world, the brooding, rough handling of the main female character. I could imagine the chill and dark of the caves. Thank goodness she found her voice and was fiesty. I might still check out the next book in the Barbarians of Xavier series because, I just have to know what happens next. Pick up your copy, you will be drawn into this wild, untamed world too.
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