Can a fragile human female save an isolated alien warrior?
Life has taught Quinn one inescapable lesson – she will always end up alone. That lesson has never been as painful as when the friends who were kidnapped with her disappear, leaving her abandoned on an alien planet.
When she is sold to a terrifying alien warrior, she expects the worst. Instead, she finds an unexpected kindness behind his forbidding façade. But when he carries her off to his equally forbidding mansion, will she ever find a way back to her friends?
When Dhar was forced to leave his home world, he cut himself off from everything and everyone. His career as a successful gladiator has enabled him to buy the one thing he now values most – his solitude. Until he is gifted with a beautiful, delicate female who brings an unexpected warmth to his isolated existence.
He is determined to keep her. Yet the more time he spends with her, the more he also wishes to please her – but if he gives her what she most wants, will he end up alone forever?
Just finished this beta! A very good end to this trilogy within the Alien Abduction series. This book can stand alone, but is so much better if you read Olivia and the Orc and Panda and the Prisoner, too! Here’s the reasons you should read Quinn:
***Dhar! He looks scary, but he’s awesome. And he’s so good with Quinn. And his alien “stuff” is a definite PLUS! Honey had me with the purring, too.
***Steamy scenes were just right and just enough and I love how these two work together. They seem to really understand each other and are both (mostly) patient about it. This book was very sensual.
***There’s a Beauty and the Beast theme and I’m here for it!
***I LOVE, LOVE this cover! It has Amanda Milo Stolen by the Alien vibes.
***The epilogue was so satisfying. I won’t give it away, everything comes together beautifully.
Dhar was a forbidding figure, but a complete softie on the inside for Quinn. And she is an artist, not a fighter. Quinn is sweet, artistic, and gentle. Dhar will do any fighting needed for her. Super sweet story! 4.5 stars
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Honey wrote and illustrated her first book at the tender age of 5. Her writing has improved since then. Her drawing skills, unfortunately, have not. She loves writing, reading, traveling, cooking, and drinking champagne – not necessarily in that order.
Her steamy science fiction stories focus on hot alien warriors and the Earth women they can’t resist. From abductions to invasions, the ride might be rough, but the end always satisfies.