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    Another Awesome Atlan!

    There is a definite reason that I love the Atlans and especially those on the Colony. Grace has given us another fantastic story (though it really kicks into super high gear once the couple is reunited on the Colony). This one does not start out with an Interstellar Bride but with an Atlan and his beast who have found their mate the old fashioned way - by chance. Jorik's journey to slowly win his mate is catapulted due to unforeseen circumstances and those circumstances have dire consequences for our couple. With all the different forces conspiring to keep our couple apart, that shiny beacon know as Warden Egara once again works her magic. I really loved the way Jorik and the rest of the Colony inhabitants reacted to baby Jori (these Colony stories break my heart with each and every mention of an unmated Colony warrior). The twist with Jorik's Interstellar Bride once again reveals just how awesome it would be to have an Atlan of your own. This story leaves me with one giant burning question for Grace Goodwin - WHEN IS WULF GETTING HIS STORY? Needless to say, I gobbled this book up so quickly, that now I just want the next book in the series and though I love the Atlans and everyone on the Colony and want their stories sooner rather than later, I know there are other stories to tell. I started this series on book #2 (Mated to the Warriors) and I believe it has gotten better and better. In my opinion some of the stories are true stand-alones (Trion, Rogue 5 and Vikens) and others are more satisfying if you have the whole background on the Hive war (Prillons, Atlans, and Colony). It doesn't really matter how you read them but READ them!
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    Wow, hot

    Cyborg's Secret Baby by Grace Goodwin is book 7 in her The Interstellar Brides: The Colony series. Every book can easily be read as a standalone. Atlan Warlord Yorik is through a lot and the only thing that kept him sane was his mate. His secret mate on Earth. Gabriela Silvas is a strong woman. Lonely and in love with an alien warrior. A one time encounter leads to a oopsie, amd I'm a sucker for these kind of stories. When you're looking for a scorching hot nsfw read, this is your book.
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    The Colony stories are winners for me

    I like the stories that take place in the Colony. And this one is another that I enjoyed. It was a change of pace to have a mate not go through the Interstellar Bride protocol. I liked the set up with them meeting on Earth and then the adventure begins from there. The title makes it pretty clear where the story is headed, but there was a twist that I did not see coming. I would recommend Cyborg's Secret Baby, as well as the other titles in the Interstellar Bride series. Nice sci-fi romance with lots of sexy times.
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    The Beasts Are Back!

    Professionally written and extremely fast-paced, “Cyborg’s Secret Baby” features a slightly different story-line than the established Interstellar Brides novels, bypassing the bride matching program for a more traditional relationship approach. Taking place on Earth, at the Coalition Processing Center in Miami, the Atlan Warlord Jorik is assigned along with other human and alien warriors to protect the facility. Although similar to human males, the evident differences of the coalition alien warriors require their confinement to a small radius surrounding the facility to limit contact with the human populous who might be frightened by those differences. Gabriela works and resides within this radius, passing the center daily on her walk to work at an ice-cream shop. Under the premise of trying each flavor the shop offers, Jorik pursues Gabriela finding her plus size figure perfectly enticing. During their final encounter at the shop, a life-threatening situation occurs placing Gabriela in grave danger. Jorik, along with his internal beast, react with typical Atlan conduct, eliminating the threat and transporting Gabriela to the safety of her home. Ensconced within the security of Gabriela’s apartment, the couple surrenders to their primal attraction, until Jorik is ordered back to the Processing Center and immediately exiled from Earth. A distraught Gabriela soon finds herself completely alone and pregnant with the alien’s baby. With likeable characters, great world-building, plenty of action and suspense, the engaging story-line flows seamlessly until the very last page. However, some readers may find the narrative a bit predictable at times, others (like myself) may welcome the prescribed expectations within established story-lines. Characters from previous entries make appearances and support the narrative throughout. Emotionally gripping, especially for those invested in the series, “Cyborg’s Secret Baby” is a very entertaining sci-fi romance with a tantalizing touch of Ms. Goodwin’s trademark heat. Although the story-line sizzles, the overtly absent “bride testing dream environment” appears to reduce the uniquely erotic ambiance present in previous novels. “Cyborg’s Secret Baby” is presented from dual perspectives, contains no cheating and could be read as a standalone but I highly recommend reading previous entries for total enjoyment. Overall, “Cyborg’s Secret Baby” is a highly entertaining novel and an enjoyable addition to such a stellar series. Can’t wait for Wulf’s story… cause Atlanians do it best! Disclaimer: No Kindles were seriously harmed while reading this novel. Children 18 and over only due to sexually explicit content. Disclaimer for the Disclaimer… The term “seriously harmed” is not intended to include: overheating, scorch marks, minor melting or inconsequential fire that can be put out with an extinguisher. Fire retardant gloves highly recommended while reading. Reviewer is not responsible for run-on sentences, misplaced commas and illegal use of overly descriptive language. RATING DETAILS (Based on 1 to 5 Gold Stars): STEAM FACTOR: 4 Sizzling Interstellar Stars! WRITING STYLE: 5 Professional Stars! PLOT: 5 Fast-paced Stars! ENGAGING CHARACTERS: 5 Sweet Beastly Stars! SATISFYING CONCLUSION: 5 Totally Fulfilling Stars! *** I voluntarily received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest review ***
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    Love Jorik and Gabriela!

    OMG – I wasn’t sure what this story was going to be like; I’m so glad I picked it up! It was amazing! I could hardly put it down, even for work, lol. I was completely immersed, experiencing every emotional roller coaster event with Gabriela as she went through so many ups and downs with Jorik, her Atlan warrior who sees her and falls instantly in love/lust/desire. It was romantic (and raw) how Jorik just saw Gabriela and then courted her until the moment they are separated and Gabriela must deal with her sudden pregnancy and giving birth to a half Atlan baby without Jorik being there.. (i.e. the secret baby). Their reunion was sweet and highlights how despite our belief in the bride matching being the only way for these warriors to find their perfect mate – it is actually possible for them to find their other half on their own, especially when fate puts her in front of her mate and just needs him to notice her… This story flowed well, was easy to read and definitely had its steamy moments (hot!) and bits of action too along with some sweet moments. Thoroughly enjoyed and can’t wait for the next book in this series! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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