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    First Contact Captives: Kronos

    I had read the first one. First Contact Captives: Vidar, and i liked it very much. So of course i had to read the next one. I have found that in most books that are in a series as these are most have a very similar writing and story style. But this book did not and I like that. Even thought the 2 book were very different you could still tell and sence they are conected. I really enjoyed this book i might even say more than the first one. I got this book for free. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Watch and Observe

    Life of hard knocks is how Jess grew up. You know how when you live somewhere are your life and there does not seem to be any chance of escape because the place is so small and earning enough money is not possible that is the type of place she is from. Kronos seems to play an important part in his worlds ruling family but chafes at the restrictions placed on him while on a mission. For the most part I enjoyed the story line but there were times I felt something important was missing from the story. It did not flow as smoothly as expected but was still worth reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Kronus takes a human mate!

    Jess was a woman with a painful past, she was determined to make something of herself instead of becoming like her two housemates, selling themselves for sex, booze and drugs. When an encounter with a friend turns nasty she is rescued by an alien who communicates with her by telepathically. Kronus was sent to Earth to watch and learn about it's inhabitants but could not let harm come to the woman he had been watching for some time. She was a partial telepath and was able to hear his thoughts when he sent them. She fascinated him and when they touched something unexpected happened and he sensed her feelings as she sensed his. Bliss flowed between them and when he made love to her the unexpected happened and they became mated for all time. I love a good sci-fi romance and this one captivated me. Kronus had waited many years for his mate but he never expected it would be to someone other than Deveron like himself. Jess was a survivor, she was a woman who told it how it was and never held back. Kronus with his superior telepathic abilities was able to discern his mates personality, strengths and weaknesses. His care and their mating was a revelation for Jess whose childhood was full of pain and violence. An enjoyable read I have no hesitation in Recommending! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Kronos & Jess, Great Story

    The second book in the First Contact Captives: An Alpha Quadrant Series a well written story with a great storyline the story flowed smoothly from page to page. This is Devoran alien, Kronos and human Jess's story it had me laughing as I read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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