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  • Ruewn

    Very interesting book. I really appreciate the way the author wrote this story. I found it how the characters were from different race. How they were able to get to trust each other. Through all the pashion for one other how they were able to fall in love with each other. Protect each other and help each other through capture and through love. Founding out that there are other people that are in the same kind of relation as they were. I hope that she writes more story in the same line as this one. Wish her the best in her future books. A truely amazing book. Keep up the fantastic job. You have a new reader to your list. Thank-you.

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  • A fun but not serious intro to SF erotica

    An interesting riff on Anne McCaffrey's seminal The Thorns of Barevi, or alien seduction theme. Not really romance this is more lighthearted SF-adventure erotica, so you will see less emotional scenes and a lot more steamy action. Despite the direct premise, it was actually kind of fun in a Harry Harrison operatic over the top manner, with some interesting world building leading up to the seduction. It was also pretty good to see both characters holding back and not giving in straight away, which added some tension and drama, also not knowing whether Lis was really playing Ruwen, or wasn't she? The novel is not very long so we don't get a lot of back story from the two protagonists although much is hinted at or mentioned. It was cute how the big tough merc/assassin turned out to be far softer than the hardened and determined Wastelander used to living hand to mouth, doing whatever was needed to survive. Lis was actually stronger in almost every respect than Ruwen, with a complementary and useful skillset, despite never having left the ghettos of Earth. To readers who may complain about fast bonding and how unrealistic it was, the process isn't explained - it may have been telepathic, pheromones, a combination, or something else entirely. Much like many other background concepts it's just presented, and it's up to you how you accept it. This is also an all-but-universal trope in this subgenre. I won't quote them here but there are literally paragraphs after paragraphs where both Ruwen and Lis question the bond, how it worked, and whether it even existed in this case or they were being set up. I recommend much as with popcorn-level science fiction, you follow Ruwen's lead, just lie back and enjoy without overthinking it!

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  • Very sweet alien

    Different point where it is the men who is open about its feeling.

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  • Great alien romance

    Enjoyed both of the main characters. The female proved her worth and had the right attitude. Lucky for her that she trusted he instincts when she met her alien.

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  • Ruwen

    I really like this book. It was a great story about survival under the worst conditions. Plus the two main characters were interesting because she was human and he was an alien but they were able to over look their differences and fall in love with each other.

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