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    A really imaginative take on the whole Alien story

    I really enjoyed Worlds Collide (Warriors of Risnar #3). I could have sworn I had read this author before as I recognised the name but strange I don't seem to have: oh well no mind this was a great introduction to this particular authors work. In my opinion, this can be read as a standalone: I managed quite nicely though in hindsight you would probably find it easier to follow along if you started at the beginning of this series. A really imaginative take on the whole Alien storyline. The basic premise here: our girl Velia is working as an engineer at camp Noname a secret base run by the top military brass: when she manages to get herself abducted and taken back to Risnar by a very sexy feline type extra-terrestrial through a portal that I can only describe as being very stargate in fashion. There's suspense, mistrust, bigotry, romance and a whole lot of action here: in fact, this really ticked a lot of my boxes. I do so love a good alien-human romance the only thing that let this down for me was I couldn't always get a clear idea in my own head of what these aliens looked like. Yeh, I get the whole feline characteristics with stripes and super sexy ears but it was the whole body armour, lack of clothing, were they furry? and growing extra appendages. I don't think it was explained here enough to get an actual visual. The lack of clarification on the book cover didn't clear matters up for me either. Maybe this was expanded on in the two previous instalments but as I haven't read them myself I don't really know if that's the case. I myself would have just liked a tad more scope to let my imagination run free here. I also thought Velia was a bit too naive and trusting in nature and I did find that somewhat irritating: not sure why that was? Maybe that says more about me than the book. Jape especially when he ditched the holier than thou attitude I also adored he could be so incredibly sweet and caring. This had a real feel-good vibe to it that I really did like. Taken as a whole I found this to be a very positive experience. I voluntary reviewed an Arc of Worlds Collide (Warriors of Risnar #3) All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.
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    Enjoyed seeing a different side to the Risnarians

    I've struggled with this series although I'd really wanted to like it as I enjoyed her Kalquorian one so much. This isn't reverse harem or menage but is definitely a hot romance although it takes the couple a while to stop bickering . I've always had a soft spot for Jape so seeing a different side to this gung ho alien was sweet. I did think the heroine Velia was extremely blinkered and way too trusting but at least it meant the author could bring readers a credible plot. Finally though a story that was both interesting, exciting and one that made sense. Fear is always a huge motivator and whether it's Humans or Risnarians there's always that chance that bad decisions will be made and believe me there's definitely a lot of subterfuge going on here. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
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    4 Alien Stars

    The aliens of Risnar are one sexy and fascinating aliens and readers can’t help but become caught up in this cosmically thrilling romance involving Velia and Jape. These two strong, charismatic characters take readers’ breath away as they struggle to survive and navigate their sizzling chemistry and irresistible attraction. The romance has one major obstacle Velia are quite literally from two different worlds and leaving one’s home in quite daunting but adds to the tension and emotional upheaval that goes along with all budding relationships and readers can’t help but get caught up in all the smoldering hot passion and their combustible relationship. Thrilling suspense, adrenaline pumping excitement and surprising twists keeps readers hanging on to every word of this fast paced and smooth flowing plot. Distrust and treachery abound throughout the story ensuring that readers never become bored as Velia and Jape fight against their own people to keep each other alive. The author paints vivid imagery of her well developed world of fascinating, sexy aliens which makes it easy for reader to get maximum enjoyment of each and every scene as it comes to life. This story can be read as a standalone or out of sequence which is what I have done as I haven’t read any of the others yet, which will have to be remedied soon.

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