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    Great Sci-fi romance

    There are three books in this collection that make up one wonderful story. Captured by the Alien Lord (Warriors of the Lathar #1): I really enjoyed this short, sexy science fiction story. I'm hoping we get more of the hero and heroine's story in the next book. It is a great premise--there are aliens that are similar to humans that attack a space station. They came for the women because they never have female offspring. The only way their race survives is by mating with other species. The Commander had heard transmissions of our heroines voice, and sought her out. the hero is strong and good looking, but arrogant, which seems to be a trait of his species. The heroine is good looking, smart and feisty. She is always fearless. Saved by the Alien Lord (Warriors of the Lathar #2): I loved this story. It is a continuation from Captured by the Alien Lord. That one was a romantic version of a space opera, this one turns it on its head. OMG, the Lathar are surprised at Earth women. So, the setup -- in the earlier book, a few ships from an alien warrior race capture the military spacestation where our heroine lives and works. Even though the humans put up a good resistance, the alien technology is too much and they capture everyone. They want the woman for sex and breeding, because they don't have female offspring. Dang them for also being really hot, buff and all alpha, too. The leader of the warrior group had her our heroine's voice in communication transmissions, and wanted her sight-unseen. When he sees her, he is immediately attracted. He blackmails her with promises of the other women's safety, and they have sexy times that even she things is wonderful, because he is hot, hot, hot, and really good in bed. She never forgets her first allegiance to her own people, though. Okay, start of this story, some less-nice war ships of his race come and attack to get the women they have captured. They have more ships and robots than the first captors, and manage to take the women to their ship. In his arrogance, the new leader decides to take our heroine--mostly because she belongs (in his mind) to the hero. Our human women really surprise everyone and are a big part of rescuing themselves, but, as you can tell from the title, our heroic alien lord rescues our heroine and the other women. These women are all kick-azz warriors and can strategize, fight, and realize the first group was much better than the second group. Cat renegotiates with the alien lord for the women's happiness, as well as their safety. I loved this story, I loved the twist of how the aliens now see humans, and especially human women, as strong warriors, too. The final twist I won't tell you. Bonded to the Alien Lord (Warriors of the Lathar #3): Oh, My Gosh! I loved this. I have already read the first two books, and this one finishes everything very nicely. We get to know more about the Lathar culture, and we get to see the human women interact with them without so much fighting between humans and Lathar. To give you some background, Lathar are great warriors, much like humans, but bigger and stronger. Humans have space flight and space stations and a war group of Lathar captured a space station and some women. The Lathar's have a problem. They don't breed females. Humans look much like Lathar, but are smaller and not quite so war-like, though the women they captured are all trained fighters. In the first two books, a human woman and the leader of the Lathar war group got into a relationship. A relationship full of really hot sex. All the Lathar warriors want to claim a human female, because we are more compatible with them sexually than other races. They also get really turned on that the women are fighters, too. So now, the heroine and hero are bonded, and having a marriage ceremony. Not everyone on Lathar is happy about that. Since you know they are a warrior race, you know that unhappiness means fighting. In general though, the Lathars are happy to have found a race with compatible women, which our hero and heroine demonstrate very well.
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    Awesome

    I really enjoyed this book, be prepared to be hooked. there's lots more books in this series too, I Love it when that happens ;)
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    Amazing

    I was so ready for an alien romance book with some feisty military women! And they definitely shocked the big handsome extraterrestrials, for the better! Definitely worth the read, steamy and hot.
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    Awesome beginning to a series

    Love this book. Awesome beginning to a new series and looking forward to more. Love those feisty warrior women.
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