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    Stoan by Kate Rudolph,Starr Huntress

    Love these blue aliens.Great adventures.I will definately be reading the rest of this series of books.
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    Great Read!

    I lived for the angst in this book! Stoan's struggle to accept that Reina as his mate was perfect. Throw in an old flame and some espionage, and you have a great story. This is not my first Kate Rudolph book, and it certainly won't be my last. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Good alien romance!

    Fun alien romance with a sweet mate connection. Stoan is a teal alien, who has been tasked with finding what a certain key opens up, but that item happens to be in enemy territory. Human Reina must also go on this quest with Stoan, but she's dealing with some past strife. Stoan knows right away that Reina is his destined mate, but he's not fully on board for it. He still holds out hope that there's a possibility he will find his missing childhood friend and that she will also be a mate for him, so he can choose her. He had a connection with his friend and they both had hopes that when they were older they would be together; plus, he doesn't really want a human as his mate. So, that's a bit disappointing that Stoan kept Reina at a distance, but it's nice how he begins to see more and more how much Reina suits him. Reina and Stoan do have some super sweet moments; loved the shared dreams scenario, but I wish Stoan was a bit more upfront with Reina and himself. There's some good passion and steam going on between Reina and Stoan. Loved the alien scenario and the info about the different planets and such; it can slow the story down some, but does a good job of building the world up. Also, enjoy the bit of danger added to the story. I've read a few of Rudolph's book and have enjoyed all of them, so I'll definitely continue reading her books. Fun alien adventure with a sweet and steamy romance!
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    Trust Exercise

    This story makes me think of a trust exercise popular in the 1980s, where someone close their eyes and face away from a group, then fall backwards trusting the team to catch before that person drop to the floor. I wonder if this exercise will help this two? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Reina and Stoan

    Excellent story. A lot of danger, but being a spy is dangerous. I do like the way this turned out. I also think that the next story might be about Stoan's friend Inrit. I received a complimentary review copy of the book and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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