Sunday, June 25, 2017

Short and Sweet Book Reviews # 111 - Breeder by Cara Bristol, The Cowboy's Renegade Bride by Laurie LeClair, Orion by Ruby Lionsdrake

Breeder (Breeder, #1)Breeder by Cara Bristol
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Dak and Omra are interesting characters. Omar is not your typical breeder. She was raised differently and in somewhat independent. Dak starts out typical Alpha but soon realizes that he has something special in Omar. There is a lot of sex in the story but also a danger that change brings. A nice start to a new series.

The Cowboy's Renegade Bride (The McCall Brothers Book 2)The Cowboy's Renegade Bride by Laurie LeClair
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Jenny Wentworth is back after being left at the alter for the second time. All she wants is a family and children but she has decided to go it on her own. She is through with men. This is a fairly typical story with Sheriff McCall as the man she has always been attracted to. Look for tension and romance as they work toward their HEA.

Orion (Star Guardians, #1)Orion by Ruby Lionsdrake
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is another take on being captured and taken off Earth. This time it is pirates who capture Earth Women to sell to aliens where they will fight and then get eaten. Not a nice thing to happen. Luckily there is someone planted in the crew who is there to set up the rescue. The rescue happened but the women have not been returned home yet or maybe never. What I liked the most was how humans ended up on multiple planets. Lionsdrake made very good use of mythology to explain how Earth natives, names and gods got scattered around the galaxy. The characters were fun, the danger ever present, and the romance interesting. Book two was released at the same time as Orion so I do not have to wait to see who finds romance next and maybe a clue about returning the women home.

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