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Sara's Review: Alien Savior (Zerconian Warriors Book 5) by Sadie Carter


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Released: May 24, 2016

Genre: Science Fiction, Erotica

Length: 227

Format: ebook

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Blurb

Darac Kola has lived for close to a hundred years without finding his true mate. Having grown increasingly volatile, he knows his days are numbered. To protect his friends and family, he leaves Zerconia, knowing he will never return. Then he meets Willa. His mate. The one person who could pull him back from the edge of madness. With five brothers, Willa Sanchez has spent her life trying to be one of the boys. The last thing she needs is an overprotective, bossy alien claiming her as his mate. If he thinks she’s going to give up her independence to play house for him, then he’s got the wrong girl. No cliffhanger. You don't need to have read the rest of the series to enjoy Alien Savior.

Four Boundless Stars

Alien Savior is another great addition to the Zerconian Warrior series. This time around Darac has met his match with his would be mate Willa. Darac is on the edge of madness from going so long without finding his mate; yet all it takes is one touch from Willa and his inner rage is calmed. Can one who is so far gone into madness be brought back?

Willa is a true tomboy at heart, content in her life as a mercenary ship’s mechanic. She loves her family and her job; she isn’t looking for change and has no desire to change from the strong independent woman she is. One touch from Darac and there is an immediate pull to him. Can she tolerate the Zerconian Warrior’s possessive, overprotective ways?

The 5th installment of this series was pretty awesome. There were a few parts of the story that weren’t clear; I had to go back and re-read because it didn’t make sense. However that didn’t really take away from my overall enjoyment. Willa was awesome and I loved that she didn’t kowtow to Darac; she remained true to who she is. I really hope we get to see more of these two in the future, because it feels like their story isn’t finished.


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