Sara's Review: Arak's Love (A World Beyond #2) by Michelle Howard
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NARRATOR: Michael Pauley & Samia Moon RELEASED: May 9, 2016 GENRE: scifi, fantasy, romance LENGTH: 7 hours and 6 minutes FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK, Audiobook
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Half-Argoran shifter, Arak O’tir knew good people existed. He worked with some of them. But as a deadly Jutak warrior, his work often took him into the less savory elements of society. So much so, he shielded his heart from those he’d rescued. That was, until one particular mission leaves him longing for a specific female. Someone who made him tremble even if she wasn’t from his world.
Sylvia Forrester never expected her quest for a husband would lead her into danger. Nor could she have ever foreseen that her search would find her captured by aliens and added to a list of potential sex-slaves to be sold for a high profit. While her captors should have broken her, destroying any hope she’d had of a life happily-ever-after, Sylvia’s savior has her wondering if her earlier dreams could still come true.
But Arak and Sylvia soon discover love and passion has its own price. THREE BOUNDLESS STARS
This audiobook is done in my absolute favorite formate not to mention I love all the additional sound effects it makes it that much more enjoyable. I liked the story for the most part, but Sylvia damsel in distress act was getting on my nerves. I think this might have been the way the narrator portrayed her as a ditzy airhead. But the character was getting on my last nerve. I preferred Joni’s tough take no prisoners attitude. I will be moving on to the next book in the series, but I am rating this one 3 Boundless stars. It was good.