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As a paramedic, Alaina Stafford knew that every shift would have its surprises. But being abducted by alien slave traders? There’s no amount of preparation for that kind of surprise. Before she can wrap her head around it, Alaina is sold at a high-dollar auction to be the new “donara” for a powerful, wealthy Errai family. It doesn’t take long to find out what a “donara” isAs a paramedic, Alaina Stafford knew that every shift would have its surprises. But being abducted by alien slave traders? There’s no amount of preparation for that kind of surprise. Before she can wrap her head around it, Alaina is sold at a high-dollar auction to be the new “donara” for a powerful, wealthy Errai family. It doesn’t take long to find out what a “donara” is…it’s the reward for the gladiator who wins in the Arena. Alaina is to be the victor’s prize. Vega is the House favorite among the slave warriors, and crowds come from across the galaxy to watch him in the Arena. Unlike the other fighters, he’s not swayed by the promise of winning this strange human woman. His real prize—his freedom—is within his grasp, and he won’t be distracted from the chance to return home by some fragile but exotic beauty from a planet called Earth. But there’s a vicious political power play at hand, and both Vega and Alaina stand to lose everything. Thrown together and forced to rely on each other, they soon realize that love may actually be worth dying for....

Title : Alien Conquest (The Warrior's Prize)
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ISBN : 31291810
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Alien Conquest (The Warrior's Prize) Reviews

  • Shari Kay
    2019-01-06 09:47

    DNF at 35% (view spoiler)[detailed sex scene with OW and though technically he's a slave and had to do it, he didn't try to get out of it(he was injured so he probably could have), enjoyed it and thought of heroine the whole time (hide spoiler)]I'm out

  • Hollie
    2019-01-06 12:20

    This was an ok alien romance. It had a "gladiator" feel to it. This one just didn't feel like a "safe" read to me. The hero have sex with his master, even after meeting the heroine. Granted, he didn't really have any choice (and he thought of the heroine while being intimidate with his master), but he did pretend to like her and acted as if he enjoyed her attention. I could have easily done with this part.I'm glad it was offered as a kindleunlimited, but I cant say this is one I would easily recommend.

  • Pamela(AllHoney)
    2018-12-24 10:45

    Alaina Stafford is captured from Earth and sold into slavery to the highest bidder. Her owner has decided to use her as a prize for the arena fighters. Vega is one of the fighters and doesn't want to want her. His greatest desire and goal is to fight until he wins his freedom and return to his homeland.A quick read. Entertaining but no real "wow" factor. I did like it enough that I will very likely read more by this author.

  • أجمل زهرة
    2018-12-31 09:48

    It was really amazing read.I loved it and I want more. What these two people did to protect and save each other was extraordinary. I know that some situations were a little annoying but what any one will do if he is just a slave? Unfortunately, most of S.R's books are menage and I wish she'll write other genres like this one. I hope so.

  • namericanwordcat
    2019-01-20 12:26

    This title. Cringe. I look at these titles through my fingers when I click to buy this book or books like them. I remind my self that they aren't any worse that Harlequin Presents or some contemporary titles (My Bearded Billionaire Stepbrother) and that they are just trying to pick up on search hits. But still, so so awful. I feel like a trash picker looking for treasure. This book is a find. It is really really good. Thank you Kindle Unlimited. Thank you Science Fiction Alien Romance Craving and Binge. Here is the things that could have been better: We get a nice Epilogue HEA but given the grimness of most of the story (slavery is ugly), I really think everyone had earned some chapters living on a free planet and adapting to this other cultural and space as a married couple. The timeline of the plot is a bit scrunched for the falling in love. If it had been over months rather than weeks, the book would have been stronger. Yes, more horrors would have been likely to befall our leads (the heroine gets off relativity light which I am fine with but it isn't believable and could have been done off stage and the hero's and heroine's trauma could have been a great plot to deal with in later chapters set on the hero's home world)Those things would have made this very good science fiction romance a read over and over book rather than a Wow, I really enjoyed that book. What was so good? The world building is well done. The heroine is taken from earth and sold into slavery into a three alien cultured space where proxy wars are fought in an Arena over all conflicts. The slavery is both indentured and chattel. The writer does a wonderful job of showing how power corrupts and the different ways slaves adapt. The gladiator culture and setting is detailed but the riviting aspect of the book is the psychological landscape of high and low slaves, owners, and freed people.More time could have been spent on the distinct culture of each alien race of the other aspects of the world were well drawn. The hero's struggles with his enslavement are particular well down. He has been indentured a good long time trying to free his planet and he does not escape all the webs of being an owned person internally or externally. He is a wonderfully cynical, pragmatic, and centered person. I adore how there are secondary characters that seem evil but are really shown as products of the system. The owners being less complicated in this way than some other slaves that become allies. As I said, because of the timeline the heroine suffers less from the system but she is stripped of personhood. Her fight against is impractical at times but true to her personality. She gets to remain a medic as well as being an exotic species and this grounds her.The love story is believable if needing more time than a longer timeline would provide. I am looking forward to reading more books by this writer who has such a fine hand for the heart of what it means to be human (or alien).

  • Monica
    2018-12-28 12:31

    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.I’ll start by saying this was a fast paced book. It was very good. I really enjoyed reading it. It was certainly different it was a Gladiator meets Sci-fi. Alaina was taken by aliens…well technically a human Captain Rua. He was not a horrible person just a survivor and making his way and that happens to be picking up potential slaves and selling them. She is bought by a Royal House and the most prominent one. Heads of that house is Domina Lennai and her brother, Dominus Atticon. Lennai isn’t too bad but not great either. Her brother is a bit more brutal and sorta gets off on violence. He’s quite crude. Alaina’s to be a Donara which is a prize slave for the winner of the fights. She’s to do whatever they ask of her when they win even sex. However, things change when she dresses a wound for a fighter. That fighter is Vega who’s intent on winning his freedom. Things get interesting and they start to feel something for each other rather quickly. It was a sweet love story. Only thing I disliked about the story was that these slaves are used for sex. We see that when Domina Lennai has relations with Vega. They’ve had an arrangement if you can call it that way before Alaina even came. Not like he could say no to the Domina. I’m surprised it never really came up and Alaina didn’t ask either. Only thing I disliked about the story but since it revolves around slavery and even sex slavery its not too much of an issue with me but might to some. Things get extremely complicated for everyone when they are trying to win their freedom and get married in secret. That is if Vega doesn’t die from his numerous injuries. I have to say I loved the idea that he wasn’t the hero. She was. Question is do they get their freedom? Or are they doomed to be slaves til they die? Great secondary characters. I really liked reading about Yfia and Bathari. Recommend.

  • Djg
    2018-12-30 12:39

    Spoiler Triggers: H has sex with ow after meeting h. The main characters are essentially slaves so he has to be with his owner and pretend to be subservient, but he does get aroused. The h almost has sex with someone as a way to save the H, it doesn't happen but she responds physically before it stops. For me those are big turn offs in what is supposed to be a romance. It was ok. The storytelling was interesting about an alien culture where there are gladiators and even the setting is like ancient Rome. The Alien's think and talk like humans, even expressions and slang. A couple of love scenes but not enough and the epilogue was narrated and tied up in a bow.

  •  Rosebud
    2018-12-31 13:27

    Who knew how dangerous being an EMT really was until, at one accident scene, Alaina Stafford finds herself with no memory to explain how she suddenly lands up on an alien spaceship. Slavers abduct Alaina to fill their quota of merchandise to sell at auction. Their destination turns out to be at a space port that hosts Intergalactic gladiator matches. Her future now rests with the one who pays to acquire a rare Earther female. Lennai, head of the most powerful family on the space port, purchases Alaina as her house's newest donara. What exactly is a donara? Alaina's about to find out * * * This new to me author brings modern SciFi elements into an ancient Roman gladiator Era in the style of Anna Hackett's Galactic Gladiator series, & K.D. Jones'sGalactic Cage Fighters series. Overall I appreciated and enjoyed this story. The different scene cut action scenes came in waves that broke up the highs and low intensity going on. By that I mean a scene would build up angst, suspense, and romance in compartmentalized scenes that concluded before repeating the process. I enjoy this sort of format as it gives the reader a chance to decompress between high octane action scenes. Only thing is that it's a repeating roller coaster of sorts that won't appeal to all readers. The author did a good job confusing me with 'good/evil' secondary characters. I'm pretty mainstream in the feeling that I want my evil characters evil and my good characters good.Period. Good is good and bad is bad. Introducing variables that have me questioning if I was too hasty in labeling characters is frustrating as I hate to be wrong, even in my fictional fantasy book worlds. Yet, the author effectively brought in the 'nature vs nurture' slant by doing just that. Lennai, was a prime example. Throughout the whole story I flip flopped over whether she was a "good witch" sort of girl or a "bad witch" (Wizard of Oz reference of course). Which it ultimately turned out to be will be known to only those who read the book. But. I hated that I went back and forth which means: good job Ms. Author. The actual romance between the main characters is pretty obvious. What's not is that this story takes place in a Dystopian hierarchy world. The two, slaves, are pawns owned by those who can pretty much get away with anything if displeased. Throw in a few twists and turns and it makes it interesting for the reader. As for the adult content/erotica. For those readers who like to know how graphic and/or what all to expect. Definitely there is erotica content. Fair warning. One scene I'd tag a non/dub-con as the adult content occurs between a slave/owner. IMHO, consent in that sort of situation, is questionable at best. Otherwise, the scenes do have some heat and meaningful content that readers will enjoy but won't get overly bothered over... if you know what I mean. Issues I had were more a case that the story was too "nice" based on the subject matter premise. The back story is that Alaina is abducted by slavers with the intent to sell her. Further, the auction is held on a space port that deals in gladiator match fights that may end in death, violence, and flesh trade in a Dystopian world. To me that doesn't give off warm tingly rainbow and sunshine vibes. Yet, that's pretty much my take away. To have succeeded for me (reader), this book needed darkness... ps. there's a pun there as the story takes place in deep space which is dark but .... The other issue is that the emotional and interpersonal connection between characters was lacking. Not sure if it makes sense but it was too clinical and sterile. As a reader I want to be moved, connected, and feel a part of a story. The characters therefore need to have life and enough characteristics to have me believe they are more than words in a book. Emotion. Lastly, as someone who is in the medical field I want to say that authors need to do their research as details are important. EMT is not interchangeable with Paramedic. They are different. I would have liked to have read more if this book had been the beginning of a series but upon reaching the end I do feel the author has tied up most lose ends. Nice to have been able to see that so I don't have to wonder. :D

  • Janell Michaels
    2019-01-14 09:45

    This was recommended by a reader and oh my! Sizzling hot. While this is a sci fi tale, much of the premise reminded me a lot of the Spartacus: Blood in the Sand (etc) TV shows with gladiator slaves fighting for the glory of their houses. The heroine, Alaina, is snatched from Earth and sold at auction to a wealthy alien house intending to use her as a prize for the gladiator, er, cursu who wins at the games. She falls for a hot, muscled alien fighter who is trying to win his freedom--but the champion becomes a target for his own fighting brothers as well as the other competitors in the Arena games.Because I always have to have my tiny niggles, I'll mention a couple here. First, the characters' emotional relationship jumped ahead rather suddenly, and I found it a bit surprising. Also, a note of caution for those who expect strict monogamy in a romance. Eh, not exactly. And it's a gladiator/slave story, so people get hurt. These things weren't enough for me to knock a star off my rating, though.I devoured the book in a day and was looking around for more. (Sadly, it appears there aren't more of these by least not yet.)

  • Linda
    2018-12-22 08:44

    I love strong female characters and she really is a survivor. You can't keep her down. He is strong and ready to end his trials. She is a complication but also his salvation. It is a great romance. I received a copy in return for a honest review.

  • Rhonda Hasty
    2018-12-27 08:47

    This was an ok read for me. ....

  • Lori
    2019-01-05 07:24

    Alien Gladiators in space with a Spartacus feel. Enjoyable story with an entertaining plot, good characters, some steamy romance, a HEA and a great epilogue. It's was a bit different than most of the Alien/Human stories I have read. The setup for the story was different and a nice surprise, with a few unexpected twists, but the story itself was predictable for the most part. The story was really good, but with a little more action and suspense it would have been great.Not only are humans kidnapped but other Alien races serve this ruling house. They have to fight for their freedom. Alaina is kidnapped from Earth by another human and delivered to an Alien race for slavery. Even finding herself in this unimaginable situation Alaina doesn't "accept" her fate. She is determined to find a way out the situation. When she meets Vega a warrior captive the attraction is instant. Vega is determined to win his freedom in the arena. When Alaina acts without thinking in order to help Vega things change for both of them. Together and with a little help from an unexpected source they may just survive and win their freedom from their masters. Addison Spear did a really good job with the narration. Pleasant voice. Easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Good character voices. She was able to make the story and characters come to life. Very enjoyable. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.

  • Kristy
    2019-01-08 10:26

    This was ok. I liked the story, it was well written and it was unique. But there was a major aspect I didn't care for. Once it is established who the H and h is, and especially once they have met each other and felt the attraction for one another, I don't like to read about them being with someone else. That happens near the beginning of this book, and I get why it was done, but it really soured the book for me.

  • Kitty_ranma
    2019-01-11 13:39

    Ending with a twist." Audio version.This has a good beginning, unfortunately I then lost interest. It took me several tries to finish it, I finally finished it in 4 days. Then all the sudden it got my attention again. I won't spoil it for you but it does end with a twist.This audiobook was given to me for free at my request from the publisher or author or narrator and I provided this unbiased voluntary review.

  • Heather
    2019-01-01 07:22

    I wasn't expecting much but was surprised by the content. Though I'm not a huge fan of "insta-love" but this plot wasn't bad.

  • D.A. Stafford
    2019-01-19 12:37

    Loved it. Good story line.

  • Loretta
    2019-01-13 11:39

    hot and fast read. :)

  • Judy Lewis
    2019-01-21 12:37

    GREAT READ !!!Title: Alien Conquest (The Warrior's Prize)Designation: An Alien SciFi Romance, Standalone, No CliffhangerAuthor: Scarlett RhoneReading Platform: Kindle UnlimitedMy Rating: Four Riveting Star****Wow! Totally loved it! This is my first time reading Scarlett Rhone but it certainly won't be my last! Until a few days ago, I'd never heard of Scarlett Rhone but Alien Conquest: The Warrior's Prize was recommended in a newsletter by one of my favorite sci-fi authors so I decided to check it out. I discovered it was available under the Kindel Unlimited program and figured I had nothing to lose but a little of my time so I decided to give it a try and so glad I did. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I admit, it took a few chapters for me to really get a feel for the story. It was totally unlike the books I usually choose but the farther I read, the more engrossed I became in the story. I will say that I was immediately enthralled by the courageous, strong-willed heroine, Alaina Stafford, a beautiful pragmatic EMT from Earth who was abducted by aliens but more specifically by Captain Rua, a human spaceship captain who had also been captured 10 years earlier and was little more than a slave himself. Alaina was held prisoner on his spaceship, transported to an alien space station and sold into slavery. The book didn't open with a grab-you-out-of-the-gate event nor an explosive immediate attraction, but started with a small spark and gradually built to a roaring hot blaze. It was the fourth chapter before we actually met the hero, handsome alien Errai warrior Vega who was a cursu, the equivalent of a Roman gladiator and as such, was also a slave. Unlike Alaina, Vega volunteered to be sold into slavery to fight for his people and save his planet but we knew none of this when he was first introduced in the story. Quite honestly, I didn't like Vega at first, not even a little bit. At this point, I almost stopped reading but that would have been a big mistake because I would have missed a great story. Initially, I thought Vega was arrogant, cocky and cruel but as the story progressed, I found him to be so much more that I originally thought. By the time I reached the halfway point of the story, I found myself totally smitten with Vega and cheering for both him and Alaina. Overall, the book was fairly well crafted with a third person narrative and perspectives from both protagonists. There were quite a few minor grammatical errors, with most of them being missing words or modifiers, but nothing that distracted me from the story. The dialogue was well executed and flowed smoothly. But without a doubt, my favorite component of this story was the remarkable cast of characters. There's nothing I enjoy more than a great hero and heroine, as well as a great antagonist. You know, the guys you love to hate, and in this story, there were several and they weren't all men. I truly enjoy a bad to the bone villain who is a woman. I find them to be fascinating. There were several times I found myself white knuckling my ereader with tears in my eyes and my heart beating wildly in my chest. And that, folks, is entertainment. So in conclusion, I will say that I did truly enjoy this book and would recommend it, but only to readers over 18 since it does contain some very steamy dreamy love scenes. Great entertainment and an awesome read.Beautiful, tenacious paramedic Alaina Stafford has always been a practical woman. She's had little choice. She'd lost her parents as a child and battled the foster care system just to survive so she well knew what it was like to fight for everything in her life. Sure, she was pretty enough with her long blond hair and gorgeous grey eyes but sadly, she'd never had a successful relationship. Heck, she'd never even met a guy with whom she wanted to spend the rest of her life. Was it too much to ask to find a man who was willing to accept her independent nature? Too bad she had to be abducted by aliens and travel clear across the galaxy to find him. And too bad, her perfect man was also a slave and not just any slave.... a cursu, a warrior who fought not only for his freedom but also his right to live. Oh, and he was an alien. Oh, dear! Of all the men in the universe, she had to fall in love with an enslaved alien gladiator. Now, all Alaina has to do is figure out a way for her and Vega to somehow escape so they can be together. That is if they live! But one thing's for sure, this heroine won't give up without a fight and she just may have to save her man! Oh, my! But can Alaina and Vega overcome the danger and safely navigate the labyrinth of obstacles in their path? We'll see!

  • shannonStubbs
    2019-01-18 11:26

    Better than expectedI thought this was an average girl gets abducted by aliens and then rescued by the handsome alien hero. It was more like Roman gladiators meets space. The hero wasn't who I originally thought it was. I liked it.

  • Raven
    2019-01-04 11:40

    Actually thinking this is a 3.5 read. I likes the alien romance but the too real gladiator lifestyle was not to my liking. I really liked the main characters but the insta-love was the quickest I have EVER read. They went from not caring about anyone but themselves to completely into each other (soulmates) within 2 pages. This had potential but needed more development of the actual love story. This was a kindle unlimited free read for me.

  • Gayla Maypole
    2018-12-23 07:30

    Not perfect, but written well enough to overlook itSome of the elements of this story were hard for me to believe but the plot and dialogue kept me really involved with the story. I loved Alaina's pragmatic sense of survival. Basically adapt and survive at all costs. It makes so much sense to go with the flow till you know your way out of a bad situation. The hero is just as great. Logical and focused on fighting his way to freedom like a gladiator. They fell in love a little fast for me,And seemed more human than alien sometimes. However, this was written with enough description and great storytelling that it was easily over looked. There are some curse words and the sex scenes are few and tasteful. No rape if that bothers you. There is a questionable consent scene with the hero but it's not graphic. Also not super gory with the fight scenes. No typos. Hurray. Well edited with interesting and original aliens and touching scenes in an ugly world. Kudos. Liked it very much.

  • Emma Hamm
    2019-01-21 14:41

    I certainly did not expect to enjoy this book quite as much as I did! There are a lot of alien romance novels out there and inevitably it seems that no matter which one you read, you're going to get one that's just smut and poorly written to book. This book blows every other alien romance novel out of the water and then some! I mean really, holy crap. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this was actually a book straight out of a gladiatorial roman novel mixed with awesome aliens, fantastic world development, and a surprisingly enjoyable story that was really heart wrenching. The main female was likeable. She was strong willed, smart, and knew how to survive. She made the right choices when she had to and managed to convince me that if I had met her in real life, I would have liked her. Vega, the alien, was intriguing in his own right. He was gruff in a gladiator kind of way all while remaining extremely attached to Alaina. Their love was sweet and soft whereas everyone else in the book is not.The only reason why I can't give this five stars is the insta-love. It seemed that they just met and he was already saying how much he loved her and wanted to marry her. It actually made me pause in my reading to wonder what in the world had happened. The ending also feels a little rushed with a quick "and here's what happened after" rather than actually experiencing it. But all in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the story and adventure.

  • Tina
    2018-12-27 12:46

    Alien ConquestGood story with wonderful characters. The world building was very good. I wish some things were not glossed over, rushed and had more time spent on them. Otherwise a pretty good sci-fi book.

  • Ceeri Jay
    2018-12-30 08:38

    Love in the midst of cholerics This was my first book from this author received as a freebie.The worldbuilding was good, and felt very much like that US/ Aus TV series Spartacus , all blood, open baths, the arena a psycho, brutal dominus and his spoiled, deluded domina sister.Vega, the H and Alaina the h are faced with the brutal and harsh reality of being enslaved on a space station where gladiators fight to resolve planetary disputes of the three main slave master races.The author did a lot of telling rather than showing, which doesn't help the flow but the story was a solid hit for me, even the (view spoiler)[ alien pregnancy that imbued Alaina with superhuman strength to battle and win as a champion gladiator (hide spoiler)] although convenient was actually plausible overall.The HEA is hard fought (literally!) and the epilogue satisfyingWould maybe read another from this author if they got into more of a flowing writing style cos the story just begs to leap of the page rather than sedately run off like a ticker tape["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Hannah West
    2019-01-20 07:30

    This book was an unexpected delight. I purchased it on a whim and couldn't put it down.I don't want to leave any spoilers, so all I will say is that, for me, it had the perfect amount of sic-fi and romance. It was realistic and gritty and totally captivating. I did't feel like the romance was rushed or forced and the world within the book was both fantastic and familiar. One of my favourite things was how the characters were part of something that they had no control over, and how the author wrote their inter turmoil. I loved how some started out bad, but as you learned their circumstances you came to understand why they acted the way they did. And I loved how some characters saved themselves, when there was nobody to be their light in the dark.The ending was both satisfying and delicious and I would recommend this read.The romance was sweet. The sex wasn't overdone or gaudy. The world was intricate yet easy to understand. The characters were not annoying. I specifically liked how the main female protagonist held her own and earned the respect of others. The love in the book was born through mutual respect and genuine affection, and it was just brilliant.

  • Patricia Kieffer
    2018-12-23 14:26

    Alien Conquest (The Warrior's Prize) by Scarlett RhoneAlaina Stafford has been abducted by aliens. She was climbing out of an ambulance and thenext minute she was in a space ship with her wrists and ankles manacled. Captain Rua spoke english, and was from Earth. He tells them all on the ship they are being taken to the Arena Market. Alaina is taken to the Captains room, he wants sex with her but only if she agree and then he will help her be sold as a healer but she refuse. He then injects a microchip, it is atranslator. There are different aliens and this will help her understand them. I found this book very interesting and really enjoyed reading this story. This is the first story I have read about Aliens and space and I have to say I look forward to reading more. Scarlett Rhone made thisstory full of different twist and turns and the characters are all interesting. I would love to read more from her. I would love to give her more stars then just 5. This is truly one of myfavorite books. This book was given to me for my honest opinion.

  • Sharon
    2019-01-06 14:47

    Alaina was an EMT on earth that was kidnapped and woke up on a alien spaceship bound for partsunknown. She was not the only captive, there were aliens from all different worlds chained andshackled like she was. She was to be sold in the slave market and she hoped it would be as a healer and not as a slave or a gladiator in the arena. She did become a healer and was attracted to Vega as he was to her when she was tending his wounds from fights in the arena. As time went on theybecame closer and their dominia was jealous as she was also attracted to him. Vega wanted to win freedom for him and Alaina but it seemed like everything and everyone was against them. I was given this arc book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Julie Jackson
    2018-12-26 09:45

    Alien conquestKidnapped and scared, Alaina couldn't believe what was happening. Aliens- she had be taken by aliens and a human was helping them to boot. Captain Rua wanted her for himself but when she denied him, she was sent back to the hold to be sold with the others. She is bought by Lennai of the House of Chara. This is when she first got a glimpse at the arena and the gladiator Vega. Alaina tries to escape but it was a trap and Vega came to her rescue with Lennai. She was made the healer with one condition. If one fighter does then she would die also. Vega fought hard for his freedom but Alaina was always on his mind. He had to find a way to save them both. It is sheer strength and fighting that lead these two together toward their freedom.

  • Pam Louis
    2018-12-23 12:19

    Alaina Stafford had been kiddanaped of earth by alien's and sold as a slave at the Arena market. Her new owner was a women who was an Errai. Now she was to be gifted to one of the women's warriors in the next arena fight, who ever won. The campion of her men was Rua and he was a cursii. A warrior slave fighting for his freedom. The girl remind him of his home, her hair, her eyes. And it's confused him he had to keep his mind on his plan freedom and yet....Wow there us a lot going on in this story and a lot of characters too. It's rich and spicy with lots of drama and intrigue. It keeps you guessing until the end. Truly a fun adventure. If you love SyFy this is one you should not miss. Book given for an honest review and I honestly loved it.

  • Leyns
    2019-01-05 12:19

    BizarreI liked the sample so I bought the book. The heroine was abducted by aliens but kept calm and tried her best to stay strong, use her common sense and be true to herself. But then weird stuff started happening. She saw a big fierce scary lizardy alien and immediately thought he was hot and sexy. Really? Then both of these strong, serious and practical people started taking stupid chances to be with each other - when they'd only just met! *spoilers*The ending was unbelievable as well. All these people showering and dressing her didn't notice the rope tied around her waist? Or the scales on her back? Hmm.