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Summary

I can’t let my captor claim me as his mate…no matter how much I want him….

I’ve been swept off my feet before, and I’ve got the bruises to show just how badly that ended. I’m not about to fall at the feet of the next man - or alien - to cross my path. Especially not when he steals me away from home and wants to use me as his broodmare. 

Kloran is intense and sometimes scary. A prince of his people with a duty so deeply ingrained, it’s hard to see where it ends and he begins. But the glimpses of the man beneath the hardened warrior prince make me wonder if there’s something more between us....

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Great Escapism

Good old fashioned romance complete with delicate pretty damsels in distress and big bossy protective Warriors swooping in to save them from the dastardly baddies that want to have their wicked way with them, wrapped up in a Sci Fi setting . Lots of detailed and outrageous sex scenes that the narrators were probably glad that their blushing faces remain anonymous. Very entertaining looking forward to downloading the rest.! yippee.

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Yay

Really enjoyed this series. Would like more on lunarians. Very sexy and feel like i will miss them now lol

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Gripping read

Absolutely great set of books, each story is so different and I’m so looking forward to readings more in this series.

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Out of this world is an apt description

The narrators made the characters come to life as well as exciting.I was sad finish the books.I look forward to starting 4- 7 and hope they are as
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Great book

Really great series of books only issue I have is how the female narrator pronounces Calliope. Just wish someone had picked up on this when the recording was listened to.

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  • Nanette Tropeano
  • 01-08-21

These books are not for anyone who like strong female characters

The females in these books seem to be one step away from having the vapors and running to hide every time there is a problem. Serious grow a set ladies and fight don’t cringe and hide letting the men take all the risks. They should fight beside their men not run an hide.

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  • MomOf2
  • 22-06-21

Not for me

I mean we read these books for the sex but the writing is ONLY that it seems.

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  • Hildegard
  • 02-06-21

Roxie Ray Always Delivers

I really enjoy the stories woven by Roxie Ray. This bundle contains the first 3 books in the Lunarian Warriors series, and all are filled with drama, intrigue, and of course, STEAM! The alien abductor followed by alien savior trope is always fun.

While this bundle contains the first 3 audiobooks, there are already 7 individual titles in the series in audio. I definitely recommend people listen to the rest of the series, as well. There is a change in the male narrator in later books from McAllister to Gregory Kellen that works great. No need to worry about the change impacting the listening experience negatively. Sierra Kline is her usual, brilliant self. She is highly emotive and really pulls you into the story! Logan McAllister does a good job too, but it's funny that it becomes clear he mispronounced the baby's name! It's a small detail, of course, but it does take you out of the story for a beat.

Roxie Ray is always consistent at delivering exciting stories, intriguing world building, and hot romance. Definitely worth the listen. Every time.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-09-21

Alien romance

Enjoyable romance stories that transport you away from the problems currently on earth. The various races of aliens was realistic and would have been good with different races from earthalso

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  • E Ivet Q
  • 14-10-21

Giving a 2 star is generous

The make narrator ruined the story for me. I don't know why he thought he needed to sound out the heroines name every time he said it! It made the Male main character sound stupid and it was so annoying it was impossible to continue listening! Don't waste your money on this audible. I think I'll just read the books for myself.

Update* The next 2 books were read much better and were very well written. I changed my opinion to 4 stars.

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  • Ilikebooksbest
  • 20-06-22

“Out of the frying pan into another freaking frying pan.”

Book 1: Abducted by the Warrior Prince

The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💙💚🖤💜
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😪😵‍😑🥺

The heroine: Bria - she was married and was abused by her husband. She grew up in sector six, but married a man from sector one. She didn’t look the part for sector one society (not blonde and thin), she is brunette and curvy. She was grey class and her sector one badge showed that. She shouldn’t be leaving her sector. Her badge tagged her as being from a lower class than the blue class of sector one. Leaving her husband wasn’t easy, but she wanted to get out of her marriage alive.

The Hero: Kloran - he is a prince of Lunaria and tasked with finding breeding slaves to save his species from extinction within the next generation. He purchased Bria on the breeding slave market thinking she had agreed to being a slave at auction.

The Story: Kloran and his crew find out quickly that Bria was under duress and had not agreed to her situation. They are worried that if she dies, they will not be able to buy another slave at auction and if they returned her then she might end up in a worse situation than with them.

The Lunarian’s decide that they still want to see if a woman from Earth is able to carry a half Lunarian child. Since none of their other breeding slaves have been able to get pregnant from being inceminated. Now that they know Bria is not a slave and never agreed to be in the slave auction, they have to free her but if she gets attracted to one of the Lunarian’s and the make a baby the old fashioned way, of her own free will, then all the better for them.

The book was told in dual points of view using dual narration. The narrators were Sierra Kline and Logan McAllister. I like duet narration much better where the female narrator does all the female parts and the male narrator does all the male parts. However, these two did a good job and I tend to pick books that have a male and female narrator whether it is dual or duet narration. Sierra did a great job as Bria, who is anxious and hesitant due to her abusive background.

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  • Nicole Adanlete
  • 15-05-22

Totally in love

I love the narration of this whole series 1-3 the characters and story line looking forward to reading more… each story was captivating the names of the characters are hard to pronounce but still lovely all the same

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  • TenagneHM
  • 27-04-22

So many eye rolls

There are a couple of places where the author shows the characters learning a new culture in a witty and quite comical way. That’s all the positive feedback I have.

The first book is tolerable, but most of the second book is long monologues about how much each character desires the other, describing every sensation, every tingle, but with no basis for their attraction. No relationship develops between the couple, they just show up in love, and spend most of the book denying their feelings for ridiculous reasons.

I can’t finish these books.

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  • Zoe
  • 20-04-22

love the story, but the narrators...

love the stories and enjoyed listening to them, but when the male and female narrators pronounce the same name two different ways... just drives me CRAZY in a frustrating way.

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  • K W McKinney
  • 03-04-22

Intriguing story

I enjoyed the third story the most, the Author truly hit her stride. I feel like the narrators made the female characters seem ditsy and empty headed.