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Posted July 30, 2013
3.5 stars: CLAIMING HER WARRIORS is a stand alone storyline fro
3.5 stars: CLAIMING HER WARRIORS is a stand alone storyline from the pen of Katie Reus written as Savannah Stuart. The premise focuses on the men and women of Planet Lumineta and the warriors hoping to claim one human woman as their own. The brothers, Aeron and Hauk, hope that Brianna will accept their claim as mates but something or someone may be standing in the way.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
On planet Lumineta, two males (in this case brothers) claim one woman as their mate. . The number of children born to the Luminetas is declining and those that survive are usually male, thus leaving the planet with more males than females. Brianna’s home planet was destroyed and she now lives among the people of planet Lumineta but not all inhabitants are willing to accept ‘immigrants’ from another planet.
Brianna and Aeron have a history together and Aeron is hoping to convince Brianna to accept (along with his brother Hauk) his mate claim. As the trio begin to get closer together, a threat against Brianna’s life, nearly destroys the relationship before it has had a chance to begin. When the identity of the threat is finally revealed, Aeron and Hauk are not surprised.
Claiming Her Warriors is a fast paced novella that borders the genres of sci-fi and the paranormal. It is a fast paced, well-written novella about a few days in the life of three people meant to be together-forever. The world building and character development are limited due to the length of the storyline and I hope that the author is considering expanding on the trio’s story. The main characters are likeable and you get the impression that Aeron and Hauk would be miserable without Brianna in their lives.
If you like a quick story with a little sex (M/M/F), a little romance, a mystery and a HEA, Claiming Her Warriors is the perfect read for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Posted July 28, 2013
It was ok.
For 99 cents that's about what it was worth. I did not like how it felt like there should have been a book prior to this one, that there was information missing. When the story starts it feels like you are starting off from a prior story that left off.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The characters were not bad, but I felt like I could not really connect with them much. It was an easy read with about 197 nook pages, and moved really fast. The author seemed to just skim over information about the characters, not getting too in depth.
Posted July 26, 2013
I liked the story that went on behind the romance. I am not int
I liked the story that went on behind the romance. I am not into menage scenes, so for that reason I gave it less stars. I really liked the first book in the series better. If you like m/f/m or can look past these to the story beyond, you will probably like it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I received an ARC for an honest review.