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Posted July 22, 2013
The year is 2236 and Brianna is one of the few human females living on Planet Lumineta. She is attracted to Aeron but is unsure if she wants to mate with him. To do so would mean including his brother, Hauk. This local custom of joining is foreign as well as unsettling to Brianna. When her life is in danger, both brothers are determined to protecting her. Now the sparks fly! This is a very hot sexual romance that has two Alpha Males and a very feisty red-head who won't let them run her life. These characters are so vibrant and passionate that they jump off the page and grab your attention. The story is fast paced with a very good mixture of science fiction, sex and suspense. Savannah's Claim Her Warriors is a quick summer read that will have you blushing.
I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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Posted February 4, 2014
Title: Claiming Her Warriors
Author: Savannah Stuart
Publisher: Savannah Stuart
E-Book ASIN: B00E357D6W
Tags: Fantasy, Science Fiction
Brianna had come to Lumineta over twelve moon cycles prior. She and other women had been rescued from their blue planet, dying from the wounds of war and disease, by Aeron and his warriors had saved her and brought her and the other women to his planet. They had had only one night together when Brianna rejected a mating with Aeron and his brother Hauk. Afraid of the custom of Aeron's people of the females taking two mates. Brianna had walked away, but when her friend Saroya told her Aeron had been injured she knew she could not walk away. She had to make a relationship between the three of them work.
When she finally agreed to see where a relationship between the three would go Aeron begins to show signs of jealousy and she again walks away telling him to call her when he decides what he really wants. On the way home from Aeron's and Hauk's place she is attacked by someone from the shadows near her home. When Aeron and Hauk find out they bring her to their home to keep her safe. They then plan how to catch the fool who tried to harm their mate. With virtually no clues to follow the danger to Brianna grows as does the sexual tension between Brianna, Aeron and Hauk. Will a shadow keep the three from finding the happiness they deserve or will Hauk and Aeron's hearts break again at the loss of another mate.
Although set on another world and no definite origin of earth given I imagine we failed to heed the warning signs or learn from our past mistakes to the point that earth has become inhospitable to mankind. I can also imagine going to another world and looking at the peace and beauty and embracing a peaceful and advanced culture. A place where war and disease are a thing of the past, yet they people have learned to protect what they have atained. The link between Aeron and Brianna is strong, yet Aeron gave her the tie she needed to adjust to her new world before he began a hard push for Brianna. His pain at her rejection comes off the pages so that you feel it too as does as his confusion over his reactions to Hauk's kissing her. You will be surprised at who is behind the attack and hold your breath when that person gets Brianna in their clutches again. Your will not stop until the last word is read. Do not miss the opportunity to read the second book in Savannah Stuart's Future Romance series. I am going to have to get Heated Mating to see if it is as good as Claiming her Warriors. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.
Posted December 1, 2013
Perfect Saturday Night Read!
My obsession with ménage stories has crossed a new line. Instead of humans or even shifters, we have aliens. And while not usually a science-fiction kind of girl, I’m ready to board a ship to the planet Lumineta and look for my mates. Not really, but you get my point.
Claiming Her Warriors is a ridiculously hot little story about two alien brothers who have chosen a human woman as their mate. They’re strong and domineering with definite alpha-male personalities. These boys are bigger than human men and have a bit of an advantage in the *ahem* linguistics department. I’ll just leave that right there and let you think about it.
Brianna is the human woman at the center of the story. Kind and sweet, she’s in love with one of the brothers but uncomfortable with the concept of the double mating. She runs for a bit to give herself time to accept the idea but eventually comes back to her boys…and yes, they are definitely her boys.
Aeron and Hauk are the two brothers wanting to make Brianna theirs. Unlike a lot of erotica out there, Savannah was able to write two very dominate and aggressive men, trained soldiers, who don’t completely overpower their little human mate. Well, they overpower her a bit in the bedroom, but not in a bad way. They respect her, cherish her, want only her happiness, and that level of care and devotion follows them into even the steamiest sex scenes.
I just have to give this one five stars. Claiming Her Warriors is a sweet and sexy story depicting the pleasurable possibilities of giving in to your desires. With just enough drama and mystery to keep the plot moving forward, this novella offers you love and lust, family and desire. A perfect Saturday night read!
Posted October 29, 2013
Well this book wasn’t at all what I was thinking it would be. I’m not sure if that would be a good thing or a bad thing, but seeing as how I did enjoy the story I think it worked out well in the long run. I believe that there are other books in the series, and if that is the case I will check them out just because I enjoyed the authors writing style.
The characters that we were introduced to in this book, to me personally it felt like the men, Aeron and Hauk were more described than Brianna was. She has a complete past that we aren’t really told much about, but like I said, I think there might be other books where we learn more about what was going on with her planet. Don’t get me wrong, there were some parts of her past we were told about, just not a lot.
I did feel like the drama that took place in the book was rushed towards the end, but on the other hand, the story itself was short. It was very interesting and I do have to say that I didn’t see the twist happening. (Yes I was excited that it caught me off guard!)
Overall I did like this book and although it’s a Science Fiction genre book, it didn’t have a lot of that in it. So it was really easy for me to follow along with the story.
I received a copy of this book for an honest review.
Posted August 6, 2013
I am a huge fan of Katie Reus/Savannah Stuart. I started reading this book not sure of what I was going to think because I normally do not read, or enjoy, menage stories. I think what set this story line apart was that it is set on another planet where the men outnumber the women making this type of relationship the norm for their culture. It also helped the the main female character had been rescued from her dying planet and was also coming to terms with this type of relationship. I actually ended up enjoying the story and the characters are great, as usual. Really surprised by this one because I honestly did not expect to like it. I love it when a book proves me wrong.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 5, 2013
Posted July 30, 2013
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.
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
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.
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 27, 2013
This book took me by surprise. I am typically not a fan of ménage stories; however, this one is written in such a way that it did not overshadow the romance/love between the three main characters.
Savannah Stuart puts a Sci Fi spin on this novella. You are given just enough world building that you understand the culture and custom of the people of Luminet. The customs of the people are why I believe I could understand the reason for multiple mates (male) to one female. I enjoyed the fact that Brianna, who is human, was not comfortable with the multiple mate custom. Savannah did a great job in describing Brianna’s feelings in such a way that I felt they mimicked my own (I would not have been comfortable with the idea of being with two brothers). Brianna did not immediately warm to the idea and Hauk and Aeron did not force her into either.
This story is beautifully written. I got past my apprehensions quickly and was able to focus on the romance between the three because the story does not focus strictly on the sex.
I received an ARC for an honest review.
Posted July 26, 2013
This is a sexy hot menage story, with a lot of heart too. Brianna has led the men on a merry chase and doesn’t just give in right away, I think I like that strength about her the most. After all these are two very hot, very Alpha men who just want to love her and do deliciously dirty things to her.
I enjoyed the first in the series and learning even more about these alien warriors in this story. The added twist of someone wanting to kill Brianna was so well handled it took a bit for me to figure out and added just the right amount of extra tension to this story.
Everything wraps up nicely with no loose ends and I definitely highly recommend this read.
I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.
Posted July 26, 2013
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.
I received an ARC for an honest review.
Posted July 23, 2013
NUMBER OF STARS: 3 1/2
Brianna was saved from the death of her planet and is now trying to rebuild her life. But on her new plant it is customary for a female to mate with two men. While the idea excites her reality scares her. But in order to get the man she wants she is going to have to learn to share.
Aeron & Hauk have been mated before. There was no problems in the 1st mating. But this thing with Brianna has Aeron acting aggressive towards his brother. But after Brianna is attacked Aeron begins to see that Brianna is going to need both of them to keep her safe. And that means he has to share.
This was a quickie read. It is a novella after all. But it was a good read. I am interested to see what Savannah has in store for us next.
I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
Posted July 23, 2013
This book is a sexy menage sci-fi with some suspense thrown in for good measure. Brianna and a group of human women were rescued from their dieing planet and taken to Lumienta where they have homes, jobs and live a semi-normal life. However, on the planet Lumienta men out-number women, so when it comes to relationships, the ratio is two to one. (M/F/M). Brianna has always had a "thing" for Aeron since he was one of the warriors that rescued her but she is not sure she can enter a relationship with him and his brother Hauk, as is the custom. The interaction between the three main characters in this book is fun with attitude thrown in. As Brianna struggles with her decision -- Aeron must decide whether he can live with sharing her with his brother. Aeron and Hauk are both Alpha males with very protective instincts and have a son from a previous mating. I have not read the first book in this series, Heated Mating but the author did a good job of making Claiming Her Warriors a stand alone. I would recommend this book to as a quick, sexy read.
** I was given an ARC of this book for an honest review.
Posted July 22, 2013
Claiming Her Warriors by Savannah Stuart is a short Sci-Fi/futuristic erotic romance. I don't read much of this genre, but this short story was a pleasure to read.
First of all, I must say up front that this book is a ménage story (M/F/M) involving two brothers mating with one woman. Therefore, I just wanted to put that out in case some readers might find this objectionable. If that's the case, then this story might not be your cup of tea.
This story takes place in Planet Lumineta, 2236. Brianna's home planet was destroyed due to wars and diseases that ravaged the planet. Luckily she was saved by Aeron, a Luminet warrior, and taken to Planet Lumineta. He'd been one of the warriors on the scouting mission that had saved her and the handful of human females from certain death. However, Aeron's planet is different than that of Brianna's. There aren't any incurable diseases and no war. Another difference is that there's a much higher ratio of males to females. Due to this, women are treated with nothing but respect by everyone.
From the moment Aeron met Brianna, the connection was instantaneous. After the pursuit of Brianna & after they'd finally slept together, he dropped the bomb on Brianna about mating with him and his brother. See, Lumineta has a custom of male-female-male joining meaning that if Brianna wanted to be with Aeron then she'll have to mate with his brother, Hauk, too. Brianna isn't too fond of this custom and needs time to adjust, but gradually she gives in to the pleasure & eventually falls for both brothers. However, when Brianna is attacked one night the brothers will stop at nothing to find the perpetrator who has attacked their mate.
I ended up enjoying Claiming Her Warriors a lot more than I thought I would since I'm not much of a Sci-Fi/futuristic romance reader. The brothers Aeron & Hauk were big, intimidating, yet they were very protective of Brianna and loving also. Alpha would be the perfect word to describe them. The sexual chemistry was palpable and the sex between the threesome was pretty sizzling hot. I must note that there is also a little sprinkle of suspense thrown into the story of trying to find out who is after Brianna.
In all, Claiming Her Warriors was a steamy ménage story with futuristic elements. I found this read enjoyable and would recommend readers of romance to pick up this sci-fi/futuristic erotic romance if they're looking for a light, quick, and sexy ménage with a touch of suspense.
Posted July 22, 2013
Claiming Her Warriors is a super sexy futuristic sci fi set in the year 2236 on the planet Lumineta. Brianna and other human women were rescued from the dying Earth by the Luminet warriors. It’s a win win for both races. Lumineta has a shortage of females and the human women get to survive and thrive on a new planet with some very sexy males that are compassionate and caring and looking for mates.
Brianna grabbed the attention of Aeron from the moment they met. They are equally attracted to each other. Brianna human aversion to having two men is the only thing keeping them apart. She knows that this is a normal occurrence on her new home planet. She knows that it is not frowned upon and it is openly accepted. She just has no clue what to do with one Luminet warrior, much less two.
Aeron and Hauk know exactly what they want from Brianna. They’ve rescued her, watched her acclimate to a new life, and now they want her to be their mate. They have tried to give her time to come to terms with having both of them in her life romantically. When Brianna is attacked they see no other but to protect what is theirs at all costs. Hauk and Aeron have no problem using the situation to keep her close to them so they can show that what they want from her will work and they will all be happy.
It is just impossible not to love Hauk and Aeron. They are sexy alpha males doing anything and everything to get their female to see them for what they are, her mates. Brianna knows she wants them, she just is used to doing romance and relationships a little differently.
This book is set in the same world as Heated Mating and can be easily read as a stand-alone.
Posted July 22, 2013
We had the pleasure of meeting Aeron briefly in Savannah Stuart's Heated Mating. Also introduced to Brianna as a friend of Saroya, as well as the situation she is in with Aeron and Hauk. Well within Claiming Her Warriors, we are put right in the middle of Brianna, Hauk, and Aeron's story. There is a lot of sexiness found within these pages. If you like male-female-male sexual interactions then you are sure to love this book.
Brianna is faced with the need to step out of her boundaries of comfort, or so she thought when it comes to these two brothers. She already knows she is head over heels for Aeron, but she is nervous about the thought of mating two warriors, becoming a mother and whether or not she will like Hauk the way she does Aeron. How could you not love a race/world where the men can extend their tongue to pleasure their woman/mate. On this world their is a shortage in woman so many/all relations are a threesome setting. Where crime is rather non-existent,and where crime occurs the consequences are rather large. Sounds perfect,right?
You are definitely going to need several cold showers or a fresh cup of ice off to the side to cool off after reading this amazing erotica novel.
Posted July 22, 2013
i received claiming her warriors for free in exchange for a honest review.
Brianna first appeared in heated mating and ive been looking forward to her story ever since (You don't need to read heated mating first as claiming her warriors works well as a standalone)
I really enjoyed this story from start to finish, it was interesting on how Brianna dealt with her feelings for Aeron and Hauk and all the issues that comes with it, when i pick up a Savannah Stuart book i expect it to be steamy and interesting and to grab my attention and this does all those things would certainly recommend this to anyone who likes a a bit of hot with there romance! A certain must read!
Can't wait for Savannah Stuart next book!
Posted August 2, 2013
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Posted August 11, 2013
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