Alliances: Book One
Spunky commander Berit Turner is known for two things: his huge libido and his lack of a filter—he says what he thinks. Berit sets his mind on being part of a mission to Ligador to make sure the planet is habitable for humans. He’s ecstatic when his team is assigned to the task force. A delegation of Nadisc, a humanoid alien race, accompanies them, and passion ignites between Berit and their commanding officer, Tom. But Berit is determined that Tom is just another notch on his bedpost, as he doesn’t do relationships.
The excursion to Ligador goes wrong from the beginning, when they discover Ligador has been established as a breeding station by their worst enemy: the Tash’Ba. Dinosaur-like creatures become the team’s worst nightmare, and staying alive is going to take everything they’ve got… and then some.
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My first by this author, and over all I really enjoyed this story. Fast paced, lots of charaters but easy to follow every one, fantasy but not so crazy so I was able to understand the names and words being used to describe the worlds, plants animals etc. What I did find annoying was the repeat phrases and statements through out the story. We have Berit and his best friend Carson are first explores for new planets, they have a new team joining them this time, Nadisc are bigger, stronger and rev Berit up faster and higher than any other species including is own human. So as soon as Berit and Carson meet Tom and Ni, sparks fly. And before they even leave the ship Ni claims Carson publicly and Tom and Berit unofficially. This novel is about four MC’s even though we hear more about Berit and Tom, Ni and Carson play such a major role you can’t say they are secondary charaters. All four have perfect chemistry together as a working unit and as two sets of couples. The details we get as they fight there was through the plants vegetation, evil monsters trying to save each other was just so well done. I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals many reviews