Claimed by Noatak

Claimed by Noatak

by Tamsin Ley

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BN ID: 2940161525166
Publisher: Twin Leaf Press
Publication date: 12/18/2018
Series: Galactic Pirate Brides , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 115,972
File size: 927 KB

About the Author

Once upon a time I thought I wanted to be a biomedical engineer, but experimenting on lab rats doesn't always lead to happy endings. Now I blend my nerdy infatuation of science with character-driven romance and guaranteed happily-ever-afters. My monsters always find their mates, with feisty heroines, tortured heroes, and all the steamy trouble they can handle. I promise my stories will never leave you hanging (although you may still crave more!)

When I'm not writing, I'll be in the garden or the kitchen, exploring Alaska with my husband, or preparing for the zombie apocalypse. I also love wine and hard apple cider, am mediocre at crochet, and have the cutest 12-pound bunny named Abigail.

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Claimed by Noatak 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 10 days ago
The great writing just continues in this third book of the glacatic bride novels. The action,romance,and technology is very believable to me. The characters remain strongly written and the storyline flows well thru out this book. I'm waiting with bated breathe for what's coming next with new characters in the fourth book. The author has the unique ability to keep each book seamlessly flowing while moving the overall Storyline forward and keeping true to each books own original storyline with action, true love and new technology situations.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Third in the series, but a standalone. You'll meet the characters from the previous books but you don't NEED them to read this (you'll miss a couple of great stories though..). Marlis is a great heroine. She's had a brain injury and isn't able to remember things. She also has anger issues. She won't be allowed to stay on the station she's been living on so she goes in search of a security job. She finds a job and Noatak. They have an instant spark but Noatak is sick enough to not be able to take a mate. She also finds herself on a pirate crew and starts remembering her past. They'll have an adventure as they continue to fight to save the world and themselves. Too much fun! Add in an AI with personality and brooding aliens and this is a story you don't want to miss. Marlis is terrific and Noatak is only trying to take care of her but she's not having it. I liked the characters, I liked the story and I'm enjoying the Galactic Pirate Brides series a lot. Looking forward to the next book in the series. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC).
BossAngel 3 months ago
Claimed by Noatak - Love this Series - Keeps Getting Better Noatak was introduced in the first book "Rescued By Qaiyaan". He was "second in command", gruff, and suspicious but is loyal and has a heart of gold once he trusts you, so I looked forward to read this book about him. Tamsin did not disappoint me, this is another great book in this series with our Space Pirates. In this Noatak who has his own ship and crew falls in love with Marlis who is ill and agrees to be a test subject for the nanites but the bad guys - Syndicorp make it a bumpy road to happiness. Again the crew introduced in this book especially Twerp was adorable. There's action, romance, drama and hunky aliens to fall in love with for future books. I volunteer to read and review this ARC
JEA2 3 months ago
This book is filled with action and intrigue, the chemistry between the characters is wonderful. I can't wait for more from this author. I received this book as a FREE ARC copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.
Danea55 3 months ago
I want an AI like Twerp...She's just awesome! Oh my heavens. If there were a way for me to adopt a hot, copper skinned, heartbreakingly sweet alien man, I would totally pick Noatak. Seriously, my poor heart just adores him. Alright, gushing done, now down to business. This review will catch you up and has no real spoilers. Noatak is book three in Tamsin Ley's Galactic Pirate Brides series which chronicles the journey of a group of alien men called Denaidans and their quest to save their race from extinction. They have a very specific set of bodily functions that prevents them from being able to take mates outside of their species, and their planet, along with all their females, was destroyed by an evil corporation that essentially runs the universe. This series follows two 'pirate' ships and their crews in the search for a cure as well as vengeance on those who almost killed off their entire race. So far, we've followed the two captains who have both found mates with the help of 'nanites' (tiny electronic machines that can enhance a body, or destroy it). Noatak is the first mate of the Kinship under captain Qaiyaan and has thus far proven loyal and good natured. He also has some medical issues we didn't know about that have him playing reckless. At this point in the story, they are trying to find women who will be hosts for these nanites and potentially become mates for the Denaidans. The recruiting falls to Noatak and Joy (Kashatok's mate) which leads them to find Marlis and Emmy. Marlis is the daughter of a general in the very corporation who the Resistance is fighting against. She has memory issues due to a horrific incident as a child, but is kickass with weapons. She has a small wrist bound AI that assists her who she named Twerp. Hands down, Twerp is one of my favorite characters thus far. Mrs. Ley has a habit of making her side characters absolutely adorable and they often steal the show for a scene. Noatak and Marlis embark on their journey with a bang and it leads on from there. Their story has some extremely heart-wrenching moments both of the sorrow-filled and of the joyous persuasions. We learn a lot in this installment and it has me looking forward to the next book with great impatience! This book can be read alone, but you will miss out on so much if you don't read the series in order. Give them a shot and I am more than sure these big copper skinned aliens will find a place in your heart.