Jadrian: A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel

Jadrian: A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel

by Veronica Scott

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162019343
Publisher: Veronica Scott
Publication date: 05/22/2018
Series: Sectors New Allies Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 83,057
File size: 678 KB

About the Author

USA Today Best Selling Author
“SciFi Encounters” columnist for the USA Today Happy Ever After blog
Veronica Scott grew up in a house with a library as its heart. Dad loved science fiction, Mom loved ancient history and Veronica thought there needed to be more romance in everything. When she ran out of books to read, she started writing her own stories.
Seven time winner of the SFR Galaxy Award, as well as a National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award, Veronica is also the proud recipient of a NASA Exceptional Service Medal relating to her former day job, not her romances!
She read the part of Star Trek Crew Member in the audiobook production of Harlan Ellison’s “The City On the Edge of Forever.”

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Jadrian: A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the book. Third in the series and the most complete. The first two are a little shorter around 155 pages, so they feel like could use a bit more detail. The author created a new world with kickass women and strong balanced although genetically engineered alien men. Lots of action, fast paced... I bought all 4 books in the series and I'm binge reading, moving to book number 4 now.
WriterDiane More than 1 year ago
Although the story is named after the hero, it's more about Taura, a human who was captured and tortured then rescued from her prison. I can’t believe the emotions I felt as I followed her on her journey out of darkness. The terror she must have felt as the Khagrish did unspeakable things to her wrenched my heart. But that's not the worst. She can't remember who she is or anything about her past. Can you imagine the fear? Her rescuer, Jadrian, is the only person she trusts. Though she's taken to a medical facility, it reminds too much of the lab where she was tortured. Will these people do the same? Flashbacks have her lashing out at anyone around her until, for their own safety, she's restrained. That is too much like what the Khagrish did to her. More terror. Only Jadrian can help. In all of Ms. Scott's books, her characters are well-drawn. Their strengths and their vulnerabilities make those characters believable and sympathetic. Taura may seem like a vulnerable character, but she has strengths she can't remember yet are revealed as she deals with her amnesia and the aftermath of torture. Jadrian is first and foremost a warrior. Fierce, strong. Yet, we get glimpses of his past that enable him to empathize with Taura. The reader sees his own vulnerability. The end is no surprise since it’s science fiction romance. How the author brings Taura and Jadrian to that conclusion tore my heart as I feared for their happiness. This is one powerful story.