Liberation (Alien Attachments, #3)

Liberation (Alien Attachments, #3)

by Sabine Priestley

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BN ID: 2940153486680
Publisher: Sabine Priestley
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Series: Alien Attachments , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 550,697
File size: 743 KB

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Liberation 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fast ride of adrenaline with a sassy kit and a cool pirate loved, a lot of emotions for all the characters like how the other revisit and new tones enter even though it series could end here you leave so many new possibilities for new story love the book excellent read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed all 3 books.
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
I was provided a copy of Liberation in exchanges for an honest review for a blog tour. Of the three books in the Alien Attachment series, Liberation was the one I favored the least. It went into the more technical side of the portal jumps and how they work. I am not a technical person; I don’t know how my car works other than I put gas in it. So when Sabine started explaining some science fiction technology, she lost me. Liberation is the continuing saga of what started in Alien Attachments Book #1. This story centers around Balaster, whom we met in book one, and Kit. This book should be read in order of the series in order to understand the entire workings of the backstory; what’s going on with Portal Master Guild, and all of the political maneuvering. Not to mention, how dirty they are. IT’S A CRAZY! I really liked Balaster from the first time he was introduced in book one, and I am glad he was able to get a psi-mate. Though he and Kit’s mating didn’t go as the other two; I am glad it worked out for him. At first, Sabine had me worried that he and Kit weren’t going to Bond. As unconventional as the “3 way psi mating” was, it worked out for Balaster and Kit and they are perfect for each other. Yeah, 3 way; I’m still not wrapping my mind around that one! Liberation, like the other two novels was fast paced and full of thrills and much political intrigue, with a clear set of bad guys that you just want to destroy. There is one more novella out that I am going to read; Alien Bond, and as of that point, I will be caught up with the series. I really hope Sabine Priestly continues with it, because it is one I have thoroughly enjoyed! As for Liberation, I am giving it 3.5 Boundless stars it was really good and I enjoyed it....Sara
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
RATING 4.5 STARS Liberation is book three in the Alien Attachments series by Sabine Priestley. This book was generously provided to me in exchange for an honest review by the author. This book centers on Balastar Alder and Kit Athorika. I am so happy Balastar got his own story. I felt so bad for him when things didn’t work out for him in the earlier book. And boy oh boy will you see another side to the proper gentleman you got to know when you first met him. Balastar is in search of more of the black devices that can create portals called spatial distorters. This is how he first met Kit. They were both after the distorters when Torogs came after them. Kit’s first impression of Balastar was pure hotness in his pirate type clothing, and Balastar thought Kit was a dark haired beauty with her colored stripe down one side of her hair that constantly changes colors with her mood. The two of them are forced to lay low for awhile on Balastar’s ship. Hmmm, I wonder what they will do to pass the time. Balastar convinced Kit to come back to Earth with him to talk to the Cavacents about what has been going on with her home planet. The connection is strong with Balastar and Kit but they are both convinced that it is nothing but chemistry. That they can both go their own way when it’s time and say good-bye. That’s what they thought anyway. But the psi-bond has begun, and when it is time to say good-bye, being away from each other does not work out…at all. Things on the planet Sandaria are rapidly falling apart. The leader of the portal masters is gaining an appetite for power and hatches a crazy plan to take all the power for himself. He is kidnapping the Vertans from their own planet to create and maintain the portals. Balastar, Kit, the Cavacents, and the other earth protectors have to find a way to stop the madness, free the Vertans, stop the power hungry portal masters and restore leadership on Sandaria. During all of this, Kit and Balastar are exploring their new bond and let me tell you, these two are hot! Kit and Balastar’s travels take them all over the place in the galaxy in their fight to free the Vertans and to save Sandaria and the portals. When Balastar took Kit to Earth and she met Ria and Dani, she found something she had been missing for a long time, friendship. It’s something she hasn’t been able to experience for so long with her own planet being in such turmoil. I really enjoyed getting to see more of all my favorite characters from the previous two books. This book is a crazy, sexy, nonstop ride from the beginning to the end as this group once again puts themselves in danger to do the right thing, to free the Vertans and restore order on Sandaria. There are no slow spots in this book, it kept me turning the pages all the way through. I have really enjoyed getting to know all the characters I have met throughout these books but I think Balastar and Kit might be my favorite. I have loved this series from the start and highly recommend it. “My Lady, My love, My life.”