On a Barbarian World (Phoenix Adventures #8)

On a Barbarian World (Phoenix Adventures #8)

by Anna Hackett

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940153736075
Publisher: Anna Hackett
Publication date: 09/16/2016
Series: Phoenix Adventures
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 280,336
File size: 471 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I'm a USA Today bestselling author who is passionate about action romance. I love stories that combine the thrill of falling in love with the excitement of action, danger and adventure. I write about people overcoming unbeatable odds and achieving seemingly impossible goals. I like to believe it's possible for all of us to do the same. I'm the author of the bestselling Hell Squad series and the award-winning, action-packed 'treasure hunters in space' romance series, The Phoenix Adventures, and other action romance books.

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On a Barbarian World (Phoenix Adventures #8) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
HEABookNerd 7 months ago
As usual Anna Hackett offers a great adventure for her readers and I especially enjoyed the low-tech vs. high-tech involved in this one. Aurina is a feisty and likable heroine and she and Kavon set off sparks with their battle of wills. We haven't seen a whole lot of Aurina in the previous books, but I enjoyed reading about her and her adventures. The Markarians have heard of skyfliers as they call them, but it's been a long time since any have landed on their planet. So Aurina's tools and knowledge weren't totally out of left field but there was still some issues. Kavon is used to always being obeyed and Aurina challenges that at every turn. It was enjoyable to watch Kavon grow to respect Aurina's strength and for him to realize that he can get what he wants much easier if he works with her instead of just ordering her around. Sometimes Kavon was a bit annoying in his uber-possessive nature, but it was fitting for a warlord. However, I like these books because they are science fiction, so this one almost felt more like historical with the way the characters, especially Kavon, acted.
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Great story
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