Title:Rescued by Her Alien Warriors
Series:The Warriors, 2
Genre and Pairing:Sci-fi and M/F, M/M, M/F/M, M/M/F
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Buy Link:
Siren Ménage Amour: Erotic Futuristic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois, M/M/F, with M/M elements, HEA
A warship is no place for a human mother and her child. However, Drakan Commander Alzaar and his second-in-command, Bentaan, have no choice but to bring Sapphyre and Jayde on board. Not least, because their instincts scream at them that she is the one woman who can turn them into a family again.
Sapphyre just wants to keep her daughter safe. How on earth does she do that surrounded by droolworthy Aliens, when her libido keeps leading her astray? It is abundantly clear that Alzaar doesn't want her on board the ship. At least Bentaan does and the sex is out of this world. If only her heart wasn't involved, and she didn't want both of them.
When the Tamarillion is attacked, Sapphyre has to fight for her men and the ship she now calls home. Without her all would be lost, and Alzaar finally shows his emotions.
However, when regulations and their pasts collide, can they rescue each other?
Rescued by Her Alien Warriors by Doris O’Connor was second in The Warriors series. It can be read as a standalone. I loved Sapphyre. She was a kickass mama bear determined to do whatever it took to protect her child. We meet her when she is fighting a battle there is no way she can win because her child is at risk. How could I do anything less than be impressed? And poor Alzaar, he finds himself protecting not only the slight human female but her child as well. Then he brings her aboard his ship and allows himself to be convinced to allow her and her daughter to stay by his second-in-command, Bentaan. Just as Jayde stole his heart she stole mine as well. She was precocious even as she struggled to trust. I loved seeing how she brought Alzaar out of his shell and began to heal the heart he no longer believed he had. Ms. O’Connor gave us in Sapphyre a woman afraid to trust and in Alzaar a male afraid to love. And then we have Bentaan, who lost not only his sister but his love, but was still willing to put himself out there and chance the pain. I adored him. He was funny and strong. He had endured pain and disappointment but was willing to try. He loved wholeheartedly and it was obvious. I wanted him to find happiness. I thought Ms. O’Connor gave us a story that was full of emotional depth. The characters were flawed and felt real. I could understand and empathize with their pain and fears. I enjoyed this story and am looking forward to reading more from this author.
Four Twinkling Stars