Wednesday, July 12, 2017

His Human Rebel by Renee Rose

Title: His Human Rebel
Series: Zandian Masters, 4
Author: Renee Rose
Genre: MF, futuristic sci fi
Pages: 93
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Cambry doesn’t believe the aliens’ propaganda for one minute. The Zandians may have saved her from one death, but they planned to send her to another. She bides her time, waiting for her chance to get away and find her brother, enslaved by a different species. The only thing she didn’t count on was Lundric, the tempting Zandian warrior who, for some reason, decided she was his female.

Lundric knew the fierce little rebel Cambry belonged to him the moment he saw her toss that auburn hair in defiance. He knows she hasn’t accepted him or the Zandian’s cause, but he vows to win her, no matter what it takes. But when Cambry steals a ship and attempts to escape, even his harshest punishment may not restore the trust between them.

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His Human Rebel by Renee Rose is the fourth book in the Zandian Masters series. This is my first time reading the series and I was not lost at all. There is a good engaging story arc to this one. I really would want to read more as well in the future.
Cambry is with 200 human refugees. She is terrified. Bonding with strangers was not her thing. So she had not formed a group for protection. She could protect herself. She is 23 years old and a slave. She is street smart and has a younger brother named Tal. She is brave, smart, and able to take care of herself.
Lundric has been fascinated by Cambry. The minute he saw her he knew she was the one for him. He wants to protect her so he gives her a dagger. He has been raised to believe that humans are weak and inferior. He has seen others of his kind take humans for mates. That is when he decides he will do that with Cambry. He is a captain and wants roots, family, and a home.
This is a pretty good action packed story. I liked the chemistry and evolution of the characters. They are very engaging and I found myself really invested in them. Over all I would read more from this series and this author in the future. 

                              Five Shooting Stars 


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