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Mia & Korum
- The Complete Krinar Chronicles Trilogy
- By: Anna Zaires, Dima Zales
- Narrated by: Roberto Scarlato
- Length: 31 hrs and 19 mins
Like most humans, NYU student Mia Stalis knows little about the beautiful, mysterious invaders who’ve taken over Earth. Rumors about them abound: about their impossible strength and speed, their intentions toward Earth...their vampiric tendencies. None of it concerns Mia, though - until she catches Korum’s eye. Powerful and terrifyingly seductive, the Krinar leader will do anything to possess her - and no human law can stop him.
Mia & Korum Sitting in a Tree...
- By Stacey on 06-19-17
Not a Romance story...
This was in the romance package and I like dark and edgy but this was a very uncomfortable book. There was no real love not romance just a case of Stockholm syndrome with a weak female character who is a perfect example of an emotionally abused women. The Male lead took advantage of her and turn her into a sex slave under the pretense of caring. He would say he cares but all his actions showed an aragonace without a shread of care for her feeling... and did she stand up for herself and her feelings... nope. Also it was constant sex scenes that all seamed the same. He forces himself on her she cums and so it is ok. To top it off the narration is not great but hell reading this book it would be hard to make it sound good.
Razor's Traitorous Heart
- The Alliance, Book 2
- By: S. E. Smith
- Narrated by: David Brenin
- Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins
Kali Parks is a shadow in the war between two factions that are fighting to gain control of Chicago. Born and raised on the streets, she stands as a silent sentinel at her brother’s side as he battles to gain control. She will do whatever it takes to bring peace to those she has pledged her life to protect, including fighting against the creatures that came to their world almost six years before.
Sexy Alien on a Mission!
- By Cheri on 05-25-16
I wanted Romance... Not what I got
So I read book 1 and that was ok and decided to try book 2 to see if there could be more development in the story. What I got was the opposite. After making it half way I had to stop. I just could not handle the oppression of human rights and the consist feeling of violation this story gave me. I like many romances with a strong dominate male character but this was not dominate this was just wrong feeling. The horror of every women that that can be so violated while forced in to unconsciousness. That took any and all joy out of the book. It is like reading about about women as property and I just had to cut it off. In this book the actions speak louder then words. The characters are conflicting trying to be both strong and independent while also be meek and pathetic. I usually love Sci-fi or fantasy romance and even some dark romances but this was not neither dark or enjoyable.
Also I happened across a very good review that really said a lot of what I was thinking but in a much better way... read a review by Cappa if you want the longer version.