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When the Makroid invade a planet intent on seizing a priceless mineral and taking over the galaxy, ex-military acquirer Axl is charged with finding the only thing that can stop them - the legendary pillar of Galzen. Little does he know, his quest will have him tangling with intergalactic explorer Christine Blackwood.

Christine trades artifacts from every planet she visits. She loves her freedom, but her aunt wants to see her settle down with a family. Without Christine's knowledge, her aunt signs her up for TerraMates.

When Christine finds a mysterious relic in an alien junkyard, she entangles her future with Axl and the Urwanian war. TerraMates puts them together, and he thinks she is his soulmate. Together, they must defeat the Makroid and restore peace to the galaxy - if they can stop fighting each other.

Claimed by the Alien Warlord is Book 14 in the TerraMates series and a standalone, full-length science fiction romance. There are no cliffhangers, and a happy ending is guaranteed!

©2017 Lisa Lace (P)2017 Lisa Lace

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The Adventures Continue

This installment in the TerraMates series leans toward the Indiana Jones action/adventure category, and I love it! Our heroine is a strong woman, and our hero is an alpha male. My favorite combo. While I'm cool with a bit of a damsel in distress, it's really refreshing when a sista who's doin' it for herself gets a little somethin' somethin' too. :)

Awesome performances by Samantha Leatherwood and Paul Brion. I like this narration team a lot! This is a great series of intergalactic short romances that pack a lot into each story and end happily to leave you feeling good. I highly recommend it.

I was gifted this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review, and that's what you just read.

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Looking for a Myth

Another story from the Terra Mates series. It was great, fun adventure. Axl and his team have been assigned to find a Mythical artifact. He meets up with Christine, who is from Earth and is good at finding things. Will he find the mythical artifact? Will He fall for Christine? If you love the Terra Mate books, then this one is for you. I received this audio book free in exchange for an honest review. Look forward in reading the next book

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Another great book in the series

This story had humor, steaming romance, and action. when an earth women is sent to an alien plant without her knowledge she finds herself fighting for her life. That's until she is rescue by hot alpha Allen who will do anything to keep her safe.

The narration was good. I was provided with this book for a honest review by the author or narrator

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a funny story

apart from the drama and the war, I found this one pretty fun and light. I loved akuza he was so weird but cute more or less.

christine and axl were an odd pair, but glad they went past their differences, it took a lot of swaying but it was worth it.

the empress was so cool she was pretty insane, loved her and aunt meredith too pretty crazy but hey she did something nice for her niece.

lots of romance and fun in this one.

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Good, but...

This one was pretty good. I like how the characters had a bit more excitement in their story and I liked how the story gave the characters a bit of time to develop their relationship. The addition of the bird-kindred spirit omen-phenomenon was interesting. It added a bit more intrigue into the story, a bit more romance too. I also really liked the character of Axel's father. I like how Kristine seemed to relate to his father, even without much thought. I'd be interested in seeing where Axel and Kristine are a few years down the road. The narrator did an okay job with this one, though I do think there could have been a bit more enthusiasm at times. Still, I look forward to whatever comes next.

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EXCELLENT!!!

This is another Amazing Alien Novel by Lisa Lace . It has the perfect combination of action, love story, twist and perfect ending.

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Very Interesting Story

Christine is a kickbutt scavenger who knew how to take care of herself. Axl was a leader in his band of acquirers. Christine finds something that Axl's planet desperately needs. These two cross paths through a deception, and forged documents, on the TerraMates program. The real adventure begins here. There is action, both on the field and "behind closed doors" (wink, wink). What I liked about this is that Christine was portrayed as a strong, independent woman making her own way by her own decisions. She was smart and practical but human (no pun intended) as well. Many of the TerraMates books show the women as meager, helpless, dumb, or overplaying the victim. Not here!
Samantha Leatherwood and Paul Brion were a good fit for this audiobook, bringing out the characters' strong suits and making them believable within the story.

I do recommend this book to anyone wanting to dabble into SciFi Romance with a decent plot.

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worst of the series

ive read all but 2 of the terramates books and this one was the worst. it was so choppy and discombobulated. it was hard to follow. scenes kept switching and i had to work to follow what was going on. i liked the story line but it needed more of a connection between characters and scenes.

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Great Story

This is another TerraMate book and it has its own unique take on the romance that developed. I loved that it was told from two points of view. I am not a fan of the lovers hating each other and then falling in lust then love but this one was not so bad. There is a complete story that surrounds the sex. It did not take over although there was a bit much. The narrator made the story come alive and feel like a story, not someone reading some words. There was one scene that made me think she was actually engaged when she was dreaming. Took a minute to get there.

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I didn't like it

I am not sure why because I have enjoyed the other books in the series but this one bored me to tears. I will move on to the next one and hopefully it will be a good story. Even phenomenal writers have books that no one likes.