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Mated to the Alien Volume One

By: Kate Rudolph, Starr Huntress
Narrated by: Zachary Michael, Jennifer Gill, Ian Gordon
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Detyens are doomed to die at the age of thirty if they don't find their fated mates in time.

This bundle brings together the first three books in the Mated to the Alien series. Listen as Ruwen, Tyral, and Stoan find human mates and a new hope for their dying race. This series will bring you fated mates, steamy alphas, and plenty of space adventures.

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Book One: Ruwen

Ruwen NaNaran knows he's a goner. His alien species is cursed by a deadly genetic quirk and he'll be dead before the month is out, unless he finds his denya. She's the only woman in the universe who can save him. It's too bad that most Detyen women are dead.

Book Two: Tyral

From the moment he sees her, Ty knows Dorsey is his mate. But even if they can defeat the pirates, there are worse enemies after both of them. A man living on borrowed time doesn't care about making enemies, but given the chance he will fight with everything he has to ensure his mate's survival...and his own.

Book Three: Stoan

Reina Draven almost lost everything at the hands of a warlord’s ambition. As she’s pulled into a world of danger and intrigue, her only stable force is the closed off blue alien assigned to be her partner on a mission she's been drafted into undertaking. Though the flame of desire sparks hot between them, she doesn’t know if she’s ready for romance, and he seems determined to keep away from her.

©2019 Kate Rudolph (P)2020 Kate Rudolph

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Aliens

Narrator was lackluster. Action was forced. But I listened to all of it. Heroine was hesitant one minute; then suddenly gung-ho. Characters needed better development.

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Fantastic series!

I have found another fabulous series. This is a the first three books in the series.
This story has action, adventure, intrigue, suspense and romance. I found this story to be unique, interesting and extremely well written.
The narrator’s do a fabulous job with the characters and voices of each character making it easy to distinguish between. I definitely enjoyed listening to them telling this story. I definitely recommend this audiobook it’s a must listen to story.

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Love it

loved it now to do tje next set. a good set to read so ya money well spent. thanks

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Great audiobook

Loved the three stories. Some things are repeated, but it made sense. This was full of action and love. Love this alien stories.

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Strange world!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💚🖤💙
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: ☺️😮🙂
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙
Narration Type: Dual/Duet Narration

The heroine: Stoan - he had betrayed his boss Commander Nina and had to pay the consequences. He had been hired to do the job her normal operatives couldn’t do. He took on extremely dangerous missions since he was 26 years old and hadn’t yet found his fated mate, his denya. Males of his species died soon after turning 30 if they were unmated, though mated pairs can live up to 200 years or more.

The Hero: Reina - she was in the process of divorcing her husband when she got word that her husband was killed by the warlord General Drascas. Her husband Lex sent her a transmission that implicated the general in a scheme to steal from Nina. Later Reina and her brother were attacked and her brother was kidnapped. He was now safe and recovering from his injuries.

The Story: Commander Nina wanted Stoan to go on a new mission and he was to take a new partner, Reina. He knew as soon as he saw her that she was his mate, but he had already made his choices and he would never be able to be with her. However, the bruises on Reina stirred his protective instincts. They are to take something from the General.

Reina is attracted to Stoan from the start, and though she had no love for her husband by the time he died, she still didn’t think it was right to feel what she was feeling so soon after his death. Stoan had to restrain himself since he planned to ignore his bond to Reina.

The story was a bit strange as it didn’t explain well why Stoan didn’t want to mate and assure himself that he would live a long life. It seemed he though his childhood friend Inrit that he lost touch with would somehow grow to be his denya. It seemed he just wanted to keep up that belief despite his connection to Reina, it just seemed stupid to me.

This book was told in a narration style I haven’t heard before and was narrated by Jennifer Gill and Ian Gordon. I have to admit I hated the narration. Ian Gordon is not a good narrator, very monotone and he doesn’t have a pleasing voice at all. Jennifer Gill is not much better to my ears.

The narration on this was strange, at first it was in Stoan’s POV when Stoan was talking to Nina, it was duet narration, then it switched to Reina’s POV, but Ian was still narrating Reina’s thoughts, though Jennifer narrated when Reina actually talked. Very odd indeed, kind of like partly dual narration and partly duet narration.

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Great stories

I was throughly entertained from the very first book until the third. The storyline is captivating and the sex scenes are well placed in the story. The action and drama was well written. I recommend this series.

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Narrator good only 1st book

The first book was great. Loved the narrator and is who is the sample voice. Then it changes to someone else book two and three and I can’t. I wish they kept the same narrator

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Ok

Nice that it was the first 3 books in series. Only had to use one credit. The storyline was ok; pretty similar to a series I recently listened to. I like stories about fated mates and the struggle to come to terms with it. Narrators were ok, glad men and women character voices were well represented.

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