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Lost

You'd think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you'd be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they've left their cargo of human women - including me - on an ice planet.

Found

And the only native inhabitant I've met? He's big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me....

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Ruby Dixon (P)2017 Tantor

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Finally on Audible!

Those of us who know and love the Ice Planet Barbarian series have been given an early Holiday treat! Having read all the other books, I truly hope I won’t have to wait too long to hear the rest them on Audible. The storyline is intelligent and well thought out, and the witty repartee even more enjoyable when heard. In this episode, we are introduced to the frozen world dubbed “Not-Hoth” by the Earth women who were first abducted, then marooned there. It’s not long before our heroine Georgie makes contact with Vektal, who she recruits to help her rescue her comrades. As the story moves along, the budding romance between the two develops quickly despite (or maybe because of) finding themselves in one sticky situation after another on their mission. Between smoking hot scenes, more and more is revealed about the planet, its inhabitants, their culture, and their origins. (I always wondered how some of those alien words were pronounced.) Other characters are skillfully introduced so that by the end of the story we are fully vested in following them in the books to follow. So hurry up already, Audible- we’re starving for more!

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I fell in love with this series when I first read it. To have it on audible is a serious pleasure. The female narrator did a great job she give Liz the proper snotty attitude and Georgia that go to attitude. great job..

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Amazing!!!

I have been waiting for this to become an audio book since first reading the kindle version, and it did not disappoint! This is the first book in one of my favorite series, so I had high expectations. The female narrator was not what I expected for Georgie's voice, but I love the book so I decided to give it a try. She grew on me quickly, and I felt like the narrators did a wonderful job. I am hoping the other books in the series get made into an audio book as well.

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Ice Ice Baby!!!

Thank you audible for listening to my request for this series! I've already read the first 10 books (and am working on the rest). But it was a nice treat to go back to the beginning! And getting to listen to it this time around was a bonus!

This is a romance first and foremost so the bones that make a romance a romance are all there in this book (and for the whole series). However, there is plenty of SiFi and alien world goodness as well. And trust me it only gets better throughout the rest of the series. Ruby has some magnificent story telling abilities and it really shines through here. With strong but human leading women. Who though fierce and brave in their own rights still have moments of weakness like any human would. But then they pick themselves up and move on. Gotta love it. And their big blue alien hunks are one of a kind. And I REALLY want to massage/ pet one, because I am a touchy feely person and they feel like suede and that is just so awesome. Hmmm.

Back on track. The narrators did a fantastic job! I was wondering how they would handle the language barrier that happens during the story (because obviously contrary to what many books print we as humans do not speak alien languages). They did a fantastic job with the whole language issue. Especially Mason. Mmmmm. I think I have a new favourite narrator. Mason has a super yummy voice in this book and I could listen to it all day long.

Can't wait for the rest of this series! Highly recommend!

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Very entertaining!

This audiobook is the first in the much loved Ice Planet series by Ruby Dixon. I had previously read this book and it transferred nicely into audio format. The heroine is an Earth girl, kidnapped by alien slavers along with 11 other women. They are left on an ice planet when the slavers got into some difficulties, planning to come back for them later. The heroine goes out to see if there is any food, water or living creatures on the planet and gets into a hunters snare by accident. Along comes the huge, horned alien with a tail and he claims her as his when a symbiotic life form in his chest resonates for her. Georgie is trying to communicate that there are others that need help also, but he’s kind of got a one track mind at first. The story spins out enjoyably and the narration was well done. Good easy listen!

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Great Start

Have read all the books--Hollie Jackson and Mason Lloyd were awesome--just hope Tantor Media finishes the series out!!

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The book was Amazing..Audio out of this world!!

I have read all of the Ice Planet Barbarians books and love them all. I was so excited this came out on Audible, it was so great to be able to listen to one of my favorites while getting ready for the holidays. I was so pleased that Mason Lloyd was doing the male's POV (Vectel), he did an outstanding job!! I can't wait for the next two books to come out on Audible! This was without a doubt worth $$.

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Excellent

Just couldn’t give it 5 stars much to short it is my only complaint with her books. As there is not much time for development

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My Barbarian

I have read several dragon books by this author. I had see these Ice Planet books but was not sure about them. Glad i took the chance. I did enjoy them. Human women taken by aliens to sell etc. Due to issues the cargo ship they were on was left on the Ice Planet and the women did not know where they were and if they aliens were coming back.. But they are rescued by "natives of the planet." They have a hard time understanding each other until one of the caves the barbarians use is actually a ship. It has a computer that helps them to learn each others language. I look forward to more in this series, The narrators were great especially Mason LLoyd

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Very good.

I enjoyed hearing the characters come alive. The book also had one of my favorite features, male and female narrators. Although there were times where Georgie’s accent disappeared, it was still a good listen. I highly recommend this audio book.

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  • PatButcher
  • 12-08-17

Not dreadful

It's ok. Ruby Dixon seems to have a common theme in her stories and not much variation between stories. Girl is being impressed and then mets ice barbarian alien who is devoted to her and her pleasure. Then they live happy ever after. It's a nice easy book.

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  • J. T.
  • 12-03-17

Love Ice Planet Barbarians

Where does Ice Planet Barbarians rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love this series and have been reading it for a long time... never miss a book and have been waiting for the audibles to come out and I was not disappointed the narrators did a fantastic job of bring Rudy Dixons Ice Planet to life,

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  • colin co
  • 11-23-17

more more more.

original. brilliant. I want more please. the whole alien world made me shiver and wish for a fire.

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  • Sue
  • 11-22-17

Blue ice on the rocks...

I was really hoping the audio would come for this book and others in the series, and here it is! The narrators have done an excellent job. Listening has reminded me what a totally awesome, funny escape this book is into a fantasy world overrun with males and not too many females. Blue giants with horns, tails and other interesting attributes, who, when they "resonate" with their life mate, are the most dedicated, loving, passionate beings. It had me giggling like a teenager, so if you are looking for an escape, this will become addictive and there are plenty more in the series, which I hope will also become available on audio. Definitely worth a credit or whispersync if you have the book.

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  • 11-22-17

***OMG AMAZING BOOK***

Thanks Ruby for finally releasing IPB audio and please hurry up for the next book :)
I love IPB this book is about Georgie and Vektaal its insanely good and very funny. it's fast paced and toe curling hottt. Hollie Jackson and Mason Lloyd are excellent in their narratives, they brought this book to life and portrays each character magnificently.