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The Betania Breed Series. A SciFi Alien Romance Collection

Betania Breed 1-4
Series: Betania Breed, Book 1-4
Length: 25 hrs and 51 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Let yourself be carried away to a grandiose SciFi world. The original story "The Captive" led to a novel, and three additional volumes followed. With this collection you are finally holding all four Betania Breed single SciFi romance novels, complete and unabridged, in your hands - and mysterious background material is included. In over 25 hours, you will be up close and personal on an adventurous and dramatic voyage through the universe. The Boxed Set includes the "Betania Breed" Series Volumes I-IV:

The Captive
I am one of the few people who hasn’t given up the fight against the Sethari yet. I would rather die than surrender to the aliens who have enslaved us humans for more than one hundred years. Then the unthinkable happens: I am awarded to the leader of the aliens, so I can bear him healthy, viable children. I am prepared for anything, except this one thing - that this merciless warrior, with his strange eyes and scaly skin, would awaken feelings in me...

The Prey
Johar is the most merciless and successful bounty hunter there is. His reputation is legendary, for he has never let any prey slip through his fingers. His creator's beautiful daughter hates Johar and lets him feel it every waking minute. But Johar knows something about her that nobody else knows. Not even she herself...

The Human
Talon Delkhari was the mightiest warlord of his people, until he dared to contradict his king. Instead of granting him an honorable death in the fight against their enemies, the king made him his chamberlain. His newest conquest is from Earth. He won her in a game, and Talon is supposed to deliver her safely to his bed. An easy assignment for someone like Talon. That's what he thought, anyway, until this human woman awakens the predator lurking under his skin...

The Dragon
Coran Burke is an elite undercover agent from Earth. The tough and emotionless fighter has never failed. His new mission leads him to Dassuria where he is pursuing a dangerous dragon lord. At the center of his investigation is a woman who has a lot to hide - but despite her entanglement with the dragon lord, Coran can't get her out of his head...

Dark. Powerful. Sexy. This will be a ride you won't want to miss.

©2018 Jenny Foster (P)2018 Jenny Foster

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I can’t belive I waisted a credit on this book

This is not a good story. I could not make it past the 2nd book.

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I really liked this series but I have to disagree with the author for the end. I really feel that the series has more potential for wrapup and one more book. I really was hoping for that. Sorry but I like my happy ever after ending’s. I want to see the brother and sister meet & explore there potential as a team. I want to see them meet their parents. And what about the mad scientist? I guess we’re just supposed to assume that he gets his just desserts.

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Amazing!

This author's imagination is boundless! I really enjoyed reading this series!

These four books take the reader on an unimaginable journey of loss, treachery and manipulation, but there is also hope, faithfulness, bravery, loyalty and love!

I absolutely hated taking breaks from reading to sleep, otherwise, I plugged in my speakers and listened straight through, it really is that good.

Each book had only one narrator but the variation in each voice was awesome. They were able to immerse me in the story with the different tones and emotions they put into their voices. They are masters at bringing a story to life.

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  • Linda
  • FALLS CHURCH, VA, United States
  • 06-24-19

Not your typical Science Fiction/Alien romance novel

I really loved reading and listening to the Betania Breed Series. From Cassie and Kharzar I really liked all of these stories none of them had a true happy ending but left the tale open to what are the possibilities. I’m going to go on to the next story from the author and truly look forward to seeing what happens with the family when they are reunited and back together again.

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Good story, hit-or-miss narration

I am a voracious reader. Audio books, however, are new to me. Apparently, the narrator makes a world of difference in my enjoyment of a book. Stella Bloom (book 1) and Angela Daw (book 3) were awesome! My mediocre score for performance was because I truly struggled getting through the second book. Justin Eyre's out of breath/upward inflection at the end of sentences, was distracting and irritating. The way she spoke Ya'hor's voice made him sound like a dimwitted oaf...which does not mesh with my idea of a cyborg at all. She couldn't even pronounce Zetari properly! I would have preferred to read the book myself. D.C. Cole (book 4) was okay. Some parts lacked inflection, but not nearly as distracting as book 2.

**SPOILERS BELOW**
The story was good (especially for the price), but I was disappointed at the loose ends and unclear fates. I don't understand how the Makairos would bond to Mongoli if a. Only males had that capability;  b. The animals were born at the same time as their bonded. They should have either died because of the bond or disappeared in to the jungle and/or sought revenge on Mongoli. With her as Queen, it seems like there should be more to the story there. Maybe Corin/Cat comes back to claim their birthright? Does one of them have a bond animal back on Betania? Is Corin actually Cat's bond animal-since he can shift?? Nah
When the ship shut down, I didn't know if Cassie just died, if her soul was with her husband when her body went into stasis and she was trapped, or what...until it was clarified 2 books later. Granted, maybe I missed that part because I wasn't paying close attention struggling with book 2.
Where was Kazar for 30 years that he couldn't find the twins? That's a long time. Shazul found them.
Also, I was hoping for that great big happy ending where everyone finds each other...but maybe in book 5?

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  • Tania
  • 01-22-19

So over it.

I only listened to the first book. I did read the reviews before buying this book. But decided to give it a go. Thought it would be fine as I would be doing other stuff while listening to the book. But it is so slow and so boring that I had to stop listening to the book. I don't like Jenny Foster's style of writing. It is long and drawn out. Nothing seems to happen. I would rather listen to nothing than continue with the other three books.