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review 2018-08-16 03:10
Ice Planet Barbarians: The Complete Series: A SciFi Alien Serial Romance - Ruby Dixon

Interesting.

 

Pluses - the alien mates aren't the abductors
It's an interesting world

 

Minuses - first person isn't a favorite of mine.

 

Things I let slide - the H demonstrating his cunning lingual skills on an unconscious heroine. He does seem to be kindof like a neanderthal so I would assume he didn't know any better.

 

Things that made little sense - 250 years in the past, his ancestors crash landed on the planet. His people are clueless. of this. Really? No story tellers, no busted tech?

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review 2018-04-02 16:20
Ice Planet Barbarians
Ice Planet Barbarians: The Complete Series: A SciFi Alien Serial Romance - Ruby Dixon

Ice Planet Barbarians, Book 1

I Picked Up This Book Because: Group read with my online book club.

The Characters:

Georgie Carruthers:Abducted human,
Vektal: Chief of the Not-Hoth
Other abducted girls

The Story:

This one took a lot. I was so disinterested in the first few parts (chapters) because the kidnappers were terrible. There was no consent when the main characters meet. (view spoiler) It was just all uncomfortable and really made me want to walk away from the book. Since this was a group read for my online book club and I had read many glowing reviews I kept going… inch by inch.

I won’t say I came to like the book but I did like Georgie and Vektal’s bond in the end. I’m curious about how the others get along with the aliens but I’m not sure if I’ll be continuing the series.

The Random Thoughts:

If I never hear the “word” Kuhi again it will be too soon.

The Score Card:

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2 Stars

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review 2018-04-02 00:00
Barbarian Alien
Barbarian Alien - Ruby Dixon Barbarian Alien - Ruby Dixon


Barbarian Alien is book 2 in the Ice Planet Barbarians series and I forgot how unique and funny not-Hoth and the sa-kui could be! Raahosh is a lonely hunter and virgin who is terrified his mate will hate him forever. Because, lets be honest, she is a raging bitch. Liz is so hateful! I get it-you were kidnapped by aliens, stranded on a strange planet, and you have had shit all for luck, but man she is a terror! She says so many mean, hateful things. You can hate your circumstances without putting others down. It really took me a while to warm up to her (and even then, it was lukewarm).

These two have a rough road to mated bliss. Raahosh is adorable and trying to navigate understanding Liz's constant chatter makes for some great laughs! They are destined to be mated, even though Liz is fighting it, so there are lots of sexy times even before there is actual sex. I liked that their story was different from Georgie and Vektal's. Liz and Raahosh are both different from the rest of their kind so it seems fitting that they end up together.

If you are looking for hot alien sexy times, funny misunderstandings of the English language, and strong independent women, check out Barbarian Alien.

The audiobook is narrated by Mason Lloyd and Hollie Jackson. I have heard Mason Lloyd numerous times and enjoyed his voice. He totally outdoes himself in this book!!! He created an accent for these aliens and it was brilliant! Its unique and smooth. I worried it would detract from the story, but its perfect! It actually made me feel like I was listening to an alien! Hollie Jackson did a wonderful job with Liz as well, but Mason Lloyd really stole the show here.

 
  • POV: dual 1st
  • Tears: no
  • Trope: fated mates, kidnapping
  • Triggers: none
  • Series/Standalone: series
  • Cliffhanger: no
  • HEA: yes




Other super sexy, supernatural, insta-love reads by authors like Alexa Riley, Celia Kyle, Anna Hacket, Eve Langlais...then you will probably like Barbarian Alien!

 


Barbarian Alien


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review 2017-11-09 23:45
The Alien's Mail-Order Bride by Ruby Dixon Review
The Alien's Mail-Order Bride: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance Novella - Ruby Dixon

Though still carrying the scars of his past as an intergalactic soldier, Emvor doesn’t mind the quiet of his chosen life as a farmer. He doesn’t even mind that most nights are lonely on remote Cassa, but he does need help around his farm. A mail-order bride from his homeworld seems like the perfect solution. She’ll be a tall, sturdy female to help with the chores and bear his children.

Unfortunately, the person that arrives is Nicola. She’s small, delicate…and human. She also knows nothing about farming, and she's lied and deceived her way across the galaxy to get to Cassa so she can hide from those that would capture her. She's a problem, and also the most enticing thing he's ever seen.

Now Emvor has to decide…can he keep the woman who’s nothing like what he asked for but is everything he needs?

 

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A pretty run of the mill mail order space bride with super nice characters but a little stretch for the conflict.

 

A quick read.

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review 2017-05-15 00:00
Prison Planet Barbarian
Prison Planet Barbarian - Ruby Dixon Prison Planet Barbarian - Ruby Dixon I flove these books!
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