Saved by the Alien Lord

Warriors of the Lathar, #2

Who saves who? Human women do not meekly sit back and wail hysterically - they take action. This was another winner in this series that hits all my favorite aspects in a romance. Cat is allowed to speak to her fellow female officers and lays down what is going on. Once these women have a plan to escape, another Lathar presence shows up that illustrates just how accommodating Tarrick and his men have been. The discussion on slavery, and Cat's visual aids, was a nicely done interaction that put things in perspective so the Lathar could appreciate the level of the human resistance they could expect. While slavery, as humans see it, has been on the table since the Lathar invasion, the interlopers "deal" is evil incarnate and just nasty.

This episode further solidified Tarrick and Cat as a couple with feelings for one another as well as setting up future books. Even though our Cat is awesome, sometimes a girl needs a little help and Tarrick comes blazing to the rescue to make my little reviewer heart go pitter-patter. I especially loved the zinger at the end that puts a whole new shine on things and has me excited to read more.

Book Blurb for Saved by the Alien Lord

Earth girls might be popular...but they're definitely not easy.

Kidnapped by sexy aliens, Cat and the women of the Sentinel Five base are looking for a way home. Their captors might be ripped, hot warriors looking for that one special woman, but these girls have this little thing against being slaves. Even if their leader is well on his way to stealing Cat's heart as well as her body...

Then a new player enters the arena. A dangerous rival war-commander has challenged the K'Vass claim on Terran held space and all it's women. Tarrick K'Vass can't afford to let any of the earth women be captured, especially not his little human, Cat.

When his human is taken, he'll do anything to rescue her... Anything. Up to and including starting an intergalactic war.

**Please be aware that this is a romance short. Shorter fiction is a fun and quick read, not a full length novel.**

**For greatest enjoyment, please read Captured by the Alien Lord, first.**

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2015 4.50