Saving Sara

Warriors Of Kelon Book 5

Don’t you wonder what your limit is? Sara finds hers locked in a dark cell, left to die. She’s about to submit when saved by a Kelon crew investigating deserted enemy bases. Sara was left because she is barren and therefore not worthy; like she wanted to be taken in the first place. The creatures that left her were hideous animals. The aliens who found her? Sexy and startlingly humanoid. One in particular dedicates himself to making her whole and well. Solron. When did she fall in love with him? She’s not sure, but she now knows what it is to live and she’s determined to keep doing so. But what happens when her past arrives in her present?

Solron has been a staple in the books in this series and I’m so glad he got his own story. Described as smaller than the usual member of the warrior race, he’s still huge by human standards and is downright perfect for Sara. Their story is my favorite of the series so far, as their relationship moves at a snail’s pace and is built first in trust, then in friendship and finally in passion. So as not to think Solron as a wuss he gets to show his stuff in the climax of the book, and it is really awesome how he does the impossible. A must read if you are involved in the series, and a good read if you are not.


Book Blurb for Saving Sara

Sara, abducted from Earth by cruel aliens, is used as a torture slave and left to die.

Solron, a healer of Kelon, is annoyed at being ordered to go on a cleanup mission to check abandoned enemy war bases. When he and the crew discover a small human woman on the brink of death, Solron manages to save her. But the beautiful little human stirs more within him than his need to heal. Under Solron’s care, Sara falls deeply in love with the alien doctor and he claims her for himself. But when confronted by the Xerson who tortured her, Solron demands a fight with him.

Sara knows she has no choice but to let them fight, but will she now lose the man she loves to the curled Xerson, or will justice at last be served?


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2013 4.00