Saturday, September 10, 2016

Review of Alien Paladin's Woman by Vi Voxley


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Tieran, the Commander of the Palian paladins and Audrey Price governor of ice planet mining colonies. Audrey is working on the ice planet Verien and trying to see if there is anything of any value to this planet or if she and her miners need to move to another planet. They have been with this mine for a year now and have found nothing but just as they are about to give up they find the greatest discovery in the Union it is a stone called the life stone. It is coveted by everyone in the Union including the dreaded fearless. So when a cash of stones is discovered on this planet they learn that the fearless is right there to try and take them. However both Audrey and Tieran are determined to make sure this doesn't happen. However touching the life stone has done something to Audrey will she survive this or will she lose more than her life by the time they have all the answers?

Tieran is on of the elite paladins, they are a bread of warriors but still posses the level mind skill of a paladin. With this mindset Tieran has never wanted for more before he met Audrey but the first time they make eye contact he knows there is something special about this woman if only he could figure it out. The more he is near her the more he wants he has heard the rumors of the Brions finding their one and this is what it feels like to him. However when she is hit with more power than her body can hold Tieran knows he will do everything to protect the one person he knows he can't live without. Can he find a way to stop the fearless as well as protect the woman he is coming to love?

This is another amazing story from this author. This story has many twists and turns to it and just when you think you know what will happen next the author throws something new at you. There are so many things I want to tell you about it but don't want to any of the surprises you will find in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.  

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