For someone who thinks rocks are more interesting than men, geologist Alice is proven how very wrong she is. When a probe crashes to Earth near a dig site, Alice Clarkson thinks she has hit the jackpot of her gem collecting career finding a real life meteor to add to her collection. But this is no mere meteor. It's an alien probe designed to capture life; specifically female life.
Abducted and placed on sale in an alien slave market, Alice soon discovers the pleasures of being a captive in the arms of the sexiest alien man she's ever laid eyes on. Kerr, high commander of Kelon warriors raids a slaver station only to find a small human treasure he want to keep as his own.
©2011 Angela Castle (P)2015 Audible Inc.
I bought this book when it came out and was delighted to see that it came out in audio format. The audio version is unabridged so it's exactly like the book but I was disappointed in the narrator.
There are a few alien abduction books out and about including fantastic works as Grim by M.K. Eidem and Jo's Journey by S.E. Smith.
I didn't like the performance by Jennifer Cliff, the story didn't flow well and her Australian accent made the characters sound dumb and slow witted. I was disappointed that a book that I originally quite enjoyed left me feeling deflated.
I wouldn't make a film of this book
To be honest this was not worth the money for the download.
I was not impressed with the narrator's voice. she sometimes sounded more computer than human and also her Australian accent was terrible.
"Warriors of Kelon series."
The story is one of my favourites and I like the whole series. Alice is the first to make the change from Earth to Kelon. She finds love with an amazing person on a new world in the midst of inter-galactic war.
The best moments are Alice's rescues and teaching Kerr about love, human style.
The narrator is terrible at an Australian accent. I hope she is not signed for the whole series. This should be re-recorded by someone who can read the Australian dialogue properly so Alice and her sister Tara sound like they come from Sydney and are different people. Alice is well educated and well traveled while Tara is not. The same problem occurs in the second book and in the introduction to the third book.
Yes, some of the scenes between Kerr and Alice and then when he rescues her a second timefrom the one who has chained her.
The narrator is terrible at an Australian accent. I hope she is not signed for the whole series.
This accent was almost enough to make me turn off the book. It is very disappointing when a story you like is so badly done.
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