Jenna McNally is tending to the heartrending task of clearing out her grandfather's cabin when she's knocked off her feet by the impact of a nearby plane crash. She races into the snowy North Carolina woods to help and discovers that this is no plane that's crashed. Ra'kur's people have been brought to the brink of extinction by war. After years spent searching for a compatible mate to bond with, an enemy attack lands him on a backward, primitive planet and right to the very female he has been seeking.
How the narrators made the characters come alive
Hope MacGowan is a city girl but reeling from a break-up on top of a layoff has her determined to have a weekend away in the North Carolina mountains - even if all her friends have bailed at the last minute. Hope's life is one big train-wreck and getting kidnapped by a tall, blond alien - even a gorgeous one - sure isn't helping. R'har crossed the galaxy to seek a mate on this newly discovered world and this delicate red-haired female is everything he's dreamed of - except happy to find herself mated to him.
Loved Hope's irreverence and mental chatter and R'har's narrator's voice had me in stitches, though I'm not sure that was meant to be funny. Great ser..Show More »ies. Fun read. Good narration.« Show Less
Kidnapped from Earth by an alien warrior when she visits her uncle, Summer Mills is terrified she will never be able to return home. Her alien captors are using human females as breeding stock, and her only chance to return to Earth is Ke'lar, the one Hir warrior willing to stand between her and his own kind. Returning this human female home won't be easy, and Ke'lar knows by this act of defiance he is throwing his own chances at a lifemate away.
Although, this book is the third in the Warriors of Hir I was genuinely pleased that as with the first and second books this book was beautifully writ..Show More »ten. I especially love the vocal talents of the narrators « Show Less