Friday, June 23, 2017

Barbarian's Heart by Ruby Dixon [Review]

 Barbarian's Heart by Ruby Dixon
Barbarian's Heart (Ice Planet Barbarians #10) by Ruby Dixon
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: November 26, 2016

Ice Planet Barbarians
1. Ice Planet Barbarians
2. Barbarian Alien
3. Barbarian Lover
4. Barbarian Mine
5. Ice Planet Holiday
6. Barbarian's Prize
7. Barbarian's Mate
7.5. Having the Barbarian's Baby
7.6. Ice Ice Babies
8. Barbarian's Touch
8.5. Calm
9. Barbarian's Taming
9.5. Aftershocks
10. Barbarian's Heart - PaperbackKindle
11. Barbarian's Hope
12. Barbarian's Choice
13. Barbarian's Redemption
14. Barbarian's Lady

Ruby Dixon
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
I’ve never spent a day without my mate since arriving on the ice planet. I’m happy and in love, and we have a beautiful child together. All that changed when the world shook.

My mate nearly died.

He wakes up from his coma…and he can’t remember me. Or our son. Every memory of the past two years is gone. And that changes everything between us. How can I love someone that doesn’t remember me?

How can I not, when I know he’s still my mate underneath it all?
Thoughts on Barbarian's Heart: Oh, this book hurt a little. I seriously felt for Stacy as she struggled to come to terms with Pashov's missing memories. And when Pashov realized what he'd lost...*sniffle*

Admittedly, there was a part of me that wanted to give Stacy a good shake and remind her that Pashov hadn't asked to have two years of his life erased. But I also got where she was coming from. She'd had her entire world upended and she was struggling to make sense of things. Seeing as how Pashov doesn't know how to act around this alien everyone is telling him is his mate, there's a lot of missed opportunities for communication between them. Throw in the lack of privacy as the tribe travels to their potential new home and you could see how things could fall apart every time it looked like they're making strides forward.

Then Pashov steps up and enacts a crazy plan to find some time alone with his small family and ...well, things get better. Because these hunky blue aliens like to spirit their lady friends away every once in a while and the human ladies don't seem to mind. Well, some of them do. But Stacy doesn't and that's what matters this time.

There are still mysteries to unravel on this frozen planet and I'm getting mighty curious about who or what created the village. Here's to hoping we have plenty more adventures with these blur-skinned hunks!

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