Monday, October 16, 2017

Barbarian's Choice by Ruby Dixon [Review]

 Barbarian's Choice by Ruby Dixon
Barbarian's Choice (Ice Planet Barbarians #11) by Ruby Dixon
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: February 26, 2017

Ice Planet Barbarians
1. Ice Planet Barbarians
2. Barbarian Alien
3. Barbarian Lover
4. Barbarian Mine
4.5. Ice Planet Holiday
5. Barbarian's Prize
6. Barbarian's Mate
6.5. Having the Barbarian's Baby
6.6. Ice Ice Babies
7. Barbarian's Touch
7.5. Calm
8. Barbarian's Taming
8.5. Aftershocks
9. Barbarian's Heart
10. Barbarian's Hope
11. Barbarian's ChoiceKindle
12. Barbarian's Redemption
13. Barbarian's Lady
13.5. Prison Planet Barbarian
14. Barbarian's Rescue
15. Barbarian's Tease
15.5. The Barbarian Before Christmas
16. Barbarian's Beloved
16.5. A Gift for Drenol
16.6. Barbarian's Valentine
17. Barbarian's Seduction

Ruby Dixon
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
I might be the only unmated female in my tribe, but it doesn’t mean I’ve given my heart. I’m waiting. I want resonance, and I won’t settle for anything less.

But when an alien ship lands and a handsome stranger steps out, I know he’s the one. His name’s Mardok and he’s fascinatingly different – and distractingly appealing. But Mardok can’t stay on the ice planet, and he says he can take me with him.

Now, I must make a choice. Do I stay and lose my mate forever? Or do I follow him to the stars and leave behind everything I know?
Thoughts on Barbarian's Choice: Holy wow, I sincerely love these books. Each one gives a little more depth to the world the humans found themselves stranded on and where the tribe has made their home.

Farli's story has been a long time coming. She's grown from a sweet, gangly girl into a confident hunter. And she's held true to her desire to wait for a mate she resonated with, even if it was years in the making. I honestly enjoyed how she and Mardok came together so seamlessly. Well, mostly seamlessly. I liked their differences (hellllllo, piercings!) and how they managed to figure things out despite the initial language barrier.

Speaking of figuring things out, Mardok had some issues he needed to work through. Poor guy. Good thing he had Farli there to dull the pain of being unceremoniously stranded on a frozen planet. And, you know, to help keep him warm.

I'm excited for the possibilities opened up with this book and can't wait to see how the next couple overcome their own issues. Of which I'm sure there will be many, seeing how we're finally going to get Bek's story.

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