Friday, December 1, 2017

Barbarian's Lady by Ruby Dixon [Review]

 Barbarian's Lady by Ruby Dixon
Barbarian's Lady (Ice Planet Barbarians #14) by Ruby Dixon
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: March 26, 2017

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
11. Barbarian's Hope
12. Barbarian's Choice
13. Barbarian's Redemption
14. Barbarian's LadyPaperback | Kindle

Ruby Dixon
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
You'd think a tall woman would fit in on a planet of seven-foot-tall aliens, but even on the ice planet, I'm still a weirdo and an oddity. I'm everything all the other cute, dainty human women aren't.

One guy in particular - the alien Harrec - is determined to embarrass me by pretending he's interested. He's a jokester that flirts like mad and hits on me constantly just to make me feel foolish. He gets under my skin. He makes me so frustrated I want to scream.

When a side-trip to a glacier turns into a nightmare and the two of us are forced to survive alone, I see another side to the enticing blue alien. Even with no one else around, his compliments keep coming and I start wondering if the attraction between us...is real.
Thoughts on Barbarian's Lady: WARNING: More blue barbarian fangirling ahead. Because I seriously can't get enough of these big, blue lugs. They're just so stinking sweet. A little clueless sometimes and they all have wonderfully dirty mouths, but they care about the human women who've ended up on their world and they treat them like the treasures they are.

It takes a while for Harrec to realize Kate doesn't see his teasing as his way of showing his affection. Once he does, he devotes himself to making sure she understands what she means to him. It doesn't stop his teasing, mind you, but he figures out how to get under her skin in the best way and soon Kate's prickliness turns into something else.

There's danger and a touch of heartache and some GREAT setup for the next book. I honestly can't get enough of these aliens and their icy planet and I love how the world feels like it gets a little bigger every time we step into it.

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