Monday, October 26, 2020

Beth and the Barbarian by Honey Phillips [Review]

Beth and the Barbarian by Honey Phillips
Beth and the Barbarian (Alien Abduction #2) by Honey Phillips
Format: ebook
Source: borrowed through Kindle Unlimited
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Date read: December 10, 2019

Alien Abduction
1. Anna and the Alien
2. Beth and the BarbarianKindle
3. Cam and the Conqueror
4. Deb and the Demon
5. Ella and the Emperor
6. Faith and the Fighter
7. Greta and the Gargoyle
8. Hanna and the Hitman
9. Izzie and the Icebeast
10. Joan and the Juggernaut

Honey Phillips
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Can an alien Outcast and a lonely human find happiness together?

Hypersensitive to the emotions of others, Beth is resigned to spending her life alone - until she is attacked by savage aliens. Rescued by a massive scarred warrior, she feels a connection for the first time. With a chance to finally escape her loneliness, she doesn’t hesitate when he informs her she must accompany him.

Dragar never expected to find the perfect female while tracking one of the saboteurs targeting his people. A former Outcast, he is scarred inside and out, and knows that he is unworthy of a mate. His instincts insist he protect the innocent female from all danger - even his own rampant attraction - but he can't resist her innocent allure.

Now Beth and Dragar are being pursued across the galaxy. The time on the run is only forcing them closer together. Can Dragar put aside his troubled past and give Beth the love she deserves? Or will they both end up alone again?
Thoughts on Beth and the Barbarian: MAN, do I enjoy the big, scarred, reserved aliens who want desperately to find their special someone, but who think they're unworthy and so FIGHT THEIR ATTRACTION SO HARD IT HURTS. And when their special someone is a delicate little ray of sunshine who looks like they wouldn't be able to handle said big, scarred, reserved alien (both emotionally or physically), but who ends up being FAR tougher than they look I get all swoony.

Beth and Dragar, guys. She's the seemingly fragile human who feels more than most and he's the stoic, former Outcast warrior who finds it hard to believe someone as sweet and gentle as Beth could want someone like him.

*heart eyes*

Throw in a little danger, some steamy times between the sheets, the seemingly cold-as-ice Outcast leader of a dangerous space station, and some spunk and fire and you've got yourself a fun FUN ride. I'm digging these aliens, man. Digging them.

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