After escaping Palzu's clutches, Jarick and Victorinth split up from the group and end up hopping on a train to land in a small town just outside of a larger city. That city contains one of the most secretive and powerful laboratories in the world, the Trojan Group.
They have been on alert due to signs of actual extraterrestrial life sensed in the vicinity. One of the lab techs, Madison, is able to track down the two aliens, leading to their capture.
At first, it seems as though the Orbas are just going to be studied, but Madison learns that some of the higher-ups in the group have been replaced with alien lookalikes who want to kill Jarick and Victorinth.
Madison is able to get them out of there without too much trouble, but the aliens are now aware that she knows they're hiding in plain sight.
They need to find a way to escape. In the process, Jarick finds that he really wants Madison. More than he thought.
Madison, too, starts to fall for Jarick. But can they really be together? She's human, and he's an Orba warrior. An alien!
Will their newfound love survive the ultimate test? Will they be able to escape the imposter aliens who have infiltrated the Trojan Group?
Jarick is the second book in the Warriors of Orba series, following the Orba warriors and the human women that love them. Each book in this science fiction series can be read as standalones. There are no cliffhangers, no cheating, and a guaranteed happy ending!
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By MCR. on 06-05-17
This is the second book in the series that I have listened to. It is very different to the first one. In this one Jarick and his sister are on the run having separated from Benzen and the others. They are captured because they are spotted by Maddison who works at a research facility that she mistakenly believes is benign. Once she finds out how brutally Jarick is treated she helps them escape. She falls in love with Jarick and the rest of the book consists of love scenes and escape attempts. I found Victorinth the sister to be very irritating but I think she was meant to be that way. Her brother and the others had spoiled her and indulged her a lot. I think I will just have to wait for the next book to see how this all turns out. So far I am really enjoying this series.
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By Julie on 20-06-17
Aliens on Earth
Jarick tells the story of Alien siblings and the human woman coming to their aid. Madison feels responsible for the aliens, Jarick and Victorinth, since she provided to info that resulted in their capture. This is a story to listen to if you are just looking for an escape from your own everyday life. It is science fiction, and I think it is meant to be taken as a fun book, though there are elements of drama, suspense and action. The love story has an abrupt beginning, but just enjoy the ride!
Technically, I had a couple issues with the audio. I'm not sure if it was my end or the actual audio, but the were a number of times when there were little skips or tiny repeats in the play. I took the skips as I would a typo in a print book. Also, there was a canned/tinny quality to the book. This was most notable at the beginning, so I adapted as I continued along. Neither of these issues were enough to detract from my enjoyment of the story.
By Romance junkie on 03-06-17
Falling for An Alien
Madison works for a company that is interested in outer space ...
and they are looking for aliens and Madison finds them,,,Jarick and his his sister. Held captive and abused Madison, Jarick and his sister go on the run.
Jarick is sweet and his sister is a typical young girl. Madison is determined to help them. Jarick and Madison fall in love.
It's a simple uncomplicated story...nothing too spectacular and not real exciting. It's a light simple entertaining story.
The narrator was ok, not great and not bad and there were a couple of repeats in the recording.
I wouldn't use a credit but for a small price a nice enough listen.