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Although, this book is the third in the Warriors of Hir I was genuinely pleased that as with the first and second books this book was beautifully written. I especially love the vocal talents of the narrators
Stolen was a riveting story about a female who has been captured by one of the Warrior's of Hir, and her desperate attempt to return to earth. The plot was captivating, suspenseful, and with twist that will pull on your heartstrings. The heartfelt moments, really brought tears to my eyes, and made me feel anxious at other times!
The narration just keeps getting better! Kathryn and Adam really have the narration down to a science for this series. I love how Adam has perfected the warrior's voices, and Kathryn continues to deliver on the female characters.
Summer has been captured by one of the warriors from Hir, and brought to their planet to be his mate. After pleading to be returned, her request is denied, as this warrior only has one moon cycle to convince her to become his life mate. Most Hir warriors are honorable and will not force themselves on females, but with their "mating rumbles," they make it hard to resist. However, Summer has a secrete, and must return to earth before the moon cycle ends, and she attempts a daring escape. While on the run, Summer comes across Ke`lar and convinces him to assist her. During their journey, they will face many obstacles, endure hardships, but along the way, Summer's perception of aliens slowly changes, and deep feelings will emerge between them, as well as some really steamy moments.
These stories were really good, and I enjoyed every minute! I used my Kindle Unlimited and added Whispersync, getting the audiobooks at an excellent price! Can't beat a great book at a great price!
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The plot is suspenseful and heart wrenching at times. I love that Summer is a strong woman and takes matters into her own hands but girly enough to know when she needs help.
I love this type of narration. Although I often thought, "why so yelly, Mr. McLaughlin?"
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