The more he learns, the more he discovers he is not immune to the warrior’s passionate desire to fight to protect her people. Forced by duty to settle the conflict, he must decide between the Alliance and his own desire to claim the unwilling warrior. When the conflict escalates, he does the only thing he can; he makes a pact with one of the factions in exchange for a prize that will surely cause a battle of a different kind - the one for his traitorous heart. Will he be able to claim her before she escapes from him again? Or worse, will she sacrifice her life to protect those she loves before he can?
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By Kindle Customer Cecilia Mary O'Shea on 04-04-18
Fair's Traitorous Heart
When you open a book written by A E Smith you know that you are going to get, an exciting read because she weaves a brilliant tale of adventure and and love that will sweep you along in a thrill ride to enjoy...
By kanundra on 13-09-16
Not as good as book 1
I listened to this because I enjoyed the first in the series, and to be honest I am a little disappointed in the story line of this.
Don't get me wrong the setting and world building I think are great, and we're back on Earth with Razor who is trying to settle the last conflict before the world can start to re-build properly. I just found that the plot line was too similar to the first book. Alien shows up is in danger and young beautiful woman rescues him and then is claimed by him.
I think I'd have liked this a lot more if Kaylee was what the writer kept on telling us she was, she's supposed to be this warrior, fighter, and in the end even Razor calls her this, but she actually didn't do much but put herself in danger and be unconscious while all the big decisions were being made without her. This just paints her weak in my mind when I know that wasn't what was intended. (in fact Jessie in the first book was injured and all her sisters taken against their will) so maybe this is just the fantasy trend the author wanted.
David, is the total perfect narrator, and his tone with the Trivator Warriors is just amazing. He really does make this series stand out. Heck I'm not bothered I was a tad disappointed, I got to listen to David again :) haha
I did buy all of the series, because I enjoyed book 1. And I'm part way through the next one, which is showing a little more promise. Fingers crossed Jordan is a stronger woman than Kaylee has been.
Despite the above. I still enjoyed the listen, I think I just expected something different, if you can understand me.
Listening on :) thanks for the enjoyment.
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By Cheri on 25-05-16
Sexy Alien on a Mission!
Great story and performance!
Razor, the High Chancellor for the Alliance, is called in when dealing with difficult situations. He has no issue with handling any situation swiftly or harshly. After all, he's an alien from another world and doesn't think like a human; however, after he is saved by human female, Kali, he claims her as his mate. Razor will have to learn to rethink how he views humans and the actions he takes or risk Kali not forgiving him or accepting him. While he will not let her go, he really wants her to accept him.
I enjoyed this story, plot, and especially the characters! When I read or listen to a story, I want the plot, and characters to reveal themselves as the author imagined them, and not what I think they should be. I don't want them to be like a "cookie cutters" all the same, and perfect. I want and love variety, especially in characters. I love this series has both strong and weak characters.
David Brenin has an amazing voice, and I love listening to it! He also does an amazing job narrating the story! ; -)
No time lost listening to this one!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Kindle Customer on 07-05-15
The women kick ass as much as the men!
Would you listen to Razor's Traitorous Heart again? Why?
Love how the ladies were the hero's to! It was extremely well written and had a great flow! I would definitely re-read.
What did you like best about this story?
Yes! I loved that the women were not just helpless damsels needing to be rescued, they themselves did a lot of the rescuing! Love how they were the hero's to! It was extremely well written and had a great flow! I would definitely re-read.
What does David Brenin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He had a great variety in his inflections
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The end when she wouldn't talk to him for two days and his mom finally got through to her.
Any additional comments?
Just loved it!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful