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Cassie Burnett Ich bin einer der wenigen Menschen, die den Kampf gegen die Sethari noch nicht aufgegeben haben. Eher würde ich sterben, als mich den Aliens auszuliefern, die uns Menschen seit mehr als einhundert Jahren versklavt haben. Dann passiert das Undenkbare: Eine andere Rasse Aliens erreicht die Erde und bietet den Menschen einen Handel an. Im Austausch gegen gesund Cassie Burnett Ich bin einer der wenigen Menschen, die den Kampf gegen die Sethari noch nicht aufgegeben haben. Eher würde ich sterben, als mich den Aliens auszuliefern, die uns Menschen seit mehr als einhundert Jahren versklavt haben. Dann passiert das Undenkbare: Eine andere Rasse Aliens erreicht die Erde und bietet den Menschen einen Handel an. Im Austausch gegen gesunde Frauen vernichten sie die Tyrannen. Ich werde dem Anführer der Aliens zugesprochen, um mit ihm gesunde, lebensfähige Kinder zu zeugen. Ich habe gesehen, wie er die Sethari vernichtete, und bin auf alles gefasst, nur nicht auf eines – dass dieser unbarmherzige Krieger mit den seltsamen Augen und der schuppigen Haut in mir Gefühle weckt. Khazaar Drasurq Wir haben unseren Teil der Abmachung erfüllt. Jetzt erwarten wir die weiblichen Exemplare dieser Spezies, die unsere Wissenschaftler als genetisch kompatibel erklärt haben. Auch ich muss meine Pflicht erfüllen und einen Nachkommen zeugen. Die Frau, die mir vor die Füße fällt, sieht viel zu zerbrechlich aus für meinen Geschmack. Und doch hat sie etwas an sich, das mich berührt. Auch mein Körper reagiert viel heftiger, als es schicklich ist. Denn in meiner Position darf ich keine Gefühle empfinden außer der Lust am Siegen. Ich habe unterschätzt, wie aufregend es sein kann, eine Frau statt fremder Welten zu erobern... ♥ WARNUNG: Diese romantische 90min SciFi Fantasiegeschichte ist voller köstlicher, knisternder Details und sollte nur von einem 18+ Publikum gelesen werden. BONUS ★★★★★ Inkl. Bonuskurzgeschichte KOSTENLOS für Kindle Unlimited.

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Cassie Burnett Ich bin einer der wenigen Menschen, die den Kampf gegen die Sethari noch nicht aufgegeben haben. Eher würde ich sterben, als mich den Aliens auszuliefern, die uns Menschen seit mehr als einhundert Jahren versklavt haben. Dann passiert das Undenkbare: Eine andere Rasse Aliens erreicht die Erde und bietet den Menschen einen Handel an. Im Austausch gegen gesund Cassie Burnett Ich bin einer der wenigen Menschen, die den Kampf gegen die Sethari noch nicht aufgegeben haben. Eher würde ich sterben, als mich den Aliens auszuliefern, die uns Menschen seit mehr als einhundert Jahren versklavt haben. Dann passiert das Undenkbare: Eine andere Rasse Aliens erreicht die Erde und bietet den Menschen einen Handel an. Im Austausch gegen gesunde Frauen vernichten sie die Tyrannen. Ich werde dem Anführer der Aliens zugesprochen, um mit ihm gesunde, lebensfähige Kinder zu zeugen. Ich habe gesehen, wie er die Sethari vernichtete, und bin auf alles gefasst, nur nicht auf eines – dass dieser unbarmherzige Krieger mit den seltsamen Augen und der schuppigen Haut in mir Gefühle weckt. Khazaar Drasurq Wir haben unseren Teil der Abmachung erfüllt. Jetzt erwarten wir die weiblichen Exemplare dieser Spezies, die unsere Wissenschaftler als genetisch kompatibel erklärt haben. Auch ich muss meine Pflicht erfüllen und einen Nachkommen zeugen. Die Frau, die mir vor die Füße fällt, sieht viel zu zerbrechlich aus für meinen Geschmack. Und doch hat sie etwas an sich, das mich berührt. Auch mein Körper reagiert viel heftiger, als es schicklich ist. Denn in meiner Position darf ich keine Gefühle empfinden außer der Lust am Siegen. Ich habe unterschätzt, wie aufregend es sein kann, eine Frau statt fremder Welten zu erobern... ♥ WARNUNG: Diese romantische 90min SciFi Fantasiegeschichte ist voller köstlicher, knisternder Details und sollte nur von einem 18+ Publikum gelesen werden. BONUS ★★★★★ Inkl. Bonuskurzgeschichte KOSTENLOS für Kindle Unlimited.

30 review for Alien - Seine Gefangene: 90min Science Fiction Liebesroman

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    A futurist romance that if honest seemed too busy at times. It's a very creative idea but for this reader perhaps just too many ideas in play. We have human females sent off planet to bear children to the Warriors who helped save their world but these women are in the main not really willing. Still our heroine Cassie isn't about to go quietly but quickly discovers she's meant to be the bride of Khazaar the Warlord whose pheromones practically knock Cassie off her feet ! Although he's attractive A futurist romance that if honest seemed too busy at times. It's a very creative idea but for this reader perhaps just too many ideas in play. We have human females sent off planet to bear children to the Warriors who helped save their world but these women are in the main not really willing. Still our heroine Cassie isn't about to go quietly but quickly discovers she's meant to be the bride of Khazaar the Warlord whose pheromones practically knock Cassie off her feet ! Although he's attractive Cassie is no push over and uses her unusual psychic abilities to try to read his thoughts but unfortunately Khazaar realises what she's doing and things quickly go from bad to worse ! I'm on the fence with this one as it really went in directions I hadn't expected . Cassie and Khazaar hardly really spent that much time together and yet she's desperately in love with him ? No that didn't work for me. Then there's what I can only liken to a revolution brewing but that just goes horribly wrong and Cassie, Khazaar and survivors end up on a planet ruled by Zeyliv, a man whose had experiments performed on him leaving him with what I can only describe as peculiar feline tendencies. Zeyliv quickly realises that Cassies abilities could be useful but he's just very blinkered and honestly what transpired between them in view of Cassie apparently being madly in love with Khazaar left a nasty taste in my mouth. Unusual characters, an epilogue clearly meant to bring the story round to what had previously happened to Zeyliv but honestly as a romance it left a lot to be desired. This voluntary take is of an advance copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Keenan

    This book was so bad I couldn't even finish it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ***Spoiler warning*** Earth was invaded by bloodsucking aliens, but humans were luckily saved by another race of aliens. As part of the agreement between Earths government and the aliens who saved them, Earth had to supply them with human females. One female breeder for each alien male who’d died defending Earth. Lena is unwillingly one of the selected females. Lena catches the eye of the alien commander, who picks her as his bride. Lena is not happy. Long story short - Lena eventually falls for th ***Spoiler warning*** Earth was invaded by bloodsucking aliens, but humans were luckily saved by another race of aliens. As part of the agreement between Earths government and the aliens who saved them, Earth had to supply them with human females. One female breeder for each alien male who’d died defending Earth. Lena is unwillingly one of the selected females. Lena catches the eye of the alien commander, who picks her as his bride. Lena is not happy. Long story short - Lena eventually falls for the Commander, but their spaceship is attacked and crashes. Lena is taken captive by some natives and ends up with the leader of the tribe. Initially, Lena doesn’t know the Commander survived the crash, but later finds out that he too was captured by the same tribe and imprisoned. They plot to escape. Very long story short - tribe leader decides Lena will birth him a son and kind of blackmails her into his bed. Lena is torn between her love for the Commander and her desire for the tribe leader, so ends up sleeping with both - more than a willing participant. Me, I was very disappointed. I was kind of hoping Lena would have at lest put up a bit of a fight and stayed loyal to her Commander. The book ends with Lena and the Commander escaping and Lena being preggers with twins - one from each male...

  4. 4 out of 5

    TP

    Nah, I can’t even bring myself to write something useful about this book. Just in general too much telenovela drama and nothing real in every aspect.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa (A Life Bound By Books)

    Was ok. Kept me entertained enough to keep reading and finish it. Was OTT in a few places. Might read the next books. We shall see.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nildene

    3.5/5 • This book had potential, so much potential to be a great arc of character development and story. Unfortunately, for me, it fell flat on a whole heap of points (some more than others). As a short story, the entire story simply just didn't live up to the synopsis. My main peeve would be that our MC went from angry-defiant-not-taking-any-of-your-misogynistic-sh*t about the alien warlord who she was paired with to loving him? I tried really hard to put myself into this story so that I could unde 3.5/5 • This book had potential, so much potential to be a great arc of character development and story. Unfortunately, for me, it fell flat on a whole heap of points (some more than others). As a short story, the entire story simply just didn't live up to the synopsis. My main peeve would be that our MC went from angry-defiant-not-taking-any-of-your-misogynistic-sh*t about the alien warlord who she was paired with to loving him? I tried really hard to put myself into this story so that I could understand her motives, but the fallback for these stories being so short means that it was a lot more difficult for me to do. (It is usually how I come to terms with any of the out-of-the-box and strange scenarios that I read about in any PNR book). Foster failed to allow me to do that by having a jolting main character who literally changed personality halfway through her arc. Needless to say, I was left a little disappointed by it; if a heroine is going to be steadfast and determined and this kick-ass female who takes matters into her own hands and doesn't need to do things because of a man, then her development into something else needs to be respected enough that she doesn't seem bipolar. Not to say that our MC isn't efficient in how she gets things done, but yeah, a little let down by her. That was the main reason number one for which this book lost a whole star. The second whole star deduction came from the really weirdly paced storyline and plot jumps. I love a good rescue plot, and a survival plot, and I've recently become more appreciative of using political wiles in fantasy and PNR to live day by day (it leaves plot twists on the horizon ahead!) but Foster seems to want to add everything and anything. I'm not sure if it was the storyline, but I found a lot of scenes dragged between action – this left me really uninterested in continuing but I always try to give new PNR series a chance, because I'm a sucker for romance. This uninterest also left me super apathetic about details – it's been about a week since I read this book and I wouldn't be able to tell you the characters names (if you notice, I've been referring to the main character as the main character because I cannot, for the life of me, remember her name and she's in the sequel as well.) Okay, but I think I'm getting super personal now – back to the actual analytics, the storyline also had potential but lacked the finesse that gave it an interesting balance. There were cliche and predictable plotlines which I guessed from a mile away. I would have loved to see a more in-depth book, which would have given justice to the characters and their backstory (um, the alien warlord dude (Kalvar??) with the other warriors and their romances? I would have freaking loved to have seen more of them outside of Kalvar (it's what I'm calling him now) and the dude whose name starts with a V. I feel it would have given another level to the story itself.) Not that there wasn't backstory. There was, but the way it was presented was very dry for me (which ties in with the lengthening and slow paced scenes which left me becoming bored). This book was not terrible. I do recommend it if you enjoy quick romances in the PNR genre – but do not recommend it if you are like me and enjoy those kind of books which need to be apart of someting much much bigger. (Had these been short story novella companions to a larger PNR series I might have enjoyed them better – cameo opportunities would have kept me going) So yes, 3.5 stars because it was not terrible but neither was it incredible – I would probably not read it again though. • This copy was provided by the author for free in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ingrid Stephanie Jordan

    Love it!!!!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Erin V

    Wow I really did not like it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    This is truly an amazing story of alien worlds, space ships and humans. Cassie is one very strong minded and resilient young lady who has experienced more hurt and pain as her journey begins with being given to the Qua'Hathri. Once she has been claimed by Khazaar as his bride her life is a mix of good and bad with ups and downs. There are Qua'Hathri helping the humans defeat the Sethari and then one of Khazaars men betrays him which causes more chaos and life altering events. Cassie seems to be This is truly an amazing story of alien worlds, space ships and humans. Cassie is one very strong minded and resilient young lady who has experienced more hurt and pain as her journey begins with being given to the Qua'Hathri. Once she has been claimed by Khazaar as his bride her life is a mix of good and bad with ups and downs. There are Qua'Hathri helping the humans defeat the Sethari and then one of Khazaars men betrays him which causes more chaos and life altering events. Cassie seems to be able to attract the attention of men/aliens who are powerful and leaders who use her and her special hidden powers. They are used against her for good and bad and without her consent. Cassie did not expect to love an alien like Khazaar but she does and will they ever be able to survive everything that comes their way or will another alien steal her heart? This story is full of revenge, sex, scary adventures and living through extreme conditions. I loved the story lines and all the characters, even the ones who did wrong by Cassie who was dragged against her wishes into most situations. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    DNF I got through what I think is about 50% of it. It started off alright. I didn't gel with the writing style. The book was literally all Telling and no Showing. I could deal with whatsherface's 'ability'. But it started to get annoying over time. Also, the book actually moved too fast (which is rare for me to say that). We went from her HATING the main male, to literally in the span of 5 minutes he becomes her 'beloved'. Literally a flip was switched. (Or actually, the baddie showed her what he wa DNF I got through what I think is about 50% of it. It started off alright. I didn't gel with the writing style. The book was literally all Telling and no Showing. I could deal with whatsherface's 'ability'. But it started to get annoying over time. Also, the book actually moved too fast (which is rare for me to say that). We went from her HATING the main male, to literally in the span of 5 minutes he becomes her 'beloved'. Literally a flip was switched. (Or actually, the baddie showed her what he wanted for their future, and revealed himself to be a baddie before he ran off to deal with the crisis on the ship). I found myself skimming to the end of the second "part" and then I just didn't care (even skimming through the sex scene because *yawn*). So I stopped. I could not go any further. The writing style, the constant telling instead of showing, the insta beloved crap when she hated him 5 minutes before. I just couldn't do it any more. No idea if I will give this author another chance with another book, but this series I'm done. I just don't have time for bad books. Nice cover though. That is what got me. Though actually looking at it, it's completely nothing like the aliens are supposed to be. So... very deceptive.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bruce Allen

    Soooo dumb What a garbled mess of a story. Way to many ideas thrust into one book. The goal I think was to tell an epic story but it just fell flat. We really know nothing about the H and h but they somehow fall insta-love. It was a struggle to finish.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Foster

    Disappointing I'm really glad I didn't pay for this book. The story line sounded interesting but the style was definitely not my taste. Way too much talk and too much first person perspective. I'm one and done with this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mercy

    Kind of fast-paced, a bit predictable and care I say that unbelievable? The heroine gets sold, abducted, force bred, accused and so on. She had an inkling of psychic abilities and in the end, predictably she is able to do astounding stuff. She also barely spends any time with her alien yet she is madly in love but also managed to have sex with another guy. I could read the next one but only with the promise of it becoming at least a menage.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I really liked this book and enjoyed reading it! I started and finished it in one day. It was imaginative, exciting, and interesting. It did seem a little overwhelming at times with everything that happened which is why I’m giving it four stars instead of five. Overall I enjoyed the writing and look forward to reading more from this author.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Turner

    Oh my word I don't even know how to begin I barely managed to read this book I started skimming through the pages once they crash landed on the planet Betania. First off it starts off we meet what's her name cause really she's that forgettable and she's been chosen as payment to the aliens that helped defeat the other aliens that had claimed earth. So while she is in line she catches the commanders eye and he publicly claims her and takes her back to the ship. While on the ship she wakes up to fi Oh my word I don't even know how to begin I barely managed to read this book I started skimming through the pages once they crash landed on the planet Betania. First off it starts off we meet what's her name cause really she's that forgettable and she's been chosen as payment to the aliens that helped defeat the other aliens that had claimed earth. So while she is in line she catches the commanders eye and he publicly claims her and takes her back to the ship. While on the ship she wakes up to find herself in his bed and well she starts with the whole spill I'm not here willingly I don't want to have sex with you yada yada ya and well he says that's fine you can go join the other women and I'll find someone else. Then she's all oh I'm laying here on this uncomfortable bed where as his was so soft and his scent is so intoxicating maybe I should go tell him I changed my mind Ugh *gag* and then we find out she has this weird telekinesis or something she can dig through people's minds and influence them! Wow such an awesome gift wouldn't you say??? So why the heck didn't she use her "gift" to get herself out of being picked? It was never really explained how she came into these powers how she developed them or when she realized she could use them you were just reading and all the sudden she was having an outer body experience walking into the commanders bedroom. The author had the potential for a good story but I don't really know where she was trying to go with this one. The girl and the commander were suppose to be so deeply in love she called him her beloved and dear god there were probably less then 100 words exchanged between them how can that be?? Hell I read more about her and the two other guys trying to persue her then I did about the commander. If this had been a second book or even third in a series I could understand I missed something along the way but this was book one so there's no excuse for so many holes in the story line. Anyways I will end this by saying I'm sorry for having to leave a negative I always hate leaving negative reviews unless they're really bad but this was not good at all i do not recommend it

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jéssica

    In "The Captive" we meet Cassie and Khazaar and to those that have read the prequel you know that the Qua’Hathri saved the human survivors from Sethari "dictatorship" in exchange for human females. And that's were we start in this book. Cassie is one of the women that were given to the Qua'Hathri for their help, and she finds herself in the arms of Khazaar. This is just the second story I've read of Jenny, and I'm quite happy to get to learn more about the world and the aliens. Although I have a In "The Captive" we meet Cassie and Khazaar and to those that have read the prequel you know that the Qua’Hathri saved the human survivors from Sethari "dictatorship" in exchange for human females. And that's were we start in this book. Cassie is one of the women that were given to the Qua'Hathri for their help, and she finds herself in the arms of Khazaar. This is just the second story I've read of Jenny, and I'm quite happy to get to learn more about the world and the aliens. Although I have a couple of things to say about the book, let me just say that over all, I was quite surprised and excited from beginning to end. In terms of plot, it was unexpected to read about Cassie's life from the moment she met Khazaar until the end. She was a woman with some mind controlling and mind reading abilities that not only got her in difficult situations, but have also helped her get out of some problems and survive. That was something I liked a lot, and since it was in the 1st person POV we had a front seat to her mind and heart, and that made me feel empathy towards her. Then there is Khazaar, that in some way I'm sad that I couldn't get to know him as much as I would loved. Despite that I could see how he was a leader that had his people in mind, loyal and strong. And because I didn't really knew what was in his mind there was this disconnect at some moments, although I was sad once things turned bad. The book had a quick pace at moments and it was chaotic sometimes because of all the action that was happening and for all the bad things the characters had to deal with. And then... the end... That ending as even more 'WOW' and unexpected. And thankfully I could immediately go read the second book and see if I could find some new information about Cassie and Khasaar, while meeting new characters and learning more about the world. Overall, I loved the book because it was different and it was surprising, full of twists and turns, with some unique characters and since it's a sci-fi romance, there is that sense of otherworldly and possibility.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Vintagebooklvr

    There was plenty of action and an interesting storyline. Sometimes things were a little rushed and I didn't think there was enough development of the first two races that Earth interacted with. There was more development with the third race Cassie came in contact with and that had a lot to do with the amount of time that she spent there. Cassie's psychic ability gave more insight into the hero's main rival that elevated him from a flat villain to something more complex. The scientifically manipu There was plenty of action and an interesting storyline. Sometimes things were a little rushed and I didn't think there was enough development of the first two races that Earth interacted with. There was more development with the third race Cassie came in contact with and that had a lot to do with the amount of time that she spent there. Cassie's psychic ability gave more insight into the hero's main rival that elevated him from a flat villain to something more complex. The scientifically manipulated chief was a developed character as well. Khazaar, in some ways, wasn't as developed as the others but wasn't flat. Cassie fell in love a little bit too quickly; going from not really liking him and looking at other options for to be her mate to thinking he was the love of her life without there being enough foundation for the idea of "soul mates" to explain their connection. I liked that Cassie took charge of her fate. She was stuck being one of the women given to an alien race as payment for saving Earth but she tried to make the best of it by talking to some of the males and encouraging others so they weren't stuck with whoever just pointed at them. She didn't close herself off to attraction to other males even if she was in love with someone else. In reality, being in love doesn't end all attractions with other people (or beings in this case). If she was going to be forced to have sex with someone she really didn't like why not try to make it as pleasant as possible. Though I thought the attraction was presented a little too strongly with the genetically-altered chief when she didn't like him. The synopsis of the book is a bit misleading. Cassie didn't run to Khazaar for protection all the time. They needed each other and other people to survive as well as escape from captivity. I liked that no character was superman or superwoman able to beat all people in a fight and survive a starship crash without injury.

  18. 5 out of 5

    N

    I stopped at 21%. The sample had been promising but it very quickly took a nose dive. The characters have no depth, the world building is non-existent, the romance is non-existent and there is zero pacing/set up. (view spoiler)[The women are sent off to the aliens by their world leader who promised the aliens that the women were willing and that the women believed this to be an honour. When the heroine contradicts this statement, the hero expresses surprise... and then says the president is a sli I stopped at 21%. The sample had been promising but it very quickly took a nose dive. The characters have no depth, the world building is non-existent, the romance is non-existent and there is zero pacing/set up. (view spoiler)[The women are sent off to the aliens by their world leader who promised the aliens that the women were willing and that the women believed this to be an honour. When the heroine contradicts this statement, the hero expresses surprise... and then says the president is a slimy coward but oh well, might as well do it anyway! (At this point I seriously questioned his intelligence. You don't decide someone is a lying dick and then completely believe their assurances.) He then proceeds to use his psychic abilities to show the heroine that he can manipulate her into totally wanting sex anyway. She still resists, so he shrugs and sends her back to be mated with someone else. Next day hero has a different woman in his lap, heroine sulks over how hot he is and then flirts with someone else who seems like a decent person and is clearly rival to the hero. Hero goes caveman. That night heroine suddenly decides she's in love with hero???????? ????? At this point I became SO confused. Nothing the hero has done has seemed intelligent or appealing. If he had been outraged at president dickweed's lies and promised to correct the situation, I would have had more respect for him. If he had treated heroine like a person rather than a pet, I would have found him appealing as a love interest. But alas, it is not meant to be. His only redeeming quality is that he isn't a rapist. The rival then turns out to be the most disappointingly obvious villain of all time. I didn't really feel like sitting through his rape threats and bullshit so I saved my time and refunded the book. (hide spoiler)]

  19. 5 out of 5

    B. Truly

    3.75 stars I found this book on a Amazon similar and decided to give it a try. The plot held my interest and I liked how the author showed Cassie’s mind reading power. It was an unique way to present mind reading. Cassie was able to astro-project in a ghostly form and she was able to place her spirit-self into people's heads. That concept was presented well. At 1st I thought this would be like the same alien claim his bride book, but it was refreshing that it played out differently. This book ha 3.75 stars I found this book on a Amazon similar and decided to give it a try. The plot held my interest and I liked how the author showed Cassie’s mind reading power. It was an unique way to present mind reading. Cassie was able to astro-project in a ghostly form and she was able to place her spirit-self into people's heads. That concept was presented well. At 1st I thought this would be like the same alien claim his bride book, but it was refreshing that it played out differently. This book had a great plot, however, I do again with the reviews that state that's it's too much going on for one book. The plot changes were jarring. It went from the ship being invaded to them being taken captive on another ship--to that ship crashing and diving into another totally different survival plot. There were several times that I had to go back and reread what had happened vs what was happening because the plot jumps got confusing. I enjoyed the romance between Cassie and Khazaar. I really liked Khazaar. I liked Cassie for the most part, but there was a time or two were she was very contradicting. I didn't like how she didn't feel guilty about sleeping with Zeyliv until Khazaar saw the aftermath. That really clashed with her being so in love with Khazaar. All and all this was good start to the series and I am interesting enough to continue reading book 2 about Cassie and Khazaar's kids.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Serena Buffaloe

    I am a CAPTIVE AUDIENCE !! What a love story ! I thought that the story and characters were well thought out and complex and looking for love 💘( like we all are :)) I met Khazzar in the 1st story I read , THE BEAST, and i t enjoyed that story immensely. So I 1clicked and what an amazing Baltic ride ! Cassie is a part of the bargain that the President made with the Qua' Hathri, a race of Warriors who promise to get rid of the species that has taken over Earth. For a price . They need women geneti I am a CAPTIVE AUDIENCE !! What a love story ! I thought that the story and characters were well thought out and complex and looking for love 💘( like we all are :)) I met Khazzar in the 1st story I read , THE BEAST, and i t enjoyed that story immensely. So I 1clicked and what an amazing Baltic ride ! Cassie is a part of the bargain that the President made with the Qua' Hathri, a race of Warriors who promise to get rid of the species that has taken over Earth. For a price . They need women genetically compatable with their own people . Cassie is one of 167 other women. And , according to the computers, she is 97% able to bring healthy children into their world . Not volunteering for this "mission " , Cassie is reluctant to go through with this -and who could blame her ??? Of Course , once she makes her feelings known , she expects to be reprimanded. But Khazzar calmly tells her that she may go.... He has no need to be with a woman that doesn't want to be there. That only makes Cassie wonder if he is even attracted to her . When she finds out that He is ....well . The adventure just shoots off like a cannon, as they go from one situation, directly into another. And another. And ANOTHER. Cassie has an ability that many would want to be able to control. And many Try . But will her and her beloved be able to traverse the slippery slope that they find themselves in ??? I am on to the next installment, as this series continues!! 😁

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    Mindblowing and creative This was my first story by Foster, and I was very surprised with the universe she created so easily. It is a harsh story that involves lots of plot twists, steamy scenes, and leaves the reader going “what?!” All within 2 chapters. So of course I was immediately drawn in and couldn’t not read it nonstop. The adventure, thrill, fear, excitement, and suspense had me reading faster and faster just to find what happens next with Resa. The psychological madness that revolves ar Mindblowing and creative This was my first story by Foster, and I was very surprised with the universe she created so easily. It is a harsh story that involves lots of plot twists, steamy scenes, and leaves the reader going “what?!” All within 2 chapters. So of course I was immediately drawn in and couldn’t not read it nonstop. The adventure, thrill, fear, excitement, and suspense had me reading faster and faster just to find what happens next with Resa. The psychological madness that revolves around her only made it more interesting and made me question everyone’s motives around her constantly. In addition to Resa’s powers, she had to deal with her emotions towards her warrior, Khaazar, and her abductor, Zeyliv. This was by far a new look into alien romance since I had yet to read one where a human had special powers and not just the “blue aliens” like most other stories entailed. Very good read and can not wait until the next one!

  22. 5 out of 5

    J.C.

    I have to admire Cassie's strength in all of this. She does what she has to in order to survive. This whole story is a double edge sword in all aspects of the story and never a dull moment either. I want more so bad. This is the first book I have ever read by Jenny Foster but this has sealed it for me to read more of her books. Cassie is given over to an Alien along with many other women cause they saved earth from another alien race causing nothing but hurt, then Cassie falls in love but before I have to admire Cassie's strength in all of this. She does what she has to in order to survive. This whole story is a double edge sword in all aspects of the story and never a dull moment either. I want more so bad. This is the first book I have ever read by Jenny Foster but this has sealed it for me to read more of her books. Cassie is given over to an Alien along with many other women cause they saved earth from another alien race causing nothing but hurt, then Cassie falls in love but before they can have time together more trouble follows. This whole story is full of sex, and nastiness but regardless of the wrong and hurt done to Cassie she never gives up and keeps fighting for her freedom and the love that she wants. **I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.**

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kaylee

    Suspense, and action, and introducing one hot Alien and a sexy human woman. I loved The Captive written by the talented author Jenny Foster. Ms. Foster’s creativity comes through in her characters; Khazaar Drasurq and Cassie Burnett, the companionship and red hot chemistry between the two and in the different worlds she has created. After the War Cassie Burnett was promised to the Qua’Hathri by her president to serve the human race, Cassie knew it wasn’t true. She wasn’t there on her own free wi Suspense, and action, and introducing one hot Alien and a sexy human woman. I loved The Captive written by the talented author Jenny Foster. Ms. Foster’s creativity comes through in her characters; Khazaar Drasurq and Cassie Burnett, the companionship and red hot chemistry between the two and in the different worlds she has created. After the War Cassie Burnett was promised to the Qua’Hathri by her president to serve the human race, Cassie knew it wasn’t true. She wasn’t there on her own free will. She was a captive. Lord Khazaar instantly was attracted to Cassie from the line-up. He needs a strong human woman to continue his lineage. He is after all the Lord of the Qua’Hathri. I loved The Captive from the first page to the last. I’d recommend this book to anyone who loves action, intrigue, and a passion that’s way out of this world.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    Ok read- if you want dark romance I tried to get into this book, and although it's got plot, I just couldn't see it as a romance book. The heroine bargains her body to save human woman and her alien-love and although she is give Little!e choice to have sex with her captor, she finds him attractive so she is okay with it? And shortly after her captor has sex with her she finds herself ok with having sex with her alien love and He is ok she had essentially been raped because it was good for his peo Ok read- if you want dark romance I tried to get into this book, and although it's got plot, I just couldn't see it as a romance book. The heroine bargains her body to save human woman and her alien-love and although she is give Little!e choice to have sex with her captor, she finds him attractive so she is okay with it? And shortly after her captor has sex with her she finds herself ok with having sex with her alien love and He is ok she had essentially been raped because it was good for his people and hers?!?! So out of my definition of romance and more like a dark themed read. I wanted to like this book but just cant. I have it three stars because the plot was unique and the words flow easily - the author deserves credit; it's the contents of this story I don't like and has turned me against reading book two in series

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kaylee

    Suspense, and action, and introducing one hot Alien and a sexy human woman. I loved The Captive written by the talented author Jenny Foster. Ms. Foster’s creativity comes through in her characters; Khazaar Drasurq and Cassie Burnett, the companionship and red hot chemistry between the two and in the different worlds she has created. After the War Cassie Burnett was promised to the Qua’Hathri by her president to serve the human race, Cassie knew it wasn’t true. She wasn’t there on her own free wi Suspense, and action, and introducing one hot Alien and a sexy human woman. I loved The Captive written by the talented author Jenny Foster. Ms. Foster’s creativity comes through in her characters; Khazaar Drasurq and Cassie Burnett, the companionship and red hot chemistry between the two and in the different worlds she has created. After the War Cassie Burnett was promised to the Qua’Hathri by her president to serve the human race, Cassie knew it wasn’t true. She wasn’t there on her own free will. She was a captive. Lord Khazaar instantly was attracted to Cassie from the line-up. He needs a strong human woman to continue his lineage. He is after all the Lord of the Qua’Hathri. I loved The Captive from the first page to the last. I’d recommend this book to anyone who loves action, intrigue, and a passion that’s way out of this world.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Smith

    So I love Sci-fi romances. It is probably my second or three favorite genre to read. Needless to say, I have read a BUNCH of them, but this book....this takes the cake!!! Holy Cosmos, Batman! This is good! It is so much more than a sci-fi romance. I mean don’t get me wrong it has all the sexy, dangerous, lovey dovey crap we all love, but this book has balance and so much more. “The Captive” is not the typical sci-fi romance you read where the characters meet and the whole story revolves around t So I love Sci-fi romances. It is probably my second or three favorite genre to read. Needless to say, I have read a BUNCH of them, but this book....this takes the cake!!! Holy Cosmos, Batman! This is good! It is so much more than a sci-fi romance. I mean don’t get me wrong it has all the sexy, dangerous, lovey dovey crap we all love, but this book has balance and so much more. “The Captive” is not the typical sci-fi romance you read where the characters meet and the whole story revolves around them having sex and fighting with each other just to make up at the end and live happily ever after with two kids who’s names you can’t even pronounce. No, this book has men with hope, monsters with reasons and a girl with a heart.... this books has a STORYLINE. One that will leave you wanting more! I can’t wait for book two!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tameka

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Man, I was so irritated with book. It seemed she landed in bad situation after bad situation regardless that she tried her best to stay on the straight and narrow panther. First you she was forced into service to meet a demand that had nothing to do with her per se; the alien picks her is a prick of the first order which lands her in the perdictament that had two aliens fighting over because of her special abilities; she crashes and then is forced by another Male to flush out secrets which cause Man, I was so irritated with book. It seemed she landed in bad situation after bad situation regardless that she tried her best to stay on the straight and narrow panther. First you she was forced into service to meet a demand that had nothing to do with her per se; the alien picks her is a prick of the first order which lands her in the perdictament that had two aliens fighting over because of her special abilities; she crashes and then is forced by another Male to flush out secrets which cause the death of four people one of which is a child - then her souls mate acts kind of stand offish when she has to sacrifice her body one way or another to save others. The overall general attitude of the men in this book is a caveman mentality. It's my way or the high.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Konny

    The Captive by Jenny Foster is the first book in the Betania Breed Series. Every book can be read as a standalone. Cassie Burnett is a strong woman. She fights against Sethari, who enslaved all humans. When another alien race offers a trade, Cassie is one of the chosen women. She is now given to Warlord Khazaar Drasurq, leader, dangerous and unpredictable. But karma and enemies threaten to destroy their HEA. The Captive is a PNR, full-length, romance novel. The writing is great, I loved the story a The Captive by Jenny Foster is the first book in the Betania Breed Series. Every book can be read as a standalone. Cassie Burnett is a strong woman. She fights against Sethari, who enslaved all humans. When another alien race offers a trade, Cassie is one of the chosen women. She is now given to Warlord Khazaar Drasurq, leader, dangerous and unpredictable. But karma and enemies threaten to destroy their HEA. The Captive is a PNR, full-length, romance novel. The writing is great, I loved the story and the words. I started reading and was captivated. The book contains the right amount of drama, violence, danger, hate and love. My favorite character is Cassie. She´s tough and strong, knows what she wants and how to get it. I give 4,5 stars, thank you, Jenny Foster !

  29. 4 out of 5

    أجمل زهرة

    Personally, I loved the book even there are many readers hated it. It is full of action and an expected situations. What surprised me that Zeyliv and Varsul are mean, hot and villain but I loved them. I wanted them really to have their own happiness because they were good in their heart. I'm not accustomed to this kind of books and I usually avoid them but this one draw my attention. I read all the night and I couldn't stop because in every page I found crises, disasters, death and betrayal. The Personally, I loved the book even there are many readers hated it. It is full of action and an expected situations. What surprised me that Zeyliv and Varsul are mean, hot and villain but I loved them. I wanted them really to have their own happiness because they were good in their heart. I'm not accustomed to this kind of books and I usually avoid them but this one draw my attention. I read all the night and I couldn't stop because in every page I found crises, disasters, death and betrayal. The end was total shock for me and it made me sad but that didn't make me lose my interest in the second book. To be honest, I hated Cassie's behavior and decisions in many situations. She was sometimes very selfish.

  30. 4 out of 5

    ♥️Fantasy Land Book Reviewer♥️

    This is my first Jenny Foster book and I have to say I was really happy with this story. There was no confusion or misunderstanding with who was who. There were no multiple stories and what was going on. Cassie is a great character, she is strong and has gone through a hell of a lot in the past that makes her that way. So when bad things start happening when she leaves Earth Cassie has to learn to survive outside her normal living. Khazaar, is the alien that she is supposed to mate to, and he wi This is my first Jenny Foster book and I have to say I was really happy with this story. There was no confusion or misunderstanding with who was who. There were no multiple stories and what was going on. Cassie is a great character, she is strong and has gone through a hell of a lot in the past that makes her that way. So when bad things start happening when she leaves Earth Cassie has to learn to survive outside her normal living. Khazaar, is the alien that she is supposed to mate to, and he will do anything to protect her and his people. This is an interesting read but such a great read. It does not end in a cliffhanger but it does have an ending where it does go on to a second book if you want to go on. I can't wait to see where it goes. Great book.

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