November 27, 2016 2 min to read
Category : Reviews
Their only hope for survival is to stick together…
Melissa Crane has been preparing for this meeting for years. As personal aide to Ambassador Fuller of Earth, she journeys into space to meet the elusive envoys of the Kreossian Empire as they prepare to invite Earth into their Commonwealth.
When an explosion forces Melissa and Ark, a mysterious and powerful Kreossian warrior, to crash land on a nearby planet, Melisa realizes she may be in way over her head, and not just because the planet is trying to kill her…
Ark is one of the most feared warriors of the Kreossian Empire, known throughout the galaxy for his ruthlessness. He has pillaged massive planets all in the name of two things: serving the empire and finding his mate.
Now he finds himself stuck on a mysterious jungle world, alone with a human woman who turns him on like no other female ever has before.
Together they must survive the deadly planet, repair their ship, and find the necessary fuel to escape, all while being hunted by the planet’s inhabitants – the deadly and fearsome ghost wolves.
Along the way, Ark and Melissa must confront their growing feelings for each other – can Melissa be with a man who understands her so little? Can Ark be with a woman who challenges him so much?
And even if they do escape the clutches of the mysterious jungle planet…will it be in time to save Earth from destruction?
Ark is 63,000 words, and the first book in a series of scifi romance novels, following Kreossian warriors and the human women that love them. The book contains plenty of love, hardcore warrior lords, lust, and epic battles – so if that’s what you love, you’ve found the right read! These books can and should be read standalone.
I received an Advanced Copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Once I started reading this story I could not put it down. The story was well written and tons of fun. The characters’ snarky humor and steamy chemistry make this tale. Although it ends on a cliffhanger it’s not a terrible one in the middle of the scene. It ends in a spot that is logical for the part of the story to end – and considering how much I hate cliffhangers that’s saying something. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. Lucy Snow’s writing gets better with each book.
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