by Poppy Rhys
Released: October 5th 2017
Series: Women of Dor Nye #5
“This series just keeps getting better.”
~ Under the Covers
At the end of The Khyma Willa receives a ransom demand for her best friend Tosh after she gets captured by a powerful and ruthless criminal. The Incuabri starts with Tosh locked in a room with a very alien looking alien and no memories of how she got there. She half remembers the party she gate-crashed with Willa her reckless but beloved best friend so she could get her family heirloom back, after that…nothing. She isn’t worried, she’s been in sticky situations before, however, she can’t find a way out of the room and the Alzan the alien she is trapped with is hungry…for her.
I loved this book! I have said before that I enjoy a sci-fi romance where the aliens involved are alien and Alzan very much fits that bill. He has grey/black skin, red eyes, wings and look generally like something you would find in a nightmare. And his diet? Life essence. However, although Alzan may look like a monster, Tosh soon realises that his appearance is deceiving, he would never feed off her without her permission and it doesn’t seem so bad when his feedings feel oh-so-good.
So far in this series Alzan is my favourite hero, I don’t understand how someone so terrifying look could be so funny and cute, but he was. It could be that he made adorable happy chirping sounds and the fact he was trapped and uncertain as Tosh. I also really liked Tosh, she was a great heroine, funny, sensible but kick ass. They made a great couple.
This series just keeps getting better. Bring on the next book!
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