by Sadie Carter
Released: November 9th 2018
Series: Sky Warrior #2
” It was a really fun read, packed with humour and romance.”
~ Under the Covers
Sacaren is the second book in the Sky Warriors series, which although is a spin-off of the Zerconian Wariors series, can easily be read as a standalone. A pack of Sky Warriors – a race of alien with silver skin and wings – have come to Earth to find their mate. Being the strong and fierce alpha warriors they are, they expect to find quiet and submissive women who will obey their every order. Sacaren is no different. Yet, he cannot stop thinking about Frankie: the straight talking and spirited woman she unnecessarily put herself in danger…to save him.
Alien angels you say? Sign this girl right the hell up! I really enjoyed Marcun the first book in the Sky Warriors series so I may have done a little jig of happiness when I saw that Sacaren was out. It was a really fun read, packed with humour and romance. It’s also a great place to start if you want to read some sci-fi, but I keep scaring you off by me extolling the virtues of scales and tentacles. Rest assured, the Sky Warriors are completely humanoid, just built on a larger scale with silver skin and beautiful dark wings, if you are a paranormal romance fan you may have come across similar heroes.
What I enjoyed most about this book, and about this series, is the whole fish-out-of-water theme. Especially because the fish in question was a big sexy and very lethal male. I loved his befuddlement over some of the things Frankie would say. You don’t realise how many idioms and double meanings the English language has until sexy winged alien highlights it to you. I did love Frankie and Sacaren together, they were an adorable couple and together they gave us a sweet romance.
This book was a lot of fun, I am now eagerly awaiting the next book in the Sky Warriors series.
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