Review: Daughter Of The Alien Warrior by Honey Phillips & Bex Mclynn

Length: 159 pages

Published: June 21, 2020

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

Can a grieving alien warrior and a desperate mother overcome their painful pasts through the shared love of a child?

One year ago, Jade’s husband was killed and the baby she had wanted for so long disappeared. She has been searching for her daughter ever since. Nothing – not even being abducted by aliens – is going to stop her.

She doesn’t expect to find a daughter who doesn’t know her; one who clings to a huge, green alien instead. Despite her own attraction to the older warrior, she will do whatever it takes to get her daughter back.

Inzen lost his wife and daughter many years ago in the terrible plague that threatened to destroy the Cire race. When his ship rescued a group of abducted women and infants, he willingly took on the care of one of the children.

Then a luscious human female appears, demanding the return of her daughter and he is faced with once again losing a child.

When danger threatens, can Jade and Inzen come together for the sake of the child they both love?

Each book in the Treasured by the Alien series can be read as a standalone romance. This sweet and steamy HEA is intended for mature readers.

My Thoughts

Jade is determined to find her daughter and nobody is going to stop her….not even aliens. After losing a mate and child before Inzen is overprotective of the human child he’s raised as his own, at the thought of someone trying to claim her he panics. He ends up falling for the human who seems to be his daughters mother and believes they can all be family but someone else thinks they have a claim on her and tries to collect. This was an enjoyable read.

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