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Abbey We're back on Silence, orbiting the Dark Planet while my husband handles unfinished business on Kythia. For some reason, he seems a little bit tense. According to Tarak, Kythian politics can be complicated, especially when the entire Kordolian Empire has just been destroyed. I hope things don't get too complicated, because I don't want to be stuck here for too long. Abbey We're back on Silence, orbiting the Dark Planet while my husband handles unfinished business on Kythia. For some reason, he seems a little bit tense. According to Tarak, Kythian politics can be complicated, especially when the entire Kordolian Empire has just been destroyed. I hope things don't get too complicated, because I don't want to be stuck here for too long. A warship isn't really the best place to raise a child. Tarak The only way to ensure Abbey and Ami remained safe was to bring down the Empire. It is done. Now it is up to the statesmen and scholars to rebuild our civilization from the inside out. I'm just here to provide the muscle, but above all, I'm here to keep my mate and my child safe. If anything or anyone dares to threaten them... They know how I will respond. The problem is that not all enemies can be taken down by force. Warning: This book is a science-fiction alien romance. It contains swearing, violence, sensual sex scenes, and silver aliens with fangs. It's definitely recommended for readers aged 18 and over. Brilliant Starlight is Book 8 in the Dark Planet Warriors series. It will make more sense if you've read the other books in the series beforehand, but that's probably not absolutely essential.


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Abbey We're back on Silence, orbiting the Dark Planet while my husband handles unfinished business on Kythia. For some reason, he seems a little bit tense. According to Tarak, Kythian politics can be complicated, especially when the entire Kordolian Empire has just been destroyed. I hope things don't get too complicated, because I don't want to be stuck here for too long. Abbey We're back on Silence, orbiting the Dark Planet while my husband handles unfinished business on Kythia. For some reason, he seems a little bit tense. According to Tarak, Kythian politics can be complicated, especially when the entire Kordolian Empire has just been destroyed. I hope things don't get too complicated, because I don't want to be stuck here for too long. A warship isn't really the best place to raise a child. Tarak The only way to ensure Abbey and Ami remained safe was to bring down the Empire. It is done. Now it is up to the statesmen and scholars to rebuild our civilization from the inside out. I'm just here to provide the muscle, but above all, I'm here to keep my mate and my child safe. If anything or anyone dares to threaten them... They know how I will respond. The problem is that not all enemies can be taken down by force. Warning: This book is a science-fiction alien romance. It contains swearing, violence, sensual sex scenes, and silver aliens with fangs. It's definitely recommended for readers aged 18 and over. Brilliant Starlight is Book 8 in the Dark Planet Warriors series. It will make more sense if you've read the other books in the series beforehand, but that's probably not absolutely essential.

30 review for Brilliant Starlight

  1. 5 out of 5

    Celestine

    "So Tarak says he brought down the Empire on my behalf? That’s rather romantic, in a megalomaniacal kind-of way." So this final book in the Dark Planet Warriors series (can I cry?), brings us full circle to Tarak and Abbey, who were the first Kordolian/Human pairing in the series. Tarak is the Biggest Bad of the meanest guys in the universe, and we get to see him operate largely through the filter that is Abbey's loving gaze. Seeing Tarak as a dad confounded by the appeal of a stuffed crocodile, "So Tarak says he brought down the Empire on my behalf? That’s rather romantic, in a megalomaniacal kind-of way." So this final book in the Dark Planet Warriors series (can I cry?), brings us full circle to Tarak and Abbey, who were the first Kordolian/Human pairing in the series. Tarak is the Biggest Bad of the meanest guys in the universe, and we get to see him operate largely through the filter that is Abbey's loving gaze. Seeing Tarak as a dad confounded by the appeal of a stuffed crocodile, and unabashedly indulging his infant daughter, is a true treat made all the funnier by the running mental commentary of Abbey. Sadly, life is not easy for the General - what with instigating a coup against the most powerful empire in the universe - and clean up is a b!^ch. Then on top of that Abbey becomes dangerously ill, forcing Tarak to face his past. The adventure and details are interesting and exciting and Carven does a fantastic job of wrapping up threads related to our main characters. There are still a lot of questions hanging out there for details on the Kordolian society, its demise, and the future integration (ahem, domination) on Earth, and I think a spin-off series will be the perfect place to keep discovering more about these scary Kordolians and their fascinating attraction to human women. Book source: Kindle Unlimited subscription.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Deluca

    The grand finale to the crackilicious Dark Planet Warriors series features Tarak and Abbey....again. I'm not a huge fan of focusing on the same couple over multiple books, BUT I will say that these two have grown on me. HOWEVER, this reads like a book that started as a serial, because it is sooooo repetitive in sections, giving copious recaps of action that happened in the last chapter that simply aren't necessary in a well-edited novel. I can easily see this as a bonus for longtime readers, perh The grand finale to the crackilicious Dark Planet Warriors series features Tarak and Abbey....again. I'm not a huge fan of focusing on the same couple over multiple books, BUT I will say that these two have grown on me. HOWEVER, this reads like a book that started as a serial, because it is sooooo repetitive in sections, giving copious recaps of action that happened in the last chapter that simply aren't necessary in a well-edited novel. I can easily see this as a bonus for longtime readers, perhaps a newsletter? I don't know. There are a couple of interesting glimpses into what created the First Division Warriors and the completionist in me couldn't NOT read this book. I just think it could have been much shorter. But to end on a positive note, this whole series has been like crack for me - giving me some wild mood swings, but in the end I devoured it all, so there's that. IF you absolutely loved Tarak and Abbey, you'll probably want to read this entry, but otherwise....eh. *shrugs*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susani

    Nice continuation/completion of the series. Tarak remains one of my all time favorite Mars needs Women H's! Makes me want to go back and re-read book one ☺️ Nice continuation/completion of the series. Tarak remains one of my all time favorite Mars needs Women H's! Makes me want to go back and re-read book one ☺️

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cheesecake

    I loved this wrap up to Dark Planet Warriors, and I don't need to be sad, because there's plenty of spin off stories. My only complaint is that it was a little too easy. Tarak and Abby are circling the Dark planet onboard Silence, and dealing with the downfall of the Empire. Things are going well until Abby gets deathly ill. The virus carried but the nanos Tarak gave her has mutated! I was a little afraid to read this during a pandemic, but the author manages to keep it interesting without totally I loved this wrap up to Dark Planet Warriors, and I don't need to be sad, because there's plenty of spin off stories. My only complaint is that it was a little too easy. Tarak and Abby are circling the Dark planet onboard Silence, and dealing with the downfall of the Empire. Things are going well until Abby gets deathly ill. The virus carried but the nanos Tarak gave her has mutated! I was a little afraid to read this during a pandemic, but the author manages to keep it interesting without totally stressing out the reader. It got a little deus ex machina to save Abby, but I didn't mind. And their daughter was just so cute! One of my favourite plot moppets! I loved that they recovered info about Tarak's parents at the end too. Anyways, safety was good of course.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shanna Matheo

    This is one of my favorite Sfi-Rom series! And it's sad to see it come to and end. It should be so much more popular than it is. I mean what's not to love?! Super sexy, dark elf uber-alpha specimens of hard muscled sliver skinned aliens! Horns optional! lol There should be a line of women around the block clamouring to sign up for all this goodness! I will definitely be on the look out for the spin-off series! This is one of my favorite Sfi-Rom series! And it's sad to see it come to and end. It should be so much more popular than it is. I mean what's not to love?! Super sexy, dark elf uber-alpha specimens of hard muscled sliver skinned aliens! Horns optional! lol There should be a line of women around the block clamouring to sign up for all this goodness! I will definitely be on the look out for the spin-off series!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kimberlee

    Five Brilliant Stars First OMGoodness I want to cry! I love Tarak and Abbey from the beginning they have rocked my world. I just don't want their story to every end. EVER!! I know I screamed that but I can't help it. I love those Division One Soldiers. Abbey and Tarak have been through so much but if this particular story must end at least we know where Tarak came from. This has been a great story line to follow and I highly recommend to all my friends who love those hot alpha male aliens. Five Brilliant Stars First OMGoodness I want to cry! I love Tarak and Abbey from the beginning they have rocked my world. I just don't want their story to every end. EVER!! I know I screamed that but I can't help it. I love those Division One Soldiers. Abbey and Tarak have been through so much but if this particular story must end at least we know where Tarak came from. This has been a great story line to follow and I highly recommend to all my friends who love those hot alpha male aliens.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    More complex plot wise, but just as fun and silly as book one and three of the series. And I enjoyed it just as much. So why not a higher rating? The three books that I've read from this series have a 4 star enjoyability rating, but they're just too silly to rate any higher. ;) More complex plot wise, but just as fun and silly as book one and three of the series. And I enjoyed it just as much. So why not a higher rating? The three books that I've read from this series have a 4 star enjoyability rating, but they're just too silly to rate any higher. ;)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chappy

    What a great ending to the Dark Planet Warriors series. We come full circle, back to where it all began with Abbey and Tarak. Their "little monster" is adorable and is a symbol for a merging of species and a new hope for the Kordolians (who were slowly dying out). Tarak proves again that he will stop at nothing to save his Abbey. They are each others salvation and it's really beautiful. What a great ending to the Dark Planet Warriors series. We come full circle, back to where it all began with Abbey and Tarak. Their "little monster" is adorable and is a symbol for a merging of species and a new hope for the Kordolians (who were slowly dying out). Tarak proves again that he will stop at nothing to save his Abbey. They are each others salvation and it's really beautiful.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    AMAZING ENDING to an amazing series!! Abbey and Tarak are my favorite couple!!! ❤️❤️

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Timmer

    What? The end? I absolutely love this series. I am so disappointed that this was the final book. As usual, the author did a great job. I love the different characters, scenarios, and action. Obviously Tarak and Abby are such strong amazing characters to warrant three books of the series. I can't recommend this series enough What? The end? I absolutely love this series. I am so disappointed that this was the final book. As usual, the author did a great job. I love the different characters, scenarios, and action. Obviously Tarak and Abby are such strong amazing characters to warrant three books of the series. I can't recommend this series enough

  11. 5 out of 5

    Netanella

    The final book in the Dark Planet Warriors comes full circle with Abbey and the General as they struggle to contain a virus that threatens Abbey's life. It's all fun and games until the nanites start eating flesh. Good times, and a good ending to a sweet little sci-fi romance series. The final book in the Dark Planet Warriors comes full circle with Abbey and the General as they struggle to contain a virus that threatens Abbey's life. It's all fun and games until the nanites start eating flesh. Good times, and a good ending to a sweet little sci-fi romance series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    The Book Junkie Reads . . .

    Third time with Abbey and Tarek Overall 4 out of 5 stars Performance 4 out of 5 stars Story 4 out of 5 stars Reviewed: 02-09-20 The dark planet is not finished with our alpha couple from the Kordolian world. A parting gift had been left with Abbey and she will have to battle it mostly on her own while her loving alpha head strong mate watch from the outside. This was a direction I was not expecting or even considers. Now that makes me wonder will the same happen to Riana because she to have some of h Third time with Abbey and Tarek Overall 4 out of 5 stars Performance 4 out of 5 stars Story 4 out of 5 stars Reviewed: 02-09-20 The dark planet is not finished with our alpha couple from the Kordolian world. A parting gift had been left with Abbey and she will have to battle it mostly on her own while her loving alpha head strong mate watch from the outside. This was a direction I was not expecting or even considers. Now that makes me wonder will the same happen to Riana because she to have some of her mates nanites. Well that’s neither her nor there we are discussing Abbey and Tarek. Her battle takes us to the world that holds no pleasant memories for the division one warriors. And it also leads them first to the man that started it all. It was an interesting read. It was where you would find some answers but at the same time I did not feel it was a necessary part to continue on with the Kordolian of Earth. Dual narration allows for more interpretation and enjoyment.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Cyn

    Heart wrenching and horror before HEA Tarak and Abbey are just about to get their happily ever after when Abbey suddenly gets sick. Its always something with these two. Now they are off for another adventure and have to leave their daughter. That was pretty heart wrenching. Once they were on Xrax it was like a horror movie. There could have been more details of that horror show, but Abbey's experiences were an integral part of the story during that time. I love the changes taking place in this Un Heart wrenching and horror before HEA Tarak and Abbey are just about to get their happily ever after when Abbey suddenly gets sick. Its always something with these two. Now they are off for another adventure and have to leave their daughter. That was pretty heart wrenching. Once they were on Xrax it was like a horror movie. There could have been more details of that horror show, but Abbey's experiences were an integral part of the story during that time. I love the changes taking place in this Universe and what their futures hold.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amber White

    3.5 Stars!! I really liked Tarak and Abbey’s story. This is a pretty long standalone series with a somewhat continuous story arc throughout, but I wasn’t really interested in the other characters enough to read their stories. However, I was surprised when I realized that Anna wrote two more books about Tarak and Abbey after the first book in the series. There were a couple things that would have made a little more sense if I would have read book 2 and then books 4-7 but I was still able to see w 3.5 Stars!! I really liked Tarak and Abbey’s story. This is a pretty long standalone series with a somewhat continuous story arc throughout, but I wasn’t really interested in the other characters enough to read their stories. However, I was surprised when I realized that Anna wrote two more books about Tarak and Abbey after the first book in the series. There were a couple things that would have made a little more sense if I would have read book 2 and then books 4-7 but I was still able to see what was going on and their story was fairly easy to follow along without me having to read the other books. Very entertaining read!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Maria Garcia

    Excellent Series The last book was just as great as all the previous ones. It has action, love, family, adventure, and it comes full circle to the place where the First division soliders were created just like, Tarak? There's plenty of romance and steamy hot steamy with awesome characters? Sorry to see the series end, highly recommended, but ready for the new series to start. Excellent Series The last book was just as great as all the previous ones. It has action, love, family, adventure, and it comes full circle to the place where the First division soliders were created just like, Tarak? There's plenty of romance and steamy hot steamy with awesome characters? Sorry to see the series end, highly recommended, but ready for the new series to start.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    I wasn't thrilled thrilled go back to Abbey and Tarak. I don't dislike them, but I didn't love them enough to want multiple books about them. I thought this was going to follow the groundwork that was started after the political upheaval in the previous books, but that wasn't the case. It was more of a reaffirmation of how great they are and didn't really advance the story arc. I'm bummed, because I really wanted more in terms of where things are now. I read the first book in the spinoff series I wasn't thrilled thrilled go back to Abbey and Tarak. I don't dislike them, but I didn't love them enough to want multiple books about them. I thought this was going to follow the groundwork that was started after the political upheaval in the previous books, but that wasn't the case. It was more of a reaffirmation of how great they are and didn't really advance the story arc. I'm bummed, because I really wanted more in terms of where things are now. I read the first book in the spinoff series and I haven't decided if I'll continue.

  17. 5 out of 5

    phoebess

    Brilliant ending to this series. See what I did there? I'm a genius. It was emotional, intense and full of awesome plot twists and subtle reminders how the whole series started. In Tarak's words, "A kuriak eventually returns to the hive." Brilliant ending to this series. See what I did there? I'm a genius. It was emotional, intense and full of awesome plot twists and subtle reminders how the whole series started. In Tarak's words, "A kuriak eventually returns to the hive."

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sometime

    This was a great end to the series. And I love that we came full circle and are back with Tarak and Abbey again.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Erwin

    I have really enjoyed this series from Ms. Carven. I started book 1 with not really any expectations and this series has just swept me up into it and I really hated to see that this is the end. I am excited for the spin off though. I was not ready to say goodbye to this world. Thank you for sharing Ms. Carven, and I look forward to the next journey you share with us.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    4 shining stars A great conclusion to a great series. I was delighted to read in the Author's note that there will be a spin -off series. So lookin forward to it! 4 shining stars A great conclusion to a great series. I was delighted to read in the Author's note that there will be a spin -off series. So lookin forward to it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    This might have been my favorite of the DPW series. It was such a good blend of the characters leaving their past behind them and nothing but the future ahead. It was an entertaining read - and that is the purpose, to be entertained. Anna Carven created some really good characters that come to life in this book, especially little Ami. That character was written perfectly as the personalities of Abby and Tarak take root in this adorable child.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kalie

    The end The end wrapped up nicely. No serious cliffhangers. The series has been wonderful and this one was as well. It wasn't as fast paced as some others but was still very good. There are supposed to be some spin offs and I look forward to them. Good series and morals learned as well. The end The end wrapped up nicely. No serious cliffhangers. The series has been wonderful and this one was as well. It wasn't as fast paced as some others but was still very good. There are supposed to be some spin offs and I look forward to them. Good series and morals learned as well.

  23. 5 out of 5

    ValerieC

    Wonderful closure to a really good series. Lots of action.

  24. 5 out of 5

    j keech

    Fantastic read Absolutely fantastic series, a must read for any Alien romance fanatics...but start at book one...once you start reading you won't want to put it down. My congrats to Anna Craven, an Alien romance series without today's modern take on porn..which alot of books seam to rely on. Thanx. Fantastic read Absolutely fantastic series, a must read for any Alien romance fanatics...but start at book one...once you start reading you won't want to put it down. My congrats to Anna Craven, an Alien romance series without today's modern take on porn..which alot of books seam to rely on. Thanx.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Glenda Fleming

    No, you Can't end the series yet. Still want more in the series. And the children's series would be nice. More, more, more No, you Can't end the series yet. Still want more in the series. And the children's series would be nice. More, more, more

  26. 5 out of 5

    Teena

    Love this series, and this book is the perfect ending! I have read a heaping ton of alien romances the past couple of years--some good, some terrible, some very dark and naughty--and a very select few that are worth remembering. The Dark Planet Warriors series is in the rare company of the latter category. Brilliant Starlight is the conclusion of the original series, coming full circle to back Tarak and Abbey (where it all began)--making sure their HEA sticks this time. Human female Abbey is young, Love this series, and this book is the perfect ending! I have read a heaping ton of alien romances the past couple of years--some good, some terrible, some very dark and naughty--and a very select few that are worth remembering. The Dark Planet Warriors series is in the rare company of the latter category. Brilliant Starlight is the conclusion of the original series, coming full circle to back Tarak and Abbey (where it all began)--making sure their HEA sticks this time. Human female Abbey is young, independent, beautiful, strong, intelligent, brave, and loving--in short, everything we'd perhaps ever wish to be combined into one very well-adjusted package--and she just happened to catch the deep red eyes of a breath-takingly gorgeous silver- hued alien General who is simultaneously fierce and loving in the sort of perfect contradiction you could spend a lifetime being dazzled by. The fact that he is all-male (unapologetically so) without ever displaying the deep character flaws that plague every single actual man I've ever met makes him as close to the ultimate alien romance Hero as I could imagine at this point. No laziness, no obsession with money, no grabbing power just for the sake of having it, no cheating, no addictions (other than his beloved Abbey), no pathetic fear of responsibility, no attempt (or even whisper of need to) abandon his unborn child who he only loved more and more once she was born and began to show her personality. No whining about the horrid necessities of life, but getting on with the job because it needs done. Let's not forget that not only is he actually a skilled lover, but that pleasing his mate is a priority--both in and out of the sleeping pod. He isn't "whipped"--he's devoted...and human men don't have a clue what that means. To have someone that loves, desires, and protects you as fiercely as you do them, works as tirelessly to make your life better in every way possible as you theirs--and trusts you, knowing what you have together is the best thing you've ever had--well, to have that returned in a relationship would actually make this miserable life rather more bearable, wouldn't it? But since we all know that kind of love and devotion only exists in fairy tales (or should I say, is only reciprocated in them) we have to content ourselves with finding a good one to immerse ourselves in. A story so good that (for a little while) the cold and dark reality of relationships is driven back...and this series succeeds in doing so. Love and acceptance is found in the form of the Big Bad who is devoted to his queen (and she to him), and they never once misuse the power they have over each other. THAT is a fairy tale worth cherishing.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    WOW. What a wild, crazy, strange, incredibly fun ride this series has been. I'm sad to see it go, but I love where it took us. I mean, these Kordolians went from being the scourge of the galaxies, hated and feared by pretty much everyone to blissfully mated to their special someones. Babies were born. Empires were toppled. Assassins were rehabilitated. And through it all, those warriors kept doing what they do to keep their ladies safe. <3 <3 <3 Okay. This time, we're back with Abbey and Tarak afte WOW. What a wild, crazy, strange, incredibly fun ride this series has been. I'm sad to see it go, but I love where it took us. I mean, these Kordolians went from being the scourge of the galaxies, hated and feared by pretty much everyone to blissfully mated to their special someones. Babies were born. Empires were toppled. Assassins were rehabilitated. And through it all, those warriors kept doing what they do to keep their ladies safe. <3 <3 <3 Okay. This time, we're back with Abbey and Tarak after the fall of the the empire. I should say the orchestrated fall of the empire. Because Tarak and his First Division were smack dab in the middle of making it happen. You know, with a little help from a reformed assassin. Things are bad on Kythia, but that means nothing when Abbey falls ill. The big, bad General will stop at nothing to make sure she's cured. Including, but not limited to, returning to a place that holds such terrible memories he can barely face them. Man, I love these guys and all the insanity they end up wading through to get their happily ever after. Plenty of danger, answers to a lingering questions, and an ending that was immensely satisfying. I've binge-read the bulk of this series over the last week and I'm both thrilled and sad that it's come to an end. But all good things must and I now I get to look forward to the spin-off series. I CAN'T WAIT! -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amyiw

    It has a weak plot of Abbie's nanites starting to turn on her and nothing can be done by the doctors on starlight. OK I don't mind the nanites storyline only the way it was "solved" and lots of that just didn't make sense so just read over it. Cannot do anything for her yet it'll work like that. (view spoiler)[ Draining the blood and cleansing and only one doctor can do it and only in one place and in the end it isn't even what supposedly saves her but the control she gains over them. (hide spo It has a weak plot of Abbie's nanites starting to turn on her and nothing can be done by the doctors on starlight. OK I don't mind the nanites storyline only the way it was "solved" and lots of that just didn't make sense so just read over it. Cannot do anything for her yet it'll work like that. (view spoiler)[ Draining the blood and cleansing and only one doctor can do it and only in one place and in the end it isn't even what supposedly saves her but the control she gains over them. (hide spoiler)] So they go back to the planet that Tarak was made on and all these memories come forward. We get to go into his past. We get to hear how much they miss their baby. Abbie is dying one minute and having sex in the healing bath the next. With all the flip flip just to get the past out in the open... well, it was boring. One you are dealing with a already formed couple so the plot has to hold the story, it does not. At least not for me. They put some of the other women in the book but not enough to really care or see the future for them. They could have done a Kithia building story, struggle there but instead we just get to see the politics and told what happened and we get to go try to save Abbie. Nope, it wasn't interesting to me and not enough plot to make me like it. It was OK to see the others and to get some of Tarak's past though much we already knew. Unnecessary to the series. Just a drawn out continuation after the end has already happened.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Space Cowgirl

    Tarak🐺🔪🔫 Takes Kythia🌍 Ultimate Kordolian Warrior, General Tarak🐺🔪🔫, must quell an uprising on his home planet🌍 of Kythia. He and his human mate, Abbey💋, from book one, have a baby girl now. Abbey💋 and the baby, Ami, are safe back on the Kordolian warship, Silence💥. But Tarak🐺🔪🔫 spends a lot of time thinking about them, maybe too much time. He gets distracted. Down on the Kythian surface, Tarak🐺🔪🔫 and his ultimate warriors are laying waste to their opponents. Their opponents, the Soldarians👹, ar Tarak🐺🔪🔫 Takes Kythia🌍 Ultimate Kordolian Warrior, General Tarak🐺🔪🔫, must quell an uprising on his home planet🌍 of Kythia. He and his human mate, Abbey💋, from book one, have a baby girl now. Abbey💋 and the baby, Ami, are safe back on the Kordolian warship, Silence💥. But Tarak🐺🔪🔫 spends a lot of time thinking about them, maybe too much time. He gets distracted. Down on the Kythian surface, Tarak🐺🔪🔫 and his ultimate warriors are laying waste to their opponents. Their opponents, the Soldarians👹, are killing civilians and ravaging the planet.🌍 Tarak🐺🔪🔫 wants it all to end. He wants all the enslaved peoples to go back to their own planets🌍. The Kordolians🔪🔫 will be slave holders no more. Everything must change because of his human family. This book is the last book in the series. I am glad it's over. The first few books were definitely the best, but this book was good, too. Tarak🐺🔪🔫 will always be the strong silent type, the warrior,🔪🔫 the General, the winner. Abbey💋 will always be his love, his everything. His new baby gives him the ultimate reason to always remain the protector.🐺🔪🔫 The xxx scenes are well written and of course, Tarak🐺🔪🔫 is The most brutally handsome🐺, virile🍌, bestest alpha alien lover🍌🌋✋ of all time! YEHAW! Ride em Bareback🍌, Cowgirl!🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎

  30. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    Brilliant!! If you have read my reviews on each one of these books in this series you will notice that I use a different word in each title. The reason for that is so many words to describe this whole series. Put them all together and there are still more could be said. Another thing I did not give away any of the plot or what goes on I feel like you can read that in the description of the book I don't want to give anything away and I'm not good at putting in just a few words how great this serie Brilliant!! If you have read my reviews on each one of these books in this series you will notice that I use a different word in each title. The reason for that is so many words to describe this whole series. Put them all together and there are still more could be said. Another thing I did not give away any of the plot or what goes on I feel like you can read that in the description of the book I don't want to give anything away and I'm not good at putting in just a few words how great this series really is. So I hope you will read this series allowed to take you to other worlds to escape our reality just for a little while. I hated for this series to end but the way that This brilliant author closes each book gives you a feeling of completeness and you're happy. I'm just ready to go to her other books and see what else lies ahead. If you do decide to read this series I hope you have a and get as much pleasure as I have!

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