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USA Today Bestseller! New York Times Bestseller! 


Dagger is a Trivator warrior who feared nothing until he met a young, delicate human female who awakened his heart. Her gentle touch, soft voice, and shy sense of humor touch him in a way he never thought could happen. The thought of anything harming someone so beautiful fills him with terror. 


Jordan Sampson is slowly adjusting to her new life on a strange planet far away from war-torn Earth. She was seventeen when she was brought to the Trivator’s home world of Rathon along with her older sister, Jesse, and younger sister, Taylor. It’s been a few years since then, but trying to fit in with an alien society has been…difficult. There is only one hope that keeps her going: Dagger. He stirs something deep inside her and makes her feel whole. 


When Dagger is captured during a mission and sold to the illegal Fight Rings, it is only the memory of Jordan that keeps him going. Time blurs as he slowly sinks deeper and deeper into a world of violence and pain until he becomes more animal than Trivator. 


Jordan knows Dagger is out there, somewhere, and she cannot stop until she finds him. The fight to save Dagger takes Jordan on a journey that she hopes they both survive. The star system is a dangerous place for a young human female and a damaged Trivator warrior. 


Internationally acclaimed S.E. Smith presents a new action-packed story full of adventure and romance. Brimming with her signature humor, vivid scenes, and beloved characters, this book is sure to be another fan favorite!


Main Content: 173 (6x9) pages, 59,323 words


{Romance (love, explicit sexual content)—Action/Adventure—Science Fiction (Aliens)—Fantasy (Urban)—Post Apocalypse—Contemporary—Paranormal.}

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
March 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
248
Pages
PUBLISHER
Montana Publishing
SELLER
S. E. Smith, LLC
SIZE
538.4
KB

Customer Reviews

Boundless Book Reviews ,

Everyone has a husy voice.

Everyone has a husky voice, once again.

When an author is fond of a phrase, and uses it continually, it may be overlooked while reading; however, in an audio book that phrase becomes like nails down a chalkboard. I picked up the "spoke in a husky voice" -phrase in book Two, Razor's Traitorous Heart, and unfortunately in remains in book three.

Aside from being "too husky," the book was working for me, until the ship with the French men and the robots showed up. I'm still don't understand what that was. Now, I will admit I haven't read through all of S.E's books; so I'm not sure if it's a spin off or not. It just left me confused,but their ship was cool.

I did like all the flashbacks. I thought they were executed perfectly. Jordan was a very decisive young woman, and I liked that she took action when she felt she needed to. Dagger didn't stand out much to me other than the fight ring; his personality was typical Trivator Warrior.

Overall the book was good and it gets three stars from me....Sara

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