Taken from Earth and used like a lab rat…
Emily was a normal law student until she was abducted by aliens. Forced to perform death defying feats by night and undergoing medical tests by day, she doesn't know how much longer she can take it. When one alien takes particular interest in her she's afraid things have gone from bad to worse. He's got wings and fangs, and he makes her heart pound. But she can't want an alien like that… can she?
He doesn't have time to rescue a human…
Oz is on Kilrym for a reason, and it's not to rescue the ethereal performer who captivates him by night. But covert ops are impossible when his mind is on the human who could be his fated mate. War is on the horizon, but what if the only way to save his people is to sacrifice Emily?
Despite the fact that they were born light years apart, they are a perfect match. But Oz is keeping secrets, and when Emily finds out the truth she may never be able to forgive him, no matter how much she needs him to survive and escape the planet alive.
Synnr's Saint kicks off the Zulir Warrior Mates action/adventure science fiction romance series. The heroines were abducted from Earth, but they're ready to fight back alongside their alien warrior mates.
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Synnr’s Saint : Zulir Warriors Mates by Kate Rudolph
Emily Saint had been captured by aliens a species known as the Zulir / Apsyns who was also part of the same as Zulir / Synnr but they had different ideas . The Apsyn thought everyone beside themselves were nothing but animals including the Synnr . Malian Ozar was on a mission to retrieve the spy that had been gathering information because the Apsyn and the Synnr were on the verge of war. While there Oz saw Emily and realized she was human along with others and being experimented on . He felt drawn to her and although he was there to retrieve their person , he wanted to help Emily and the other humans. There is so much more to this book I can’t even begin to tell their story . But Emily and Oz do find each other and their being a Match is something you will find out about when you read this book.
Nice start to a new series
Kate Rudolph owns the action/adventure alien romance sub-genre, as proven by the high-octane cascade of thrilling events which befall OZ, a Zulir warrior and a scrappy human woman named Emily. The action is where it’s at in this first-of-the-series novel. Absolutely stellar. The romance is a bit more low-key, but still sparks. Tne weakest part of the book is the world-building, which could have been more focused, more coherently detailed, - and just plain MORE.Still a worthwhile read, and I’m really looking forward to the next book. This ia a voluntary ARC review.