Stardancer Book two of the bestselling historical futuristic series The Tellaran Kinara crosses into Az kye space seeking revenge but her act of vengeance goes horribly wrong when her ship is captured Defeated

  • Title: Stardancer
  • Author: Ariel MacArran
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  • Page: 436
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  • Book two of the bestselling historical futuristic series, The Tellaran.Kinara crosses into Az kye space seeking revenge but her act of vengeance goes horribly wrong when her ship is captured Defeated and enslaved Kinara offers herself to Aidar, the Az kye commander, in exchange for her crew s protection But this warrior wants much than just her submission, heBook two of the bestselling historical futuristic series, The Tellaran.Kinara crosses into Az kye space seeking revenge but her act of vengeance goes horribly wrong when her ship is captured Defeated and enslaved Kinara offers herself to Aidar, the Az kye commander, in exchange for her crew s protection But this warrior wants much than just her submission, he wants her to give herself completely .

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    1. TW: DUBIOUS CONSENTThis is such an odd book.The writing is really good, as is the pacing. The trouble is that it seems as if there are three different books in one, and only one of the three is actually goodThe first part of the book is about Kinara stupidly risking her whole crew for her own personal revenge, in spite of being repeatedly told that everything she was doing was wrong.I disliked it immensely. Kinara is selfish, wilfully ignorant, and gives no thought to sacrificing her entire crew [...]

    2. Kinara, a Tellaran, plans revenge on the people who killed her brother and heads out in a stolen warship. Instead she and her crew are captured. Aidar of the Az-kye people agrees to let Kinara's crew go if she bounds herself to him. So she does but things don't go as easily as planned.Sounds like a sexy little sci-fi romp but there is a story and yes, a bit of sex too. It was a fun, entertaining read. Two different cultures that get together and find they are not what the other believed they wer [...]

    3. Ariel MacArran’s “Stardancer” is a brilliant futuristic/alternative world romance read. It has some elements of “Clan of the Cave Bear” with the different clans and races. The plot is amazing and the characters are deep and well thought out. Kinara, the leading lady, goes through a complete metamorphosis in the book and becomes the strong leader she was always meant to be. Aidar, the leading man, is drop dead sexy and he fights for her and it made me swoon. I love the concept of being [...]

    4. Hello Lemonheads! I was fortunate to be gifted with a new lemon by Ariel MacArran, entitled Stardancer. This new author creates a new spin on an age old tale, of our heroine being a captive to our hero and succumbing to Stockholm syndrome. The world of the Tellarans and Az-kye is both futuristic and a throwback to medieval times. Tellarans are reminiscent of today’s time and use technology in all military aspects, while the Az-kye believe in fighting with swords or hand to hand combat. These t [...]

    5. I was given a copy of the book by the author for my honest review.I was not sure what to expect with this book. When I read the blurb, the talk of "submission" made it sound to me almost like a bdsm type of story. I like my stories spicy, but too much master/slave is a turn off for me. I am so glad that was not the case in this book. It's about a very brooding alpha male, who captures an incredibly strong-willed heroine during a space battle.There is a lot of arguing and mistakes from all sides. [...]

    6. Aidar of the Az’Anti is on his final rotation as Commander for the Imperial force’s armada when he is forced to engage a Tellaran ship bent on destruction. Aidar captures the Tellarans aboard and destroys their ship, taking the redheaded slave as his own. Kinara Maere is bent on avenging her brother’s death at the hands of the Imperial Az-Kye warriors. When her ship is destroyed and she is taken as a slave by the Clan Leader of Az’Anti, her only concern is getting her people away from th [...]

    7. I read Stardancer a while ago but reread it after reading the sequal The Seer and changed my rating from 4 to 5 stars. I really like Ariel MacArrans writing style! I have read many, many sci-fi romance books and some writers just get the right mix between plot, romance and humor and MacArran is one of them. She writes with a heart and soul that is hard to pinpoint what it is that makes the book good reading from the first page.I am not the best reviewer but do you like sci-fi romance you must tr [...]

    8. SFR romance with great worldbuilding. H was a manho but honorable, charming and very likeable. h was a virgin, hot-headed, tstl at times but also full of heart. Both were kind to each other and this book has a case of insta-love( at least from H's side). Safe romance.3.5 stars

    9. Plans of revenge hardly ever go as planned.Kinara Maere and her crew aboard the Rapier were on a mission and out for revenge. No one wanted to go on this mission, but out of respect for Kinara, they did. Her brother Kyndan and his crew were killed by the Az-kye and she would return the favor. Goes without saying, but this mission was not accomplished. Instead, Kinara and her crew were captured by the Az-kye ship Ty’pran and taken as prisoners. What’s even more unfortunate for them is that in [...]

    10. The Lemon ReviewLemon Reviewer: Adrienne. Hello Lemonheads! I was fortunate to be gifted with a new lemon by Ariel MacArran, entitled Stardancer. This new author creates a new spin on an age old tale, of our heroine being a captive to our hero and succumbing to Stockholm syndrome. The world of the Tellarans and Az-kye is both futuristic and a throwback to medieval times. Tellarans are reminiscent of today’s time and use technology in all military aspects, while the Az-kye believe in fighting w [...]

    11. Hey everyone! Got a fun read for you today! This is a futuristic romance that takes place in space and on another planet! How can you resist that? ^_~I was immediately engrossed into the story after the first chapter. The pace is great. I found myself easily reading through the book and caught up with the character and their actions. I felt each scene was well placed and well executed. No middle slumps in this read for me. I love stories like these. So well done!I did like Kinara but there were [...]

    12. Another in the Tellaran series, Stardancer is set in a futuristic universe between two warring empires. The Az'kye are fierce and proud warriors who will stop at nothing to defend the honor of their people and their families. The Realm is a futuristic society similar to that of present day, who find the Az'kye's practice of binding rituals and slavery to be barbaric and uncivilized. Both deeply misunderstand each other. When Kinara's brother is killed in a battle between the Realm and the Az'kye [...]

    13. AAHH! I want more! What a fantastic story! The characters are great, and the story line is phenomenal! I will post the rest of my review after it goes live on my blog!UPDATE (from my blog)**I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.**Until the last couple of months, I NEVER though I would be someone who read 'space opera' books, but I'm finding more and more that I LOVE them! I WANT MORE! That's what I had to say when I finished this book! It's not a cliffha [...]

    14. Kinara (Kinna to friends) Maere is on a mission on revenge against the enemy who killed her brother during his first mission in space.She decides to steal a spaceship and convinces some cadets in training to come along.Not surprisingly things dont go according to plan when they encounter the ship that attacked her Brothers vessel and engage it in combat only to find themselves outmanouvered when their lifesupport is taken down by the Az-kye ship.Kinara and the rest of the crew loses consciousnes [...]

    15. This book is generally well written, but the story relied on several plot elements that I personally don't enjoy much. There's nothing wrong with them, they've worked in other fiction just fine, but they just aren't for me and so that effected my enjoyment and my rating.The story begins with Kinara dragging a crew of (space academy?) cadets in to enemy space to hunt a warship that killed her brother. We're never told how she managed to convince or coerce these people or how they managed to steal [...]

    16. StardancerI thought book was very good. There was a lot of information about the culture and I wasn't left questioning why they did things a certain way. The romance was good and there was a lot of character development. She started out as impulsive and grew into a strong woman who planned her goals out. It could have been so much worse for her. the really big scary guy could have claimed her and abused her, I like how she was a bit more open minded when she realized how much worse her fate coul [...]

    17. This is one of the best scifi romance books that I have read! The world building was done very well. I could picture everything the author described in her book. The build up between the two main character's romance was done very well also. It wasn't insta-love like a lot of romance books tend to do. You could feel the connection they had between them and how they come to care for and love each other. The couple of sex scenes were done well too. They were descriptive but not overly so and there [...]

    18. After reading this book, I wondered to myself how come I've never read a Sci-fi book until now. Up until now Sci-fi books was a genre that I typically skipped over when in the bookstore. I have to say, this book was good and will probably be the reason I check out more books in this genre. The characters in the novel were unique and each had their own struggle that endeared them to the reader. It was fun to get swept up in the Tellaran and Az-Kye worlds. I felt bad for the main characters Kinara [...]

    19. This is a wonderful SciFi book. It was very well written and the story was moved quickly along. Kinara and Aidar are the main characters in this story.Kinara is a young Tellaran woman out for vengeance against the Az'kye ship she believes fired upon & murdered her brother and his crew during a battle along the Az'Kye/Tallaren borderThey find the ship they were looking for but in the process they get captured by the Az'kye. Kinara wakes from being knocked out to find herself in the bed of her [...]

    20. Loved this book! I want my own Aidar. The only thing was that I really wanted to know what happened after she returned to Az-kye. Did the Empress punish her for not "winning" the battle? What happened with Tedah and Lianna? What happened with Dael and Nisara? What happened with Bept? Was she able to form a treaty between the Az-kye and Tellarans? I have more questions but can't remember them. I want more closure basically.You can find the rest of my review here: literatibookreviews/2014/0Enjoy!

    21. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The author did a good job of pulling me in with this story. She did a few unique things with dialect and world building, which I found refreshing. And, the hero and heroine had good tension (and hotness) to keep things moving along well. Aidar, the hero, really grew on me with his tough sweetness wrapped up in a sense of honor and duty. The book ended a little abruptly for my taste, but it was where I hoped they'd end up! I'd recom [...]

    22. The hero was an ass. Too set in his ways and bound by tradition, I couldn't root for him or the spark-less relationship between them. The heroine was mostly pathetic. She spent most of her time learning how to fit into his world and giving up on her own dreams. Sometimes just for a bit of variety she would spend a few angst filled moments wondering if he might have decided he didn't want her anymore.Mostly I just got bored. I am giving one extra star for a few humorous scenes in which the hero f [...]

    23. The book was given to me and I thank the giver kindly for the gift. The characters were well developed, interesting and immediately believable. I bought in. in "All In." Ms. MacArran's ability to weave the alien worlds into the story underscores her innate ability to capture the audience and take them on one hell of a ride. The pace, dialog and plot were exceptionally strong. Conflict, danger, drama and most of all lovee book was phenomenal.

    24. Surprisingly Wonderful!I downloaded this book using kindle-unlimited, thinking that it would be just ok. Boy, I was pleasantly surprised. It was a well executed, complicated and engaging effort on the part of the author. There was romance, angst, and a well thought out plot. Definitely worth your time.

    25. I enjoyed the pace and the plot of this story, but experiencing an alien world world through Kinara's eyes was especially well done. Much of the novel takes place on the Az-kye home world and the author created it vividly and believably. The interaction between the Kinara and Aidar was realistic and natural. I'm looking forward to more books by this author.

    26. Enjoyed it. I felt the ending left a lot unanswered but I won't spoil it here. Pacing was good and I enjoyed the Az-Kye world and social structure

    27. Plans of revenge hardly ever go as planned.Kinara Maere and her crew aboard the Rapier were on a mission and out for revenge. No one wanted to go on this mission, but out of respect for Kinara, they did. Her brother Kyndan and his crew were killed by the Az-kye and she would return the favor. Goes without saying, but this mission was not accomplished. Instead, Kinara and her crew were captured by the Az-kye ship Ty’pran and taken as prisoners. What’s even more unfortunate for them is that in [...]

    28. I was given a copy of the book by the author for my honest review.Sci-Fi / Romance. I was totally drawn into the story, absolute emotional involvement, even a contented smile at the happy ending.Kinara is a hot-headed young Tellaran woman out for vengeance against the Az'kye ship she believes fired upon & murdered her brother and his crew during a battle along the Az'Kye/Tallaren border. She is not in the fleet/military but is the daughter of a high ranking military official. She's stolen th [...]

    29. On the fenceI really hated the H in this book, until 98%. At 50% I really wasn't sure if I was going to finish it. I did, and I'm glad I did. Wish there was an epilogue though. Felt like it just abruptly ended. My rating is a 3.5. I didn't feel the love between the h&H. It was stated by never really felt it until the very end. Not much in the sexy time department either. The book was good, just didn't hit the mark for me.

    30. Ha! This book is surprising me!From the first part of the story, I never thought it could be this fun to read! I just thought that it will be scary and stressing if looked from the biggining.But then, after Kinara arrive on the Az'kye and began her duty as some kind of mistress of the tribe, everything become so interesting.I like Kinara's character and I empathize her because she have try so hard to try to connect and adjust to her husband. But I enjoy how she learn to adopt to the new world an [...]

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