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Lity technological superiority and Gifts of a magical sort bestowed upon their strongestthe warriors that estroy whole planets and people in a blink of an eyeyeah those guysWhat o you THINK WAS THE HORDE SOLUTION FOR was the Horde solution for with their feral females and their amazing ability to paralyze any Horde warrior with their greedy sex pinchersWas itA Detain all the females to use their technological superiority to figure out how to safely removeincapacitate the sex pinchersB Detain all the females to use their technological superiority to figure out how to safely rid themselves of the reciprocating paralysis inducing submission points to those nasty pinchersC Detain all the females to use their technological superiority to figure out how to safely come up with their version of test tube offspringD All of the aboveE None of the above except the etaining part This allowed their species to be free of the evil female pinchers with the nasty side effect of slow attrition to their numbersSureI get itthis isn t reality but come on Make some sense puh leaseAnd Bhyrah Bhyr you beautiful brute how I could ve loved you sigh I ve given the 1 for Bhyr as a hallmark to what I now claim to be the most exemplary story in which an Alphahole morphs into an Alphapuss At lightspeed no less Bhyr Stealing the Gila: The Pima Agricultural Economy and Water Deprivation, 1848-1921 deserves a plaue or statue in his name one of the greats who fell to the Magic Pussyall I can offer is my 1 tiny star sniffleAs y all can tellI wasn t a fan of this And that really ticks me off because I was sososooooo looking forward to the Horde and Bhyr I one clicked this bitch in a heartbeat How could I not with the enticement of Bihter in book 2 I expected of that version of Bhyr Maybe softened just a smidge by the end enough that his actions made sense and there was room for a good ho in his nest while he ruled the known stars with an iron fist Iidn t expect that he Literature and Dictatorship in Africa and Latin America 1958-1987 d be made to roll over and show his belly before we even reached the 25% mark I wept for Bhyrmy Bhyrthe one who could ve would ve should veNow the bitchy partno the above wasn t me being a bitch it was me bitching There s a ifference MaybeI LOVED Venomous book 1 Absolutely worth all the kudos for creating an Alpha that believably morphed and softened without pussing out entirely Actually 3 Alphas It was genius Alpha that believably morphed and softened without pussing out entirely Actually 3 Alphas It was genius Thunderclaw book 2 was a bit of a isappointment for me I expected of Beowyn as in on camera time But again kudos worthy for creating a tricky WHOS WHO IN AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE VOL.1 dynamic that worked in the end even though I wasn t in love with it And for introducing Bihterthe Horde into the mix which was my favorite bits in that bookI mention Venomous and Thunderclaw because they were good and what I expected to find in this book fullyeveloped characters actions that or less made sense plot points that were tidied up and well edited I also loved Fletcher s writing style in the previous books a nice combo of Agricultural Science for CSEC Examinations detailedescriptions to get me into the Sci fi scene without pulling the story own with overly forced or flowery language Bhyrsadly had none of what made Venomous and Thunderclaw good The characters were underdeveloped although there was an attempt to give Indira some epth in the beginning If I not gotten to know Bihter in book 2 I wouldn t have understood half of what was going on with Bhyr and the Horde He s a cardboard cutout The actions and plot points I already mentioned made no sense Plus the actions were escribed in such a way that I had to reread paragraphs to get the gist of what was happening especially the so called Keeping punishment eye roll Finally the editing is nearly non existent Speech isn t given with around it rather a single so it was confusing who was saying what Throughout the wrong words were used of when it should ve been if scared when it should ve been scarred etc Or words were missing that should ve there see how annoying is And last but not leastthis bitch was bludgeoned with a Thesaurus to Climate Smart Agriculture (Natural Resource Management and Policy Book 52) death I think it was an attempt to make it come across as otherworldly or Sci fi esue but I found itistracting especially in light of the poor editing and Academic Body descriptions As a whole this felt rushed I waited for thisAll of that said the bitchy part is that I wouldn t be mentioning any of this in a review IF I gotten the BhyrHorde of my Saint Germain On Alchemy dreams Soyeahthese comments are me being a bitch I already said I was ticked off shru. Is clutches Indira begins a revolt that causes ripples throughout the galaxy But as she strives to thwart the most feared being in the universe she must uestion how the warrior sheefied became the Chasing the Red Queen darkestesire of her heart Warning violence profanity psychological trauma forced seduction and sexual content. ,


Bhyr (Alien Warrior #3)Penelope Fletcher back and oh boy she wrote a Haylee delightfully wicked adventure This one pulls you in and takes you on an emotional journey with Indira and Bhyr One of pain hurt selfiscovery and forgiveness India and Bhyr face off after he s abducted her from earth but through their arguments and her not backing The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since 1945 (The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945) down to his attempts at subjugation they learn to communicate and care for one another She finds that he is theesperate leader of a Hijacking the Brain dying race chosen too what his people need with traditions steeped in retributive fear But Indira helps them both find common ground to o WHAT IS NOW BEST THE is now best for the women in order adjust But some issension in Bhyr s Horde has caused a civil war that they must navigate together in order to survive A thrilling adventure indeed and I can t wait for the next I skimmed a lot in this one The Azteka Horde looked intriguing in the previous books but it wasn t as much in their own bookOverall this was pretty weird I picture Bhyr looking like the Night King from Game of Thrones I realize that s not totally accurate but leave me alone okay That being said I feel like he The Path to Gay Rights didn t really live up to his full brutal potential being First of the Azteka Hordereaded feared and hated Destruction s priest Not everyone likes ark books and this one had the potential to be Dark with a capital D So I can appreciate Penelope Fletcher s ability to balance that with romance Near the end when Cristina grabbed her crotch and pretended to uail Saying Don t stab me I totally cracked me up Hilarious ending to a great fight scene with the ueen Overall although the book began a little on the slow side it still maintained the amazing world building that the rest of the series is known for I loved it so much For maximum enjoyment the books should be read in order Venomous first Thunderclaw then this one Yes I m obsessed with the series and in order Venomous first Thunderclaw then this one Yes I m obsessed with the series and has been worth the wait I m trying to write a review worthy of it yet I know I will fail as I am too wired for proper wording Right wired Piued Frantic All nice ways to escribe my experience reading Bhyr For this is one of those books you simply cannot put Gendered Citizenships down until finished and cannot stop thinking about when you re forced to The kind of book that takes you on an emotional rollercoaster The best of them It is obvious I loved it I loved the Azteka world their society the worldbuiding I loved Bhyr and Indira for the most part For Indira is a complex heroine So gifted yet so flawed Deeply human Truly real And the perfect match for Bhyr This is what makes a love story memorable isn t it A perfect couple Two or I m open for that people who are perfect for each other and not because the author forces the issue by stating so but because the author renders their traits and nature in a manner that simply clicksThe only thing that bugged me is how tame Bhyr became at the end Yes I know he changed for Indira hell he changed everything for her and it contributed to their relationship gainingepth Yet it irked me in a way I cannot explain for I loved the Bhyr in the beginning The tyrant the unapologetic leader who became so conflicted when Indira wouldn t obey So this book wasn t as Alien Disclosure at Area 51 dark as I expected True Bhyr wasn t the antihero I believed him to be In fact I go so far as to say Indira became alpha than him Still a gun to my head and I wouldn t change my rating Because in truth I cannot say I was Singing the Law disappointed by the story And it s all about perspective We the fans expected Bhyr s story and it was Indira s right from the start Thank you Penelope Fletcher Thank you for another masterpiece So goodOmg this book was so good I loved the other 2 books in this series and have been waiting for a new one for some time This wasefinitely worth the wait Can t wait for This was a tough book to rate It was violent as expected since it was about the Azteka It had moments of compassion that made me believe that the First of the Azteka really Alchemic did love his mateThat said Iidn t actually like Indira nor understand her reasoning on some things She went through some horrid events and came out the other side with some semblance of sanity so that was good Bhyr the First was a muddled mess to me and I We Sell Drugs did not get all the reasons for his changes out of the reading I adored Venomous and really liked Thunderclaw I ve re read both. We are theestroyers of worlds The scourge of the weak and the masters of creation We are as one fist one blade one almighty force We are horde Unknown Ranked Warrior of the Azteka Horde Bhyr leader of the Azteka Horde is committed to saving his species from extinction Taking the human female as a breeder is. Of those books several times I Problem Solving in Data Structures Algorithms Using C++ don t foresee re reading this one I hope the next book gives us a likeable hero and heroineIo think that this book is worth reading if you liked Venomous and Thunderclaw Again with this series it s another long winded book without realistic behaviors andor growth One of my biggest pet peeves in a book is when a book attempts to show some Literature of Africa dark or uncaring character morph into someone redeemable and it totally misses the mark Is this how some people really think behavior thoughts characteristics form and change Its fiction its kink and fantasy for some but the reactions or lack there of I should say for the h and in general are beyond believable But if submersing yourself in the realm of heroine torture is your jam then youo you reader babes Taking just some basic psychology courses even might help these Women and Sustainable Agriculture: Interviews With 14 Agents of Change dark and rape fantasy writers paint at least a semi realistic approach in their characters At least this author actually tossed on a warning this time for those who would be possibly triggered That is commendable because so many seem to want to hide thoseetails It Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature does have se xu al assault forced intimacy captive kidnap style cruel no love violent elements The price I think is just WAY TOO HIGH for an ebook I think this should absolutely be on KU so people who are curious could try it without getting buyers remorse And out of that hard earned money when they realize theepth of Rebuilding depravity isn t for them and that the reactions aren t believable Neither character comes off as likable The H Bhyr is another alien male who only sees the h as aispensable female after Using Her For His her for his needs and to produce an heir The h Indira thinks she s going to fight back and winteach him a lesson But it s just another whiny portrayal of a heroine where she s been treated horribly but still ends up overlooking all of that because she s now in love with the big jerk of an H So all is forgiven and the H gets what he wants at the sacrifice of the h s Intro to Alien Invasion dignity and self respect This book was just brutal and extremely violent Iidn t even recognize the author Honestly it felt like I was reading A R Lee Smith Book R Lee Smith book an P Fletcher bookThis book made me so uncomfortable and outraged that I actually had to stop reading for a week before coming backIndira a chatterbox character that I can t like in any way The things she says and Therapy of Love does to justify being with Bhyr is amazingly painful to read She s the total opposite to Lumen in every way that counts The only good things about her are her resilience and that s she s a minority All I ll say is that their relationship is 100% f up But I still read it all so goes to show how good the writing is I couldn t take this book seriously Something was off The last chapter of ThunderClaw promised somethingark and Democratic Phoenix: Reinventing Political Activism dangerous Iidn t feel that way about Bhyr It was pretty boring the Hero was uite reasonable and smitten with the Heroine Not really an alpha male The Heroine was all over the page I hated the BFF and the other human an alpha male The Heroine was all over the page I hated the BFF and the other human and their attitudesI loved Venomous and adored ThunderClaw Hopefully the next one will be better The Magic Pussy Strikes AgainThings that made no senseAs an Aide to the PM of the UK on Earth Indira is a wiz with political intrigue and navigating the stresses of leadership adept at weighing proscons of optional paths She s intelligent and uick thinking Yet twice she withheld vital information from Bhyr in order to attend to the pressing matters of personal relationship building with him first Oh and sex And then sleep But in the morning Indie immediately laid the news on Bhyr that he had spies and a rebel camp nearby waiting to rush in for a nighttime attack at any moment like last nightthe night she slept on this news right And let s not forget like Indira Museum Activism did about thereaded feral females in that same camp right Oh waitNo None of that happened Instead this political pro waited until there was a nice gathering of other Horde around any one of them possibly a spy before she opened her mouth to spill the beans Oh and by opened her mouth I mean it was like someone had to pull her teeth to get the info out one rotten chunk at a time And the Hordethe most feared of all warriors in the known stars and probably a few suburbs pastrenowned for their unparalleled fighting agi. His Narcissistic Mothers divine right He will breed her anoint his spawn and then rid himself of the complications that come with a mate But when the time comes will he be able to strikeown the one he loves most Indira is abducted from Earth and leashed to an alien barbarian He wants one thing of her an heir Vowing to escape