Review: Alien Lord’s Captive (Warriors of the Lathar #1) by Mina Carter

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Warriors of the Lathar #1
Mina Carter
Science Fiction Romance - Aliens
August 31, 2015


Earth girls might be popular...but they're definitely not easy.

Sergeant Cat Moore has a little problem. Well, actually a big problem... When her base is attacked and boarded by an alien war group, she finds herself in the sights of their leader, Tarrick, a Latharian war-commander. Their captors might be ripped, hot warriors looking for that one special woman, but the women of Sentinel Five have this little thing against being slaves. Even if their leader is well on his way to stealing Cat's heart as well as her body... Because her sexy alien has a thing about making sure her every need is met and has some very inventive ways of doing so. Until she gives him a bad case of mating marks around his wrist, and all bets are off.

Why? Because her sexy alien lover left one thing out when he introduced himself… Like the fact he’s a freaking alien prince…

The strong, not so silent, and ruthless type, Tarrick's duty as a war commander means little time for himself. With no women of their own, a base full of human women is a bounty he can't ignore. Nor can he ignore the little human whose voice called out to him across the galaxy, a woman he'll stop at nothing to make his own.

Then a new player enters the arena. A dangerous rival challenges the K'Vass claim on Terran space and all it's women. Tarrick K'Vass can't afford to let any of the earth women be captured, especially not his little human, Cat. When she’s is taken, he'll do anything to rescue her. Up to and including starting an intergalactic war...

**Contains three previously released serial novellas: Captured by the Alien Lord, Saved by the Alien Lord, and Bonded to the Alien Lord. If you have already purchased these novellas, please do not purchase this book.**


[su_quote cite=”94% Alien Lord’s Captive”]“I love you, little Moore Cat, and without you I am nothing. I could not go on. I need you.” [/su_quote]

Alien Lord’s Captive is book one in the Warriors of the Lathar series by Mina Carter.

It’s a descent start to the Warriors of the Lathar series. It’s a quick read and the romance moves fast. The Lathar are all Alpha sexy warrior aliens. Their race has lost its females and are in need of the opposite sex. 

Our heroine didn’t cower. She took the best option with the chooses presented to her. The human women showed these Lathar males that they are capable, strong, and warriors in their own right. 

The romance is quick and you feel the heat between our leads. The sexy times where enjoyable. Not much world building in this first book, but I have hope that we will get more. We are also treated to a little drama in that some of the Lathar are purists. 

All and all I enjoyed Alien Lord’s Captive. 

Rated: 3 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

4 comments on “Review: Alien Lord’s Captive (Warriors of the Lathar #1) by Mina Carter

  1. Ha, I do love the alien alphas seeking females story line. Glad the gals didn’t make it easy on them.

    • That’s one of the things I like in this series. The women don’t make it easy. I also like learning about the Lathar and it’s world. Thank’s for visiting!

  2. hmmm, not much world building. most of the time i find a lot of world building in the first book of the series. did the author concentrate more on introducing the characters??
    sherry @ fundinmental

    • This was a while ago in reading. It was more on the quick romance and the women showing the men that they are Warriors too, that they won’t role over and be breeders, but partners. It takes place on a space ship. We do get more world building in the next book and learn more about the Lathar. It’s Sci-Fi. The series got better and I had fun just going into space and seeing the women put these men to the test and show how capable they are. Hope this helps and answers your question. ^_^