Review: Captured for the Alien Bride Lottery (Khanavai Warrior Bride Games #2) by Margo Bond Collins

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Khanavai Warrior Bride Games, #2
Margo Bond Collins
Science Fiction Romance
Dangerous Words Publishing
October 31, 2020
Kindle Unlimited


I refused to be in the Bride Lottery—so now I’m a runaway bride.

Somehow, I knew my name was going to be drawn in the Bride Lottery—the hellish agreement that Earth’s leaders had made to sell us to the aliens who protected our planet.

I’d grown up with the propaganda. It was our civic duty. Men registered for the draft, women registered for the Bride Lottery.

No way in hell was I going to be handed over to some giant man to be brutalized into bearing his children.

Instead, I cut out my bio-tracker and walked away from everything.

I should have realized they’d send one of those hulking, brightly colored aliens to track me down and bring me back.

Never did I expect that he’d be devastatingly attractive. Or that we’d have to go on the run from the evil Horde trying to destroy both our planets.

Now that we’re together, can I ever run away again?

And could he really hand me over to the Bride Games to be taken by another warrior?

Because I think I might be falling in love…

Fans of Grace Goodwin, Evangeline Anderson, and Ruby Dixon will love this steamy new series featuring gorgeous, bright alien heroes and the sassy human women they choose as mates!

Every book in the Khanavai Warrior Bride Games series is a standalone romance. Join these brides as they find a whole new world of happily ever afters


Captured for the Alien Bride Lottery is book two in the Khanavai Warrior Bride Games by Margo Bond Collins.

It’s better than the first. I enjoyed the fast-paced action and adventure. Amelia doesn’t want to become a bride or baby making machine, so she goes on the run. Zont see’s his friend find his bride at the games and it makes he want to settle down, so when he sees the news about a runaway bride he’s ready for the chase.

All and all its an ok read! I’m not fan of this series and I gave it a good go, but won’t be reading on. If the blurb intrigues you, I urge you to give it a shot. Just because it did not work for me does not mean it won’t for you.

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.

6 comments on “Review: Captured for the Alien Bride Lottery (Khanavai Warrior Bride Games #2) by Margo Bond Collins

  1. You gave it a go. 🙂 Hope the next read turns out better.
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    • I’m done with this series, but will read this author again. Thanks for visiting!

  2. Sounds like a pretty good book for me to read, thanks for sharing it with me!

    • Hope you enjoy. Thanks for visiting and happy reading!

  3. I’ve read several books along this same line (captured by alien romance). They can be hit or miss. Sorry this one didn’t work for you.
    Melanie (@AudiobookMel) recently posted… Pieces of Her by Karin SlaughterMy Profile

    • I’m with you on these types of books being hit or miss. I wanted to enjoy; because I like Margo Bond Collins, but the Khanavai Warrior Bride Games just didn’t work for me. Not my cup of tea, but it might work for others. Thanks for visiting and checking out my review.