Review: Alien Slave (Clans of Kalquor #5) by Tracy St. John

April 17, 2017 Review 0

Review: Alien Slave (Clans of Kalquor #5) by Tracy St. John

FROM BESTSELLING AUTHOR TRACY ST. JOHN
Book five in the Clans of Kalquor series - newly edited version.
Having escaped post-Armageddon Earth, Dani Watson is resigned to working in a brothel to pay off her contract. Then her worst nightmare arrives to buy her—a Kalquorian clan.
Dani Watson is a brothel worker on the planet Dantovon. Having escaped post-Armageddon Earth, she’s resigned to spending several years in service to pay off her contract. Her one consolation is that she avoided being captured by the Kalquorians.
When a Kalquorian clan buys her contract, Dani attempts escape. Crashing on a remote moon puts her life in jeopardy, leaving her and the clan of Gelan, Wynhod and Krijero fighting for survival in a hostile environment. Worse still, they’re being hunted by a group of brutal Tragooms who are determined to capture Dani and subject her to a fate worse than death.

Title: Alien Slave
Author: Tracy St. John
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Alien Embrace, Alien Rule, Alien Hostage, Alien Conquest
Series: Clans of Kalquor #5
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Alien Embrace, Alien Rule, Alien Hostage
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: April 18th 2017
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 302 pages
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Alien Slave is book five in the Clans of Kalquor series by Tracy St. John.  It’s been republished after a rework and re-edit by Totally Bound. Even though the series has been around for a few years, I am new to it since the republishing efforts began. Alien Slave is every bit of what I have come to expect from Tracy St. John and a book in the Clans of Kalquor series.  I loved it!

After Armageddon, women from Earth-Earthers-have been leaving Earth, willingly, to go to Kalquor or in Dani’s case, boarding slave ships and populating other planets.  They work the brothels on those planets for three to five years, in order to gain freedom.  Earth has nothing to offer. It’s a dying planet and with very little choices, people are doing what they must do to survive.

Dani’s brothel contract list shows Kalquorians as a no no. The owner of the brothel books a Clan anyway, since they paid double. She immediately doesn’t like them, but they are nice to her and they are pretty attractive too.  After a couple of nights with the Clan, her contract is bought by them. When she goes to pack, she flees instead. With her tracking collar removed, she’d be much harder to find. Seeing a former client as he’s leaving the planet, he offers to take her with him. Things go terribly wrong and the ship crashes on a nearby moon.  Dani went from the frying pan into the fire here! She’s stranded with no food or water, no computer to call for help, and no weapons. The clan tracks her only to find the moon is full of hostile Tragooms who want Dani for themselves.

I  am totally in love with the Clans of Kalquor series and Alien Slave is another solid story!  Dani is vulnerable, prone to making bad decisions, and pretty likable.  Everyone can relate to her issues. I loved all of the Clan and how they treated Dani.  They individually showed her how they felt about her, as well as, how she would fit in as part of the Clan as a whole.  She doesn’t want to feel vulnerable even though the link to the Clan feels right. The Clan think it feels right too, and each man thinks she could be their Matara-(lifebringer). But they also don’t want to be rejected, so they try to reason that they at least have her for three years. I like how each man fell in love with her quickly, to their surprise, but I also felt their struggles with how to handle their feelings. The guys are everything Dani could want, but first, they have to survive the Tragooms.

Jump on into the World of Kalquor!  The author does a great job of filling you in on past events where it may be needed, so this book can be read as a standalone.  But once you are in the knee deep in Kalquorians, you won’t want to stop here! Go back to the beginning and read Alien Embrace, book one, and settle in for amazing ride!

 

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