Title: Claiming Her Warriors
Two brothers want to possess her…
After her planet was destroyed, Brianna was rescued by two fierce and desperately gorgeous warrior brothers. Aeron and Hauk. They want to keep her, protect her, mate her. But what the brothers wanted from her was too much to handle. Settling into a new culture was hard enough without dealing with the custom that dictates she mate with two males. So she pushed them away.
They’ll do anything to protect her…
An attack sends Brianna back into the arms of the sexy brothers. Now they'll do whatever it takes to win her over. But can Brianna go against the conventions of her human nature and accept both warriors as her mates? It might not matter because someone is out for blood and it’s up to Aeron and Hauk to defend her against a deadly enemy.
Author: Savannah Stuart
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Claiming His Mate, Tempting His Mate , Tempting Trouble , Saving His Mate
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Heated Mating
Published by Self Source: Author
Published: July 29, 2013
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Menage
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Claiming Her Warriors is a super sexy futuristic sci fi set in the year 2236 on the planet Lumineta. Brianna and other human women were rescued from the dying Earth by the Luminet warriors. It’s a win win for both races. Lumineta has a shortage of females and the human women get to survive and thrive on a new planet with some very sexy males that are compassionate and caring and looking for mates.
Brianna grabbed the attention of Aeron from the moment they met. They are equally attracted to each other. Brianna human aversion to having two men is the only thing keeping them apart. She knows that this is a normal occurrence on her new home planet. She knows that it is not frowned upon and it is openly accepted. She just has no clue what to do with one Luminet warrior, much less two.
Aeron and Hauk know exactly what they want from Brianna. They’ve rescued her, watched her acclimate to a new life, and now they want her to be their mate. They have tried to give her time to come to terms with having both of them in her life romantically. When Brianna is attacked they see no other but to protect what is theirs at all costs. Hauk and Aeron have no problem using the situation to keep her close to them so they can show that what they want from her will work and they will all be happy.
It is just impossible not to love Hauk and Aeron. They are sexy alpha males doing anything and everything to get their female to see them for what they are, her mates. Brianna knows she wants them, she just is used to doing romance and relationships a little differently.
This book is set in the same world as Heated Mating and can be easily read as a stand-alone.
Meet Author Savannah Stuart:
Savannah Stuart is the pseudonym of USA Today Bestselling author Katie Reus. She has been reading romance for as long as she can remember. When she discovered erotic romance, she knew she’d found her niche. Her stories often have a touch of intrigue, suspense, or the paranormal, but the one thing she always includes is a happy ever after. She currently lives in the South with her very own real life hero. In addition to writing (and reading of course!) she loves traveling with her husband.
Claiming Her Warriors
Copyright © Savannah Stuart 2013
When she met his gaze, Aeron was watching her with barely concealed lust. Like always—ever since they’d met. Burying what that evoked inside her, Brianna hurried to the side of the bed and perched on the mattress.
“Saroya left a message that you were injured, but didn’t give me any details. What happened?” Unable to stop herself, her eyes roved over his chest and arms again. Other than the white bandage covering whatever had happened to him, he looked good enough to eat.
“It was just a training exercise. No big deal.” His deeply spoken words drew her eyes back up to his face. He watched her intently and all she could think about was their last time together. It had been one moon cycle ago but the way he was looking at her now made her feel like it had happened yesterday.
He’d made her come first with his hands, then his mouth, then… She couldn’t even think about that day. As she felt warmth spreading up her neck and cheeks she cursed her fair coloring. Thanks to being a redhead she was cursed with showing all her emotions.
“I’m glad you came to see me though,” he murmured, that deep voice rolling over her like liquid sin. “I’ve missed you.” The words seemed to be torn from him, as if admitting that was difficult.
She swallowed hard. “I’ve missed you too.” One moon cycle wasn’t that long, but it had sure felt like it. And after receiving that call from Saroya she realized that whatever issues she had with Lumineta’s custom of male-female-male joining, she had to get over it if she wanted to be with Aeron. If she had to mate with his brother too, well, they would make it work.
When Brianna heard he’d been injured, her entire world had tilted on its axis. She didn’t want to live without Aeron.
He appeared surprised by her words, but he moved lightning fast as he grabbed her hips and pulled her over his lap so that she was straddling his waist. “How much did you miss me?” The wicked tone she recognized was there along with his impressive erection pressing against the juncture of her thighs. Her nipples tightened and her inner walls clenched in anticipation of what she knew he could do to her body. Too bad they had so much clothing in the way.
With the intention of moving off him, she placed her hands on his chest. He’d been injured and she didn’t want to make it worse. All that power thrumming under her fingers made her shiver and instead of pushing, she curled her fingers against him. “You’re hurt and—”
“And you can make me feel better.” She wasn’t sure why it happened every time he spoke in that low tone, but it was like his words just wrapped around her, making her entire body tingle in awareness.
“I don’t think you’re hurt at all,” she muttered, but didn’t make an attempt to move off him.