Title: Coto's Captive
Lynn is tracking a dangerous, wounded animal, which turns out to be a big, sexy alien instead. And he’s the hottest guy she’s ever met.
Coto’s trip to Earth takes a dangerous turn. He is attacked and injured. The only high point is the courageous woman who tends his wounds. Coto desires her and he will never let her go.
Author: Laurann Dohner
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Moon, Lacey and Lethal, True, Haunting Blackie
Series: Zorn Warriors
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Ral's Woman, Kidnapping Casey
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: April 26, 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance, Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Sci Fi Romance
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It’s been a little over four years since I enjoyed one of Dohner’s super sexy Zorn Warrior books. I recently started going through old reviews of books that had been republished and this is one of the series that I revamped. In that I discovered there was a story that I hadn’t read. I purchased Coto’s Captive and read it soon after.
Lynn is an animal control officer that is simply doing her job of answering a call about some dogs that have been killed in a rather violent manner. She quickly notices that something large, vicious, and definitely predatory is on the loose in the woods. She begins tracking it and discovers what she believes to be an injured man. She can tell by the wounds that this man was attacked by the dead dogs.
The mission is simple. Find his leaders son and prevent the Collis from kidnapping any more human women to take off planet to sell. Wounded and bleeding from a dog attack Coto is now left trying to convince a human woman that he’s not different while having a man measuring contest with one of his soldiers that has started posturing for a higher position. Earth is not a place that Coto is enjoying. The woman on the other hand just happens to be the perfect souvenir that he wants to take home with him.
There’s not a whole lot to say about Coto’s Captive. It’s short and hot. A reader could probably read it as a stand-alone without being lost or confused. This installment in the series takes place on Earth. Some of the previous characters are mentioned but they do not have a role here.