- By Nia K. Foxx

Claimed: Unchartered Territory

  • Title: Claimed: Unchartered Territory
  • Author: Nia K. Foxx
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Claimed Unchartered Territory As an orphan astronaut Dallas Mann learned the value of self reliance and preservation at an early age As an adult she s determined to live her life on her own terms just as soon as she can get fro

    As an orphan, astronaut, Dallas Mann learned the value of self reliance and preservation at an early age As an adult she s determined to live her life on her own terms, just as soon as she can get from under the pesky Orphanage contract Only one mission stood between her and freedom What she isn t prepared for is being lost, light years from home and claimed.

    1 thought on “Claimed: Unchartered Territory

    1. This book had a promising start but a very disappointing middle and ending. The decent sci-fi premise with a worm hole to another system dissolved into tired tropes related to fated mates and alien men outnumbering their women. And these tired tropes have been done much better. Plus, the poor grammar and incorrect word usage was overwhelming. Please author, hire yourself a proofreader.2.5 starsBook source: Kindle Unlimited

    2. I liked the story line but I needed more details. The heroine for being smart didn't meet my expectations in what she did with her time on an alien planet. Then the sex turned into BDSM and I liked this book even less. The frequent typos were distracting and easy to fix without an editor. It was surprising that while there is graphic sex the f-word is changed to frack.Not something I'm going to read again.

    3. I actually really enjoyed this story a lot! I liked the intelligence of the heroine as well as her general kicka** personality. Dallas was a strong female character and I dug that about her. I also like the hero a lot and I liked that even though he came from a more "male dominated" culture on his planet he wasn't grossly alpha. I also enjoyed the fact that this story had an interesting plot line. I haven't read too many "alien" romances, but the few that I have had generally had a similar story [...]

    4. So glad Nia has written another book. Really liked this story, though its been done before, it still works.Human woman astronaut, Dallas, falls through wormhole to another planet which has advanced technology but 5 men to every woman. So it feels much more medieval than futuristic. Their leader Remar, has been dreaming of Dallas but thought it fanciful as no E'rther women were on the planet, though they'd been getting probes through the wormhole for a very long time. They loved the probes and al [...]

    5. Very good sci-fi romanceI enjoyed reading this book. At first I thought that story was slow. I kept putting it down to do other things. LolBut I would always come back to it.

    6. No regretsI wasn't sure what to expect from this author as she goes up and down but I totally enjoyed this book.

    7. This was a quite enjoyable first book by tis author for me. Ms. Foxx did a great job of world building. Dallas is an astronaut on her last mission which will pay back the enitity who educated after being abandoned by her mother to an orphanage. She is captured by a worm hole and brought to another part of space which has been receiving Earth objects for some time. This is the first time that anything alive has come thru. They even received Scooby Doo cartoons. This is a "Mars Needs Women" trope [...]

    8. Overall average book with unique storylineI have read a lot paranormal and sci-fi romance books and they all have a tendency to follow a general format within a overall given framework (e.g. girl abducted by alien, virus wipes out all alien females need earth females, etc). This one however was unique enough that it kept my interest piqued to warrant a better than average rating of four. Overall I found the story build decent, not outstanding. The grammar and language within reason, errors prese [...]

    9. Dallas gets sent through a wormhole and transported to another galaxy. There she meets Remar a high commander who she's been having dreams about recently and he's been dreaming of her too. In order for Remar to bond with Dallas he has to participate in a claim challenge against many others and of course he wins. After that Dallas and Remar become bond mates and now all they have to deal with is their culture differences or maybe not. Dallas is kidnapped by a another high commander and Remar goes [...]

    10. I HATE female leads like this one. "No, this isn't what I want. But I guess is you speak in a really manly tone I'll stop being mad and just go with it." Damn, girl. Grow a back bone. If you mean the word no, then freaking back it up with a kick to the groin or a slap to the face. Don't just cave at the first glare from the man. Hell, stand up for yourself.I swear my blood pressure is through the roof and I'm only 1/4 of the way through it. I think I may have a stroke if I try to finish it.

    11. This is the most annoying type of alien book. It's the kind where as soon as the woman is dropped into this unknown world, she's immediately implanted with a translator and every communication issue is magically solved. Basically, this takes away any unique interactions that could happen in this new alien world because they all manage to communicate better than if I--not being Chinese--went to China. Ugh! It's such a cop out on the author's part. Completely unoriginal.

    12. I loved this book, very science fiction with a heavy dose of romance. Unique and sexy this book was original. Our MC Dallas is an orphan astronaut out on a space mission when everything goes to hell. Dallas is smart and efficient, a confident woman who has ae you ready for this? A brain! Yes, and I loved the interaction between her and her man. The man she didn't know she belonged too. I will read more from this author in the future.

    13. 3 1/2 stars. Good story full of destined love, betrayal, kidnapping and adventure. I really enjoyed the interaction between Dallas and Remar and their evolution as a couple. My one qualm with the story were the syntax and grammatical errors - a good proofreader could have fixed the problems quickly. Is this the beginning of a series?

    14. Wow! FANTASTIC!I loved this story. I enjoyed it immensely. The characters, the plot and of course the thrill of being on a new World. I love Alien Worlds and especially Alien Romances.Wondering if there will be a follow up ( another book ) to this story? I do hope so. Would love to hear more about Remar and Dallas.

    15. Five starsThis is the very first book I have read by Nia K Foxx and I must say hot-damn! This book was great! The characters developed perfectly, the events were eye catching, and this book held my attention all the way through. I am most definitely going to keep this author on my radar. Love this book

    16. Good!Once more you have your alien romance , but now is the girl who is the alien. Female stranded in an alien planet with no way to get back home .She has to try to make a new life with strong ,g alpha male. I love the characters .

    17. Fast movingThis was a great fast moving novel. No drawn out lag to get into the story. The h/h are really well written. The science is interesting. I'm looking forward to reading more by this author.

    18. Linda ChristianiI'm so glad you came back and by the enjoyment I had by reading this book it's like you never left so love the idea of soul connections love in its highest form keep them coming can't wait for your next take on true love!

    19. I found this book lacking in regards to me wanting to connect to the characters and be involved in the story. The plot is good even though you have probably read it before but it was the execution of the story that left me not wanting to finish it

    20. Really entertainingVery entertaining way to spend a lazy afternoon. The author wrote interesting characters and developed an alien world with just a little intrigue. I enjoyed this story.

    21. EnjoyableFirst off, I am glad Nia's back. Nia you have done it again. I definitely enjoyed the characters in this book. Of course the heroine was strong, stubborn and held her own against her mate. I will definitely recommend this book. Welcome back Nia.

    22. Four stars Enjoyable read strong intelligent female lead. Male lead is predictably alpha male. Storyline is good wish there it was longer

    23. Four starsThis book was great heroine was not a push over, a lil twist I did not see coming and a happy ending. The author writes good stories

    24. Nice readGood story and good story telling. It kept my interest throughout the book. I would recommend it and will seek out more of her books

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