Stowaway starts with Thalia escaping from captivity on earth by stowing away on a spaceship that will take her to Alpha, where she hopes she will find her own bondmates.
Thalia is a strong female lead, who has no problem with working to make things happen. She fashions her own escape, stands up for herself, and goes after Lox when he decides for her that she deserves better. Lox and Korsik are anomalies to the warriors of Alpha, as Korsik was injured and Lox stands by him. This classes them as cowards to the majority of the Alphans. Thalia isn't about to let someone else dictate to her though, not after all she has been through, and takes matters into her own hands.
Although this is a novella, you get a complete story. It is also the first book in the series that I have read - yes, I know it's book 13. At least I arrived at the party, no matter how late! I would prefer to know more about the characters and places than what you get in this book, but I have an excuse now for reading the back catalogue. If you're not bothered by any perceived lack of information, then this would definitely work as a standalone.
Well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow that I found, Stowaway has a wealth of emotion to it. With detailed and sensual scenes between both our two main males and all three of them, there is definitely something here for everyone. Without a doubt, recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
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