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Wedded to the Warriors (Captive Brides Book 1) Kindle Edition
As an unauthorized third child, nineteen-year-old Aimee Harrington has spent her life avoiding discovery by government authorities, but her world comes crashing down around her after she is caught stealing a vehicle in an act of petulant rebellion. Within hours of her arrest, she is escorted onto a ship bound for a detention center in the far reaches of the solar system.
This facility is no ordinary prison, however. It is a training center for future brides, and once Aimee has been properly prepared, she will be intimately, shamefully examined and then sold to an alien male in need of a mate. Worse still, Aimee's defiant attitude quickly earns her the wrath of the strict warden, and to make an example of her, Aimee is offered as a wife not to a sophisticated gentleman but to three huge, fiercely dominant warriors of the planet Ollorin.
Though Ollorin males are considered savages on Earth, Aimee soon realizes that while her new mates will demand her obedience and will not hesitate to spank her soundly if her behavior warrants it, they will also cherish and protect her in a way she has never experienced before. But when the time comes for her men to master her completely, will she find herself begging for more as her beautiful body is claimed hard and thoroughly by all three of them at once?
Publisher's Note: Wedded to the Warriors is a stand-alone novel which is the first book in the Captive Brides series. It includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book. Also note that this book was previously published under the title Claimed by the Savages.
- ASIN : B01NC2FVJG
- Publisher : Stormy Night Publications (3 February 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 343 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 175 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 106,146 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In the year 2250, Earth's become so overpopulated that hundreds of natural species of every kind are facing extinction because the human population just can't be controlled. As a result, the United Nations passes a law limiting family size to four people. No couple is allowed to have and raise more than two children. In rare cases, a third child is allowed but that child has to be given to an adoptive family who can't have children of their own. The law is very strict and very clear. No third children are allowed to families who already have two. But as with all laws, people find ways around it. Some do it intentionally. Others are simply accidents. But they all had one thing in common. They aren't willing to give up their third child.
Aimee Harrington is the third child of a very wealthy family, and she's a spoiled brat. She's always been given everything she wants, except the one thing she can never have...her freedom. She has to be kept indoors. Her "room" is hidden away deep inside the family's mansion, but she has every luxury money can buy. That's not enough for Aimee. She's also the most rebellious and defiant child in the family. She deliberately takes unnecessary risks, leaving the house late at night to meet up with other third children of wealthy families. They take huge chances, never believing there's any chance they'll be caught.
One night, in a fit of pique after her father again denies her demand for a car, Aimee sneaks out and makes her way to a dealership owned by friend's father. Aimee feels triumphant when she drives the new vehicle off the lot. But, just as she's pulling into her parents' driveway in the newly-stolen car, she's surrounded by the police. Despite her family's extreme wealth, Aimee's committed a felony. Worse yet, DNA testing proves her to be an unapproved third child. The law is clear. Aimee's removed from her family and, the next day, she finds herself on a spaceship with several others, hurtling toward the detainment center orbiting within the rings of Saturn. On arrival, Aimee soon discovers she's not been taken to the Saturn center. Oh no! This is far worse! This facility is located at the far edge of the solar system, just outside Pluto. The purpose of this station is far different than the Saturn center. The detainees are to be trained, and sold to aliens needing wives. And a very rebellious and defiant Aimee is about to find out that she's just met her match in Warden Taylor, the woman who runs the facility with an iron fist
Aimee soon finds there are very specific rules, and breaking those rules comes with swift and unyielding punishment, something Aimee's never experienced before. But she remains as defiant and rebellious as ever. She and her close-knit group of friends are every bit as reckless and defiant as she. And they're determined to find a way back to Earth by causing trouble and chaos. But soon one of Aimee's plans goes sideways, and she's in serious trouble with Warden Taylor. No big deal, right? She's been there before. Only this time, Warden Taylor's had enough. Aimee's soon sold as a bride to a group of warriors from Ollorin, a far-off, very isolated, and mysterious planet. No one in the Intergalactic Federation knows much about the planet or the people who live there, but there are all kinds of rumors, none of them good. Aimee's terrified as she meets the man who has just purchased her to be his wife. When she learns that there are two more husbands waiting for her, she's more than apprehensive. With all the hearsay, rumors, innuendoes, and just plain gossip circulating throughout the Federation, she's terrified of what awaits her on Ollorin.
From here, Ms. Fields takes us on a delightful journey of sci-fi adventure and romance. The warriors who've purchased Aimee, Tobias, Cole, and Luke, are leading members of the Ollorin military, and the adventures have only just begun. Aimee's introduction to life on Ollorin is rocky, to say the least. While her three men are devoted to her and want to make her happy in every way, they're also strict disciplinarians. Aimee's already proven her rebelliousness and defiance. What happens when a small and extremely fractious Earth female comes toe-to-toe with three large and overwhelmingly dominant Ollorin warriors clash? Who will win out in the end? Aimee might be small but she's devious, clever, and determined. She will stop at nothing to escape and try to return to Earth. And there are hidden dangers of which Aimee has no knowledge, dangers that could claim her life and destroy her warriors as well. Will Aimee learn to control her defiance and anger? Can she escape from three Ollorin warriors and find a way back to Earth? If so, where will she go? She's still an unapproved third child. And what of those dangers? Aimee, Tobias, Cole, and Luke are all in far more danger than any of them realize.
One final note. This is an ADULT book. It contains explicit language and sexual ménage a trois scenes. If you don't enjoy sci-fi/action adventures with erotic romance and explicit sexual scenes, PLEASE think carefully before buying a book you won't enjoy. There are always synopses and reviews available on Goodreads, Facebook review pages, and every booksellers' website. Please use these resources so you're certain the book you're buying is one you want to read. PLEASE DON'T LEAVE A BAD REVIEW WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY THE BOOK. IT'S NOT FAIR TO THE AUTHOR! She works extremely hard to provide quality work. If you know you'll object to the subject matter before you buy a book, you're doing yourself and the author an extreme disservice.
Sara Fields has written a deliciously amazing story combining futuristic elements of sci-fi, space travel, military action, and erotic romance. It's a unique combination that she has mastered very well. I was truly captivated by this story, and am so looking forward to the next book in the series. I give Wedded to the Warriors my best recommendation.
Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!
…but without most the key parts to make it sci-fi.
-conviction/punishment without trial
-non-consensual spanking by people with authority over your situation
-money exchanging hands… for People.
-“positive punishment” discipline
-gun (ish) violence
I have Absolutely missed stuff.
Mostly because… this book is strange. It needs a full overhaul with an eagle-eyed editor, at the very least. It’s inconsistent in so, so many ways.
Anyhow. How does it measure up to my usual goalposts?
Characters of Colour?
None, my friends.
Not even the whisper of an explicitly WHITE character, you’re just meant to assume they’re all white.
There’s no literal characters of colour, either. The defining characteristic of the “aliens” in this world?
Tall. 7’-8’ (+/- 2-2.5m).
Oh, and they’re underproducing females, so they’re looking beyond their own population for compatible partners.
They’re part-cyborg, part “Ollorian”.
How did these villains come to be part-cyborg?
They were injured while in the military. It even goes into how these folx “changed” & “something wasn’t quite right” with them after they became Disabled.
It’s really clear ableist language, on top of the racist (assumption of whiteness, lack of diversity) & eugenic undertones that were already there.
Really? You’re this far through & still held some hope?
Oh, no no no.
Everyone is so painfully straight, heterosexual, cis-gendered, & allosexual (someone who is not asexual).
…actually, arguably, they might be aromantic. Sex, punishment, & the occasional bit of grooming are the only indicators of affection. It’s absolutely meant to be assumed that everyone is romantic, but there’s the tiniest little bit of wiggle room.
Worth my time?
This was a frustrating 4 hour read time for me. I’m sorry, the author has the beginnings of good ideas, but no.
Not this one.
It is driven by the POV from the asinine, “poor little (sheltered, manipulative, deeply selfish) rich girl”, with the occasional chapter from one of the three men who tie themselves to her (This was after money changed hands for her to be released to these men).
This MC is deeply flawed, but her only growth seems to be coming to the understanding that the people who have tied themselves to her are going to spank her when she messes up.
The 3 love interests are... Utterly 2D.
Hell, their house, customs, food, & dress are all basically the same as Earth. They aren’t compelling, because there’s nothing there.
To edit & rework it, I could be talked into re-reading this.
That’s the only appeal.
I cannot, in good conscience, recommend this book. This book had been sitting on my wishlist for /so long/ & I was so excited to finally read it.
I’m scared that especially BIPOC or Disabled folx who read this will be harmed by doing so, whereas my whiteness means I am distinctly less affected by the bigotry that ended up woven into this story.
I hate being so negative, so scathing. My inbox is open, Sara Fields, if you wish to discuss editing this story.
Likewise, if anyone wants me to explain what bigotry turns up, where, & how that’s not great, hit me up.