Dating An Alien Pop Star by Kendra L. Saunders


Aliens • Romance • Music • Royalty • YA

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Zuri’s Zargonnii Warrior (Unearthly World #2) by C.L. Scholey

* Aliens * Romance * Adventure* Space Travel *  Funny * 
 This one was just as good as the first novel in the series Bay’s Mercenary! If you want to read my thoughts on that book click here. This one I feel like was a bit more funnier than the previous one, I definitely caught myself giggling at different points throughout the book. 

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Bay’s Mercenary (Unearthly World #1) by C.L. Scholey


If you read my previous rambles, you’d know that recently I’ve been a little too obsessed with alien books. I just think it’s so interesting!

I stumbled upon this book while looking at a list on Goodreads and without even reading the summary of the book I picked it right up! I couldn’t help it, I just love these kinds of books!

This book, however, was definitely different than the other ones that I’ve read. Usually the alien males look like human males or at least very very humanoid. Sometimes they look human but have a slight difference in them. Sometimes it’s the fact that they can shape shift or their facial features were just a bit different. This book, though, these aliens didn’t look human at all. I’m not even sure how I pictured these aliens to be honest. I don’t know why but I kept thinking of a hot Yeti looking thing.

(tbh I tried to find a “hot” yeti, and believe it or not there wasn’t one)

I know, I know. That doesn’t sound appealing AT ALL. Usually when you read the book you want to lust after the main male character in it but this one doesn’t sound like it will fit that bill. I was put off at first, not really feeling the whole “battle mode” which meant the male would grow in height as well as their teeth and nails elongating. Also they kept mentioning how Bay (the human woman) didn’t have wrinkles so they didn’t understand how she could grow so that led me to believe the males had wrinkles all over them which allowed their skin to grow.

I would be lying if this imagine didn’t keep popping up in my head when they mentioned they had wrinkles. I’m not sure why but I was just hoping it didn’t look anything like this lmao!

To be honest I kind of would forget the details of what the men looked like and when I read just thought of them as hot tall men. I really enjoy this story though. The men got SUPER adorable at the end *sigh* so adorbs.

I wish this book was longer though. I feel like the author could’ve gone more in depth on the journey Bay was on when things went horribly bad and she was kidnapped. I really wanted to learn more about that and how she ended up in the position she was in. Even though I felt like the author could have gone more in depth on some parts of the story I didn’t feel like things were super rushed.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book and if you are into alien-human books like me I feel like you’d really like this book too! I’m excited to see where this series leads because I feel like there’s so many cool directions this series could go into! I haven’t checked but I feel like this author could make a spin-off series with the Castians (Honestly I forgot how to spell that alien race and I’m too far away from book to check but if you read the series or are interested in reading the series you’ll know which race I’m talking about)

*** Just a little side note! I’ve decided to stop putting the summary’s of the books on my reviews because honestly I don’t even read the summary’s for books. I kind of read the first line or so and usually just grab it and read it. I’ve come to realize that blurbs of books tell way too much and it’s been getting so annoying lately (hence why I stopped reading them). Who wants to read a book when they basically know all what happens in it because the book blurb told you basically everything already? That’s why I’m only giving a couple of “hints” you could say, so you can get the gist of what the book will be about!


Dragon Lords of Valdier (Books 1-4) by S.E. Smith

Lately I’ve really gotten into alien books where human women are taken from Earth to live on another planet. It’s so much fun to read about a whole new universe and creatures. This is the second series I’ve read where a group of girls are taken at the same time and each book does this rewind thing and I’m not sure how much I like it.

If you aren’t sure what I’m talking about, (which I wouldn’t be surprised if you didn’t because I’m super vague) basically what I’m referring to is when a group of women are taken or arrive on the foreign planet all at the same time. The first book follows one women through different events that sometimes include the other girls. The second book rewinds to the arrival of all the girls (sometimes a little before to tell how she came about to be in that situation) but this time from a different girls point of view and it continues. Most of the time the “big events” the reader already knows either what’s going to happen or what happens after because of the previous books. The third book, you guessed it, rewinds again to the arrival to tell the story through another woman’s eyes.

I’ve only read up to half of the fourth book of this series (I believe there are 7?) and I like the women in these series because they are all very likable and badass and trust me when I say I don’t even know where to begin when it comes to the males in this book. SMOKING HOT! Let’s just say I envy the girls in this series.

Basically, these 5 women are taken from Earth (1 not so much taken but you’ll see) and aren’t too happy about their new living arrangements. After traveling through space for 2 weeks they arrive on Valdier, a planet that over the centuries have had a significant decline in female births. Each woman has a crazy past and their own unique personality.

I feel like I would’ve really really loved this series if it didn’t keep rewinding, because I feel like nothing major happens without it being revealed in a previous book (because it all follows the same timeline). However, don’t let that deter you from reading this series because there are things you find out about each individual woman that the other books don’t. Also, each male I would say are all different from one another too which kept things interesting.

If you have already read this series and have loved it then I suggest reading the Dragon Lords by Michelle M. Pillow. Didn’t realize until now that they basically have the same title lol! This one is a bit different because the women aren’t taken they actually signed up to become brides since this planet basically has no female births. I really liked this series but it has the similar layout of the Dragon Lords of Valdier with the whole rewind thing.