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Uncaged Review: Slayer by Cyndi Friberg

Cyndi Friberg
SciFi Romance

General Malik Xett doesn’t have time for romance. His one and only concern is curtailing the power and influence of the ruthless Sarronti elite. Still, the human female working with him lingers in his mind and fuels his imagination.

Though Kara O’Leary has been attracted to Malik since they first met, she never dreamed he returned her feelings. One kiss ignites a hunger neither can deny, but the timing couldn’t be worse. Hostilities rapidly escalate and new threats are revealed. How can Malik and Kara bring freedom to the “world below” when all they can think about is each other?

Uncaged Review: The character building and world
building in this novel are top notch, and the descriptions
have this world leaping off the pages. This is the
first book in a series and the first book I’ve read by
this author and I will be looking forward to reading
more from her. This is a complete novel, and does not
end on a cliffhanger, but I still believe reading any
series in order will enhance each story. With that said,
there is a lot going on in this book, and the romance
between Kara and Malik brews perfectly. Sarronti
males are paired with human women through a mate
locator. If there are more than one mate available, the
women can choose the one they prefer. There is one
that Kara is matched to, that she declines – and he
won’t take no for an answer, until Malik steps in.

There is a lot of action going on this book, and some
of the descriptions weigh the book down a bit, but
when it comes to scifi, it’s not always an easy task to
convey the world in the author’s mind to paper and
have others believe it. This book left a lot of unanswered
questions, but I believed this story and felt
what the characters were feeling, and for me, that
makes this an easily recommended book. Reviewed
by Cyrene

4 Stars


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