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Zaron is on Earth to facilitate the Krinar invasion - and to forget the terrible tragedy that ripped apart his life. Yet when he finds the broken body of a human girl, everything changes. For the first time in years, he feels something more than rage and grief, and Emily is the reason for that. Letting her go would compromise his mission, but keeping her could destroy him all over again.
This is a full-length, standalone romance that takes place approximately five years before The Krinar Chronicles trilogy. You do not have to have listened to that trilogy to enjoy this book.
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By Christine on 10-19-16
Emily and Zaron
This story was feakin' awesome! I loved that we get to see what happened before K day before Korum and Mia met. It was really cool to get to see a new Krinar Zaron and that Korum makes an appearance. I found it hilarious that Korum doesn't understand Zaron's want to have Emily as a Charl and yet we the reader know that he will eventually take Mia as his Charl so that's really fun. The connection between Zaron and Emily is freakin' hot! They are just meant to be together. The book ends with them leaving for Krina. I hope there might be a book in the future about one of the couples lives on the Krinar home planet.
Roberto Scarlato does a wonderful job bringing the characters to life. I really enjoyed his narration.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Dani_G3 on 10-25-16
What made the experience of listening to The Krinar Captive the most enjoyable?
I received an ARC for an honest review. I'm a huge Anna Zaires fan so when I heard there were ARCs available I jumped on the opportunity.
What did you like best about this story?
Tbh when I hear "Alien" I'm like oh goodness I'm not sure about this. Let me tell you The Krinar Captive was Amazing!
Which character – as performed by Roberto Scarlato – was your favorite?
I fell in love with the characters, Zaron & Emily were awesome.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
This book is great from beginning to end, one of my top books of the year.
Any additional comments?
Definitely a great read....
4 of 4 people found this review helpful