Hunted (Frost Station Alpha #1) by Ruby Lionsdrake

Because you think she's pretty and like the way she shot you.

Ruby Lionsdrake
Frost Station Alpha, part one
Kindle Edition, 78 pages
Published August 7th 2015

Lieutenant Tamryn Pavlenko wants to make a name for herself in the GalCon Fleet, so naturally she requests an assignment on the infamous Frost Station Alpha, where pirate attacks are a way of life. The remote research outpost holds secrets that many are willing to kill for, and Tamryn is prepared to protect it from brigands, mobsters, and mercenaries—or whatever the galaxy throws at her.

The brochure, however, failed to mention the genetically engineered super humans who were supposed to have all been killed in a war that ended more than a century ago. It seems they’re not only alive, but they want the station. Oh, and one of them decides he wants Tamryn too.

This powerful warrior might be sexy and intriguing, but he was bred to kill, and she can’t let herself forget that he’s the enemy.

*Frost Station Alpha is a science fiction romance published in six parts.

What an action-packed, amazing start from this six part book from Lionsdrake! I knew she was great from the Mandrake Company, but it's nice to find that this author has many a good story to tell.

After one hundred-fifty years in stasis, Makkon emerges from his cryonic slumber with clear orders: Take over a specific military base controlled by the very government that created and destroyed his people, or die trying. With a small hunting team, he manages a rather successful, guns blazing attack with numerous dead bodies lying about only to be led on a wild chase through the tubes and tunnels of the station on the heels of the communications tech, Tamryn. She's intelligent, brazen, and smells so good that Makkon can't help but fall off his game and by the end of the hunt, Makk takes not one, but two wounds, from the defiant female. His brothers are in awe of her spunk. Well, except for Rebek and Makk's co-commander, Brax. They just want her dead.

I liked Makkon. Even better, I loved his men.

5 out of 5 stars.

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