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Alien Captain's Claimed Bride

4.10  ·  Rating details ·  188 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Being the only female on a ship full of hot dragon warriors would be a dream come true for most women.


If it weren’t for all the wounded pouring into her med-center, Stacy might enjoy the novelty of being surrounded by so many admiring dragon males. Even a heads up when a battle was brewing would help. However their taciturn captain left much to be desired when it ca
Kindle Edition, 217 pages
Published November 13th 2018
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Emily Pennington
Nov 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
Captain Meric was happy to be in command again, patrolling the shipping lanes in their territory. He had come from a very brutal background, being a breeder for the parasite-driven female Draconians who thrived on inflicting physical and emotional pain. Queen Stonara had almost broken him. When she was overthrown, rather than killing her outright, the warriors had abandoned her on a primitive planet with no technology and no way to leave.

Meric’s ship picked up a fight between two ships. Investig
Melanie S
Nov 19, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018, alien, romance, sci-fi
Great plot, cardboard characters

Juno Wells has written some of my favorite alien SF romance, but this book isn't one of them. The plot is classic Juno Wells: spicy romance between hunky alien heroes and Earth women who rock their worlds, with a little action, a little danger, and just a smidgeon of angst. This time around, however, the characters are flat and lacking in personality. Can't see what's so attractive about either one, other than looks, and I certainly didn't feel the chemistry. Wors
Nov 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great continuation to the series. I enjoyed learning more about Stacy after she was free from captivity. I also like seeing reversed gender roles, a alien race where the males can give birth. If only that could happen in real life. Overall a enjoyable and entertaining read with plenty of action, intrigue, and of course steamy romance to keep you hooked from beginning to end. Looking forward to seeing what else is in store for this series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no monetary compen ...more
Dec 08, 2018 rated it liked it
The story line was interesting. The main characters were likable. The universe-building was pretty good. The editing was so bad it interfered with the story. There were a lot of missing words (particularly "not"), to the point that you'd reread a paragraph over and over trying to determine what exactly the author meant as the first half would be negative and the second half would be positive... on the same issue. If you can handle major editing problems, it's an otherwise good book.
Carol L
Nov 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good Read

I enjoyed learning more about Stacy after she was freed from captivity in book one. Now a healer on the Raspian and the only female on board, she is attracted to the captain Meric. The story includes alien space battles, family secrets, and sex. Throw in a little humor and you have a really good book to read....enjoy.....
Dec 17, 2018 rated it liked it
Can be read as a stand-alone

Realised this was part 9f a series too late. Missed some important world building, but writing and story had enough information so I wasn't lost. Nature of males and associated relationship difficulties this caused not my favourite so I won't bother with other books in the series.
Jen Winters
Dec 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Way better than expected

The title, blurb and cover make it seem like this is going to be a cheesy, tropey, sci-fi, but it was a really good romance. Full characterization and a fulfilling storyline. Didn’t know it was a second in series, but that didn’t negatively affect the story at all. It’s mostly a stand-alone with some throwbacks to another book. Recommend to SFR fans.
4.5 points
This was unexpected. Reversed gender roles, a race where males can give birth, completely matriarchal society. There is an actual plot! People talk, make intelligent decisions, motivations of the characters actually make sense. If you're into Mars-needs-women trope but cannot abide alphahole/rapey/toxically masculine heroes then Juno Wells seems to be one of the authors to check out.
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It was just Ok.
I don't know what is the problem with this book 😑!? The story is interesting but the chemistry between the hero and the heroine is almost zero. I think this is the problem with all the other J.W's books.
The romantic side is very weak. Maybe the writer should be brave when she deals with romantic situations. 😮
Phillip M Lewallen
Nov 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A well written

And very interesting story. I like the interactions between the humans and the Dragons. It needs to be edited though. I would have given it more stars of it had been.
Nov 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Exciting hot sexy

I love Juno Wells books the hot exciting thrilling tantalizing sexy read you don't want to put the book down then the end 😢but can't wait for the next one keep up the grand work
Mary Haynes
Dec 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good read

This was a good read. I would have enjoyed it more if it had chapter giving you a better set up to the story and the less words that you had to figure out what their meanings were.
Peggy Darrow
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing

I need more. I have fallen hard for Juno Well's Draconian Warriors. I am stalking her hard. I love how they are learning to love in a new world. In the Naxis they are free to find their mates! I love it!!
Dec 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a well-written story that held my interest throughout it is Stacy and Meric's story. Meric has so much he has to get over before he will trust a woman after what he went through at the hands of a Draconian queen. This story kept me turning pages.
Avril Haughey
Nov 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Do so enjoy Juno's work! Lovely story. Good read.
Linda L. Gray
Dec 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good read

Good story line enjoyed the read all the way through. Even thought ending was in line with story. Will read this author again.
Nov 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing

I was so excited when I saw this second book out! I loved the first one and am so glad it’s a series with different queens and warriors. Enjoy!
Trixie Veluz
Nov 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely love this story, I couldn’t put it down and read up to the wee hours in the morning.
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Juno Wells grew up on Florida’s Space Coast, watching the shuttles take off from Cape Canaveral. When she hit college, her childhood fantasies about space travel turned highly romantic. Now her mind reels with space adventures of fantastic alien lords in distant galaxies, and the earth women they love.

Wells’ stories explore the complex, sensual relationships between inhabitants of different star s