Vexing Voss (Coletti Warlords 3), Gail Koger (Review)

VossVexing Voss (Coletti Warlords), Gail Koger

Zoey Jones has one goal and that is to find her mother’s killer. Her one supporter who has stood by her even while she was hunted as a possible mate to Earth alien allies the Coletti. The Coletti are alien warlords who are assisting Earth in their battle against Aliens who want to eat them (apparently we are delicious).

Voss a Coletti warlord knows Zoey is his mate regardless of the disguises she wears to hide from him. A Coletti’s number one goal is to protect their mate, even if said mate does not recognize them. Voss is that big bad dude who always gets what he wants and he wants his mate.

Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger. Vexing Voss is the third book in the Coletti series. I have been waiting for this author to do a follow up, she is one that I google every now and again to check on lol. The females in the Jones family have gifts; gifts that make them mate material to Coletti warriors. Now the Jones women do not want to be forced to mate to some alien who wants to coddle them and monitor their every move, thought and dream. So the Jones girls fight it which makes for great reading. This story follows the series style. Meaning woman runs, gets into all kinds of interesting trouble while meeting new creatures. During which her mate pops in and out of her life and head while trying to locate and protect her. The hero is always with the heroine since they share a mind link after mating and those mind links can make for really good reading or really irritating. This one went the way of the good. Oh and it can be read alone other characters from previous books do pop up.

Straight to the Swagger: Funny read, with funny banter between the heroine and everyone. Alpha male and strong female, one will have to submit (and you know who it is) makes for a great adventure with interesting alien creatures.

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Posted on November 15, 2013, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Probably not my kind of book, but the premise sounds fun and I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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