Crossing Quinn

Gail Koger
Crossing Quinn
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Release Date
December 2017
Book 8 of Coletti Warlord series
Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

A ruthless warlord, a sassy heroine and a quirky cast of alien characters. Crossing Quinn is a fantastic installment of the Coletti Warlord series.

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
May 17, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
68 people found the following review helpful
Devilish funny, CROSSING QUINN will have a reader laughing up a storm. This space opera is complete with a headstrong stubborn female and an alpha male intent on taming his chosen mate. Another lovely addition to the Coletti Warlords series, this time, the male and female are switched.

Quinn Jones is one of the males of the infamous Jones family. As one of the males, he's been changed to be a hybrid like his cousins. He is now a Coletti warlord. He is tasked with bring his mate back - a wayward alien - Xenia. Xenia is a Farin. Her psychic powers and combat training make her an especially hot commodity. Her secret inherited abilities from her berserker father makes her even more precious. Not interested in mating or a man, Xenia's been doing her best to stay with her parents and do what she loves best… being a relic hunter.

This story reminds me of a cross between Tomb Raider and Indiana Jones in an alien universe. Xenia may be like a Lara Croft but Quinn is no bumbling Indiana Jones. Xenia is going to have an uphill battle to shake off her betrothed. Quinn is no heartless bastard, but he does follow a very set idea of how to protect a female, even if she can be a physical match in a fight.

This story is more than a love comedy. It is one with a meaningful plot filled with hair-raising shenanigans. The fast pace of the story keeps a reader turning page after page until the story is done. The additional world building helps readers get to see more of this Coletti world. It seems Ms. Koger could write this series infinitely as there is so much here to write about. The aliens species and how they interact are hilarious. The recurring theme of a frustrated male trying to keep his female safe is a constant amusement. The characters are quirky and their snark is just up my alley. I can not get enough of the Coletti warlords and the females that fall in love with them. This space opera is recommended to readers who enjoy witty dialogue and fun characters.
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