Zar by Alana Khan

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Snatched from Earth. Bound for slavery. Can love offer escape?
Kidnapped from Earth, aboard a slave ship, Anya is thrown in a cell with Zar, a handsome half-lion gladiator, and forced to breed or be killed.
Zar’s life is an unbroken nightmare consisting of sleep, eat, fight, repeat. He’s not interested in helping Anya, and he’s definitely not interested in love. Except she’s the first female to ever touch his heart—or remind him he has a soul.
If you like hot alpha aliens, kick-ass Earth women who mastermind insurrections, and sexy action romance, check out Zar, the first book in the paranormal romance Galaxy Gladiators series. This standalone book contains steamy sex scenes with a guaranteed happily ever after, no cheating, and no cliffhanger.
Trigger warning: Anya and Zar are forced to mate; these scenes are delicately handled.

  • File Name:zar-by-alana-khan.epub
  • Original Title:Zar: Book One in the Galaxy Gladiators Alien Abduction Romance Series
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B07RDGTTNB
  • Date:2019-06-08T16:00:00+00:00
  • File Size:341.585 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Chapter One
  • 2. Chapter Two
  • 3. Chapter Three
  • 4. Chapter Four
  • 5. Chapter Five
  • 6. Chapter Six
  • 7. Chapter Seven
  • 8. Chapter Eight
  • 9. Chapter Nine
  • 10. Chapter Ten
  • 11. Chapter Eleven
  • 12. Chapter Twelve
  • 13. Chapter Thirteen
  • 14. Chapter Fourteen
  • 15. Chapter Fifteen
  • 16. Chapter Sixteen
  • 17. Chapter Seventeen
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Rhonda Terrell
Rhonda Terrell

Zar was born into captivity, into slavery. Zar feels like the walking dead, he can't afford emotions, he learned to lock them away a long time ago. Zar has accepted the fights, but he is tired of being forced to breed. .Anya went to sleep in her own bed and woke up on a cold floor staring at feet. Anya never believed in aliens, but she does now. This is such a great story. Anya is a strong female lead, not strength wise, but in the sense that she never gives up. The story is good.

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