I’m wrenched from a five thousand year sleep into a new world. It was supposed to be uninhabited. Humans were supposed to have died off. Those of us preserved in the stasis tanks were supposed to rebuild.
But there were survivors. And now those survivors have formed factions. The leading tribes enslave those weaker and language keeps them apart.
Funny, because in my past life I was the interpreter and I intend to bridge the gaps so that when we escape, we do it together. But I have to get past the warlord watching me first.
Communication between tribes is unheard of. Forbidden. A death sentence. I should kill the little slave that dares defy this edict.
But the signs suggest something unthinkable. That this little creature is mine.
I need to find a way to get rid of her before she dismantles everything, escapes, liberates slaves, brings warring tribes to my doorstep…but to do that, I’ll have rid myself of this pesky little thing called want.
She makes me want her.
And now we're back! Back to Earth, that is. Taken by the Pikosa Warlord is a barbarian warlord romance that takes place on the war and climate-ravaged Earth that the humans now living in Voraxia and Sasor left behind. It is a complete standalone with a guaranteed HEA and can easily be read at any point in the Xiveri Mates universe. This book is gritty and dark and contains multiple violent scenes – including by the Hero against the Heroine. Ero is a bad dude who only debatably ever redeems himself, so please be warned!
Taken by the Pikosa Warlord: A SciFi Barbarian Romance (Xiveri Mates Book 7)
★★★★★ “Another great book in a crack series” - Booksnob Sue
★★★★★ “On the love story itself, I found it beautiful and raw…Honestly this is my favorite book in the series and I can't wait for more from this author, she has quickly become one of my favorites.” - MJG, Amazon
★★★★★ “Ok awesome read for those of us following this fan-freaking-tastic series.” - Inkme, Amazon
★★★★★ “This was as expected beautifully written and the language at times felt so profound. I adore this author and each book she writes has its own flavour it’s not the same old plot rehash they each are unique and stand on there own merit. I was actually surprised by the overly dark vibe of this one not expecting it, I’ve got to say it was pulled off splendidly and I fell for the hero who initially seemed unredeemable.” - Beckie Bookworm
★★★★★ “Taken by the Pikosa Warlord is one SCARY GOOD and unique entry in the Xiveri mate’s timeline.” - Carol, Goodreads