Captured by the Alien Dragon

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I met an alien. He is mindscorchingly hot. I actually think I am falling for him. There’s only one problem. He is my alien slave master, and I am trying to escape.


I’ve never known Earth. Or freedom. Both were taken from me when I was too young to remember. But I know exactly what the latest alien scumbags to buy me have in mind, the moment I hear the word “fertile”.

Desperation’s the mother of invention, and one easily seduced guard later, I’m escaping to finally live on my own terms. To find my mom – my one connection to a planet I’ll probably never see. The only person who’s ever given a damn about me. 

It’s all that keeps me going. The source of every last drop of energy I eke out of this miserable existence, when I have so many reasons to just give up and fade away.

Like my crap luck. 

Reason infinity why I should just pop out the airlock of my stolen ship and say, “Sayonara, universe! PS: You suck.”

My first escape attempt that’s ever resulted in an actual escape, and I run smack into one of the most infamous dragon shapeshifters in the galaxy. But I haven’t come this far just to give up. I escaped once, I can do it again. 

And no smug, self-impressed alien edgelord is going to stop me. Even if he is so mindscorchingly hot, it makes my brain bleed to think of choosing to deprive myself of the eye candy. 

The universe had years to try and keep me down. You think one little dragon’s gonna do any better

Fine. One really big dragon. Whatever. Bring it.


We dragons are a simple people with simple philosophies. Like, why ask for something you can simply take? The rest of the galaxy tends to be too busy fleeing from us in terror to answer that, so I assume they agree. 

Until Carissa Maeberry. 

The most baffling creature in existence, she doesn’t seem to get how this works. I have claws. Fire. A ruthless crew. She has an admittedly tragic backstory and a slave collar. The scales aren’t exactly balanced. And yet, to see her defiance, you’d think she held all the cards. 

It’s absurd and breath-taking all at once. Which is why when others try and take my rarest of treasures from me, I must protest. Vigorously. 

I did mention the claws and fire and ruthless crew, did I not?

Please note: This sci-fi romance has all the action and adventure you could ask for, both in battle and in bed. Please be 18 and up if you’re planning to listen to how this beauty tames her savage beast…or, is it the other way around?

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3 reviews for Captured by the Alien Dragon

  1. Jutta Stiller

    I thoroughly enjoyed this romp through space. It made me smile and chuckle so many times. The characters are brilliant and so well written, I really connected with them. I love the fact that you get to see the story frrm both points of view so you can see what is going on in each of their heads, makes it just more enjoyable for me. The world building is great as there is enough to help the story along and show the lie of the land but not so much that it overwhelms. Lisa S Ware does a fabulous job bringing the story to life, she really adds something to the listen. So enjoyable. Oh and don’t forget the steam!

  2. Megan Wells

    I really liked this book! Carissa has been a slave her whole life. All she wants is her freedom. Of course that’s not easy when she is a human in an alien world. Luckily she is captured by a domineering egotistic dragon alien named Tarion . At first they both despise each other. Tarion actually thinks there is something medically wrong with him when he starts to feel feelings. It was hilarious. That’s the other thing I really enjoyed about this book, it was funny! It had me laughing the whole time.

    I am looking forward to the next in the series!

  3. Mia Harper

    I really enjoyed this book, the plot was good, the characters believable, and great world building. The story caught my interest in the first few pages and had me hooked to the end, I really want to follow this series.

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