When Leilani travels to the mountain region of her new planet, Lumineta, she discovers the remote mountain clan has a law stating that any unmated female in their sector can be forced to live there for one moon cycle. At first she’s livid—until she realizes that being held captive means that the warriors bring her gifts and simply try to impress her as part of their courting rituals. But she’s not interested in anyone except the sexy leader—and living under his roof makes her feel nothing like a captive. He has her rethinking everything she thought she knew about Luminet males.
Con has never thought much about taking a mate. As leader of his clan, he’s too busy and females are too complicated—especially those mysterious humans. But the longer he’s around Leilani, the more he realizes she’s worth fighting for. Despite his planet’s tradition that says two males mate with one female, he has no intention of sharing—or ever letting her go.
My Review: Claimed by the Warrior would be my first and definitely won’t be my last book from Savannah Stuart, Katie Reus. Claimed by the Warrior held my attention from the first line and didn’t let go until the very end.
Men of the Lumineta planet heard about human female but never had the pleasure of meeting one until Leilani travels to the mountain region. Once there she finds out that unmated female not accompanied by a male or mate is forced to stay for one moon cycle in order for the men to have the opportunity to court the female. That is when the story started to take off. Even though she was forced to stay only one man had her thinking about staying and that was Con. The attraction was strong between Con and Leilani, sensual tension was hot beyond belief once these two came together. Savannah Stuart has found her way on my favorite author list. I certainly will be checking out her other books.