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Her friends say he's the devil. But he might be her savior.

Devolose and Tawny have been rescued after three years together in the emperor's dungeon. Every day he was forced to inflict pain on the Earth woman he only wanted to protect. How could he not develop feelings for her when they're connected in so many ways?

But how can they trust feelings forged in captivity? The more he pushes her away to protect her, the more determined she is to stay at his side. After decades of slavery, the emperor took far more than his soul. Can half a male satisfy a complete woman?

Devolose is the fourth book in the alien abduction sci-fi romance Galaxy Gladiators Series. It can be listened to as a standalone. If you like hot alien alphas who love with all their heart and the strong, courageous females who are worthy of them, then you'll love this latest installment in bestselling author Alana Khan's exciting series.

Buy Devolose today to travel the galaxy with Dev and Tawny!

For readers 18+. Contains dark themes.

©2019 Alana Khan (P)2020 Alana Khan

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  • Eurydice
  • 20-04-2020

Boring narrator.

Very disappointed. This lady doesn't know how to bring a story alive and create distinct characters. No steam in the intimate moments.

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  • Miss Right
  • 12-03-2020

Fly through the cosmos with Dev and Tawny

First of all, I really like the books of this new writer. They're zero to sixty exciting and filled with real love stories. Half the characters are alien but that seems not nearly as important as the fact that their emotions are fully human. Why I didn't give this five stars as I did to all the other stories is because it's far too introspective. I understand that beings who've been abused are not going to bounce right back but the Stockholm Syndrome thing was pretty much belabored and soon became tiring. The story was still actually better than average but Khan herself set the bar high and now her fans are going to expect her to keep it high throughout this series. But this is still better than the average sci-romance. My other issue is one I hesitate over but I have rather strong feelings about the narrators. This narrator did nothing wrong, really, but she had a voice like a kid I knew in junior high. It just didn't work for me. Hearing what sounds like a kid read the sexy parts made me squeamish. Tonality is everything. So, even though this story is not as perfect as the others, I think it's still a good read and I recommend it to fans of sci-fi-fi romance.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-02-2020

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This was a good story but it could have been much better. The audio should have and could have been better. There were important information left out of the story. WHY

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  • Sara B
  • 19-02-2020

Fabulous Sci-fi Romance

Devolose is a fabulous sci-fi romance with plenty of steam and a fantastic addition to the Galaxy Gladiators series. I'm completely hooked, and the series keeps getting better and better. The storyline is abundant, it captured the attention and held me absorbed throughout. The main characters, Devolose (Dev) and Twany are intriguing and likeable with distinct personalities. The author, Alana Khan, provides an excellent backstory for the characters, allowing her readers/listeners to connect with them fully. For years, Dev was forced to torture Twany, while captives of the emperor. When rescued from slavery, Dev is blamed for Twany's torture and believing her to suffer from Stockholm syndrome. Don't want to share too much and spoil the story. That being said, I thought Dev and Twany had a strong connection with a charged chemistry. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to their journey. Sloane Richards's narration is pretty smooth. However, I thought her male characters all sounded similar, and their voices not deep enough. Even so, she did a great job with the characters' personalities. Overall, this was an entertaining and enjoyable audiobook, and I recommend it. Too bad, the third book is not available on audible. I was given this free review copy of audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • dotty b.
  • 16-10-2020

ery good read.

i loved every minute, hope to read the next book. they all have a story to tell this one was the best outcome for them

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