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An alien bastard, a man without a home, and a war to end an entire planet….

Beau: I never had a place to belong. The only gay kid in my small town on the shores of the southern Mississippi River, I’ve spent my life hiding who I am. And the night I came out of the closet? Yeah, my dad kicked me out of his house. But there’s not belonging, and then there’s being kidnapped and whisked off the flipping planet and hanging out with huge, intimidating extraterrestrials.

Okay, given that I’ve been caged by a bunch of big blue aliens, I guess “hanging out” is an overstatement, but at least they’re feeding me. We get to an entirely new planet, and these warriors have more in mind for me than I’m prepared to give. Only, there’s one surly alien warrior who’ll put his life on the line to save mine.

Vorian: Son of Crux the Progenitor, self-proclaimed savior of Thorzan, I have spent my life outcast from Thorzi society, watching my princely half-brother Kaelum from the shadows. Hated by my human mother and a hybrid myself, the Thorzi see me as soft and weak. My father expects me to mate with one of our own kind, but I see my own weaknesses, hopes, and angers in the form of one beautiful human, trapped in one of my father’s cages.

To save him from the fate my father has in store, I’ll have to betray everything I’ve ever known, but I may need help from my people. And whether they know it or not, they’ll need Beau and me to survive the war with our greatest enemies.

By popular cowriting duo Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes, Submitted is an M/M alien romance with a hybrid warrior who’s spent his life as an outsider, a homeless young man who’ll find a place to belong on a planet he never dreamed of, and a battle for all of Thorzan in the hands of a special bonded mate pair. This book is third in the Star Marked Warriors series, but each book can be listened to as a stand-alone.

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  • 06-14-22

Enjoyable listen

This was an enjoyable easy listen and I hope they release more in the series.

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  • Wide Eyes, Big Ears!
  • 07-19-22

A welcome darker story in this fun sci-fi series!

Deadly Thorzi warrior Vorian, Son of Crux the Progenitor, is the most hated and shunned in Thorzi society, which is saying something because Crux is a very nasty piece of work. Used and abused by his father and disowned by his mother, Vorian has never had a friend or been valued until he meets the abducted human, Beau. Beau also knows about toxic fathers and he sees the good under Vorian’s gruff and buff exterior, but can he get through to him? This was a welcome darker sci-fi romance than the previous two books and I enjoyed the parallel Oepidal flavour of the story as Beau and Vorian learn their own value despite the contempt of their fathers. The plotlines were all satisfyingly wrapped up - my only (very minor) niggle is that things always resolve a little too quickly and neatly at the end of each book. It’s been a fun series, I’m hoping there will be more and that Kenosi gets his own story. Audio narrator Michael Fell did another great job, although I expected a slightly deeper, more growly voice for Vorian.