Book Review: Ice Planet Barbarians (IPB #1) by Ruby Dixon
BOOK REVIEW: ICE PLANET BARBARIANS (IPB #1) BY RUBY DIXON
POSTED OCTOBER 19, 2021 BY WHITNEY IN BOOKS / 0 COMMENTS
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Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon
Series: Ice Planet Barbarians #1
Published by Ruby Dixon on April 3, 2015
You’d think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you’d be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they’ve left their cargo of human women – including me – on an ice planet.
And the only native inhabitant I’ve met? He’s big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me…
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Ice Planet Barbarians holds so much nostalgia for me. I discovered this series back in 2015. My beloved Kindle recommended it to me and I never looked back.
This books starts out following a 22 year-old Georgie Carruthers. She crawls into her warm and cozy bed one night only to wake up in a cargo hold of a spaceship – with many other 22 year-old women. After witnessing some terrifying events that revealed their fate, the girls decide to fight back. Their plan went into place at the same time the ship started experiencing engine troubles. Their captors decided to drop the cargo hold on a deserted planet until the ship could safely accommodate them.
After their crash landing, Georgie is one of the few girls that aren’t injured. She gets nominated to explore the planet as their survival depends on what she finds. The girls will definitely succumb to the harsh climate of this planet without help. But Georgie isn’t sure she can be the savior they need.
He sees a creature in his hunting trap. A unique-looking female. Slot online He takes her back to a hunting cave to investigate. She is much different than his people. She isn’t blue. She isn’t very muscular or tall – unlike him. She is smooth and soft, where he is suede and plated. She doesn’t have a horn or tail, but she has a swollen bosom and a third nipple. But this doesn’t matter to Vektal because she is his mate. Georgie is his.
- Fated Mates
- Language Barrier
Ice Planet Barbarians is glorified alien smut at its best!
(and i’m not mad at it)
Although I have to say – this book wasn’t perfect. Georgie wasn’t the best girl to send out to save the human girl tribe. I don’t believe that she tried hard enough to sway Vektal to follow her to the crash site. I also didn’t like how some of the characters were just brushed aside. Rest assured, Ruby addresses this in future books. But if you didn’t continue on in the series, you would be left with a bad impression. Or at least I was.
However, the uniqueness of the story and quirky characters made me continue on. If you are on the fence about this one, just give it a go. You may be pleasantly surprised!