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Kindles in the Wild – His Human Prize – Diana Winters – May 31, 2021

Do you ever feel like your life is crazy and time just keeps getting away from you? That is exactly what keeps happening to me. I have all of these amazing activities and books to share, but I just can’t find time to share them. There are just too many activities going on to get a break and tell you about what we have been doing. Ugh!

This one is part two of Memorial Day weekend. We took our friends out to another one of our old stomping grounds and discovered a new path along the way.

We trekked along on the Miner’s Trail and saw some old ruins, the painted forest, and a little bit of the local wildlife. Everyone had a fantastic time, I think, well I did anyway, and we all certainly slept well that night.

I took this absolutely amazing book with me, and I hope the author sends book two my way soon! It was really the perfect book to take to an old iron smelting furnace. You guys, I can’t tell enough how amazing this book is an how much I recommend it. Okay, maybe I did in my review below, but still if I didn’t have so many books to read right now I would totally read it all over again.

If you are ever in the area, this park is a fantastic place to spend the day, or two, and the book is the perfect trail companion. Just be sure to watch out for those snakes.

Happy Reading


Oregon Ridge Park

13555 Beaver Dam Rd

Cockeysville, MD 21030

His Human Prize: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance (Argentum Alien Warriors Book 1)

Published to Amazon on July 31, 2020

Author Diana Winters

He kissed me to save my life.

But there’s a catch.

There’s always a catch, right? I find myself in a bit of a pinch. I’m thrown in a holding cell, paraded in front of every kind of alien imaginable, and told I’m going to be the prize in some barbaric gladiatorial competition straight out of a movie. But the biggest pinch of all comes when—like any decent prisoner—I attempt to dig for my freedom (and my sanity), and I’m poisoned to death by a critter. But fear not, because I discover the afterlife is full of big silver alpha-angels who look like Greek statues and wanna do naughty things to you. Except... that’s not strictly true. That was the poison talking. Apologies for getting all our hopes up. My savior isn’t an angel, but he does give me the kiss of life... transferring some of his weird silver symbiont to me in the process. The catch? He saves my life, so now I need to give him one. A brand new shiny one with chubby cheeks and his father’s eyes. So… yeah. I should be running for the hills. Everyone knows betraying body syndrome is clichéd, right? But have they ever had a weird silver symbiont go to town all over them? Well I have. And now my previous existence on Earth seems downright dull as dishwater in comparison. The only problem? I might have unknowingly made a deal with a devil. I’ll have his symbiont, but do I really want his spawn?

Official published review:

The voices in my head

Please tell me there is going to be more of this series! I absolutely loved the storyline, the characters, and everything in between. I don't know how I have never seen this book before, but the minute I saw the cover and read the blurb I was intrigued, and by the end of the book I was not even a little disappointed. The author made me laugh out loud more than once with the dry humor of Zara, and Silver's commanding innocence was just too endearing not to enjoy, and of course added to the humorous moments. Add on the action, danger and more of those gorgeous, silver, back water aliens and this was a book I can't wait to read again. I loved this series starter and I can only hope that book two will be out before I know it. I am sure it is going to be just as amazing!

5 stars


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