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Zuri finds herself in the hands of a Zargonnii warrior after she and her shipmates are extracted from a strange world. Hunted by the heinous Tonan and sought after by the deadly Gorgano, Zuri is mortified when she realizes humans, especially female humans, are considered a rare, exotic novelty. She has no intention of being put on display for massive warriors to gawk at. SZuri finds herself in the hands of a Zargonnii warrior after she and her shipmates are extracted from a strange world. Hunted by the heinous Tonan and sought after by the deadly Gorgano, Zuri is mortified when she realizes humans, especially female humans, are considered a rare, exotic novelty. She has no intention of being put on display for massive warriors to gawk at. She plans her escape.Kobe grows fond of the little mouthy human female placed in his charge for the duration of the space flight home. Once they land, she will no longer be his problem. Everything changes in seconds when he finds her in the ship’s bay, hanging by a thread in a teetering space shuttle, bound on either self-destruction or escape. Without thought to his safety, Kobe jumps from the shuttle when Zuri falls out and plunges to the planet beneath.Zuri has no idea what danger they are in as they embark on a perilous journey. Both know if they make it out of the jungle alive, they will be separated—unless Kobe can figure out a way to keep his new mate. *Erotic Romance - Controversial...

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  • Chappy
    2019-05-09 16:08

    I love this sci-fi series but I just wish the writing was a little better. I felt that a lot of events could have been better explained with more details. But I'm definitely going to keep reading. There is great potential here and the author has a great imagination and a real talent for world building.I loved Kobe; he's just a big soft teddy bear who wants to love someone. When he finds Zuri, he's not sure what to make of her or her 2 companions. I was laughing so hard when he thought the 2 human guys were females...and when he thought Zuri's puking due to motion sickness was some kind of defense mechanism.Great story!!!

  • Delta
    2019-04-26 16:13

    3.5 stars

  • Megan
    2019-04-28 15:07


  • Malinda
    2019-04-29 18:18

    4 starsThis was a very good story. I loved both Zuri and Kobe and enjoyed their story a lot. This was a good addition to the series and I just realized that this is an off-shoot from another series (The New World series) so I may have to try that series soon.Zuri is a human that escaped from a crumbling Earth but ended up on the wrong planet when her shuttle crashed. Her and the other survivors were left alone by the planet’s inhabitants but other aliens saw them as fair game and killed off some of her party while others died from bad food or sickness. Zuri and 2 men are the only survivors left when the Zargonnii show up intent on taking them to the Zargonnii home world.Kobe is a Zargonnii warrior and is in space with others of his kind. Kobe is part of the Zargonnii men from the south part of the planet but they’ve heard about a human female mating with a Zargonnii male in the northern part of the planet. Some of the stories have made the Zargonnii men from the south curious so Kobe’s leader has decided to check out a planet they believe has humans to see fi the stories are true.Kobe is the one that captures Zuri on the planet she and the others have been staying on. She fears the Zargonnii but Kobe manages to convince her that he could easily hurt her if he wanted and she’s safe with him. One of the aliens that attacked the human survivors on the planet (before the Zargonnii got there) was a race of telepathic aliens called the Gorgano. When they attacked Zuri found that her mind opened up and linked with them telepathically which gave her much information and allowed her to attack the Gorgano mentally and saving them from the Gorgano attack. Now Zuri found that some of the information she got was the ability to understand the Zargonnii language. This enabled her and Kobe to communicate to an extent but it takes a little bit before she’s able to speak the Zargonnii language (although she learns very fast because she can understand it). She’s given to Kobe to be kept safe on the trip back to the Zargonnii planet and she grows to like Kobe, finding he’s actually quite sweet…a gentle giant or sorts. Zuri wished she could stay with him but she’s been told there’s an area on the Zargonnii planet that’s been prepared from the humans to live in. Zuri doesn’t like the sounds of this though because it sounds more like a cage/zoo than a real home. Because of this, Zuri decides to escape even though she really likes Kobe.When Zuri tries escaping she doesn't do a very good job and Kobe finds her. There’s a mess up and they both end up falling from the ship as its flying low over the planet. Fortunately the Zargonnii men are hard and almost indestructible and although their landing leaves a hole in the ground around 7 feet deep they come through mostly unharmed (Kobe used his body to protect Zuri in the landing). Unfortunately they've landed in the part of the Zargonnii planet that the females live in (the males and females of this race don’t interact except during sex) and it’s not safe for either of them to be there. They head for the male section of the planet but are left travelling through a harsh jungle for weeks with Kobe doing anything needed to keep Zuri safe. During this time they come together sexually and the longer they’re together the more they bond. Kobe decides he doesn’t care what his leader says, Zuri is his and he won’t let her be taken from him. They make it to the male area and meet Zane and Bay’s family (from book #1 Bay's Mercenary) and get transport to the south part of the continent. There’s an issue with the Gorgano’s kidnapping some Zargonnii females for experimentation and Zuri agrees to help save them since she’s able to do the mind battle with the Gorgano. This ends up being an interesting situation and a mis-understanding has Zuri separated from Kobe for a short time but things get straightened out quickly and they’re reunited. They get home and get to start their well-deserved HEA.This was a really enjoyable story. I loved both Kobe and Zuri and was happy with how their story worked out. They’re a great couple and they have a great interaction that makes the story fun to read and engaging until the end. So far there’s no book#3 for the series but I’ll be keeping my eyes open for it because I definitely want to continue this series. I’d recommend this book. Thumbs up! :D

  • Cogito_ergo_sum
    2019-05-16 15:22

    Purely an entertaining read. The story takes us on an adventure through weird settings.The plot was thin. It's only goal was to get the characters together and get them away from danger. The story didn't ask any deep fundamental questions.The characters weren't that deeply developed and the relationship between them didn't feel authentic. My impression is that Zuri would have ended up with any of the warriors. Given that she was in isolation and only came in contact with this warrior, that is THE ONLY reason they ended up together. I also question the weird logistics behind humans coming into contact with Garano. It's too poorly explained to make me believe the strange telekinetic abilities that humans gain.

  • Barbara ★
    2019-04-27 19:31

    I rather enjoyed this sci-fi tale of unexpected love between species. Zuri escaped a destroyed Earth on a shuttle that then crashed on another planet. Zuri and her fellow passengers were saved from extermination by nasty alien slavers by Kobe and his men. Kobe is a 7 foot tall alien with red eyes and covered from head to toe except for a few areas (wink wink) in long white fur. Of course, Zuri is wary of this giant man-beast but comes to realize that he is a gentle giant and worth loving. I haven't read the first book in the series but I definitely want to see where it all started. I loved Zuri and Kobe and their story was exciting.

  •  Rosebud
    2019-04-29 12:26

    Good book to enjoy a 'holiday' reading. Aliens are different and takes a little getting used to but I did warm up to them. It's the Earth woman gets abducted, alien wants to mate, girl makes him work for it sort of theme. Definitely need to read the first book Bay's Mercenary before reading this one though.

  • Cassandra Mello
    2019-05-16 14:09

    I am officially addicted! GIVE ME MORE! Gosh I love these, and I can't wait for Finn's book, he's my favorite Zargonnii Warrior so far, yum! These fit into my guilty pleasures category, they are a bit predictable though exciting and fun at the same time, and the world they live on is so unique - socially +environmentally. The characters are enjoyable and the love scenes steamy! I'd have one of these books for each day of the year if it were possible, haha.

  • Romance Bookaholic
    2019-05-18 12:20

    The writer has done exceptional work with world building. The alien world is believable and intriguing. I enjoyed the the characters learning about each other's culture. There is plenty of alien romance & action throughout the book to keep my interest. Futuristic romance fans would love this book.I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

  • Briana
    2019-04-27 19:25

    I AM READYI AM READYloved the first book. Read it in one afternoon. Now it's midnight and I finally finished the second book. If there was a third book, I would be tempted to call in sick tomorrow morning. I really like the mother's. They are awesome, and the best is the sons have an unyielding love for them. Waiting for the next book. . .

  • Coyora Dokusho
    2019-05-01 15:27

    RIDDLED with typos. And I'm sorry, author, but that sentence does not mean what you think it means... XD Like a soap-bubble it distracts the eye and then pops, leaving the world unchanged by its presence... but soap-bubbles are pleasing occasionally, so I'll be back for more, dun worry~

  • Ladymcbeth
    2019-04-24 18:04

    I love romance between a human girl and a huge alien guy. This book has not disappointed me, and I want more stories with Zargonii inside.

  • Corana
    2019-05-14 14:31

    out of all of the books by the author I love the unearthly world books the best.their funny & all around great!

  • Megan Fall
    2019-04-26 17:25

    Another fabulous read!!

  • Isa Lavinia
    2019-05-08 18:07

    I think this was ok?But I just finished reading it and for the life of me I already can't remember much of it...

  • Selena
    2019-05-08 15:09

    Rating: 3 starsPlot: Zuri, one of the last remaining female human survivors of the destroyed planet Earth, is captured with her group by Zargonnii warriors that had gone on the hunt for human females after the discovery of Bay (from Book 1). Once captured, she is placed under the supervision of the warrior Kobe who is fascinated by her. While the two familiarize themselves with each other, Zuri hatches a plan to escape from the Zargonnii. However, her machinations ultimately prove unsuccessful as in the middle of her escape, Kobe catches her and both fall from the ship into hostile territory.Thoughts:This was a fun little addition to the series, but after overcoming my infatuation with the first book, I'm starting to see many more flaws with the plot and the world building. The author is for sure creative when it comes to the world of the Zargonnii - everything from their appearance to their habits and ways of living were super fun to explore and learn about. However, one of the powers that the author has given the Zargonnii includes the ability to set things on fire with their eyes - with such a powerful ability, it makes no sense that it is practically not used at all whenever Kobe is in danger. It's like the author gave him that ability just for the hell of it, but never has him utilize it because then he would become too powerful, and there would be no more obstacles for him. I also wished that the speech patterns of the Zargonni were more unique to them. They are aliens after all - it makes no sense that they sound like how a human would speak. I think that after reading this book and the previous one in the series, I am more interested in the female Zargonnii than the main characters. Zuri and Kobe are okay, but there's not enough depth to them to have me actually become invested in their story and relationship. But the female Zargonniis on the other hand - that's a different story. The two that have been introduced so far in both books have been mysterious and only made a short appearance. But their lives are so hidden and unknown that I'm curious to read more - and they just sound so badass that I cannot help but want to read their side of the story too.

  • Wolgan
    2019-05-03 16:08

    There were some seriously funny moments in this book. Moments where I was literally laughing out loud and poking my wife in the shoulder to share excerpts. This was real close to the beginning, so I don't think it counts as spoilers. It set the tone for some great language barrier banter through the first few chapters.Kobe smiled brighter. Moron must be a word for great strength. “Yes I am this—a moron. A great warrior moron.”Her eyes widened in stunned surprise. “Dumb ass.”Excitement filled him, she must be very impressed with him. He struggled with her words for a second. “I will be your dumb—ass—moron protector.” Surely that must make her feel better.Jokes aside, Kobe was a very sweet character, and Zuri and him made an adorably devoted couple. I was also happy to see more glimpses into the culture of the Zargonnii females.I'm getting hooked on this series... I'm so glad I picked it up, even though I didn't like the first book of this author's previous series. So very glad.

  • Juniper
    2019-04-23 14:07

    5+++ "mouthy" stars!!Zuri:Kobe:First off, I highly recommend reading Bay's Mercenary first. In the first one, Scholey sets up a fantastic, mesmerizing, captivating world with creatures and characters that enraptured me. The second book, Zuri's Zargonnii Warrior, builds on the fantastic world development that Scholey paints masterfully. It took me a minute to get into the writing style and voice that its presented in, but, dang, once I was in, I didn't want to come out! SO, SO GOOD! I had such a fun time reading this. Okay, so, the second book in the Unearthly World series starts out with Zuri who is stranded on this strange, fascinating world. She and a group of humans crash landed on it on route to a new home while escaping the war between the Tonans and the Castians, two different species that look slightly similar but are completely opposite regarding treatment of humans– Tonans want to kill, torture, maim, hurt in anyway humans and Castians want to mate with them because the Tonans poisoned the Castians' females' drinking supply, thus, killing them, leaving them without mates. Earth is pretty much destroyed because of insane weather that flooded, froze, and left the majority of it barren and dead. So the humans had to move on and, unfortunately, a lot of them have been killed (especially the males). Zuri and her fellow humans, after crash landing, have to try to survive on the foreign planet, trying to find out what foods are edible and what liquids are okay to drink, finding shelter, etc. As you can imagine, it's rough going and their numbers slowly dwindle. She encounters creatures called 2BKs, beings that I found so interesting. Their world was some kind of mathematical playground where the leaves were perfectly round and everything had a very sort of stark, very precise way about it– like resembling mathematics or equations, perfectly symmetrical. They even fought with some kind of telepathy, question-asking, scientifical thing... Freaking. Awesome. And their eyes... wow, Scholey is SO creative. I don't read a ton of Sci-Fi but I thought this stuff was just... amazing. Anyway, along comes Kobe, the super sexy, super fierce, somewhat (okay, very) intimidating alien with long white hair, glowing red eyes, patches of fur, and... yeah, he's pretty much like a yeti/abominable snowman with human-like features and is hella powerful. They're called Zargonniis and they're somewhat... primitive, kind of. But incredibly intelligent, too, if that makes sense? Lots of fun. Love these guys.Anyway, he and his warriors/mercenaries come along, looking for human females, and come across the only three who are left from Zuri's shuttle– her and two males. Being that Kobe and his crew are, like, seven feet tall with glowing red eyes, they run for their lives, albeit in vain. What I loved about Zuri (and Bay as well) is that, although she is soft and fleshy and virtually helpless against pretty much everything in outer space, she is just as fierce as Kobe and his fellow Zargonnii warriors. She isn't afraid to tell it like it is and throw attitude (I loved how Kobe is with her and her "mouthy" ways). She's incredibly brave, doesn't pull punches, and gets the job done. But she's also vulnerable and relatable and unsure and scared, which I loved so much. Zuri gets captured along with the other "females" (the two dudes, Leo and Cash) and are jetted on the enormous alien ship along with Kobe and his warriors back to their planet. Zuri, of course, is not interested in this, despite growing closer to Kobe, and tries to escape via a shuttle. Kobe catches her in the act, thus scaring her. She accidentally released the latch and falls out, plummeting to the Zargonnii world below. Kobe, without a thought to his own safety, jumps after her, saving her life. The adventure that follows was so much fun. Learning more about this scary, intense, dangerous, bizarre, and intriguing world that these characters live in was fantastic. The creatures and the different, strange things on the planet and the jungle made it an exciting journey I'm not soon to forget. The development of the characters was very well done, as well.I loved the banter and fun times with Kobe and Zuri.I honestly thought they had great chemistry. There were so many times that Kobe was being compassionate and holding her with his hair or feeding her and she was cradling his face or being with him or having an incredible "holiday" together... I mean, don't get me wrong, this isn't a saccharine, sappy, hearts, and syrupy sentimental blah blah blah for endless amounts of time book. This is authentic, with times where love and affection are shared and expressed beautifully. It's definitely not dark or despairing but its not candy and lollipops either. I love this world that Scholey has created. It's fascinating, captivating, and incredibly alluring. It's a fun, exciting... different... kind of adventure that I highly recommend. I can tell that her writing is improving as the series progresses. This is definitely a world that I can escape into again and again. If you're looking for a Sci-Fi to get lost in, pick up this series. I think you'll find that it's out of this world! (Oh yeah, I totally went there.)

  • Anna
    2019-04-28 13:19

    Well, the second book of the Unearthly world might not be as entertaining as the first one, but it was still pretty good. The were some funny moments (like the Zargonnii thinking that Leo and Cash were females, because didn't look like males to them), but not to the same extent as in the first book. Nevertheless, the writing was good and I like that here we get the chance to learn more about Zargonnii planet and their cultureI'm interested in reading about other Zargonnii males looking for their own little human females, but I'm also wondering if there's a book or separate series about the Castians. Something to look into, that's for sure.

  • Ilse
    2019-05-08 18:29

    I really like this series, it is a quick read with romance, world development and smexy times.

  • Ceeri Jay
    2019-05-02 14:27

    Really don't like the worldbuilding and all that I'm male I must be dominant and all humans are small and pink...

  • MyzanM
    2019-04-22 15:30

    Ordinary Sci-Fi Romance. I like the Zargonii. I really liked Kobe. I'm a bit on the fence about what to think about Zuri. Still an intriguing new world and decent romance.

  • Liz
    2019-05-03 19:30

    Not the best writing but it's funny and interesting.

  • Nicole
    2019-05-20 15:08

    I loved reading this book, I was laughing my butt off through out.

  • Liv's Love Book Blog
    2019-05-04 19:21

    This one was just as good as the first novel in the series Bay's Mercenary! If you want to read my thoughts on that book click here This one I feel like was a bit more funnier than the previous one, I definitely caught myself giggling at different points throughout the book. If you haven't read the first book basically this series is about the Zargonnii finding humans. They aren't specific on when this takes place but Earth is no longer habitable, hence the reason that aliens are stumbling upon groups of humans trying to find refuge somewhere else. By the way, that isn't a spoiler! On the first few pages both books make it very very clear the state of Earth. There are some parts of this book that I wish had some more detail and went more in depth. This was one of my complaints on the previous book, just because things are so interesting that I want to know more! C.L. Scholey kind of glimpses over certain spots (for example the beginning before they come into contact with the Zargonnii) that I feel like would be so so so interesting if she just took the time to go into more detail. However, even with that complaint I still really like the series.This series is something so new and refreshing to me. C.L. Scholey created such a unique universe that I've kinda sorta fallen in love with. The Zargonnii are a very interesting race, with how they look and their capabilities and also their social dynamics when it comes to the males and females of this race. Like I mentioned, how they look is very different from the other alien books I've read. Other alien books have the males looking basically human and extra hot but these aliens don't necessarily look like that. Usually that would throw me off and I wouldn't be that interested but even with such differences I was still invested in this series. If you think how they look might put you off of this series, still read the book! I really enjoyed this series because of all the different dynamics going on and the characters are so likable. Even the character that at first you're dubious about, trust me you'll probably end up liking them too. I'm really excited to see where this series leads me and what is next to come! I've started posting more on my blog so be sure to check it out!Liv's Love Blog!

  • Les Chroniques Aléatoires
    2019-04-21 18:25

    Après un début prometteur avec la plume typique de C.L. Scholey, les yetis sous hormones sont de retour et les petites humaines survivantes n’ont qu’à bien s’accrocher. Avec des personnages qu’on connait pour la plupart, on est en terrain connu, tout en en découvrant plus qu’on a le plaisir de revoir Kobe qui va en voir de toutes les couleurs.Kobe est donc un personnage que l’on connait relativement bien puisque c’est le frère de Zane. C’est un guerrier dans toute sa splendeur avec les idées propres à sa race mais qui se montre protecteur et tendre avec Zuri. Zuri est une humaine qui a réussit à monter dans une navette de sauvetage parce qu’elle était mignonne. Manque de bol pour elle et ses amis, elle se retrouve sur une planète dangereuse où un Tonan tente de la tuer. C’est une femme courageuse qui n’a pas peur de faire des sacrifices, tout en étant fragile quand il s’agit de ses sentiments.Ce couple est mignon en soit, il met du temps à se mettre en place et ce n’est pas plus mal. Bien que le plan de la romance est semblable à celui du premier tome, j’ai apprécié qu’on découvre la culture Zargonni et surtout la culture féminine. On se rend compte des dangers qui existent sur la planète et à quel point les humaines y sont fragiles. Il n’empêche qu’elles sont fortes grâce à leurs esprits et c’est là que l’idée des Gorgano est parfaite.Une bonne suite qui reprend tout ce qui fonctionne bien dans la série. Il y a une évolution notable dans l’intrigue, il y a des liens de plus en plus présent avec Nouveau monde. Il est indispensable de lire les deux séries en parallèle afin de réellement bien tout comprendre. Une lecture toujours aussi ludique et tranquille.

  • Lourin
    2019-05-06 14:31

    Zuri's Zargonnii is the second book of the Unearthly World Series. Unlike the first one, this one has more adventure and you learn more about the Zargonnii enemies and why they wish to kill humans. Zuri is stranded on a planet after leaving Earth in hopes of finding solace on the new world meant for humans. However, rogue Tonans and Gorgano's are killing of the little group and only 3 survivors (2 males, and 1 female) are found when Kobe is assigned to go find humans located on the planet.Kobe is the typical Zargonnii mercenary. He does what is needed of him and doesn't ask question or disobey a direct order. After meeting Zuri his world is turned upside down when he realizes his mating need is kicking up and she is the only female around to "Holiday" with. Throughout the book Zuri and Kobe learn more about each other and their cultures and fall in love (of course). One think I didn't like about this book was the fact the males of the planet are separated into North Zargonnii and South Zargonnii, therefore the North has no idea what the humans could mean for them or how they can help them become better warriors. You would think even though they are their own set of people, they would let the world know when they have found something to help them fight one of their greatest enemies and help them with female offsprings.

  • Rachel
    2019-05-14 13:04

    Not gonna lie, going into this I thought it was going to be shit.I was wrong (yeah, I can admit it)I laughed so hard at the beginning and loved their interactions with each other. I didn't read the first book, but there was enough explanation that I understood what was going on without being info dumped.As it went on the humor was still there, but it was more of a chuckle followed by an "awe" which was nice. Their relationship was so cute and him taking on human speech patterns made me smile for her. The writing was good, a lot better than I was expecting. It held enough detail for me and the relationships were nicely portrayed in a believable way. It was funny, sweet/adorable, and heart-warming. I loved it.Roam had a 2 page part, but I loved him. I want him to have his book

  • Kim
    2019-05-05 16:23


  • Anna
    2019-04-25 16:05

    2017 - Enjoyed the story a lot more the second time around, I like the Gorgano storyline and the Zargonnii warriors figuring humans out. Zuri is a pretty cool character and Kobe does everything he can for her. A good read.2014 - Again, not as good as the New World series although it was on par with the first book in this series. The Zargonnii are lovely males but I just find it difficult to find them at all attractive and therefore everything is toned down because of it.