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Review: Barbarian’s Redemption (Ice Planet Barbarians #12) by Ruby Dixon

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Review: Barbarian’s Redemption (Ice Planet Barbarians #12) by Ruby DixonBarbarian's Redemption by Ruby Dixon
Series: Ice Planet Barbarians #12
on February 6, 2017
Pages: 262
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited

For seasons, I have waited for her - my perfect mate.

In a tribe full of happy couples, I am alone. But I am not content to remain this way. There are no eligible unmated females left, so I will do whatever it takes to bring females back to our tribe...even if it means doing something wrong. Even if it means I must purchase my mate on the intergalactic black market. I will do anything to possess her, to claim her as my own.

But will my ruthless move turn my female against me before we ever meet? Can she ever forgive a male that bought her freedom?


“Bek, I never had a home before I got here. I was never safe. You are my home. You are my safe. I’m with you forever.” – 80% Barbarian’s Redemption

Barbarian’s Redemption is book twelve in the Ice Planet Barbarians series by Ruby Dixon.

Dixon did well in her redemption of Bek, who has been a jerk in the past. And now we get to see inside his head. See his grumpy jerky self and see that there is more to him. 

It’s been eight years since the first humans arrived on the ice planet. Bek is still mateless and he’s desperate. He does the unthinkable and asks the visitors to their planet to bring back five human females, but what he doesn’t know is that the only human females available are the ones you can buy on the slave market. Things don’t go as planned for Bek and he finds himself ostracized from his tribe. 

The pure and innocent sa-khui do not understand the concept of slavery. These five women who are brought to this ice planet have been in slavery for many years and are traumatized. When they meet these big blue horned aliens they don’t feel safe. They feel like they will suffer again. 

As always we have some issues to resolve. We see Ellie has some major defense mechanisms to cope with her abuse. It’s understandable, but did; become a bit old. We see Bek change his tune and his jerky self; becomes sweet. All around their romance was agreeable.

Barbarian’s Redemption was another entertaining and adorable read in the Ice Planet Barbarians series. 

Rated: 4 Stars

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2 thoughts on “Review: Barbarian’s Redemption (Ice Planet Barbarians #12) by Ruby Dixon

    1. This series has been fun. I got hooked on it a few years back and whenever I get KU I start it back up. I liked the redemption story. It worked and was well done. The blue aliens are fun and sexy. Thank’s for visiting!

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