Review: Lost in Barbarian Space by Anna Hackett

Title: Lost in Barbarian Space

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Phoenix Adventures #7

Genre: SciFi

Pages: 165

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Agent Honor Brandall is a security agent for the Institute of Historical Preservation’s expedition ships. When she is sent to the barbarian world of Markaria, she doesn’t expect to find herself attracted to the brawny barbarian Colm Mal Kor. 

This was another action packed adventure. While these two were not part of the Phoenix family, I still enjoyed their relationship and the adventure they took.  Honor is a very strong woman who wasn’t afraid to stand up to a controlling barbarian. I liked her and thought she was a good heroine. 

Colm is another controlling and protective barbarian who is determined to win Honor over, but only for a short time. He was determined to keep his feelings out of their relationship but fate had other plans. I understood his reasoning for not committing but also thought it was dumb of him to refuse help when they had access to high tech medical aid. 

My favorite part of this book though was seeing Nik and Nera again. It was great to see how their relationship has evolved since their book and how the new positions were going for them. Overall, a good addition to the series but I really can’t wait to see the rest of the Phoenix siblings fall in love. 


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.5 Among Galactic Ruins
#1 At Star’s End
#2 In the Devil’s Nebula
#3 On A Rogue Planet
#3.5 Beneath a Trojan Moon
#4 Beyond Galaxy’s Edge
#4.5 On a Cyborg Planet
#5 Return to Dark Earth
#6 On a Barbarian World


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