Book One of the Zoctornyia Series: Vultar's Heart, Body and Soul Mate

Rated 4.57/5 based on 7 reviews
This is series one of Vultar's Heart, Body and Soul Mate. I have put together parts one thru four. With a short description of the races in this series. Also some details of the world of Zoctornyia and a sneak peak at the begin of Malver Part one. More
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About Beth Wright

I love to write, even when I was little writing was something I enjoyed to the fullest. :D I also enjoy reading as well. Together my husband and I have six beautiful children. So every chance I get to write, I take it. If you could please leave a comment under the short story you have decided to read, I need to know that you want more of that series :D

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Reviews of Book One of the Zoctornyia Series: Vultar's Heart, Body and Soul Mate by Beth Wright

Lakinda Holloway reviewed on Nov. 6, 2012

Loved each and every part,I just wish they all came in one book.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Frances Cintron reviewed on March 16, 2012

I just discovered this author, and let me tell you, I'm sooo looking forward to her next work. She's very inventive and imaginative and has good story lines. The only thing is.... SHE LEAVES YOU WANTING MORE, MORE, MOOOOOORRRREEE!!!!! I've already read almost all her work in her Vultar and Zoctornyia worlds' series and I'm pulling my hair waiting for the new stories to be published. I hope they come out soon!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Lynne Stevie reviewed on Nov. 27, 2011

Wow, this is a great read. I am not normally a fan of otherworld fantasies, but this hooks you from the very first word. My only complaint is that I want more! It was over too quickly. I will definitely be ordering more in this series.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Proserpine reviewed on Nov. 9, 2011

Beth Wright has really succeeded to hook me up with the first part of her novel: Vultar's Heart body and Soul Mate! The author is really a good creator: her world is filled up with mysterious creature half-human, half-reptilian. This half thing didn't bother me and I'm not an Alien lover so that does really impress me. Even if some part of her story is pretty strange and unbelievable, I was eager to know what would happen to the main characters and the evolution of the story. So that's a big plus for me!

First of all: Setianna or Elisabeth (human name) is kidnapped by some men (who are they anyway???) in her own house. She wakes up in a dungeon with a bunch of creature half human/reptilian but she's not scared and she trusted them already (weirdo but ok the guy seems to be super hot so I wouldn't be scare either!). She ended up on a planet or a world that she doesn't even know a fuck about and she's not worried or scared to death. And she doesn't even think that she is dreaming (That's my favourite part of Setianna's personality, because there's one thing that bores me and it's when female characters in PNR or UF books start to think they are into a dream and everything around them aren't real... come on ...) But that doesn't happens in this story and makes me love it even more!

Second: Setianna had a family on Earth? She almost doesn't noticed or cared if she never see them anymore but everything is going so fast in this story that I can understand she doesn't have the time to think about it!

Setianna is a strange female character, she doesn't ask a lot of question but she's able to trust everyone from this creepy world. She's beautiful and she seems to be an intelligent woman and a strong person but she doesn't seem to be able to analyze her surrounding. I like her but I would love to learn or know more about her and her past. Maybe in the next book?

Vultar's a great characters, he only got eyes for Setianna. He wants to protect her and make her happy. He seems to be an amazing warrior, great leader and handsome man/reptilian. Everything a woman would like about a man except for the serpent part of is body but who cares?!

I really enjoy the new world, creature, habits and rules on this planet. Like I said I'm not an Alien story lover but this one really surprises me and I wasn't disappointed! I love to find new style and this story really gives me something different. The plot and the actions aren't something I never read but the whole setup is very interesting.
I would like to have more specific or detail sex scenes (ok I'm not a nympho but I want some crunchiest part of these scenes!) I want to feel that I could be with them in the room.

The one thing that really bother me and that's why I couldn't give a 5/5 rating is the space and time line. I read other book reviews and I found that this also bother other readers. Everything happens so fast and on a timeline that can't exist, we readers are sometime lost in that timeline and even Setianna doesn't seem to notice or doesn't care at all!

I really like the style and fluidity of the author. I love her creativity and imagination and she's got a lot of them! And I think that if you try this book you will be surprise too!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Brittany Carrigan reviewed on Oct. 30, 2011

First off I have to say that this is not usually a type of book that I would get "into" since the whole "other worlds" thing doesn't really float my boat, but holy moly! I was hooked from the beginning lines so I'm so glad I was lucky enough to receive this short story ebook from the Author after reading Part 1 of the series.
It starts out with Elizabeth going in the basement after hearing noises and being knocked out cold by the 3 guys down there. She ends up in a dungeon where she meets Vultar (swoon!!!) and his son Tronarc, whose "people" end up breaking all of them out of the jail. In the process Vultar completely mesmerizes Elizabeth (and me!) and tells her that they are soul-mates, that his name for her is Setiana, and that he will never let any harm come to her. There are many twists and turns, including Setiana's pregnancy/childbirth and many battles. It is action packed from start to finish! This short story is definitely an amazingly unique find :)
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Jennifer Smith reviewed on Oct. 26, 2011

This was a really fun read. I enjoyed it and it left me wanting to read other works by Beth Wright. I would recommend this book to everyone. You won't be disappointed :)
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Crystal Trent Dotson reviewed on Oct. 17, 2011

Elizabeth finds herself chained in a cell , trying to figure out how she got there , when she meets Vultar a tall handsome creature that she soon learns is her soul mate. Once they are rescued from the dungeon, she learns of her new life with Vultar. She is taken to her new beautiful village. After fighting off another races leader that wants her for himself , she is in a deep sleep for four days , but once she finally comes to , she is in the loving arms of Vultar. She is still learning the ways of her new life ,when she becomes preagnant , but she soon finds out it is not going to be like a normal human preagnancy nor will her babies lives be like human babies. Elizabeth , or Setiana, which is her new name ,may not be strong enough to deal with only having her babies for a short time , the attacks of Baltarna , and learning she has more than one Tellianar.
This is a Great series , it has so many twists and unexpected turns that you will find yourself in the world of Zoctornyia , and being fascinated with all the amazing characters.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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