by Honey Phillips
Released: September 27th 2018
Series: Alien Abduction #1
“If you’re looking for a sci fi romance with a dominant alien hero, then look no further than Anna and the Alien.”
~ Under the Covers
Waking up in a cage, enslaved and surrounded by aliens is not Anna’s idea of a great holiday. Unfortunately that’s exactly what has happened. Her survival now depends on her skills at keeping Jakkar, the injured and golden male in the cell across from her alive. Jakkar is huge and obviously a warrior and Anna can’t help her body’s arousal every time she gets near him. Especially when he seems determined to claim her. When the aircraft they’re on crash lands on an unknown planet they must all depend on Jakkar for survival.
If you’re looking for a sci fi romance with a dominant alien hero, then look no further than Anna and the Alien. Jakkar is a take control kind of guy, even when he’s half dead and bolted to the floor of a cage. And seducing and keeping Anna has just become his number one priority. Luckily, Anna seems to be on board with this plan as just looking at the sexy golden alien makes her want to ride him into the sunset.
This romance was more on the erotic side compared to most of the romances I read, so I would definitely recommend this if you like your romances to be red hot. Especially if you like your hero to be dominant and demanding in the bedroom. The sex scenes, of which there were quite a few, were great Phillips certainly knows how to get you all hot and bothered.
However, to enable myself to enjoy this book I did have to try really hard to not think about certain things. For example, if I had just been kidnapped by hostile aliens about to sell me into sex slavery, I probably wouldn’t be getting horny looking at the unconscious but undeniably hot guy in the next cell over. But I understand the author wanted to get across their overwhelming chemistry, I guess I wasn’t quite buying it.
But, I did enjoy this book. Granted it didn’t set my world alight and it had more sex in it than I usually prefer; however, it was still a lot of fun to read. Phillips also intrigued me with some of her secondary characters, especially the scarred and fierce Dragar. When I fancy reading some extra sexy alien romance, I know I’ll be picking up the next book.
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