Posts labeled Kidnapped by Aliens

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Review - Zercy by Kora Knight

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Spoiler alert: If you haven't read the first book of this series, there's no way to review this installment without revealing key developments of the previous volume. Having been sold by their captors to the Kríe king, Alec and his team have to adjust to life in the palace as “pets” of King Zercy, who has taken a special liking to Alec. The team captain is determined to fend off the king's advances while holding out hope of a rescue party reaching them.

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Review - Declared by Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes

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Wesley is a talented software developer, working on video games. But his work is mostly on short term contracts that never turn into full time jobs, so he lives from contract to contract with hardly anything saved up and no idea how he's going to pay the mortgage on the house he inherited from his parents. In a way, getting kidnapped by big blue aliens may be the best thing to happen to the young man who has always dreamed of exploring the stars.

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Review - The Aliens' Mate by Delaney Rain

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Lucian, “Luc”, is kidnapped by aliens along with three earth women. They are held captive on a space ship along with two other aliens, who seem to be attracted to Luc, even though he can't understand anything they say. When an opportunity to escape presents itself, the aliens prove quite useful in freeing Luc and the other humans, and getting them off the ship. They all survive a crash landing on a nearby planet, and Luc gets attracted to them more and more.

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Review - Kríe Captivity by Kora Knight

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Alec is leading a scientific team to explore a newly discovered planet, but things go wrong before they can even land when their ship is attached by flying creatures who force them to crash. The team's luck seems to change when they encounter one of the humanoid natives, Gesh, who seems friendly enough. That is, until Gesh feeds them some delicious fruit that has some strong aphrodisiac effects. Before they know it, the team finds themselves hostages of Gesh and his friends, who assure the earth men that the fruit's effects won't end until the men have sex Gesh or his friends.

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Review - Left Hand of Dog by SI Clarke

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In an effort to reinvent herself, Lem moves to Canada with her dog Spock. The “new” Lem has adventures, only “kidnapped by aliens” wasn't exactly what she had in mind, let alone kidnapped by bounty-hunting bunnies. That's just the start of a mind-bending journey through space with Spock and Lem's new found friends. “Left Hand of Dog” is not so much space opera as space farce. While it's a bit silly, the story isn't so over the top as to not be somewhat believable.

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