Release Date: October 2011
E-book/Audio Books: 156/
She intentionally abducted him because of his skills as a warrior, but when the chance arose, he stole her for revenge.
Aylia is on a quest to get pregnant, and in the time-honored tradition of her people, she must kidnap a suitable male for the task. Seducing the reluctant warrior is harder than she expected, especially when her body turns traitor and melts at his touch. When he flips the situation around and takes her prisoner, he doesn’t just steal her body, he also takes her heart…and she might just have to kill him to get it back.
Being the scourge of the galaxy comes with consequences, like women wanting his body, but Jaro’s never had someone kidnap him for his seed. Fighting the female’s allure, the captive becomes the captor, and he learns that not all battles are fought using fists and knives.
Through the vastness of space, brothels, and unmentionable places in between, can this stubborn pair overlook their pride and past to come together?
Warning: This is a science fiction erotic romance, heavy on the romance with a humorous overtone. It contains explicit adult situations that some readers may find offensive. Reader discretion is advised.
Interesting take on an intentional abduction. Initially reading the title, I thought the female would be the one who was abducted, but after the first chapter, we see that Aylia is our abductee. Aylia has set out on her journey to find a donor, one that is hopefully willing to impregnate her, so that she may return to her people. Aylia is looking for the best of the best, the strongest male so that she may create a strong female. When Aylia comes across Jaro, she then decides that he is the male she needs.
Jaro, a strong strapping male, finds himself captured by Aylia, a human that was rescued by the Zonian species. In the Zonian species, the women are the successors, they hunt down males and have intercourse to repopulate their world.
This story is actually amusing. The idea of a petite human taking down a strong alien to use his body for her own personal gains, score one for the women! I actually enjoyed reading this one, the push and pull between Aylia and Jaro was cool to look at. Aylia did not disappoint, she was strong-willed, tough, fierce, but vulnerable at the same time. The two of them did become repetitive at one point, both mentioning how they were going to kill one another and or punish each other.
All in all, I enjoyed the story, I may continue the series, we’ll see.