Dual Abduction

Alien Abduction, #3

I’ve enjoyed Brax and Xarn in the previous two books in this series, and I was thrilled they were going to get their own story. As they do everything together it’s no shock they fall in love with the same woman. With their usual cluelessness they stumble through one crisis after another, emerging the victor. Then they encounter Louisa and her brood of students and are suddenly left feeling incapable. As well, they must compete with one another for her affections and that is NOT something they are familiar with. But really, why must they compete?

Louisa isn’t happy with her life but it’s the only one she has. Until she’s forcibly removed from Earth she had no idea there were other options. And while men never treated her as a goddess, they also never lined up. She’s not quite sure what to do with the two purple warriors who seem so enamored. She can only have one, or so she thinks. How delicious would it be to have both?

Guilty Pleasure Alert! Brax and Xarn are adorable and when they turn on the charm they are undeniable. I loved the cameos from the previous book’s main characters and the promise of another in the series yet to come. The author does an awesome job combining steamy eroticism, space adventure, and laugh out loud humor to concoct a totally unique reading experience. Not to be missed.


Book Blurb for Dual Abduction

They both wanted her. The question was, could they share her?

Abducted by alien slavers, along with her group of teenage misfits, Louisa doesn’t think her week can get any stranger until two big purple warriors arrive to the rescue—and then fight over who gets to keep her. Not interested in a winner, she clobbers them, but when they regain consciousness, they’re even more determined to claim her.

Best friends, Brax and Xarn, share everything; loot, jobs, trouble, until they come across a luscious human that stirs their possessive side. Their battle over who gets to keep her ends in a tie due to matching concussions, but what’s a bruise or two when it comes to winning her as a mate. When she keeps denying them both, they put aside their rivalry to team up and claim the one they want.


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2012 4.50