Alien Abduction by Jaide Fox

Alien Abduction

byJaide Fox

Kobo ebook | October 3, 2013

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Ebony Raines despised being abducted by aliens--especially when those aliens turned out to be men just like those on Earth, except for being even more domineering and even more insufferable and even more driven to spend their lives screwing their brains out (and those of every female they could find.)

When she was chosen to be in the cruel king’s harem, she thought her life would be over as she was initiated into the life of a sex slave…until the day she stumbles across two freedom fighters—one who is the exiled twin brother of the evil king.

When they kidnap Ebony and her harem sisters for their own purposes, they get more than they bargained for from the troublemaking Ebony--and perhaps just the ally they need to truly change their world.

Rating: Novel—68,000+ words. Contains graphic adult content, sexual situations, adult language, mild violence and sex with multiple men/threesome. Futuristic Romance with Alpha heroes that is a sequel to Alien Captive but is a standalone novel. Also contains an excerpt from an upcoming Fantasy Romance: Mating Rights.

Title:Alien AbductionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Jaide FoxLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301264857

ISBN - 13:9781301264858

Customer Reviews of Alien Abduction

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ummm?! The first half and more of this book was a bit drawn out. I didn't feel that the main character had much "character", I felt she was a continuation of her sister but a little more annoying-at first. The plot wasn't bad, but it needs more work. Some things just did not make sense- you're left to come to your own terms on certain aspects. The decisions and actions of characters made no sense until nearing the end...but the "big reveal" got clouded by the events, actions, decisions of characters-too much of a disconnect a lot of "that goes with out saying" moments...I don't think this book is better than the first but I still read it because it was a sequel. I'm not sure what the third book could possibly be about.
Date published: 2015-03-27