Reader Abduction by Eve Langlais

Reader Abduction

byEve Langlais

Kobo ebook | May 9, 2016

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An alien fantasy brought to life...

It should have been a simple volunteer job. Keep the events for the Romancing the Capital convention running smooth. But from the moment Brigitte lays eyes on the male model dipped in purple, hired for the galactic party, she is thrown into a tizzy—mostly because of his stolen kiss.

Imagine her shock once she realizes he’s not an actor. This purple alien is for real!

And Phyr didn’t come to RTC alone. He brought a bunch of his mercenary friends to help him abduct all the single ladies. These readers are about to go on a galactic adventure wilder than anything they’ve ever read in a book—and hotter than anything they could have imagined.


Title:Reader AbductionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 9, 2016Publisher:Eve LanglaisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927459923

ISBN - 13:9781927459928

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reader Abduction I laughed out loud so many times while reading this that I had to go sit in a room alone until I was done. This tale was priceless on so many levels. Langlais’ vibrant and at times snarky writing suits her characters perfectly. Her alien mercenaries are sizzling hot with personalities that both annoy and endear you to them. Because of the different (yet completely catchy) vibe and plot of this story the heroine does have a bit of a different feel from many of Langlais’ characters, but it fits perfectly into this story. That said, having read the rest of the series is a must to get the full enjoyment out of this tale. I love the anatomical differences and compatibilities between humans and the warriors of Aressotle. It allows everyone to stand out without making things just plain too odd to grasp. This was the perfect dose of purple to make your day. As with all of Langlais’ work it was fun and exciting as a trip out of this world.
Date published: 2016-05-10