Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Review: Alien Embrace by Tracy St. John

Alien Embrace
by: Tracy St. John
$5.50 ebook
New Concepts Publishing
Sci-Fi Erotica
Released: December 2010

All Amelia wants to do is escape from her bitter past on Earth, and it's tyrannical religious puritan government. After traveling to the planet Plasius, she's finally free to relax and work on her paintings. At a party to honor one of her paintings, she sees a clan of three Kalquorians. While she finds them attractive, she's been told to stay away from them. Rumor has it their species is dying, and the only way to save themselves is to find a compatible species to mate with.

When they corner her later that evening, she's terrified, not sure what they want with her. They only want to show her all the pleasures of the flesh, pleasures her government and upbringing taught her were sinful. They kidnap her, intending to claim her as their mate, but Amelia has other ideas.

Can Amelia get over her strict upbringing long enough to possibly find true happiness with the Kalquorians, or will it keep her from attaining the one thing she's wanted most—true acceptance.

All I can say is, get out the hose, because this book set me on fire. I've only been reading erotica for the past couple months, and this one was a scorcher. The great thing is, it was well written. Tracy St. John was able to keep my attention through the whole story, without getting that repetitive feeling you sometimes get with lots of sex scenes. Her version of Earth was very creative. On Earth, you are only allowed to have sex after you're married, and only to have kids. Anything else is harshly punished, often resulting in death. Sex is viewed as dirty and sinful, and those are the lessons that had been pounded into poor Amelia's head. No wonder she had such hang ups about sex. But with the patience of the Kalquorians, she just might be able to overcome them.
Anyone who's looking for a bone melting erotica with aliens and a little bit of BDSM should give this book a try.

Carla gives this book a

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