Thursday, December 9, 2010

Review: Abducting Alice by Angela Castle

Abducting Alice
Warriors of Kelon #1
by: Angela Castle
$4.99 ebook
Whiskey Creek Press Torrid
Sci-Fi / Erotica
Released: January 2011

Alice is a bit of an odd duck among those who know her.  A geologist, she'd much rather be working with her rocks than spending time with men.  While on a dig, a meteor strikes not far from her.  At the crash site, she finds a small capsule.  Picking it up, she suddenly finds herself in a strange place, about to be sold as a sex slave at an alien auction.  But just as all seems lost, she's rescued by a tall, dark and hunky warrior, who claims her as his own and takes her back to his home planet of Kelon.  As she gets settled in, she's suddenly confronted with an enemy, one who's been lurking in the shadows, waiting for his chance at payback.

Human abduction stories where the woman is sold as a sex slave, only to be bought by a hunky guy who saves her and treats her right are always fun to read.  I was a bit surprised that Alice didn't put up more of a fight, but it does kind of fit with her character.  The book was well put together, and I didn't have any problems or any questions as I read it. 

Carla gives this book a

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