Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Review: Amanda's Amorous Aliens

Amanda's Amorous Aliens
by Rachel Clark
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Sci-Fi Erotica / Menage
Released: October 2012


Forget the fact that it was supposed to be the most important day in her life, ignore the evidence that someone sabotaged her test flight and years of hard work, and don’t even mention that it’s her goddamn birthday…

Aliens? Seriously?

But…hmmm… Ripped, gorgeous, deliciously sexy aliens…yumm-oh.

Karriak-Sektannen wanted to be alone. He didn’t want, need, or welcome a female intruder, and with his time of telkobar close he didn’t need the distraction. And, if he had the choice over again, he’d buy a less sarcastic computer. Stupid pretend-personality programs…

Amanda Hasbro has no choice—she’s stuck here until the rift in time reopens. Karriak-Sektannen is an interesting time-filling distraction, and things just get more fun when his brothers arrive.

With a smart-ass computer that seems determined to undermine their resistance, can four alien brothers resist the adventurous and sexy human long enough to send her home?


A cute sweet love story, with a bit of a different take (gene splitting, smiles) I scratched my head and actually re-read that part over. An easy read for lovers of Science Fiction, just about the right length.

I so adored the sassy computer!

The story line was good, just for the length it seemed a bit disjointed. The characters were fun and I liked their interaction with each other. Amanda was pretty accepting as the story goes on, it will show why she accepted the way she did. The men larger than life sexy and passionate toward, her needs always making sure she was pleased and unharmed. There were some hot scenes that made it all come together. Though the story didn't “knock” my socks off, it was worth reading. Go for it and enjoy!

Daria gives this book a

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