Friday, December 3, 2021

Alien Bond by Tracy Lauren [Review]

Alien Bond (Alien #5) by Tracy Lauren
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
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Date read: October 18, 2020

1. Alien Instinct
2. Alien Bride
3. Alien Ascension
4. Alien Gift
5. Alien Bond - Kindle
6. Alien Surrender
7. Alien Attraction
8. Alien Holiday
9. Alien Prison

Tracy Lauren
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
My life on Earth was falling apart. I had just lost my mother to a short and sudden battle with cancer and was still struggling to recover when my husband decided to inform me that he was leaving me for another woman. Couldn’t get much worse than that, right?

Wrong. Because then I was abducted by aliens.

I got lucky though, my story had a happy ending. Me and the other girls, we got rescued and taken to a beautiful planet to live deep in an uninhabited rainforest. As far as alien abductions go, it was all fairly picturesque. And that’s how I got a fresh start in life. Fresh except for my baggage, of course. But I’m an optimist and this time around I’m determined to get things right, to find my own happiness in life… Hell, maybe I’ll even find a little romance.

When one sexy, golden alien takes notice of me I think I’ve found what I’m looking for. But then his brother becomes smitten as well and that’s when things start to get messy. I’m not looking to enter a love triangle. I know the pain of a broken heart and I refuse to be the cause of one—or two, as the case may be. The only thing? Sharing my affection doesn’t seem to bother these guys. As a matter of fact, sharing seems to be their goal.
Thoughts on Alien Bond: Gile, Mire, and Mel are up next in the romance department. Mel's got some issues. Mire's got some issues. And Gile is...well, he's pretty easy going in the issues department, so at least they have that going for them.

One of their biggest hurdles is Mel coming to terms with being in a relationship with two aliens. Well, it's not the alien part that's the problem. It's the two part. Because it's been ingrained that two is one too many and she has to figure things out in her head before they can make a go of it.

The guys? They're cool with them as a threesome. Well, they're cool with the three of them together. If Mire wasn't so closed off because of past events (not of a romantic nature, simply the "I had to watch my brother die and it really blew and I don't want to put myself in the position of having to experience that sort of heartache again" nature), they probably would have barreled through Mel's objections even faster. Like I said, Mire had a few issues to work through. But they get there. Eventually.

Meanwhile, there's tension among the humans and the abducted women are trying to find their place in this new world. A quick hop off-planet, a fight or two, and some sexy times with two hunky aliens. GOOD STUFF!

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