Plump Diana is ironing her underwear when the hottest blue babe in all of the galaxy appears in her living room. Did she forget to mention he was naked too? Abducted, decontaminated and dressed like a harem girl, she’s been chosen to become the hunky alien’s mate. Kor asked his ancestors to find him a biddable, docile mate, instead they found him Diana–a curvy, argumentative earthling who sets his pulse pounding and his loins on fire. He might be an alien who doesn’t understand the meaning of love, but he sure knows what he feels is more than lust.
I have a thing for aliens and even though this could’ve been more romantic, it was pretty nice for a short read!
I liked reading how things went with our human: Diana and her alien mate: Kor. I can be a huge fan of inta love but I liked that Diana wasn’t very keen on having an alien as her mate and calling her his. He had to actually take her on a date before she said yes.
Diana made a lot of interesting questions and hopefully they’ll made the aliens change some things. Like, what’s with the thing with if your mate dies you have to mate with his immediate family, like his brother?? I’d rather ran away or do something stupid to get hell away from that situation.
Kor is a good character but he didn’t wake any strong feelings in me. I just feel like it needed more ‘aww’ content. He was just pretty plain to me. Maybe certain characters have ruined me?
Kor really should’ve done some research before he met Diana. Things could’ve been so much easier for them. He could’ve even asked his parents for advice. There was so many ways he could’ve gone with, and none of them is the way he actually did. You’d think he’d have been more worried about Diana not accepting him, if women are either dead or unable to have children in his planet.
Am I the only one that’s wondering about all the people Diana left in Earth? We know she had an asshole as ex-boyfriend (what else is new in fiction?) but how about her friends and family?
For erotica book this was pretty good, but romance should’ve been better for it to deserve four stars.