About the book (from Amazon listing):
I broke the rules and stole an auction item from her buyers.
Because somehow, they’d managed to abduct a Gryfala princess.
Though… she doesn’t look, or act, or sound quite like I thought one of her kind would.
But I’m merely a Rakhii gladiator; this is the closest I’ve actually ever been to a princess.
I’d be considered lucky indeed if she chose me to guard her.
Instead, I want more.
I need her to claim me.
Because she doesn’t know it, but now I can’t let her go.
Woke up in a freaking auction pen.
With no coffee.
But there were aliens. And they didn’t bid on me out of the goodness of their hearts.
Then this nice alien showed up in the nick of time, but he keeps referring to me as “Princess” and I’m starting to worry what he’ll do when he finds out that there’s been a little case of mistaken identity, that I’m not royalty - see, I’m not even whatever alien he mistook me for…
I’m just a human.
****Content warning: For readers 18 years and older Contains explicit sexual situations, dark themes, sensitive subjects, and violence. Despite happenings inside this story not being entirely sunshine and roses, this couple gets their sweet Happily Ever After ♥
Science Fiction Romance is one of my guilty addictions, and Stolen by an Alien was by far one of the best I've read to date.
Ms. Milo's world building is fantastic - her hero, by the way, isn't humanoid and her heroine is so very human (where would I be without my coffee, especially if I woke up on another planet?).
The two cannot communicate for at least a third of the story. Why would they be able to? They're entirely different species. And our poor hero... He's mistaken his human prize for yet another species. While the action is intense and the tension is palpable, I spent at least half the book rolling in laughter-tears.
The love-scenes in the book are HOT... Maybe not Fire Demon hot (see my review of Brittany Pate's Fire's Kiss for that), but they definitely rock.
I'll be purchasing the rest of the series in the very near future, because I'd love to see how some of the other women mentioned in the story came to their fates.
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Update December 17, 2017:
Book 2 is DONE! My review will be live on the website Dec. 28, 2017 here. (I apologize for the delay, folks. I slated this as early as I could, with blog tours, cover reveals and previously slated book reviews).
Update December 27, 2017:
Book 3 is also DONE! My review for Won by an Alien will be live on the website Jan. 4, 2018, here. (Again, I apologize for the delay.