Claiming Their Human

Eva Evans
Claiming Their Human
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
November 2013
ISBN
9781771306249
Series
Book 1 of Alient Experiment
Genre
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

SUMMARY
Caleb hates the fact his small fishing town has turned into a tourist trap. After an alleged alien sighting near the marina, everyone is trying to make money off the spectacle. Overnight vendors and obtrusive billboards replace the beautiful views of the ocean. It isn't until two muscular men drag him to their spacecraft that he second guesses his beliefs.

Zane and Kross have traveled across the galaxy to find their human mate. They've been searching for years, so when they find Caleb, they're beyond thrilled. One thing they didn't plan on was his reluctance to their abduction. But they won't leave Earth without their human.

Caleb soon realizes he has nothing of value left on Earth. His gorgeous alien captors promise him love, excitement, and the best sex he's ever had. Somewhere along the way to their planet, he decides their new ménage relationship is actually a blessing in disguise.

Be Warned: m/m sex, ménage sex (MMM), rimming

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Dec 10, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
96 people found the following review helpful
We are not alone. Aliens do abduct and they love to anally probe their abductees.

Caleb doesn't believe in aliens even if his entire small community is buying into it and hawking gaudy alien knickknacks. Imagine his surprise when he is confronted with two large males instead of a tiny green men.

Caleb is a guy with no motivation wandering aimlessly in life. He feels a bit lost and alone. Zane and Kross are sexy Mandorian who are searching for the third in their triad. They need this third person to reproduce; Caleb is their third.

The world building in this story is very sketchy. I love space opera so I'm expecting a little more. The backstory of why the Mandorians need to find mates outside of their planet is nothing new. It would be nice to learn more about what happened. It seems glossed over.

The plot is loosely constructed and simplistic. The story could really go two directions to make it richer. Either spend more time with world building or character development. Still, the story is an easy read with sweet uncomplicated characters. There is little conflict and an easy happily ever after.

Recommended for m/m romance lovers who enjoy ménage with studly aliens.
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