- Ever Night Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2014
- Book 1 of Warriors of Hades
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
Rylan, Zarek, and Soran come from a planet of fire and stone. One known as hell itself. They are violent warriors, born and trained to be killers. But they need to breed, and with no females to claim on their planet, they must purchase one at the auctions.
Be Warned: menage sex (MFMM), anal sex, spanking, voyeurism
Tessa is a human—an almost extinct race. After she is captured by slave traders, she is thrust upon an auction block. But one male seems intent on having her, and makes it known she is his. He is a giant with fire-colored skin, black soulless eyes, and onyx-tipped wings. It is only when she is inside Rylan's lair that Tessa realizes it isn't one warrior that wants her, but his twin brothers, too. Can she accept her fate and the fact the three alien males are intent on breeding with her?
Apr 08, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
99 people found the following review helpful
In a world where humans are going extinct, Tessa is captured and sold off to an alien species. Tessa doesn't know if she will be food or servant. To her surprise, she's neither. She is purchased by a warrior from an inhospitable world to be bred. Not only is Rylan going to screw her silly, his younger twin brothers are going to take turns to impregnate her, too.
This is a pretty straightforward story of alien breeding. Humans in this world are little more than just tasty animals. All other aliens agree they are stupid and weak. It is surprising that strong large aliens would want to mate with a tiny little female, but apparently the lush curves and pretty eyes is attractive.
While this could have been a non-con gang bang rape story, it's actually a sweet story of mating. Three brothers decide to care for a human and treat her to orgasm after orgasm. For those who enjoy stories with every hole filled, this is one which meets that criteria. There isn't much to this story other than the sex with a happily ever after. Recommended for readers who enjoy alien breeding themes.
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