- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2015
- Book 2 of Coalition Mates
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
Talia Booth finds herself kidnapped from her home planet of Earth while hiking and wakes up in an auctioning facility on a strange planet surrounded by aliens. Luckily she catches the eye of a couple of beautiful men who are familiar with her species and they decide to rescue her from a dreadful fate.
Asher Rhodan and Grae Derhsavve have been looking for a third to complete their relationship and start a family and when they see Talia, they both know she's the one. All they have to do now is convince her that a relationship with both of them is possible.
The Prince and the dragon may not be the type of males that Talia is used to, but before long she finds their attention and steamy teasing impossible to resist. Asher's complicated family situation threatens to destroy the new happiness the trio has found. Can Talia let go of her inhibitions and let herself love the men that destiny has brought her to?
Oct 04, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
203 people found the following review helpful
The whole kidnapped-from-Earth trope is one of my favourite sci-fi hooks. Bizarrely enough, I love the notion that a normal human woman gets snatched away, is terrified, and then, somehow manages to get a happy-ever-after out of the deal by the end of the book.
Hope over adversity, I guess, and in TALIA'S MATCH, we get that in buckets.
Talia is just a normal woman, until she gets snatched by aliens looking to auction her off. Fortunately for her, two rather cool dudes are attending the auction by chance, as they're anti-slavery, and they purchase her once they feel the connection between them all, as well as pity for her circumstances.
A prince and a dragon for heroes... well, need I say more other than hot stuff?
My sole issue with this book was the length. There were bits and pieces, scenes that I felt could have been explored so much more. The sex was hot, and the characters were well-rounded, but because of the length, the story wasn't as deeply expanded as I'd have liked.
That doesn't detract from the fact that it was a really enjoyable read though. I'd read the other books in the series, and I did like how the first book was referenced in this story.
A smexy sci-fi!
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