- ARe Books
- Release Date
- October 2015
- Book 1 of Make A Wish
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
When you wish upon a star… it comes true in ways you never expected.
Make A Wish, Book 1
Ziang, a tentacled warrior from the planet Maz'Rar, has come to Earth to claim his most precious prize and start a new life. When an unforeseen accident results in a crash landing, his plan for a quick removal of the human Shawn lays in a twisted ruin at his feet, much like his shuttlecraft. If that isn't enough, the FBI is sniffing around.
Confronted by the very same alien who observed him since he wished on a shooting star as a child, Shawn finds his initial inability to communicate with Ziang leads to misunderstanding and fear. Forced to hide until rescue arrives, tensions mount. Shawn learns of Ziang's intentions of taking him as a mate. Ziang, on the other hand, is completely befuddled at Shawn's less than stellar response to said taking.
As they wait, a spark ignites. Turns out humans and Maz'Rarians are very compatible—tentacles and all. Shawn falls for the big alien he jokingly calls E.T. Now he must decide if he's willing to throw away all he knows to travel the stars with Ziang.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Nov 25, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
106 people found the following review helpful
A surprisingly light sci-fi romance, with tentacles aplenty.
When Shawn was young he noticed a strange light in the sky. Throughout his childhood and into his teenage years, this light consistently appeared and seemed to follow him. Once he was older, he had strange reactions to the light. Strange reactions as in he was suddenly majorly turned on at the sight of it. Turns out, that was Ziang's intention.
Ziang's the alien that was following Shawn since he was small. He had chosen him as a mate, then watched and waited until the time was right. Now that they'd met, he had to convince Shawn to go to his home planet with him. Of course, he was taking Shawn with him whether he agreed or not.
So, did ya see the cover? All those tentacles? Well, Ziang definitely knows how to use those tentacles and plays Shawn's body like a fiddle. They did all sorts of interesting things, all at the same time. Yeah, this book gets an A+ for the tentacle sex.
Other than the hotness, there wasn't much substance to Shawn and Ziang's story. Shawn lived a somewhat lonely life, so he didn't need all that much convincing from Ziang. Their romance was rather easy. For a sci-fi romance, it was very fluffy and light. Other than there being aliens around, there wasn't much world building. I usually like more development in my sc-fi, but the tentacles made up for it.
NIGHTTIME WISHES is recommended for sci-fi and erotica fans alike. It was very enjoyable and I especially enjoyed the end, and am excited to read the sequel.
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