- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- February 2012
- Book 2 of Alien Sex Ed
Erotic Romance, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic
As a Duosien, Katra'Ruma needs a perfectly controlled lover to hit her two T-spots and trigger her orgasm. Unfortunately, the only man she's found who can do that is an overbearing, egotistical, irritating Brachoi male named Krux. Sure his four arms come in handy and are as arousing as his lickable cherry-toned skin, but the man drives her crazy. Out of bed, they do nothing but snipe at each other—or is that just foreplay?
Used to casual sex, Whitt discovers he's in over his head when he falls for Spri, a Litting woman who considers lovemaking a sacred rite as binding as marriage. He should be running the other way. Instead, he finds himself seeing just how far he can push things before taking that final plunge.
May 21, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
158 people found the following review helpful
This book is pretty much as the title tells it – two separate stories about couples of a different species. The author managed to explore some colorful characters in a witty way and bring the reader into her world of imaginative alien sex.
The first story is about Krux, a red-skinned Brachoimale with four hands. He's cocky, confident and knows exactly what he wants. His eyes are set on Katra, a Duosien who can't achieve an orgasm unless in the hands of an expert lover who is not only capable when it comes to durability, but also needs skill to hit her two T-spots.
I thought their story was funny and interesting with a lot of bits and pieces that gave the characters certain depth. They were not just described drones without any personality but rather feisty and very sexual. I can say their romance hit the spot with me.
The second story is about Whitt who really likes Spri. Right from the start I could tell this was a different type of story when compared to the first one, but I hoped for the same intriguing alien aspects and a deep romance. Unfortunately I pretty much hated it. Whitt was so pushy and reminded me of someone who only ever had rushed teenage sex. He even used the phrase ‘Let me put the head in. Just the head.'
No, I really couldn't like him and his insistence and overall behavior when it came to Spri – a Litting woman who doesn't believe in casual sex but rather bonds for life, was degrading to a point and I honestly have no idea what she even saw in him.
I wish I had read the first book in the series because I find the whole concept of alien sex interesting and full of possibilities. With this story I saw two sides of an author, one style that I really liked and the other that wasn't to my taste at all. But I'm sticking to thinking her idea is amazing and her series is likely to be a big success.
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