Aliens Actually: A Nocturne Falls Universe Collection

Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
Series: Alienn, Arkansas, Book 2.75, Nocturne Falls, Book 2.75
Length: 12 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.4 out of 5 stars (55 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Pilot. Guard. Prisoner... Stowaway. All are crashed in the Georgia woods, lost on a world where aliens are the stuff of science fiction. And what if the locals are far from human themselves? 

Close Encounters of the Alien Kind
Stella Grey’s mission was simple: Locate the downed ship in the Georgia woods. Secure the prisoner. And keep the earthlings from learning that aliens live among them, namely in Alienn, Arkansas. Prisoner Draeken Phoenix is also the dangerously delicious man she left behind on Alpha-Prime to start a new life on Earth. 

Invasion of the Alien Snatchers
Riker Phoenix, the guard, has everything but the tantalizing woman who changed the course of his life. Elise Midori ran a galaxy away to escape the man she loved but could never have. But it wasn’t far enough, thanks to a crash in Nocturne Falls and a crazy Druid high priestess intent on claiming him as her own. 

The Alien Who Fell to Earth
Pilot Holden Grigori is lost on an alien world, with no memory. A pretty woman claims she’s his wife and loves him. He’d do anything for her. Victoria Greene is sent to find the pilot and keep him safe as he recovers. Pretending to be his wife is not a hardship. Falling in love is even easier. But what happens when he gets his memories back and realizes that to him she is...no one.

©2018 Kristen Painter (P)2018 Kristen Painter

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Didn't work for me.

Probably a good teen story. Only fat forwarded through first story, but that was enough. Thanks,Kaye

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All the books were great!

I am glad I listened to this again. I could not remember which book Bubba and Astrid's story was in. All were wonderful.

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4 Tales of Love

I enjoy all of the love stories that take place in Nocturne Falls. This particular collection spins the yarn to weave 4 threads of love, same starting point, with interesting interactions to end in a lovely happily ever after...oh and a little black Spider too!

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It's the same story three times.

It's the same story from told three times from three different characters views. I gave up half way through the third book. Performance was great, but story was very lacking. I don't recommend.

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  • 09-01-20

Good but not as good.

***** On Roarke's integration of her characters into Painters world. With familiar locations, details and characters(who were even mostly in-character) it really felt like part of the series. ** For Roarke's character depiction and development. While most of the characters had interesting backstories the uncanny habit for her characters to meet and suddenly be unable to look at their precarious situations with any logic or really just look at their life changing situations at all, instead of looking into the romantic interests eyes, was disappointing. Also the fact that all three main female characters basically become swooning damsels in the arms of their men despite all being described as skilled warriors more than once was even more disappointing. The expansion and more complex story in the third book was a nice surprise and unfortunately probably the only reason I was able to get to the end. If you liked the original series, I'd say there is a good chance you'd like these. But they definitely didn't leave me hungry for more at the end.