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Lord Elentinus may be one of the alien tyrants who has enslaved planet Earth, but he's shown his captive human bride Maritza nothing but kindness and compassion. She feels ready to yield to his formidable sexual desire.

©2013 Yamila Abraham (P)2016 Yamila Abraham

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Book two? really?

What would have made Alien's Bride Book Two better?

That there was no book two. This should not be a separate book!

What do you think your next listen will be?

Well. I now have to buy the last one don't I? since this one was nothing at all.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

The narrator was the best thing of the whole book.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Exasperation.

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Sensual and sexy

It's great to see the next book of this series out so fast! This continuing narration is as intriguing as it is steamy. Yamila's alien worlds are interesting and engagingly written, and the narration is wonderful. I hope the next comes out soon!

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anglo human girl gets kidnapped alien alpha male

Same old same old.. The alien man servant is in LOVE with his master is the reason he is mean to the earth girl.. That is the ONLY interesting part that might have been diverse enough to keep me reading.. Flip a coin.. There is nothing new but, it might be someone pleasure. Not mine.. sorry

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