Won by an Alien

Stolen by an Alien Series, Book 3
Series: Stolen by an Alien Series, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Romance, Science Fiction
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I was abducted by aliens.  

The aliens that I've been auctioned to don't speak my language, and I definitely can't speak theirs. I didn't expect to get married by accident to the sweet one. I didn't expect to have a grumpy alien bond to me and go a little crazy if other males get near me, or if I try to leave. It doesn't matter if they've won my heart. I can't stay.   

Somehow, I have to explain that I need to go home. Because the bad aliens that abducted me? They took me from my babies.  

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Amanda Milo (P)2019 Tantor

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Love it!

I have enjoyed each of the books in this series for different reasons, but this one takes the cake for making me laugh. Milo was able to put a nice spin into the Rhaki mind plus a new type of alien. Hamilton does an amazing job of bringing out each males personality. Even though the first 2 books had some hard subject matter this one will make you smile. If your looking for a feel good book with the same awesome aliens, give this one a try. It was a pleasant read with great characters.

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Worst one yet

The language barrier/miscommunication went on way too long. Like way too long! I hate nonstop inner monologues and that's what this book is. One long inner monologue in a few different POVs.

The fact that Brax treated her like a puppy and she'd actually cave in everytime was infuriating. Especially after a 5 minute monologue about how she's "not a puppy and I dont think so" immediately followed up with her coming to him after he pats his leg and whips out a treat. Like a literal dog. He snaps at her like a dog and she just does whatever hes gesturing for her to do. He literally carries around a box of treats to give her when she listens to him. I can't deal with a weak or stupid heroine and she's both. Her being willing to "do tricks" and "follow commands" for treats was absurd. I could maybe understand this is she were starving to death.. but she wasn't. It was just sweeter than what she was getting.

I also didn't feel any connection or bond between her and Brax aside from his chemical bond to her, there was nothing believable as to why she would've bonded or fallen in love with him. He literally treated her like a puppy. He was a good guy not some horrible villain, but he did nothing that would make a woman fall in love with him. This should've just been a story about her and Tac. That bond was believable. He gave us reasons to believe she could fall in love with him. I've read other trios/menage books that I fell absolutely in love with...this wasn't one of them. She's literally "given to him" while he's chained and acting psychotic and she.....falls asleep in his arms? After begging Tac not to leave her with him? Yeah, that's what any gal would do in that situation. The biggest issue with the menage was that not all 3 parties were in love. Tac essentially just tolerated it because he'd rather share her than lose her. That's just open cheating.

When she became convinced that not only was he able to understand that her stick was meant to convey she had kids, what planet she even came from, but that he was taking her home I about DNFd it. One thing that has annoyed me in every book in this series has been that the has written in these huge misunderstandings that aren't plausible. She held a stick. He gives her a bundle. And she believes that hes taking her back to Earth because of this?!? That's not even a partially understandable misunderstanding.

In summation this was one of the top 10 worst heroines I've ever read. She's physically forced to stay in a room with a male who's done nothing but treat her like shit and she snuggles and makes out with him. That pretty much sums up her stupidity and weakness. This isn't like the two where the rahkis protectiveness and hovering didn't feel smothering and unfair. The women had choices and actively chose to accept that. Brax literally forces her to stay in a room with him and she makes a token effort to get up and then immediately is just like okay. He holds her down to fucking lick her and she's just okay with it!!! It was so enraging. there's nothing more I hate than a weak heroine. This book could've been great in every other area and would've been a 1.5 star just because of how weak she was.

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Still Cute

This story was more tame compared to the second book. it's still rather exciting and interesting seeing the new world.