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Alien Embrace (Clans of Kalquor #1) by Tracy St. John

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#Adult, #Erotic, #Romance, #Multi_Partners, #Science_Fiction

An Earth woman is claimed by an alien clan of three men, bringing their two worlds to the brink of war.

Amelia Ryan fled Earth’s fanatically religious government to live quietly among the aliens of Plasius. Her life of peace shatters when a three-man clan from the planet Kalquor kidnaps her and holds her prisoner.

With their people poised on the verge of extinction, the Kalquorians are determined to have Amelia for their mate. Amelia is equally determined to escape. But when her body thrills to the ruthless domination of her captors, she finds herself surrendering to desires she never imagined possible.

4 out of 5 (very good)

Right then, from the start I will say this is a Marmite book with some triggers. You will either love it or hate it, and if dubious consent isn't your thing, then you probably won't enjoy it. As for me, I thoroughly enjoyed it!

Amelia is living on another planet after leaving sexually repressed Earth behind. Now with any situation where sexual repression is rife, so is the 'dark' side - rape, abuse etc. Unfortunately, Amelia has been on the receiving end of long-term rape and it has affected how she views sex. When she comes face to face with a clan from Kalquor, they are everything that she shouldn't desire, but does. She excuses what they do to her as they 'made her do it', even when she wasn't. It is the only way she can enjoy herself without drowning in guilt.

The three men of the Clan are each individual, with their own strengths and talents. One thing that is the same for each of them, is the love and devotion they have for their Matara - in this case, Amelia.

This is Science Fiction Erotica and I got lost in their world. Whether it was the debauchery of Plasius, or the virility of the Kalquorian males, it just ticked the boxes. There is enough length for you to lose yourself in their worlds. Very well-written, and with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, Alien Embrace is a book to enjoy. Whether you love it or hate it, you will not be able to call it bland!

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *


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Born in a small town on the coast of North Carolina to strict parents, Tracy St. John started out as a quiet, shy child. She was typical for her small town: studying hard for good grades, fishing with her dad on Saturdays and attending church on Sundays. When adolescence kicked in, so did full-on rebellion. School, family and church fell by the wayside as Tracy partied too hard with the wrong people. Somehow surviving her wild-child phase, she pursued several careers before finally settling on video production and writing. A string of failed relationships prompted her to give up on love…which of course meant fate immediately tossed Mr. Right her way. After only 4 months of dating, she eloped with the love of her life. They just celebrated 14 years of wedded bliss. Prior to penning her first erotic novel ‘Alien Embrace’, Tracy wrote commercials, television and radio promos, and training films for various government entities. Tracy St. John now lives in coastal Georgia with her husband and son. She still enjoys fishing, and you’ll often find her haunting train museums with her locomotive-loving son. Besides writing, she also works in video production both in front of and behind the camera. She’s usually cast as the gun-toting bad gal, getting handcuffed in the end. She has no complaints.

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#Adult #Erotic #Romance #MultiplePartners #ScienceFiction #4Stars

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