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  • Overcoming misconceptions

    This is one of those books that you find the best HEA once you make it past the beginning. With the confrontational attitude Belle wore like armor and the family who were less than supportive, I wasn’t sure the author and the Gods were going to lead these two characters to a HEA. But there was also more than a little bit of humor and sass and this fantastic guy that put up with everything to find the real Belle. The author did not disappoint either, she helped these two navigate all the interfaces and find the relationship they were both looking for making for a story book ending. I can’t wait to read the next book from this author, I’m sure it is going to be just as good.

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  • A great Langlais sci-fi romance romp!

    I’d had a migraine a couple of weeks ago, so I avoided screens and dove into romance novellas as a recovery activity, and “Mate Abduction” fit the bill to a tee. Eve Langlais (who is the mastermind behind Romancing the Capital) has a way with snarky, kickass heroines that I adore, and Clarabelle is no exception. And she’s definitely in a position where being a snarky, kickass heroine is going to come in handy, what with the whole abduction thing. See, back when she was on a class trip with a bunch of teenage misfit girls, Clarabelle’s whole trip worth of people were abducted by aliens. It was a whole thing, and they more of less landed on their feet with a race of Amazon-like aliens (who have beaks) who have since raised the kids more-or-less like their own, loving them in their own harsh way, but definitely with a heavy dose of warrior-training. Clarabelle is getting a bit older, though, and she’s sort of in the mood for y’know, some sexy times, and beaky amazon-like aliens aren’t going to cut it, so she asks (demands might be a better word) for a ship and a shot at finding more humans. Like, a boyfriend. Not just for her, but for all the girls. Going back to Earth isn’t an option—no one who has learned about alien races is allowed back at that particularly primitive planet—but other people must have been abducted, right? So Clarabelle begins her hunt for a very human male at the same time a really bronze, buff, and hunky (and okay, he has a tail) alien dude is out there looking for his own mate, and the local goddess has told him his mate isn’t on his own planet. They collide. He thinks it’s fate. She thinks a tail is too much. Hijinks and violence ensue. It’s all very Eve Langlais, and I chuckled and giggled my way through to the happy ending.

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  • Alien Romance

    I enjoyed reading this story since it was hinted to in one of the author's previous books. Clarabelle was an interesting female to fellow. Thyos was very patient. I loved their story.

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