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    Reverse Abduction by Eve Langlais

    Reverse Abduction by Eve Langlais Filled with humor, this sci-fi romance is engaging, and entertaining with a couple of hot and sexy interludes. A female warrior wanna-be escapes her mother’s clutches to find her destiny. Little does she know her destiny is a human. I liked Azteriya for her kick butt readiness. She wavered a bit on the confidence but pulled through in the end. Ditto Jedrik. A sample of the humor: Chapter 1 title heading “MANY GALACTIC ROTATIONS later (which for the humans reading stands for years)…”
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    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!

    A twist on our favorite purple aliens as we meet Azteriya, a Kulin lady who is not content to just be a baby making machine on Aressotle. She wants to be a warrior like the menfolk. Her father has always encouraged her training and desires, but once her mother puts her foot down, there is no hope for her going on an adventure. Or is there? Azteriya manages to stow away on the Attlus, with a tall and broad captain. She hasn’t seen anyone else on the ship, but then is caught by human Jedrek (said with a significant sneer). What is he doing here? Humans are barbarians at most, and food at least! The captain agrees to let her stay on board as long as she works with the human as a crew member – oh the shame! When a transaction goes wrong on another world, Azteriya gets to show her mettle and release her frustrations. After a glorious and successful battle, things go sideways. The captain isn’t all that he seems, and Jedrek needs healing. She finds herself reluctantly caring for him (ugh) and the feelings he ignites in her. They finally put aside their differences, just in time for her to be unwillingly returned to her family. Will love overcome the obstacles between them, or will she just accept her fate and choose a suitor from her own kind? Will Jedrek give her up readily, or will he channel his inner Earthling barbarian and go get his woman? I loved the strength in Azteriya, in not just giving up her dreams to meet her society’s norms. She longed for adventure, and she went for it. Now it’s not only the boys who get to play anymore!
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    Super Purple Girl

    This was a great and funny story. Azteriya was naive and stubborn. Her attitude and ideas of being superior to humans made her interactions with Jedrek funny and entertaining. Looking forward to more from this series. Loved it.
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